I want death to come to me. Don't say

I want death to come to me. Don't say some stupid s***,or call me "emo" or something. I just see no point in the act of life.

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  • I feel the same. We are all basically just killing time waiting for the inevitable day we die, become dirt and are totally forgotten.

  • SHUT THE F*** UP, I HOPE YOU GROW A V***** ON YOUR FACE AND IT GETS RAPED.

    ^^ the person who wrote this needs to be drowned. immediately, if not sooner.

  • Don't be such a wuss! You're pathetic for waiting for death to come to you. Go out and seek it, living each day dangerously!
    Or just top yourself and stop the whining.

  • I used to feel like you do.
    Then I allowed my eyes to open up and see life for what it was. Life isn't about being pretty or popular or rich, it's about being a good person and doing what makes you happy. It's about loving and being loved... and knowing that those people will always have your back. Life can be fun if you let yourself experience it.

  • Don't worry you will die. Someday we will all die. But life does have a purpose. Just find yours before you die.

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  • 'shut the f*** up..' ...real mature. What are you, like thirteen?

  • life doesnt have a point....thats the point you make your own way and if you dont understand that and just sit there like a slum and think all this s*** is suppose to happen to you and life is suppose to be so great you do need to die cause this world is already so full of ungrateful m************ that make everyone else who is trying to make a point in there life p***** off so shut the f*** up and get a life or just kill yourself!

  • You will. Just be patient. Life is cyclical, and while it may be bad now, it will inevitably be good later.

  • ^^ SHUT THE F*** UP, I HOPE YOU GROW A V***** ON YOUR FACE AND IT GETS RAPED.

  • You stupid, selfish person. Try living with someone who is dying, then you might understand. You make me sick.

  • I know how that feels. I used to have schizophrenia my entire senior year in high school. I lost all my friends and even my identity and when I was lucid enough to realize what was happening, I wanted to die, and tried to , many times. Luckily that passed for me, and 3 years later, I'm no longer having symptoms of schizophrenia and I moved on and found purpose and happiness. Things change unexpectedly.

  • Me too. It's lame. I hope, every night when I fall asleep, that my house will catch fire and I won't notice.

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