There can be numerous of reasons to why people want their ex dead. When cheating is involved, it is usually a crime of passion where one’s impulse is so strong that they cannot control their rage. Or maybe it’s one of those situation where they feel ‘if i can’t have you, then no one can.’ Other times, it can be a premeditated crime, where it is carefully plotted in order to get the victim’s sum of life insurance or other beneficiary.
When it comes to killing their own children…that, I cannot wrap my head around. They are either selfish and do not want to take responsibility of what they created or something is "mentally’ wrong with them.
I have trouble getting rid of stuff because of memories attached to it even if it’s something as mundane or silly like a map of Six Flags Magic Mountain or a piece of Receipt from the year 2003.
I was surprised that I was able to get rid of so much of my memorable junks after moving to Texas. I woke up in a room full of stuff and I was supposed to catch a flight out six hours later and it was a mad rush to clean out my room so I tossed a bunch of things I’ve hoarded.
I feel like that it’s better to hold on to things just in case rather than regret it later.
When I was a teenager, we had to move out of our house abruptly and my Dad was supposed to come by and salvaged whatever was important and he didn’t bother to keep the family photo album so all of our memories were lost when they came to trash the house.
Family pictures are far, far, FAR more important than some stupid $2,000 television. You can’t recreate memories from years long gone but you can always buy a new Television.
Why did you move out to Texas, Ty? How is life there? I’ll be visiting family in May and June. I agree, photos are far more important than meaningless and materialistic space-needing junk. Now that I’m in my late 20s, I am learning to be more frugal and spending only when I need to. I just like collecting stuff that people give me since middle school, and over time, it’s gotten to the point where it has gotten out of hand. I have stuff from people who lost touch with me. Maybe it’s just my personality. I have a problem with letting go. I still have greeting cards from high school that I plan to bury that with me in my casket along with photos of me and my family. Do you have a keepsake box at least? Things for small stuff that hold a strong meaning to you. Those are good to hold onto.
Got sick of being adventurous so I stuck to my 3 favorites. I wanted to have an established smell that works as a retrieval cue. Whenever a gust of air grazes me and carries over my scent, I’d come to mind because peers will associate me with the fragrant. Just like a leitmotif in Hollywood movies. Whenever audiences hear that familiar music, they know which character is going to reappear. I would describe my stench as panty melting and ovary exploding. Ladies you’ve been forewarned.