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-Ph51-
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:21 PM
Frankly. :confused:
Someone terminally sick or someone you just hate?

martinailuv
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:22 PM
Yes but I didn't really mean it. :o I was just very angry cos they lied to me. :(

skanky~skanketta
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:23 PM
i dont know if this counts, but when my cousin died last year, i wished it was his brother instead.

AjdeNate!
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:29 PM
Yes, all the time. Some people shouldn't be allowed to contribute their stupidity and negativity in this world.

Kirt12255
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:34 PM
Yes, all the time. Some people shouldn't be allowed to contribute their stupidity and negativity in this world.

I agree but would never wish them dead, just spade and unable to breed;)

LostGlory
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:44 PM
No, why should I ????

If I dont like some one I just cut them out of my life.....why should I wish them death....

I've often wished some people were still alive for sure....I wish that all the time....

Wigglytuff
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:53 PM
no i just like hope really bad things happen to them... like that they have their identity stolen, or that their home is plagued by termites or rats or both... and so on...

Grohl
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:54 PM
I have wished several times in my life that my dad would be dead

daniela86
Mar 13th, 2006, 12:58 PM
I never wish someone died or something bad happened to someone but there are people for whom I wouldn't feel any pity even if they were tortured,rapped,killed or whatever.

pancake
Mar 13th, 2006, 01:01 PM
I hope my sister would die when she is annoying.
But she is annoying nearly all the time.

~ The Leopard ~
Mar 13th, 2006, 01:16 PM
I have a long "better dead" list. :)

pla
Mar 13th, 2006, 01:24 PM
Yes- one person. I feel guilty for wishing it but I can't help it. May be one day I would forgive.. who knows.

kabuki
Mar 13th, 2006, 01:33 PM
Watching someone you love die from cancer can certainly make you wish that it was all over for them.

Craigy
Mar 13th, 2006, 01:36 PM
No.

fifiricci
Mar 13th, 2006, 01:39 PM
This is gonna sound really shallow after the previous post, so I'm already sorry :o but when my boyfriend of 5 years dumped me because he'd shagged someone else while I was away on holiday (but only after I'd phoned him to cajole him along in doing the right thing, otherwise I'm not sure he would have got round to it :rolleyes: ), I really really really did want him to die and I would have happily made it happen. I feel slightly ashamed about that now (its quite a few years on lol), but at the time it was a very real emotion (which I attribute to my partially Italian blood :devil: ).

-Ph51-
Mar 13th, 2006, 02:26 PM
:)

stenen
Mar 13th, 2006, 02:35 PM
Normally I don't wish anyone to die but when someone very dear to me was in her last stages of cancer and was in a lot of pain I wished she'd die to skip all that agony. Of course I had mixed emotions about thinking the way I did; "how can I wish someone I love to die?" But considering she was going to die anyway I just wanted her to skip all that pain.

"Sluggy"
Mar 13th, 2006, 02:37 PM
YES, Actually there are times when i wished most people in the world would die. First it was just a perhaps one person, then it was a small group of people, then larger, then yes, i thought the world would be better if most people died, and I could then leave with a Woman and have a family. Is that such an unnatural wish? hehe.

"Sluggy"
Mar 13th, 2006, 02:42 PM
I have wished several times in my life that my dad would be dead

Dont worry, he will be soon enuf.

For any person is struggling with anger at someone there really are only 2 options. Stay and find a way to deal with it; or go somewhere where you have people who will understand your feelings. Obviously the 3rd answer is violence and that will only end up with you or the other person or third person getting hurt, penal reprecussions or worse. If its a family member, the anger and feelings, while understandable, may be very disruptive to other people and their families so just get the fuck out of there and lick your wounds and dont look back. Remember, your father really doesnt owe you all that much. He just caused your life, fed you (presumably) and if you dont like the way things are going by your early teens, you can always just pack your bags, book yourself in at the Y and get on with it already. :bounce:

ampers&
Mar 13th, 2006, 02:43 PM
yes...my grandmother after her 5th amputation.
i wanted her to stop suffering.

Hagar
Mar 13th, 2006, 03:13 PM
Dead is too easy.

There are some people on my black list who I would love to tie to a chair, with a tape on their mouth and then I would tell them everything I hate about him, without censoring myself. I would tell them that they are incredible losers, that I feel nothing but contempt for them and that in my eyes they are little worms who should crawl back under the rock they came from. I would also tell them that everyone else also knows they are low lives without any value.
I would go on until they would start crying and there's only one little heap of misery left of them.
Then I would release them in the wild world so that they can prove how as little heaps of misery they can survive there.

There. :devil:

Grohl
Mar 13th, 2006, 03:15 PM
Dont worry, he will be soon enuf.

For any person is struggling with anger at someone there really are only 2 options. Stay and find a way to deal with it; or go somewhere where you have people who will understand your feelings. Obviously the 3rd answer is violence and that will only end up with you or the other person or third person getting hurt, penal reprecussions or worse. If its a family member, the anger and feelings, while understandable, may be very disruptive to other people and their families so just get the fuck out of there and lick your wounds and dont look back. Remember, your father really doesnt owe you all that much. He just caused your life, fed you (presumably) and if you dont like the way things are going by your early teens, you can always just pack your bags, book yourself in at the Y and get on with it already. :bounce:
I moved on, I have no contact with him anymore, untill he decides to remember he has a daughter.
But he screw up my life big time, and with that the person that I've became.

"Sluggy"
Mar 13th, 2006, 03:19 PM
I moved on, I have no contact with him anymore, untill he decides to remember he has a daughter.
But he screw up my life big time, and with that the person that I've became.


I hear you. I think its sad when the older generation IN ANY WAY effects the outcome of the younger generation lives. Those who do not live by the "prime directive" (of no interference 'a la star trek') should be dealt with in time.

HOwever, maybe we need to make ourselves lists of the things that we CAN DO NOW:

1. have a slice of pizza;
2. Get a hug (best things in life are free)
3. Move to a new town
4. Enjoy a ballgame over a beer and chicken wings
5. Buy a shifty sailboat and just SAIL

We dont need to be on the rat race, if we are worn out, just step off. usually a timeout wont cost as much as you think if you budget, and might just prevent an all out breakdown. :)

Grohl
Mar 13th, 2006, 03:22 PM
I hear you. I think its sad when the older generation IN ANY WAY effects the outcome of the younger generation lives. Those who do not live by the "prime directive" (of no interference 'a la star trek') should be dealt with in time.

HOwever, maybe we need to make ourselves lists of the things that we CAN DO NOW:

1. have a slice of pizza;
2. Get a hug (best things in life are free)
3. Move to a new town
4. Enjoy a ballgame over a beer and chicken wings
5. Buy a shifty sailboat and just SAIL

We dont need to be on the rat race, if we are worn out, just step off. usually a timeout wont cost as much as you think if you budget, and might just prevent an all out breakdown. :)
true!
a time out every once and a while can help a lot!

moby
Mar 13th, 2006, 03:54 PM
Yes. Myself.

bw2082
Mar 13th, 2006, 03:55 PM
yes but they still all post here :tape:

smiler
Mar 13th, 2006, 03:59 PM
Nope never -if someone hurts me that bad I just don't ever look at them or speak again -they cease to exist for me. Only 2 people have ever made me act this way and I still miss one of them to this day, it hurts to not have her around but nearly three years I'm still angry when I think of what she done, mind you an apology would go a long way towards forgiveness..., I'm still waiting. :tape:

Euthanasia is a different issue.

harloo
Mar 13th, 2006, 04:12 PM
I wouldn't say wished but I was relieved that my uncle's battle with Aids was finally over. He depended on me for everything and dealing with his sickness put my life on hold for a while. He didn't want anyone else helping him, not his sisters or anyone(he was holding a grudge against them). :sad:

I feel bad for thinking this now because when he was well he treated me like a son. It's funny because after all I helped him he didn't leave me a damn thing when he died. Both of his money hungry daughters got the estate even though they had no association with him for years leading up to his death.

:sad:

meyerpl
Mar 13th, 2006, 04:18 PM
I have, but only out of compassion.

fifiricci
Mar 13th, 2006, 04:26 PM
yes but they still all post here :tape:

:lol:

No Name Face
Mar 13th, 2006, 04:36 PM
yes but they still all post here :tape:

:haha:
yeah, honestly i don't really wish death upon anyone...but i do hope some people (especially here) don't ever procreate.

saniafan2005
Mar 13th, 2006, 05:38 PM
I always thought of helping some people to die, who are terminally ill or psycologically ill and are a big problem to their relatives...

Maryamator
Mar 13th, 2006, 05:52 PM
no, actually i dont like loosing anyone even my enemy.. i dont want anyone to suffer even on the news sometimes i hear this person died and stuff i really get hurt from the inside and i cant help it.. i never even want anything bad to happen to anyone.

©@®eLess
Mar 13th, 2006, 06:05 PM
there is an old lady in the building making hell out of my life. She has cats and dogs and she lets them on hallway and they do their "stuff" infront everyone's doors. We called people to collect those animals, but she has "connections" She keeps calling police everytime someone puts music a bit louder, goes to court with half of building. Basicaly everyone hate her and hope she'll die soon. It like Ben Stiler's movie "Duplex" but much much worse and pervered granny!

-Ph51-
Mar 13th, 2006, 06:56 PM
I never wish someone died or something bad happened to someone but there are people for whom I wouldn't feel any pity even if they were tortured,rapped,killed or whatever.
sadist :devil:

tennislover
Mar 13th, 2006, 07:00 PM
no

Dawn Marie
Mar 13th, 2006, 07:37 PM
Of course. I work with terminal patients all the time. When they die you become sad because you miss them but seeing them become pain free is a joyous release for them and for me. Alot of times when they are miserable and painful yet their calling hasn't come just quite yet, I wish and pray their death.

Helen Lawson
Mar 13th, 2006, 07:51 PM
This sounds awful, but there is one very wealthy person in my family, and sometimes in the past when I was short of money or up against a wall, I have thought that if this person croaked, I'd be on Easy Street and not ever have any wants financially ever again. But I have never wished they were dead, though, admittedly, I have thought about how different my life would be in the event of their death.

Kart
Mar 13th, 2006, 08:24 PM
No but I've sometimes hoped people I've known were dying would do so sooner rather than later for their own sake.