What's something you have seen that you wish you hadn't?
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I have something... maybe a bit more of substance than what some other people commented. When I was 19 (so roughly 8 years ago), my grandma died. I had been very close to her for my whole life and so it was a very sad thing to happen. She died of natural causes and at a respectable age of 84, so I could handle her death pretty well. I have grown up with tons of pets and thus I've learned at an early age that birth and death belong together... it's the circle of life. It's just what happens in nature that eventually, people die. My grandma had had a very nice life and her time had simply come. But of course I still missed her very much (I still do today sometimes).
Anyway, a week after her death, my family and all the relatives and my grandma's friends went to the funeral. Before the church service, my grandma was laid out in her open casket in an adjacent building. The idea was for everyone to walk past her and say goodbye. Because I belonged to the inner circle of the family, I was meant to do this as one of the first people while friends and other relatives waited outside in the sun. My mom (it was her mom) took me and my little sister by the hand and wanted to walk to the coffin. But somehow, I really, really didn't want to do this. I didn't want to go there because I didn't want to see my grandma's corpse. I can't really explain why I felt so strongly about it in that moment... my intuition just told me "don't do this". I tried to quietly protest and said to my mom that I don't feel comfortable and I want to go outside again. I said "it's okay if you wanna see her but I don't wanna see her". My mom was a little hurt since the loss was much harder for her as a direct child. And at the same time, my aunt who is a very resolute and strict woman heard me and said "what are you talking about? Of course you're gonna see her and say goodbye! Don't be disrespectful!" I didn't want to cause a stir at the funeral of their own mother and I also didn't want to appear impolite or disrespectful, so I finally gave in and went along. When we got to the casket, I suddenly understood my my intuition had told me before not to go there. The folks who had washed and clothed my grandma had done a very good job but she still looked... well, dead. Her face was suddenly really white with some strange blue marks, she looked stiff, her cheeks had sort of turned inside... it's hard to explain. I just really didn't like looking at her. The reason this bothers me nowadays is0
thats it? THATS IT?
you'd be in an asylum if you have seen some of the shit I've seen... and I've seen tons of people (idiots i call them) get pierced by bull horns... either from the being matadors or toreros in Mexico or the stupid bull run in spain... those are like... everyday shit... you don't want to see the things I've seen... very long list, each worse than then last.0
Wasn't careful. Stumbled on a website full of gore pictures.
No. Nope. I did not want to see any of that.
The type of people who look at that kind of stuff for fun deserve to be one of the victims in the pictures. So fucking messed up.0
my mum topless when i was about 8, it scarred me2
>Saw guy get anally stimulated by his disabled girlfriend's leg/stump.
>Saw a roughly 2 minute video of people shooting themselves in the head/jumping.
>Saw a guy put in a tyre and then the tyre was lit on fire.
>Saw a guy with his dick split in half insert a huge dildo into his... hole.
>You can probably guess where I saw these things from how I'm writing this :P0
My mom's dead body, my brother told me not to look outside his room (I was like 6, or 7 and he let me play with my toys, because he didn't want me to see her dead body) when my mom died, but aat some point I looked outside, and I saw her body on a strecher, and the immage is ingrained in my mind, and this was when I was like 6 or 7 years old0
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My parents having sex.0
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