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 No.196808

I just want to know a bit about wizards and cruelty

>were you generally a cruel child?

>are you a cruel person now?
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?

 No.196809

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>were you generally a cruel child?
No I respected living things and kept to myself
>are you a cruel person now?
I'm sure in one or more senses. I do my trollin' and rollin' but I don't set out to ruin any one person's day.
>are you kind to animals?
I take care of animals smaller than me and enjoy their company. I trap house mice and let them go outside
>are you vegetarian/vegan?
No, I eat mostly animal products and I hunt for meat
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person?
No. I (believe I) can recognize other peoples' emotions and determine if how they feel is justified, but I refuse to involve myself in their healing process. Everyone is accountable for how they themselves feel about anything.
>Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
Yes. I believe some species, breeds, and races are cruel by nature, and if they're not a necessary part of the foodchain or their contributions to goodness can be substituted by a non-cruel animal, then they should be contained or eliminated.

Pic is of me

 No.196810

I’ve never sought to inflict harm or suffering on others but I am very cold and indifferent to the suffering of others.

 No.196819

>were you generally a cruel child?
No.
>are you a cruel person now?
Yes, most people would consider me so. But I think they are just hypocrites.
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
Not a vegetarian/vegan but I'm kind to animals. Once I killed a bunny as a child (wasn't deliberate, I did it in sudden rage), I hit it with a stick hard and it got semi-paralyzed. Then my father forced me as a punishment to help skin it and such. I had to dig a hole for its intestines and bones and etc. After that I felt shit so I swore to be kind to animals since then. I only hurt them if they are bugs, rats, etc so if they are harmful to my way of life in some way.
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
I have more empathy than others. Meaning that I can understand even people like serial killers and psychopaths or other people who are generally seen as monsters by society. But I don't let my empathy get in the way of doing what needs to be done. I know extreme empathy and pity only lead to self-destruction so I do whatever I need to do for the sake of self-preservation.

I think about what it's like for people/animals who experience disaster, illnesses, poverty, violence, extreme pain lots of times. When it comes to humans I enjoy their suffering though. Whenever I see on the news some horrible incident, like people burning alive in a house I get a smile on my face. It cheers me up and makes my day. Schadenfreude is a nice way to enjoy life, certainly. I love hearing about russians bombing ukranian civilians, especially wymen and children, another example. I think a healthy amount of cruelty makes the world much more fun and interesting.

If you are always absorbed in your own sentimental feelings of pity and whatnot then you will be a depressed wreck only. It's better to learn how to enjoy suffering. It absolutely helped me to regain my vitality, I can recommend it. It's important to make a distinction. "This is me, my life, I have my own problems. There is nothing wrong with enjoying their misfortune and giggling about it." Anyone who claims to be concerned about all the suffering in the world comes off as a pretentious and hypocrite faggot.

 No.196820

I was never cruel, I’m not cruel, I am vegetarian. Yes I have empathy problems and hate how cruel the world is. I’m also mentally I’ll and in my opinion very few people these days want the world to be a kind place, anger and hatred is all these dudes know.

 No.196827

>>196808
op here

>were you generally a cruel child?

Physically, no. I was a bit emotionally callous in hindsight.

>are you a cruel person now?

No. I'm very sensitive.

>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?

Yes on all fronts.

>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?

I'm bothered by suffering but I'm not empathetic.

 No.196874

Okay, OP.

>>were you generally a cruel child?

No, not really. I had some weird outbursts of complete apathy that would lead to me being weirdly mean to people sometimes, but nobody values me enough to care how I treat them anyway.
>>are you a cruel person now?
Nah. Blunt, I guess. I don't come off as inviting, but i'd never go out of my way to harm someone else.
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
I guess? Being locked in my hikkineet dungeon, I don't interact with many animals that aren't my cats. Also, yes i'm vegan.
>>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
Yeah, most of the time. Again, I still get bursts of complete apathy, and it can be hard for me to emphasise with people who are complete dickheads, but this world really makes me sick. The mere existence of people like Junko Furuta, or the fact that china skins racoon dogs alive is enough to make me want this entire system of life gone immediately. Nothing could be worth that kind of suffering. Literally nothing.

 No.196877


>were you generally a cruel child?

no. i would physically torment people some because i was bored in school, but i never seriously injured somebody or verbally harassed anybody to tears etc.
i guess i was mean to my brother, but it wasn't any worse or better than how most others treat their siblings. i just didn't want him around mostly.
>are you a cruel person now?
no. i would describe myself as barely existing. i speak in neutral terms to my mother and neither help nor hurt her.
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
i haven't eaten beef since 2016, cows are my favorite animal. i don't consume the meat of any herbivorous animal. sheep and goat aren't exactly common in USA, so it comes natural to avoid eating them.
i do still eat chicken and pig as i consider them predatory rapist retards who eat babies. it's only herbivorous animals i feel sympathy towards.
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
i think i have BPD. i can feel all the horrors of the world physically in my chest and it hurts all day. i wish the world would just be destroyed so nobody has to hurt anymore.

 No.196882

>>196874
you can't be vegan and own a cat

 No.196884

>>196882
It's not my cat. It's my mums. I just live with her.
>you can't be vegan and own a cat
I generally agree, yeah. I'd say the exception is if you adopt a cat from a rescue shelter or something.

 No.196890


 No.196901

>>196890
cats are obligate carnivores so you'd have to buy pet food, leading you to support the meat industry

 No.196904

>>196901
>cats are obligate carnivores so you'd have to buy pet food, leading you to support the meat industry
Ah, that's actually not as straightforward as you'd think. I'll admit I don't know much about cat nutrition, but from what I understand, it's the taurine in meat which is essential to cats, and there are vegan alternative cat foods which supplement it. In fact, when meat is processed for commercial meat foods the natural taurine is broken down and synthesized taurine is added anyway. Still, I personally wouldn't try putting a cat on a vegan diet unless I researched this alot more. I'm not particularly confident it's safe, but i'm not sure it isn't either.

 No.196907

>>196901
Taurine obviously isn't the only nutrient cats need that is found in meat, mind you. There's a bunch of others, not least of all the high protein contents.

 No.196908

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Cats are omnivores. They need plant material and the sugars within to properly digest and hydrate. Cats yearn to go outside just to chew grass and indoor Catgrass is a staple of any cat respecter's house. Grass is the only absolute in arid and arctic environments where small cats com from.

 No.197379

>were you generally a cruel child?
no, i was the opposite, far too empathetic and it didn't benefit me at all
>are you a cruel person now?
i don't go out of my way to cause pain unto others, but i don't concern myself with the problems of others too deeply
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
not particularly, no
>196808
i consider myself to be an empathetic person by nature, but i have come to be of the opinion that empathy is too heavy of a weight to carry in a world that is as full of cruelty as this one is, therefore in recent years i have made efforts to remove any trace of empathy towards real beings from my mind, trying to become sort of an ethical sociopath, i only allow myself to feel those feelings for fictional characters from the media that i enjoy

 No.197388

>>196808
these wiz monkeys are very cute.

 No.197406

>were you generally a cruel child?
Not cruel, I had empathy but did not understand others, so the empathy wasn't translated into kind action. Call it an apathy through ignorance.
>are you a cruel person now?
Merely selfish and hypocritical like everyone else. I have noticable traces of sadism but it's all outweighed by caring.
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
Yes and I wish I could be, I have a diet issue and working towards cutting meat out of it is taking me longer than I'd like. One day.
> >would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
Yes and yes. Strongly so. For myself I merely seek the resolution of being in pain, but I feel a deeper justice towards the harm that befalls others. I hold contempt for being out of love for people and animals. I witness innocence violated and people arguing in the defense of the violation. No worthwhile moral thought can come from the unempathetic. They lack the foresight to see what morality actually is for in the bigger picture.

 No.197423

>>196808
When I was 10 or so I visited my grandma in the village every weekend. At one point her cow had birthed a calf and somehow i really came to hate it for no reason. It was around 4-6 months old, not an adult but not a helpless little creature anymore. I hated it for some reason. I can't explain it, i was very autistic as a child. I took a big club and beat it every time i was there for about two months or so. It was horrible for the calf. Child cruelty? I don't know, after a year or so remembering that actions brought great shame and regret, I've never done anything more terrible than that and I am sorry for that outburst. Little cow, you didn't deserve that. I am living trash.
Also I killed my hamster around that time as well. It bit me and I killed it by smashing it to the ground. Children are fucked up little beasts.

 No.197430

>>197423
> I took a big club and beat it every time i was there for about two months or so. It was horrible for the calf. Child cruelty? I don't know
Yes, that is highly fucked up. Not normal at all

>Also I killed my hamster around that time as well. It bit me and I killed it by smashing it to the ground.

What the fuck

 No.197469

>>197430
It is, but it was like that for a few months and then I began to regret being such a cruel dickhead, never repeating that shit again.

 No.197470

I don't feel sorry for that monkey that monkey is crying for itself. It is crying because it's hopes have died in it progeny. I guess it knows no better.

 No.197840

>>196808
I've been having violent power fantasies for years now. It's out of character for me. I was never a violent child. I think it's because of the feeling of the lack of power/control in my own life. This powerlessness causes me to imagine a fantastical situation in which I gain status or power to change my life trajectory. It usually involves revolution or civil war.

I would be fine if I could just get some NEETBUX.

 No.197894

Really can't say I have a cruel bone in my body. I'm bitter and callous, but I just don't want to involve myself with humans. The cruelty I show is primarily about convince others to stay away so I can do things I enjoy. I hate having to do this, because despite the bitterness and every reason I should despise humanity, I like people enough to wish that the world wasn't like this. I wouldn't say I'm an empathic freak or that I want the utopian world where no one ever suffers, but we can clearly do better than this, and we should do better if we want anything good to continue.

I guess some of my habits come off as creepy, though. I get off on the idea of corrupting people and invading their brains. Even here though, I don't do that because of cruelty or a desire to see people suffer or fool them. I want to be the friendliest mind controller, someone who others would want to brainwash them. Unfortunately, that would require me to be good at it, which I am not; and there are certain realities about control that make me unsuitable for it. Doing it the other way where I submit to others will never work - I'm too stubborn and they don't want to deal with me.

 No.198528

>read about horrific tragedy on the news
>"good"

Anyone else? My mind immediately rejoices when I read about tragedy striking innocent people.

 No.198529

>>198528
I usually shrug, because I know the real scale and capacity for violence. So when 1 or 2 fags are killed dancing, it's like who cares?

 No.198616

>were you generally a cruel child?
No. I was too naive in general. Had no malice on my mind.

>are you a cruel person now?

I'm not. I defend myself if someone fucks with me, and I go to great lengths to avoid confrontations.

>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?

The only meat I eat is seafood, I abstain from land meat, 80% of my meals are vegetarian.

>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person?

Yes.

>Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?

It does, but I've grown insensible to cruelty. I can see any cruelty and I can't get any shocked.

 No.198617

>>197840
Have you ever tried 8 Stages of Death meditation? It's kind of similar, and may dampen the violent fantasies somewhat. Good luck.

 No.198618

>>198528
I relate to this. Whenever I see news about mass killings, I start laughing.

 No.198630

I am not proud of this
>were you generally a cruel child?
Up to 7-8 yo yes, to both weaker kids and animals. Then I think I could change with the help of my parents.
>are you a cruel person now?
No.
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
When I was a kid, I used to torture animals and burn ants and snails with magnifying glass. I am not cruel anymore, but am not a vegetarian either.
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
No

 No.198642

No
No
Yes, no
Dunno, don't focus on anyone else

 No.198644

I have a dark side. Darker than most men. It's from fetal testosterone.

 No.198646

>>196808
>were you generally a cruel child?
Way too kind for my own good, I remember accidentally crushing a few ants when I was around 8, and feeling immense sorrow and guilt. I wondered for weeks/months why god didn't punish me for it, and even felt I should be punished.
>are you a cruel person now?
I hate the vast majority of people and wouldn't mind if they died terrible deaths, though despite this I never do things that might harm others, even when there is no possibility of being caught.
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
I would say I am, though I've always had an immense instinctive disgust towards all monkeys. I've never gone vegan and I never plan to.
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
It can bother me. If I were to see somebody I dislike suffer I wouldn't mind in the slightest, or I may even feel very good about it. On the other hand, if for example I were to see ryona of an anime succubus I don't know, I would be irritated, and if it were an anime succubus that I do know, whose source material I have gone through, then I may even be visibly raging for half an hour from just that single image.

 No.198647

>>196808
>>are you a cruel person now?
Only to normalfags.
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person?
Yes.
Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
Only if victim non-normalfag and non zealot like sjws or religious cunts, i don't feel bad for them.

 No.198650

>>196808
>were you generally a cruel child?
Yes
>are you a cruel person now?
Yes
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
I'm kind to pets, No
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
Yes, Yes

 No.198659

>were you generally a cruel child?
no

>are you a cruel person now?

no

>are you kind to animals?

yeah, although i don't own any because im irresponsible and lazy

>are you vegetarian/vegan?

no

>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person?

no. i understand the feelings of others perfectly fine, but i dont share in them like a succubus. i see a person crying but can offer no comfort to them, my brain is only able to think in terms of problem solving. i think "instead of crying about X, you should be thinking of how to solve the problem of X". i see their emotions, and the only emotion stirred inside me is annoyance

>Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?

if im sitting around and someone starts kicking a dog or bullying someone else right next to me, yeah it is bothersome

 No.198660

>>198659
> i see a person crying but can offer no comfort to them, my brain is only able to think in terms of problem solving.
lacking empathy

 No.198661

>>198660
>empathy

It is just the ability to imagine oneself being in a similiar life situation as someone else, theorize what they are feeling right now. It is not some gay ass womanly 'its gonna be okay', muh big sad for you, don't cry sweety shit

 No.198663

>>198661
no its real and its when u feel someones experiences.

 No.198781

>>198661
That is one aspect of empathy, but empathy also includes actually having an emotional response. Wikipedia says these are two major components

 No.198789

>were you generally a cruel child?
Yes because I would go along with bullying to not be a target
>are you a cruel person now?
I try not to be
>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?
I have a cat and he'd probably have a much better life somewhere else
I want to be vegetarian but only if the food is tasty but I'm too lazy to learn how to cook
>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?
Yes and deeply but I try to ignore it

 No.198866

>>196808
>were you generally a cruel child?
No, but I used to be slightly more indifferent, especially about the insects, because I didn't perceive them as being truly alive. I remember tearing off the limbs off a grass hopper, but this and similar things I did were out of curiosity and not because of sadism.

>are you a cruel person now?

Not at all, I even avoid hurting insects if possible.

>are you kind to animals? are you vegetarian/vegan?

Yes, but I don't go out of my way to help animals. I'm not vegetarian but I used to be for a few years during my teens.

>would you consider yourself to be an empathetic person? Does the occurrence of cruelty bother you, even if you aren't the victim?

Yes. But, I also learned to not let it affect me because there are a lot of horrible things happening every second, about which I can't do anything.



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