Dimensional merge survival guide.
I’m not reading all that shit, Tommy.stay mad, believe lies, keep leaping to conclusions on insufficient data, live foolishly and die stupid, my bitches. The sooner , the better. These words very accurately describe the majority of you really dedicated toxic fans:
The word “obsequious” is used to describe someone who is almost pathetically eager to follow, obey, and serve. ... By the 1500s, however, the word had acquired its modern sense of being fawning and sycophantic, and it has decidedly negative connotations today.
The adjective sycophantic is perfect for describing someone who uses flattery to get what they want. ... Someone who's sycophantic goes overboard with compliments, usually to gain some kind of advantage.
Hive Mind - a notional entity consisting of a large number of people who share their knowledge or opinions with one another, regarded as producing either uncritical conformity or collective intelligence.
gratify or indulge (an immoral or distasteful desire, need, or habit or a person with such a desire, etc.).
"newspapers are pandering to people's baser instincts"
- abnormal interest and pleasure in feces and defecation.
Zoophilia is a paraphilia involving a sexual fixation on non-human animals. Bestiality is cross-species sexual activity between humans and non-human animals.
- sexual feelings directed toward children.
Fetishistic disorder refers to recurrent, intense sexual arousal from use of an inanimate object or from a very specific focus on a nongenital body part (or parts) that causes significant distress or functional impairment.
The state of being obsessed with someone or something.
Schadenfreude Dependence -- While some degree of schadenfreude is part of the normal continuum of human experience, frequent schadenfreude can indicate a mental health condition. People with personality diagnoses such as antisocial personality may delight in the pain of others and have little regard for others' well-being.
- an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person's mind.
- psychological tendency or sexual practice characterized by both sadism and masochism.
the practice of gaining sexual pleasure from watching others when they are naked or engaged in sexual activity.
"internet sites dedicated to the act of voyeurism"
- enjoyment from seeing the pain or distress of others.
Don't Project Your Feelings of Inadequacy Onto Others Why do we read the worst into what people say?
Self-loathing people (those who experience intense feelings of inadequacy) are characterized by intense negative thinking about themselves, in particular, their talents and abilities, their self-worth, and their ability to be loved. (As you may know, this is also commonly associated with depression, from which I am sure many such people suffer.) I've written here before about how hard it can be for someone who loves a self-loathing person to cope with this. Another thing that puts stress on such relationships is the self-loathing person's projection of the negative attitudes he feels towards himself onto what other people say to him.
It is a fact of language that it's vague—any statement can be interpreted an infinite number of ways, even when intonation and tone are taken into account. A seemingly innocuous statement like "isn't the sky blue today" can be taken a number of different ways depending on how a person chooses to hear it. It could be an expression of joy, a statement of appreciation for the beauty of nature, or a snide comment on the mood of the person to whom it is said ("What, are you implying I should be grateful for the refraction of the sun's rays through the atmosphere? Oh, thank you, Mr. Sky").
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