Disturbing Imagery, Creepy Music, Endless Hallways… Must Be a New Silent Hills Trailer!
Hell has hallways. Who knew?
Have you ever experienced the moment when, as you’re helping a parent/friend/loved-one in the kitchen, chopping some onions or what not, you suddenly get this ridiculous idea? That idea being, as you look at the knife in your hands, you could totally stab that person next to you to death. Right now. There is nothing to stop you.
Or maybe you’re waiting for a train and as you see it approaching, you think about shoving that nice elderly gentleman next to you onto the tracks.
Or perhaps, as you are holding your new-born son in your arms, you think about dropping him down the stairs. Just for a moment.
Possibly your thoughts manifest in non-violent ways, such as the thoughts of deviant sexual acts, especially with inappropriate people, such as a sibling.
You think about these things. And as you form these thoughts in your mind you probably immediately try to stop thinking about it. “This is crazy!” you tell yourself; “Who in their right mind would ever think such horrible things?”
The answer: everyone.
These thoughts are known as intrusive thoughts and researchers believe they are an essential part of being human. But where are these thoughts coming from, why do we have them and should we be afraid we’re going to act on them? In short, what is the science behind intrusive thoughts?
here we are kids
it’s finally over
shit I gotta screencap all my 2007 naruto seven minutes in heaven quizzes
In the arms of an angel
Fly away from here
Cletus Kasady and Norman Osborn share a deep and abiding love of America and I think that’s beautiful.
Eugh, feeling super puke-y.
Hopefully I won’t actually puke—this is all related to a medication thing. But still gross.
Spiderman gives this to doc ock as a joke gift, but doc ock doesnt get it and thinks its just a mug with his name on it
this is silly because if you look closely you can see that the tiger is not an actual tiger but a Beanie Baby, a popular childs toy.
is that true?
He clings to his identity with such stubborn determination. How can he be so certain of who he is?
How can any man?
Don’t we all wear masks that hide a deeper mystery? And aren’t we all ignorant of the true nature of that mystery?
Strip away the facade… and you’re sucked down into the whirlpool.
Tear off the mask—and you find yourself alone in the infinite darkness.
No face, no name, no past, no future.
That’s the advantage I have over other men—whatever mask I may be wearing…
…there’s always another one underneath.
Dmitri Smerdyakov/The Chameleon
(Sensational Spider-Man Annual 1996)
Friends, countrymen, reprobates… I know you.
You who are unjustly persecuted. You who are so deeply misunderstood.
You who have endured your own dark night of the soul on endless repeat since the earliest days of your miserable existence.
I know you. I know you because I am you.
I too have been humbled. I too have raised my fist to heaven and I have pleaded with my maker.
I demand you tell me why!
I am what I was born to be.
You give me teeth, that I may bite the hand that would strike me.
Great strength, that I may wrench power from the arms of those who would deny me!
And then, when I am so close…
So close that I smell the blood of my enemies in the air…
All the power I’ve ever dreamed of possessing right there, right there just beyond my reach…
It is snatched from me. Stolen! Why? Why?!
Tonight… Tonight I have my answer. I suffer…
(Osborn: Evil Incarcerated by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Ríos)