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  1. Meet you guys on the moon?


    #374632012-08-26 01:50:42 *T-man said:

    I just came to the eye opening conclusion that nobody ever really leaves you. the ones you love the ones you care for and keep dear are always with you in so many unbeileveable ways its so amazing

    One of our loved ones died a a lifetime ago because he took his life

    And today we had a celebration in his honor and cleaned up the community and had a party he was a really great guy

    And just moments ago it was like he came back to us in oneway or another like all of the saddness in his passing was reborn and this night because of a song that one of his best friends wrote for him

    asking him to meet him on the moon when he gets his pair of wings

    it was the most beautiful song I have ever heard

    And everyone cried it was really sad but it was the atmosphere of the saddness that brought us together it made him feel at home

    makes me feel warm and happy like I cant wait to die just to go

    hahaha I have never thought so fondly of death before

    I just wanted to share with you guys because I care about you all of you and wouldnt it be fun

  2. #375352012-08-26 18:47:24SENsei said:

    One of our loved ones died a a lifetime ago because he took his life

    Looks like that guy lacked a MIND OF STEEL.

    @T-man the time on earth we have is not to be wasted my time will come though and when it does I just want to welcome it

    Did the dead guy who lacked a MIND OF STEEL possess your body to make that post?

  3. #375622012-08-26 21:35:42Kuin said:

    God dammit people, why can't you just enjoy this for what it is and not go picking through it in hopes of finding something to complain about?

  4. #375672012-08-26 22:53:03SENsei said:

    @Kuin: You're right; let me sit back and enjoy this thread that amalgamates things that don't make sense with more things that don't really make sense. In fact, I'll parse all of the great lines in the OP:

    I just came to the eye opening conclusion that nobody ever really leaves you.

    Yeah, that's what I felt after I watched The Grudge too.

    the ones you love the ones you care for and keep dear are always with you in so many unbeileveable ways its so amazing

    Yeah, it's amazing how they could fit an entire person into an urn to put up on your living room shelf.

    One of our loved ones died a a lifetime ago because he took his life

    Already addressed this

    And today we had a celebration in his honor and cleaned up the community and had a party he was a really great guy

    Nothing says great guy like a party to celebrate his death. Y'ALL GON' MAKE ME LOSE MY MIND, UP IN HERE, UP IN HERE.

    And just moments ago it was like he came back to us in oneway or another like all of the saddness in his passing was reborn and this night because of a song that one of his best friends wrote for him

    We should meet up and exchange drugs.

    asking him to meet him on the moon when he gets his pair of wings

    Throw a bird into space with a mini-helmet to supply it air, see if it can fly.

    it was the most beautiful song I have ever heard

    You obviously do not know the beauty of HTT.

    And everyone cried it was really sad but it was the atmosphere of the saddness that brought us together it made him feel at home

    Sad-that-a-guy-we-knew-died sex is great.

    makes me feel warm and happy like I cant wait to die just to go

    IT'S FUNNY BECAUSE DEATH IS COLD AND MORBID.

    hahaha I have never thought so fondly of death before

    Hahaha, I've never thought so fondly of never having sex again either, because that's what death is.

    I just wanted to share with you guys because I care about you all of you and wouldnt it be fun

    How SENtimental of you.

  5. #376112012-08-27 06:39:42 *SENsei said:

    @Kuin: I apologize for not having sympathy for someone that committed suicide. It seems that life was too hard for them and I should feel more compassion. :(

    On the other hand, I have overcome all adversity that's come my way, and have made all obstacles in my life figuratively and literally prostrate themselves before me. I also smack bitches around and sell drugs to elementary school children.

    You are truly one naïve individual, 俺の友よ.

  6. #376162012-08-27 07:33:26 *Mau said:

    This whole thread is worrying me, even more so the people who post in it. But yeah, Death is nothing to anticipate.

  7. #376182012-08-27 08:25:15Kuin said:

    @Sensei Perhaps I am naive, but even so, I will not stand by while someone nitpicks and pokes fun at someone else's heartfelt sentiment.

    For you fail to even understand why I speak out, for it's not about the individual who committed suicide, it's about the one who wrote this. Frankly I don't have the slightest clue what they're actually talking about, but I'm not so blind that I can't see that they care deeply about it. You, on the other hand, either don't see it and blindly make your jokes, or you can but do it anyway. In which case, I repeat, you truly are one pathetic individual.

    Regardless, there's no point in furthering this argument of sorts, for we have already turned this thread into yet another petty dispute.

    @T-man I'm sorry we ruined your thread, you have my deepest apologies.

  8. #376192012-08-27 08:35:01Kuin said:

    On an added note, I do not condone suicide. But I do understand that some people just can't handle what life has to throw at them, regardless of the severity of it. I personally had someone very close to me that choose that path, and while it's hard to understand and accept exactly why they did it, one must come to understand that they had their reasons, and that it was their choice to make.

    On the other note, I see nothing wrong with anticipating death per se, so long as it doesn't obscure you view in life. As I can understand wanted to know the mysteries beyond death, so long as you remember that there are also many in life as well.

  9. #376212012-08-27 09:34:36 *SENsei said:

    EDIT: I like Acostoss's post at the bottom of this one. I'm too fucking great, too fucking great, I say. o/

    @Kuin:

    For you fail to even understand why I speak out, for it's not about the individual who committed suicide, it's about the one who wrote this.

    I understand you're trying to speak out for T-Man; I just want to point out I don't give a shit, so I decided to poke at him anyhow, because that made me give a shit about the thread.

    Perhaps I am naive, but even so, I will not stand by while someone nitpicks and pokes fun at someone else's heartfelt sentiment.

    Ahahaha, I get it, because you were either sitting or lying down while you typed that. Nice.

    Frankly I don't have the slightest clue what they're actually talking about

    Wut.

    You, on the other hand, either don't see it and blindly make your jokes, or you can but do it anyway. In which case, I repeat, you truly are one pathetic individual.

    It's the latter of the first two cases. Likewise, I find you pathetic for speaking out on behalf of what I classify as retarded, so we be at an impasse yo. And If being pathetic is synonymous with not being able to sympathize with suicidal individual or their thread-making friend, then yeah, I guess so. The world pities me for being one of the few people that doesn't perpetually see a building and think about jumping off of it. I guess it takes some courage to off yourself. But, I liked making that post, and I like making this post. Even if someone calls me pathetic, I take whatever actions please me; I'm sure it's the same with you. That's a privilege of being alive.

    I personally had someone very close to me that choose that path, and while it's hard to understand and accept exactly why they did it, one must come to understand that they had their reasons, and that it was their choice to make.

    I hope you meet them on the moon with your wings then (lol because wings work their intended purpose in space). I accept that they made their choice, but I'll kick dirt on them nonetheless. They can have their choice, and I'm fine with them having their choice, but know that I'll also try to shoot down that choice even after they make it as much as possible. I'm like Voltaire of the 21st century, except 日本人.

    On the other note, I see nothing wrong with anticipating death per se, so long as it doesn't obscure you view in life. As I can understand wanted to know the mysteries beyond death, so long as you remember that there are also many in life as well.

    What the fuckity fuck fuck fuck? Everyone anticipates death; no one thinks "well what if I were to raise up the moment I die and get another chance" unless they've got some Phoenix Down on them, in which case, share. But looking forward to death is another fucking thing entirely and undoubtedly will obscure your view on life, whether that's good or bad is up to subjective reasoning, but it's probably bad. :V


    http://i.imgur.com/LxGlQ.png

    Unless it was suicide via ramming a TSF into a BETA hive to ensure the future of mankind, then those that committed suicide had a pointless death.