Yup.. myself, a long time ago.
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Yes, those who say no are likely lying. 20% of males admit to frequently thinking about murder, 70% occasionally.~10-15% of females frequently, ~60% occasionallyThat is despite socially desirable answering too. So the vast majority of people at least occasionally think about it.
Would you mind taking this test? https://personality-testing.info/tests/LSRP.php you can inbox me your results. I just want to see your results
The Result :You have completed the Levenson Self-Report Psychopathy Scale. The LSRP measures two scales. Scores range from 1 (low) to 5 (high). Your score from primary psychopathy has been calculated as 1. Primary psychopathy is the affective aspects of psychopathy; a lack of empathy for other people and tolerance for antisocial orientations. Your score from secondary psychopathy has been calculated as 3.9. Secondary psychopathy is the antisocial aspects of psychopathy; rule breaking and a lack of effort towards socially rewarded behavior. With two scores, results of the LSRP are very suitable for being plotted. Below is the distribution of how other people who have taken this test have scored. You score for primary psychopathy was higher than 0% of people who have taken this test. You score for secondary psychopathy was higher than 93.62% of people who have taken this test.
What does it tell about me?
Meh you're not psychotic. It shows that you have normal emotions and aren't very prone to impulsive or antisocial behavior
Sometimes when I'm angry, I think that for a second, but then I'm like "woah. You don't actually /mean/ that. Calm down."
YOU NEED HELP DUDE! YOU ARE 14 AND THINK LIKE THAT. I MEAN YOU WANT TO KILL SOMEONE EVERY DAY? WOW
Yes, I Do
I don't usually want to kill people, but when I do, it is because they wrote wan't twice :) #spreadingthelove
I wouldn't kill someone but if I was in a situation I didn't wanna be in were a person might touch my in a unconfertable way like say they if they put both there hands on my boobs or one hand then I'd punch them for that or if was being bullied I would try and stick up for myself
No! Never!I may want to punch someone and perhaps chuck a brick across a room at someone but I'd never actually do it.
I'm a normal person, so no. I don't want to kill anybody.
It's normal to think about killing. That is just biology. Even looking at chimpanzees, they go off and kill members of other groups at random. As we had a common ancestor it also would make sense for this to be present in us. It is true that violence is being "weeded out" of us but those primal instincts are still present. As indicated by the study I showed above.
I'm sorry, but I don't agree. I totally understand that maybe you come from a rough childhood and you want to take your anger out, but wanting to kill someone all the time isn't normal. And I don't believe we have a common evolutionary ancestor with chimpanzees either.
I think just having the thought about it is normal, but not a constant urge to want to kill someone.
If you meant everyday sure, that is abnormal. However, occasionally... very common. Why don't you think we have a common ancestor?
Because I'm a Christian and believe that God made humans. I'm sorry, I really don't mean to offend you if I did.
I'm not offended... I don't know why you'd think that. You do know though that evolution is pretty much fact. Even most christians believe in god-facillitated evolution (that's the official catholic stance). But if you need instances from the bible to show that we are inherently violent just look at cain and abel. First two brothers on face of the earth (if you take the creation story literally, which again most don't) one killed the other. So there's really no way around our violent roots. We can merely understand them and attempt to work past them
I've made a few people angry on this site because of my beliefs, so I just wanted to get it across that I'm not trying to offend anyone here at all.I don't believe in evolution because the Bible states that we are made in the image of God, and I do take the creation story literally.I agree with you about our violent roots. Those thoughts are normal, especially when a person is angered or had been done wrong.
Then why did you say "I'm a normal person, so no. I don't want to kill anybody." If you take the creation story then do you believe that there is an ocean above us? The bible states "6 And God said, “Let there be a vault between the waters to separate water from water.” 7 So God made the vault and separated the water under the vault from the water above it. And it was so. 8 God called the vault “sky.” And there was evening, and there was morning—the second day." (genesis 1) This makes sense from a stone age point of view. (Q.) "Why is the sky and the ocean blue?" (A) "Because they are both made of the same stuff." We obviously now know that is flawed though.
I didn't realize how how retarded and hurtful it could potentially sound. A mistake on my part.Check out this link: https://www.gotquestions.org/firmament-Bible.html
Check this out too: https://creationwiki.org/Isaac_Newton_quotes
I wouldn't say it was retarded, it just was just in-congruent. Did you read that first link? It just makes baseless claims, like that there was an ocean above us "water canopy". Which we obviously know isn't the case. What Isaac Newton says about god is irrelevant. That's called the appeal to authority logical fallacy. (Basically saying believe me because this person says this baseless statement.) He was raised in christianity and was frankly incredibly ignorant (by today's standards) about the workings of the earth. He didn't know about evolution etc.
Yea a couple of people.
Sure, why not?
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