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No. 382 [Reply]

Fuck MBTI, fuck horoscopes, which level of hell would you be on if you suddenly found yourself in it right now? Be honest.
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No.384

>>382
lust

No.385

Do masturbation count as being lustful? If not I'll probably be in the limbo.

No.386

>>385
I'd say as long as you don't have a debilitating addiction to it you'd be fine, considering it's a normal thing a lot of people do.

No.387

>>386
Yeah no, most people are going to hell.

No.390

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Wonder how this would apply when you used ancient theology/culture instead of modern day interpretations of the 7 sins.
A quote straight out of the horses mouth about the bizarre older version of gluttony; "The inordinate concupiscence may be considered in two ways. First, with regard to the food consumed: and thus, as regards the substance or species of food a man seeks "sumptuous" – i.e. costly food; as regards its quality, he seeks food prepared too nicely – i.e. "daintily"; and as regards quantity, he exceeds by eating "too much." Secondly, the inordinate concupiscence is considered as to the consumption of food: either because one forestalls the proper time for eating, which is to eat "hastily," or one fails to observe the due manner of eating, by eating "greedily." ~ St. Thomas Aquinas
Liking overly fancy food is a sin, unrelated, but the desert fathers thought eating more than water and bread was gluttony!, along with eating it wrong, so it's a lot more nuanced than "Eat a lot= bad" or "fat= bad", if you read on the cultural history of the 7 sins obesity actually didn't represent gluttony until later Christianity (Fat: A Cultural History of the Stuff of Life). Forgot the source, but some christian scholars also believed gluttony to be the root of all sins.
I'd say I'm wrath



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No. 106 [Reply]

They half-shamed, soon mourning,
crept resignedly but not rustling
your moonlit body.

Beauteous skies
silvered with drippings of star-dust,
a world mortal without palpable matters.

Restrung skin, dripping.
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No.110

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A fragment we tore,
sweet & carefully.


Shrieks.

By fireflies,
something elderly embodies
your alien language,
a bloody-lettered theme.

Her ghost: a fellow suggestion.

No.111

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A blurred wedding, Father blessing.

Exceptions: normal.
We're empty.
Found watching shadows, waiting.

Suddenly, a sharpness and drenched breaths.

Into the body, a hand ruining all inside.

No.235

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Yet I, in black surface, soft brilliance,
ashamed of memories, tremble in truth,
the space bringing to light
burnt laws on mortal inmates.

No.388

What is this?

No.389

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The awful sight, eating everything.
It doesn't stop for you or me.
It continues to devour everything in it's path.

Painful as you look on at it eating your loved one.
They cry out in agony as you stand still.
You look at it in the face as it draws near.

Darkness! Darkness! Darkness for eternity!
You're gone from this world.



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No. 1 [Reply]

What are some of your irrational fears, /sp/?

I used to have an intense phobia of clowns. It's been phased out many, many years ago, but it was absolutely brutal for a little while to even catch a glimpse of anything clown-related. My cousins had this dome covering for a ceiling light with an image of a cartoon clown and I couldn't even be in that room unless it was taken down.

I was just horribly spooked by clowns for whatever reason.
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No.364

>>362
so dont get vaxxed ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
after reading event 201 i think thats the best way anyways

No.365

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>>364
sadly i have no choice lol, I'm a minor so my parents will force me to regardless of my fear. plus its the right thing to do
also, what happened to 201? cant find it

No.377

>>365
>plus its the right thing to do also

WRONG.

No.378

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Dogs, emphasis on pit bulls. This is due to the people in my state not leashing their dogs meaning multiple times in my childhood I was dashed at by big dogs with no owner in sight. My parents managed to drag me inside or their owners came before anything serious happened, but it always spooked me. I think the most traumatic was when I was walking with my parents and a dog escaped it's distracted owner. My dad had to drag me circles around the dog, so it wouldn't get me until the owner called back his 'harmless' dog. Another fucked up memory was a dog who managed to climb his dog house meaning he was high enough to jump his fence any time. I could go on with neglectful owner stories. Pit bulls became the main fear because they were the biggest and fastest dogs in my state any big/fast dog scares me too, but I don't have enough experience for it to be reflexive. The only dogs I can stand at first sight are mid sized, they were the least aggressive, to tiny, literally can't hurt you.
So far it hasn't affected my life in a serious way. I am more wary around dogs, wont approach to pet if their is an owner, unleashed with owner I switch paths, no owner in sight I call animal control, and get paranoid being outside to long after a dog ran at me. Main problem I see is when I start dating I'll have to explain why 'owns or wants to own a dogs' is a deal breaker.
I don't think I'll ever treat it because my fear is a rational response to the shitty dog owners of my area. It's better to have a phobia then be mauled to death

No.381

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>>378
God I get this. Pits are so damn terrifying and if you ever express your fear to anyone they're just like "NaNnY dOg" or "NoT mY pIt".



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No. 302 [Reply]

ITT: We discuss about horror manga series we like.

Starting with the timeless classic.
https://nyaa.si/view/1234985 - Uzumaki - Junji Ito.

I'll be posting some of my favorites from him and other manga artists, feel free to post your favs too.
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No.368

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misumisou/liverleaf/hepatica nobilis is a manga about a girl who gets bullied at school but sucks it up for the sake of her family, until one day everything goes wrong. now shes fighting for her life…against her own classmates. its honestly a favorite of mine as the protagonist is MASSIVELY relatable to my past, but it needs some tws so ill put them in spoilers here: one character was accused of trying to rape a young girl, LOTS OF GORE IN EVERY WAY IMAGINABLE, lots of puke, child abuse, abusive relationships, fire, graphic images of people burning alive, dead animals, the whole 9 yards i know the artstyle might look wacky but its very effective for the story…just trust it, okay?

this link should work. https://mangaowl.net/single/23480/misumisou

there's a live action film of it too that u can find online, the gore was a bit cheap but the acting was good and they used an alternate ending that was beautiful.

No.370

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Domu by Katsuhiro Otomo

A foretaste of Akira maybe? Well he did a pretty good job an I liked it a lot.

No.379

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>>368
I binge read it and it was pretty good. I do have to say if you're looking for a realistic story it might be over the top torture porn, but on the other side if you're used to the over the top nature of revenge stories it's a good down to earth narrative.
The most depressing was the cyclical nature of it all. Most of the kids bullied her because they were bullied themselves or had their own dreams crushed. Along with that the MC's end of finding the one person who understands her and rushing into a relationship, but realizing they're abusive way to late was depressing relatable for my HS. the whole thing about being stuck in a small town with nothing to do and going insane was something I felt too, albeit I lived in a way bigger town. Poverty being a big root of all the issues and not unexplained sadomachism was also an interesting take

No.380

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Reading fourteen, same guy as drifting class room, and it's just a mindfuck. It's not even in good it's just borderline comedy, even though it was meant to be horror. If you want to know how wild this manga is in the first 40 chapters an evil sentient chicken is born, then green babies, then an ai attacks, a virus capable of killing all humanity is revealed, and an American names their child "America". This is all tied together by the most confused environmental message I've ever seen. I feel the bizarreness wasn't intended, but instead "I have to publish another chapter with a cliffhanger gotta make some bullshit up"



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No. 369 [Reply]

I'm something of a horror buff. Ever since I was young I've been obsessed with the movies, games, books, etc. I wanna talk about some films that frighten. Let's keep this on the more unknown side.

I'll start with 1BR. I'm skeptical of any Netflix film but holy shit, this one got me.

Sarah wants to escape her dysfunctional family. She moves to LA and attends an open house for an apartment. It's perfect, quiet, and unbelievably friendly.
Too friendly. This apartment wanted her. It's not gonna let her go.
It might sound cheesy, but it's spooky and the ending will make your blood run cold.
Anyways, tell me about a horror film you like!

No.372

I'm not sure why I love Jacob's Ladder that much, but I consider my favorite horror movie, possibly my favorite movie of all time. Haven't watched the remake because I'm scared it will ruin everything I like about the original. Also there's 1989's Society, if you want to be in a good mood with some fun body horror.

No.373

the void and the ritual were both great and very underappreciated. the ritual is neat because it keeps you from seeing the monster until the very end so don't google it if you want to be kept guessing.

No.374

>>372
agree with jacob's ladder. there's something so ethereal and dreamlike about the atmosphere but at the same time the last act feels just as terrifyingly real as it does surreal. and the final twist of it all being a drug-induced psychosis is the icing on the cake as far as making the whole nightmare totally possible to happen to you.



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No. 345 [Reply]

Let's share spooky artists and paintings. This one is from Salvator Rosa. A lot of his work are in the same vein as this one in regards of color and illumination.

No.346

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Someone on another thread posted a Zdzisław Beksiński painting, and I'm a big fan of him, so I thought of making this thread.

Here's a painting by that artist.

No.347

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No.371

>>345
bump



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No. 112 [Reply]

Boy, was I just spooked! I was taking a nightwalk, when my neighbor called out my name, asking if it was me! I said yep and hurried home.
He probably thinks I'm a creepy weirdo. Then again, I guess I am, huh?
When was the last time you were spooked?
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No.221

I kept getting paranoid the other night after smoking some dabs. Kept thinking I was hearing someone trying to get inside but then realized it was the wind.

No.317

I got spooked just about an hour ago while I was taking out the trash. I ended up I guess accidentally stepping on a mouse as I heard something sqeak, I freaked out. Next thing I know a cat out of nowhere grabs it and scurries off with it in it's mouth. Just kind of a strange odd experience. I was also pretty tense to begin with as bears have been really bad here lately coming into residential areas.

No.349

I thought someone was watching me today, I was outside alone by the lake.. in the dark.. ran to my car and locked the doors so fast

No.366

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This morning was pretty spooky. My mother started listening to a DND series inspired by Darkest Dungeons called Dark Dice. The DM explains that It's semi-scripted, but god that lets the narrator really settle the atmosphere and the story telling with the sound effects is very spooky.

No.367

>>211
shiiieeeet! And I thought I had a spooky day. Same sentiments as >>212



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No. 340 [Reply]

>Be me
>Be 13
>In bed, trying to go to sleep
>Roll over in bed, now facing my open door and dark hallway
>Start to doze off when I hear a scuffling noise
>Thinks it's my dog, so I pat my bed and whistle for her to come
>Scuffling suddenly stops, and I see the faint silhouette of a small human in my doorway
>I screech in absolute terror
>Mom and dad come running, turn on hallway light
>Nothing is there
>mfw
Hope y'all liked my story

No.341

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>>340
as a general rule of thumb, aliese, DO NOT LINK YOUR ACTUAL EMAIL IN IMAGEBOARDS

No.356

Hewwo what did it look like. Big head? Fuzzy?

No.361

DUDE ID FUCKING DIE.



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No. 351 [Reply]

I have a horrifying, almost debilitating fear of gray aliens. I have a giant fear of being abducted from my bedroom at night and seeing these things. I've been put on medication for it that it's become such an overwhelming fear of mine.
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No.353

>>352
Honestly didn't think of it like that. I think it's possible that they are living totally normal lives and maybe only a select would be working for the government, but the concept I'm truly afraid of is being paralyzed and taken against my will. What if they kill me by accident? What happens if someone can't find me? I don't want to create that kind of panic.

No.354

Think about benevolent Nordic aliens instead. Though maybe they haven't been seen since the 50s because the world has been going to hell in a handbasket.

No.355

Damn I wish aliens would take me. They have such cool tech.

No.358

I used to be like this as child but I though the moon as an evil god that could summon abstract horrors to kill me or abduct me into a sort of black purgatory of nothingness

No.359

I personally don't think "greys" would have any type of emotional response at all. If anything they'd have a specific type of programming hivemind and follow whatever the agenda for their colony may be.



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No. 49 [Reply]

I have to keep my bathroom door closed at all times because I'm afraid ghosts might come out of the mirror when the bathroom is dark.
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No.278

I have OCD when it comes to doors. I don't worry about ghosts but I do get a very uneasy feeling of paranoia when a door is open around me.

No.279

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>>51
I have frosted glass doors, so even if I close them I vividly see-imagine the ghost standing behind it. The only way I can relax and sleep is to pull the covers over my head and face the wall.

I had none of these fears when I was a kid. Is it stress?

No.280

>>276
>>277
Realizing the source of what you were scared of always gives me a good laugh. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and jump out of bed because I think there are bugs/bees in my bed. Once I calm down (usually 20 minutes), I just shake my head and laugh a bit.

No.314

Ironically, I stare at myself in my bathroom mirror in the dark. I tend to feel a source of power as I watch my face shapeshift into something unrecognizable.

No.348

>>279
I could never have frosted glass doors..I need all the doors to be locked and all the blinds drawn as soon as it gets dark, or else "something" will see me



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