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    Angry I'm living with a class A-1 sociopath!

    I'm going to be more miserable than usual now that I realize that I'm living with a class A-1 SOCIOPATH! I've known that this "person" was a sociopath for years, but the level of this "person's" sociopathic behavior was far worse than I originally suspected. I guess that's what I get for living in this evil parallel universe!


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    What happened? And why do you live with a sociopath!?

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    Don't tell me. He uses Craigslist.

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    Actually...he might BE Craig...

    How about some specific details, OP, so we can all make fun of him/her?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
    Actually...he might BE Craig...
    ?
    HEY...??!!

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    LOL, that's just who I was thinking of!!!

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    Buy this book, then beat him around the head with it.

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    Either try to help them or move out.

    It's that fucking simple.

    Unless you intend to create some context for discussion, this thread is also entirely sociopathic.

    Please indulge us with the particulars as to how or why your house-mate is a sociopath, and if so, why you feel making a thread about it would be beneficial to any party.

    As it stands, this is just unsubstantiated whining from someone who is buthurt because their housemate stopped caring about their constant whining. Forgive my cynical appraisal, I'm just playing the odds. The other likely scenario is that you have recently been diagnosed as a sociopath and are looking to gauge public perception, and in which case, if the diagnosis is correct, i couldn't offend you even if i tried. And those are my optimistic interpretations of your post. FUCK. I am literally biting my tongue right now.

    ...Sorry, I'm feeling a little bit sociopathic myself tonight. I'm usually not so FUCKING ANGRY.

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    Wow, look at that, it's not like me to disregard objectivity so blatantly.
    I actually think you're using 'sociopath' to describe social skills like someone might use 'retard' to describe athletic ability. But if i knew that for sure, this post would be far more hostile.
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    What if he's referring to his other self. you know the one who talks back when looking in a mirror.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyDevil View Post
    What if he's referring to his other self. you know the one who talks back when looking in a mirror.
    Or logs into his other account & posts.
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    Yeah...this thread is useless.

    ...so here's a few BobTheAngryFlower strips:
    I'm living with a class A-1 sociopath!

    I'm living with a class A-1 sociopath!

    I'm living with a class A-1 sociopath!

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    timelike01...man, every time i see a post made by you i cant help it that Craigslist is involve in all of this....at least draw the picture of the sociopath or something...or maybe draw him using craigslist....


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    In other news, Earthworm Jim was one of the best games for the SNES.


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    Wasn't the 'sociopath' term effectively retired and replaced by psychopath? Or, antisocial personality disorder as they like to say nowadays.

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    Oh my god,
    Earth worm Jim was so good.

    Even my Mum played them games.

    Also.

    Timelike01: Please, remove either your mentally unstable friend, or yourself from where ever you live- make a sketchbook and start posting art like the rest of us. Atleast then it'll feel a little less like you're a spammer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karma militia View Post
    In other news, Earthworm Jim was one of the best games for the SNES.

    You mean, more generally, the 16 bit era, or more specifically, the Genesis.

    On topic, are they a scorpio?

    (Points to whomever gets the joke.)

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    Oh no.

    I think-

    Is that about that thread that was talking about how people with the scoropio sign are meant to be sadistic sociopaths?

    Wait, just googled it and the first definition I found was this.

    You Scorpios can use your stinger for self-defense, using your powerful emotional awareness to render your opponent harmless. But there is a sexual component of poisonous tail also, and until Scorpio learns to control those strong urges, Scorpio may find yourself in uncomfortable situations.
    His room mate might be poisinous, sexual deviant as well as a sociopath.
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    Erm... I'm a scorpio *shakes fist at star signs*

    This is kind of cool...
    (no special effects used, only 'normal' effects)


    I declare this thread derailed. Anyone want to play 'Six degrees of Kevin Bacon'?

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    "Erm... I'm a scorpio *shakes fist at star signs*"

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    You guys are lucky, I just checked mine and it rambled about being 'rich in nutrience'

    the most nutrient rich. Because of the constant change, Cancer have developed a hard outer shell for protection. Cancer can use the hard outer shell of your home as your protection. But it's more than just that. Typically, your sensitive Cancer can hold your feelings quietly behind your own walls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
    Wanna have deviant poisonous sex inside a nuclear reactor?
    ...That actually sounds like fun. *shakes fist again*
    (Radscopions ftw)

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    Does this mean I have a delicious creamy center but a hard, bitter exterior?
    *slowly grins*

    Hmm, sure could use a distraction...
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    I'm living with a class A-1 SOCIOPATH!
    Maybe it's you?
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    Baron Impossible pretty much put this thread on a crazy train.

    And I think the OP is actually too scared to respond now. He's probably thinking we are all sociopaths now.

    Sociopaths with paintbrushes.

    Sociopaths with POINTY paintbrushes. O_o'

    Edit: Oh wait, I just realized what his previous posts were about. Lol.

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    Let me guess, he lives in the little room you can see through the window over your bathroom sink, and mocks you by doing everything you do and repeating everything you say, right?

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    I've been wondering...is it physically possible to drown somebody in tube-consistency oil paint?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
    I've been wondering...is it physically possible to drown somebody in tube-consistency oil paint?
    Only if you squeeze it directly up their nose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
    I've been wondering...is it physically possible to drown somebody in tube-consistency oil paint?
    Hm, very intresting question. I think it's all a matter of quantity and cash...
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    Quote Originally Posted by velderia View Post

    Edit: Oh wait, I just realized what his previous posts were about. Lol.
    And that he never responds in any of them.

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    Was it craiglist where someone requested sex while playing Mario Bros 3 or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slothboy3000 View Post
    Was it craiglist where someone requested sex while playing Mario Bros 3 or something?
    I thought that was a perfectly normal thing to ask your partner.

    It's the ones that ask to play frogger which are the weirdos.

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