GREED? ✔️ the newly increased tiers PRIDE? ✔️ can NEVER admit she’s wrong SLOTH? ✔️ lazier than a mountain LUST? ✔️ drooling at the mouth at naders ugly ass 😂 WRATH? ✔️ pick any rage stream ENVY? ✔️ calling other women names for things she doesn’t have but wants GLUTTONY? ✔️✔️✔️ do I really have to explain this one???
What do you think is the worst one you’ve seen Chinny embody?
I’ve read Terry Pratchett’s Mort and Reaper Man etc. and I was looking for more books that focus on death as a person/the grim reaper. I’ve also read scythe which was interesting and along the same lines. I was wondering if there were any other books that personify death/the grim reaper in this way. Books about hell/the afterlife that aren’t heavily based in religion are welcome too!
Like for example, I have two watches, whenever I wear one over another, I get worried that what if the other watch feels sad that I didn't pick it? Am I okay, do I need to get a therapist lol?
Edit: wow thanks for all the wholesome comments and awards. I thought I was just being stupid, but now I feel strangely warm inside! Thanks a lot!
I'll start: The habs are the guy who was the football captain in high school, but got screwed over by a bad injury and went undrafted. He still plays football, hoping he can one day be as good as he used to be.
I actually just discovered doesn't happen with all and that it has a namw
It's been 5 years since I went NC with my DNA donors. Every day I get a new insight.
-take what you love, care about, or desire away from you
-use taking the aforementioned as a threat
-bereate, belittle, or shame you for it
-not allow it just because you want it
I've realized a few things:
First, it's a way for them to control your emotions and feel in control. If they have a clear pathway to make you feel sad, they'll feel a sense of relief and composure when things work out for them exactly how they intended them to.
Second, getting what you want threatens their status. When you're happy, they're reminded of their smallness.
Third, as I mentioned in the title, wanting personifies you. It makes you seem human. Being wanted means you are the object of the sentence. Literally. If someone wants you, "someone" is the subject and YOU are the object of the sentence.
You doing the wanting turns you into the subject.
That's scary for a narc. You caring about something means you might be a person.
Think about someone being passionate about a skill or a hobby; it's impossible not to see someone as human when they're in that vibe.
Being a person means the narc might have to feel bad about abusing you.
It's easier to shame you for caring about anything or anyone.
To anyone out of the loop, the Dark Multiverse is a fairly recent concept introduced in DC Comic's Dark Knights Metal event, which hosts worlds realizing every fear and bad decision ever made by the heroes - choices are made that are so divergent - and so WRONG - that the worlds themselves eventually fracture and die in the darkness. Happy and ending don't go together here.
So my said friend has the general idea of the plot, but is struggling to come up with interesting counterparts that reflect Naruto's greatest fears. I've tossed some ideas his way, but we're both stumped. Any suggestions?
I know that the personification of sequences is a thing (cutlery, days, months), but I've never seen anyone who has a finger story. Anyone else have this?
Mine is pretty dramatic, involving a failed marriage and two half-siblings discovering each other and becoming friends.
Idk man, the relationship Between Eddie Brock and the Symbiote just really spoke to me on a deep level. I could really relate to that chaotic voice in the head that Venom was to Eddie. And how Venom amplified all of Eddie’s emotions s. Also, is just me or did other relate to how Venom was basically a little child that needed so much validation but also felt like he was the most powerful thing around? That sort of fragile and distorted self image, and chaotic and anxious self talk that Venom constantly spoke to Eddie. For me it was super relatable. I came away feeling like the movie was about the shadow self, trauma, and self love, and I think the themes held up really well through out the film.
Someone on this subreddit mentioned that the Simpsons totally exemplified Argentinian society, which blew my mind. Sounds like the Simpsons are pretty popular throughout Latin America (correct me if I’m wrong), so I’m curious if there are any particular episodes that resonate for people here.
Just to be clear, I've never posted on Reddit before until now.
This character, and Murray Bartlet's portrayal of him, is among the most accurate depictions of a person in this line of work as I've ever seen. I know it's a satire and it seems almost cartoonish but having to act as a completely happy, genial, supportive, understanding host, which ironically beats your soul out of you every day that you're doing it, honestly made him a tragic character even in the very beginning.
Imagine dealing with people like Shane but every day and it's a different person with different, absurd, irrational demands. Most people are not like this but when you deal with different people every day you still get them, and you have no choice. You might even love your job if it means giving people the best experience that you can possibly do and you can also be really good at it, yet nothing is good enough.
I loved every side story of the show but his was a standout for me for personal reasons, and I think Murray pulled off the quiet rage that a lot of people in this line of work have. That's all.
The Babadook is one example I already know. Looking for good examples where the monster/hororr is a personification of the evil. Not looking for a possession of any sort. Thanks!
If you could describe your mental illness in terms of a single humanoid drawing, what would it look like?
For those who want more info, I'm doing an art project at school, and my topic is mental illness. Obviously I don't have every mental illness in the world so I'd like to broaden the range of experiences I can talk about. No names or profiles or anything will be included, just anonymous quotes.
if you had to personify debt - make it into a cartoon element that could talk what would you make it?
think - “the debt monster” but not:)
I’ve read Terry Pratchett’s books and I absolutely love his personification of Death in books like Mort and Reaper Man. I am now looking for more books that personify death/the grim reaper. I have read other books like Scythe that are similar but don’t hold that same element of fantasy. Honestly any book recs about death/grim reaper/afterlife/hell would be appreciated!