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Eeyore ## Admin ## 12/10/14(Sun)22:41 No. 1 ID: 8ff395 [Reply] [Last 50 posts] Stickied
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Yep, this is an actual board. Congratulations to you.. you sad, lonely individuals. I think the best way to describe this board is to just copy paste the post that inspired it's trip on to /777/:
"There's too much happiness on this site already. We need more cold stuff, more darkness and unhappiness.
I propose a /grim/ board. Where we gather to share jokes that aren't funny. Grim stuff like gore perhaps. Murder stories. Genocide. Results of war. Pictures of areas in the dark. Pictures of crumbling ruins. Pictures of thing that are decreasing in value or are stagnant in value in the sense that they cannot get any more undesired. Also, Nigrachan is obligatory."

Lets have a minor tweak of the rules from the /777/, version. This board is not for gore. Gore posters will be banned. It's just for generally miserable shit, just go with the stuff that is in the above quote and you should be fine. Any further rules will be made up as we go along if necessary and will be added to this post.

Go Wild.

To request future /777/s use this thread.


New Admin post 30th Sept, 2013.


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Eeyore 19/01/01(Tue)17:45 No. 5987 ID: 082d19

>>5986
Half-baked nazi nihilism is half-baked, and belongs in /phi/.

We can't "fully" accept reality because it is in fact subjective. At the highest level, this is demonstrated by how different points of view render the same facts and observations into very different conclusions (it is not always the case that one point of view is correct and the others are delusional; sometimes multiple conclusions are possible). At the lowest level, none of our senses are perfect or complete in their perception of what we consider to be reality; everything humanity has ever known is subject to the perversion of mind. On a metaphysical level, there are no distinct objective or subjective realities--anything we can imagine is possible, even if we lack the understanding, evolution or technology to achieve it when we frst have the idea.




Eeyore 18/12/15(Sat)16:08 No. 5974 ID: f5bf25 [Reply]
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what made you quit cigarettes?


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Eeyore 18/12/15(Sat)19:24 No. 5977 ID: ab9af7
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>>5974
I was deathly ill for a few weeks; coughing up blood pieces of my lungs with a high fever and barely able to breathe. For two weeks I couldn't smoke, and then I developed taste aversion afterward. I think this was a clear sign that my body was done with tobacco.

Pic related, the cloves I used to smoke.


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Eeyore 19/01/18(Fri)20:54 No. 6000 ID: 614c3f

Smoking almost completely detroyed my nose nerves, which gave me phantosmia. Now my olfactory sense only detcts very strong smells and olfactory hallucinations, which is mostly the smell of smoke, not cigarrete smoke, but the smoke of burning a tire.


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Eeyore 19/01/18(Fri)20:55 No. 6001 ID: 614c3f

>>6000

Forgot to say, I don't smoke anyomre.




Death Eeyore 17/03/05(Sun)02:56 No. 5326 ID: 9c4b9c [Reply]
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All shall fall. We are all going to die someday. Each and every one of us. How does that make you feel?


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Eeyore 18/11/28(Wed)06:14 No. 5954 ID: 3b98a1

>>5326
I was considering kms lately, so I guess 'm ooay about it.
It's not like there's much to lose anyway


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Eeyore 19/01/16(Wed)06:55 No. 5998 ID: 3b9bb5

>>5334
Tell me your name Anon. I'll make my best effort to remember it.


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Eeyore 19/01/16(Wed)06:55 No. 5999 ID: 3b9bb5

>>5334
Tell me your name Anon. I'll make my best effort to remember it.




Eeyore 16/02/23(Tue)17:34 No. 4771 ID: 31485d [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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Talk about your crush and why you won't be together.


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Eeyore 19/01/05(Sat)04:26 No. 5991 ID: 88576f

The girl I'm smitten with is happily in a relationship. We're still good friends and I'm not a piece of shit, so hopefully it'll stay that way without issue. I heard the song "Peach Scone" by Hobo Johnson for the first time the other day, it really captures the experience of being in this position I think.

The girl I'm talking to now is exhibiting all the red flags that stopped me from trying with girls in the past. I'm forcing myself to keep going in an attempt to break down old insecurities, but I'm terribly afraid that at the end of the day the only thing I'm going to find out is that I was right all along, and that all I did by not listening to my gut was wasting time.


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Eeyore 19/01/09(Wed)05:27 No. 5995 ID: 909724

>>5979

Thanks..me too.
She's everything I've ever wanted in a woman. And she's gone now. Probably killing myself soon, tbh.


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Eeyore 19/01/11(Fri)19:20 No. 5997 ID: 769f2a

I loved him. He realized and took advantage of me. I didn’t want that, I wanted him to like me back. To have feelings too. I was wrong. I should have known better.




Eeyore 17/07/18(Tue)16:24 No. 5467 ID: b91ae0 [Reply]
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Everyone we know and love dies, but y'all already knew that.

Tell me of the ones you've lost and how they died.


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Eeyore 18/12/13(Thu)22:57 No. 5971 ID: 59d81a

>>5956
We all know it, it's just easier to get distracted from it as time goes on.


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Eeyore 19/01/07(Mon)05:52 No. 5992 ID: 81c4d7

>>5467
I've lost too many to care anymore so i'll just keep it to the interesting ones.

my cousin died from a combination of leukemia and a host vs graft disease. the interesting part was i was the best blood type match for her and they said my blood would give her her best odds of living a cancer free life. well as you can guess by the name of the second disease, turns out my blood ended up being what killed her. i was in the room with her as she died and will never forget the look she had in her blood filled eyes. no horror movie can make me uneasy after seeing that, especially because it made me feel like I killed her even.

my uncle died in a motorcycle accident in which he was flung off his bike and was impaled and sliced open by a stop sign. he lived long enough for the emt crew to get to the scene and put him in the ambulance. he died only moments later from blood loss.

had another uncle who died in a gas explosion and looked like skywalker's unlce owen.

had a girlfriend shoot herself in front of me after we had a huge fight about weather or not I was a real man. her last words before she pulled the trigger were "A real man would have pulled the gun away from me and not worry about getting shot"

last one i think is of some interest was a friend of mine who hung himself because he was gay and i rejected him after he opened up to me and ask me if i would fuck him. i felt so bad for that because as fate would have i discovered later in life that i am bisexual.


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Eeyore 19/01/09(Wed)05:28 No. 5996 ID: 909724

>>5971

Yeah..perhaps you're right.
He just wasn't having it, I suppose.
Sometimes it angers me, that he did that.
Sometimes I envy him, for no longer having to be in pain.




yet another depressive + advice seeking thread Eeyore 18/10/16(Tue)05:30 No. 5919 ID: cbd5fc [Reply]
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everyone I know around my age (20) is out there either
-enjoying life
-working
-studying
and yet here I am as a stupid unemployed and worthless sperg without prospect in life. I dunno what to study. employers just shrug me off. tried uni for a year and quit it. studied meme short-and-free courses of computer repair and object-oriented-programming that are as useless as me.
I don't like anything. I don't know anything. dealing with people is hard, frustrating, annoying and unfullfilling. every entry-level job I can possibly acquire requires dealing with people, one of my biggest weaknesses. I got bounced from fucking mcdonalds, goddamit.

I should've stayed in that technical high school as a kid. I would have made better friends. I would've learn to socialize better. I would have a better chance at getting a job. I would've learn useful stuff.

I'm just filled with despair and hatred towards myself. I have violent thoughts. I want to take it out on someone. I wanna improve, but I'm lost. give me a hand. I need it. please.

I'm so lost. I'm not exactly sure of what do I want to do, and I have no idea of how to do it. it sucks to be a 20yo manchildren crybaby. being unable to be independent hurts like hell. I wish I was a man instead of a stupid lost kid in a forest who needs mommy and can't fend off by himself.


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Eeyore 19/01/07(Mon)13:46 No. 5993 ID: 72aebe

Same here i know your pain.

Everyone around me is pushing me and no one understands me...
Get a job, get married etc. like that will help im just an useless meat walking around this pathetic city of mine.I would commit suicide but i can't im too affraid of the pain


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Eeyore 19/01/09(Wed)04:41 No. 5994 ID: ea7463

Try pizza delivery. I started at Domino's and ended up getting a class A CDL to continue avoiding people for the majority of my work-time. There's lots of easier class B jobs out there too.

Word of warning. You will not enjoy life. This will not make you happy, but if you budget & invest correctly you could retire a multi-millionaire. I'm able to put over 3 grand in a mutual fund each month with this job, and I still have money left over. I've currently got 66k in the bank at 22 years old and no debt thanks to my decision to avoid college.

>>5993
Nobody tells me that because they know I don't have anyone I could get married to. ;-;




Comfort Eeyore 17/07/18(Tue)18:24 No. 5468 ID: 7e3d01 [Reply]
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Reading about suicide methods and making plans is very comforting and calming for me when I'm really upset. It helps a lot to know that there's always a way out.

Going out for a walk and a cigarette is also nice.

What do you do when you're upset?


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Eeyore 18/12/27(Thu)21:40 No. 5985 ID: 02fc9c

I usually stare at my shower rod wondering if it's worth it or not

Writing suicide notes helps calm me down too, not that any of them or real but it's nice to get thoughts and feelings down on paper


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Eeyore 19/01/02(Wed)19:22 No. 5988 ID: cbeffc

I do drugs, listen to sad music, break things etc. Tried reading once, but when I'm upset my anxiety gets skyrocketed, therefore I can't read


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Eeyore 19/01/03(Thu)17:37 No. 5990 ID: 082d19

>>5985
I once wrote this whole expositon on the rhetorical construction of suicide notes, six pages long.

It probably served, inadvertently, as a bit of self-therapy, but was very much intended to serve as a genuine guide for writers looking to stay young forever, citing notable examples and drawing on Aristotle's Poetics.

For the tl;dr version: It's not what you say, but how you say it. Your note can be as short as a single word or double as your last will and testament--but it will contribute to whatever feelings your suicide imparts on those you leave behind, and should best be written in a way that avoids misinterpretation and, if applicable, maximizes dramatic effect.




Happiness MushroomMan 18/07/11(Wed)13:11 No. 5848 ID: 708d53 [Reply]
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Grim, remember how you once had a career goal? Let us know about how you destroyed your dream job. What shitty job do you work now?


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Eeyore 18/11/30(Fri)20:14 No. 5964 ID: 56a14e

I haven't even started to pursue a career yet and that is the problems for I have wasted my adolescence and most of my early twenties and as things look I dont think that I will be able to enjoy life before I am the age where most people start to settle down.


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Eeyore 18/12/01(Sat)20:45 No. 5965 ID: 69f2f6

I'd always wanted to be an artist. It's something that always filled me with a great sense of fulfillment and joy like "this is what I was meant to do." However, I felt I wasn't good enough to get into the industry, especially when I'd compare my amateur work to that of the much more accomplished pros. I was also concerned if I went to art school, that I'd end up homeless/impoverished and with a lot of student debt. So I joined the marines. I thought that would be cool. It wasn't really. Not in a "it sucked way" but just another droll experience to put under my belt. When I got out, I had very briefly flirted again with the idea of going to art school, but I quickly put it out of mind for the same reasons as before and even more so since I was older. So I decided to enroll in a flight school. On the side I work as an aviation mechanic and I'm close to getting all my ratings for that. Now the military, flying, maintaining ...it all sounds cool right? Maybe it's cool to bring up in conversation, like a "oh what do you do for work?" kinda thing. But for me, when I'm climbing up above the clouds, I don't feel anything. No special spark. Nothing. Certainly not like the things I felt when I was drawing or painting. It's just another monotonous routine. One of many I will continue until I eventually die.


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Eeyore 18/12/19(Wed)16:50 No. 5981 ID: 75f577

>>5965
the thing about being an artist for a living is that a portfolio is a thousand times more important than a degree. i was a semester in uni for an art degree and i was astounded at the number of people who studies at other art schools (respectable ones too) before coming to the same class and not being able to draw. imo, you can pick up art through online lessons and forums, and you can go to a class. and when you go to see your client, he will prefer the person who knows how to draw over the person who has a fancy shmancy art degree




Eeyore 18/05/08(Tue)02:04 No. 5799 ID: 618796 [Reply]
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Hello /grim/

I've been visiting here since January of this year. I can't help but feel lost, alone, and depressed all through this world thats blowing itself to hell. I have a huge dislike of the material normie world we see all around us.

And I don't know what to do how to deal with this pain and anger.


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Eeyore 18/12/12(Wed)20:25 No. 5969 ID: f317f6

>>5917
Thanks for the recommendation, anon.


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Eeyore 18/12/12(Wed)20:32 No. 5970 ID: f317f6

It's OP, been a month since I responded here but I wanted to say I'm doing better now, I still have my downs here and there but I feel like a new man, fellow anons.


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Eeyore 18/12/14(Fri)08:09 No. 5973 ID: edadd0

>>5970
Good to hear, man. It can be rough, and it's a royal fucking pain to stay positive at times. Make sure you focus on yourself and your enjoyment - not only in spare time, but your career, too. Do things that make you happy.

Cheers!




Where are you from and where do you live at present? Ariel 18/10/24(Wed)20:07 No. 5928 ID: cb7a05 [Reply]
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Hi guys.
What country do you come from and where do you live now?
I was born in Romania and moved to Italy when I was 13.


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Eeyore 18/11/19(Mon)16:30 No. 5942 ID: 39d68e

>>5928
That's cool, I'm italian myself.
How do you find it here?


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Eeyore 18/11/26(Mon)03:45 No. 5952 ID: 2958f4

I'm from Paraguay


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Eeyore 18/11/28(Wed)23:22 No. 5962 ID: f3b35f

>>5928
also born in romania, still am in romania. where were you born, how old are you now and why did you move?




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