|Reading these suicide pages you will find people seeking help and people offering their help. Some witness about suicide from real life experience, others who play along with me would pretend it's a children's game. Some make sick and cruel jokes about it, and angry people blame me for even mentioning the subject. You might also want to read my favourite answers. If you want your answer to be included here, fill in the form.|
What is the best way to kill yourself when you're under 13?
Quelle est la meilleure forme de suicide pour les moins de 13 ans?
|26 Feb 2003||Minerva Mackellar||PRIMITIVITY. Every human being is born with a seed of primitivity (for primitivity means a possibility for developing the spirit). The God who created it knows best. All profane, temporal, worldly intelligence has relation to destroying one's primitivity. Prudential Philosophy has relation to developing one's primitivity. Destroy your primitivity, and you will most probably get along well in the world, maybe achieve great success... but Eternity shall reject you. Follow up your primitivity, and you will be shipwrecked in temporality............ but accepted by Eternity.
|04 Feb 2003||Newland Mackellar||ENNUI. The gods were bored, and so they created man. Adam was bored because he was so Alone, and so Eve was created. From that moment on boredom entered into the world, and increased in proportion to the increase of population. Adam was bored alone; then Adam+Eve were bored together; then Adam+Eve+Cain+Abel were bored en famille; then the population of the world increased, and the peoples were bored en masse. To divert themselves they conceived the idea of constructing a Tower high enough to reach the heavens. This idea is itself just as boring as the Tower was high, and constitutes a terrible proof of how boredom gained the upper hand. ~i desire no disciples; but if there happened to be someone present at my beloved Deathbed, and i was certain that the end had arrived, then i might in an attack of philanthropic delirium, whisper my theory in her ear... uncertain whether i had done her a service or not. ~Aybe|
|02 Feb 2003||sarah||Go to a pedophile's house then deny him sex|
|28 Jan 2003||Michael Mackellar||SYMPARANECROMENIAN FAVORITES. VOL. 319 When Philip threatened to lay siege to the city of Corinth, and all its inhabitants hastily bestirred themselves in defense, some polishing weapons, some gathering stones, some repairing the walls, some overdosing on cloxazolam... Diogenes seeing all this hurriedly folded his mantle about him and began to roll his tub zealously back and forth through the streets. When he was asked why he did such a thing he replied that he wished to be busy like all the rest, and rolled his tub lest he should be the only idler among so many industrious citizens. ~Soren|
|08 Jan 2003||Michael Mackellar|| Se Jeter~ i just discovered an unutterably remarkable book; one which may be of some assistance should you find yourself feeling... sinister. `Blank Slate`, by Steven Pinker. This heart-rendered work deals with human nature, from the angle of introducing considerations for conflict resolution and peacemaking that go way deeper than conventional analyses. Also, i should add, the book is rather large... so it may take a touch more effort to grasp. I'm currently sitting in my local hometown library, and 'Blank Slate' is resting safely in its secret cubbyhole. It is necessary for me to hide it away each day because my library card has been suspended, due to enormous late fees, and as a result i find myself effectively restricted from checking anything out. As long as 'Blank Slate' remains tucked away when i am elsewhere, i won't have to lose sleep over worring about some Willy Wanker-Sociology Major getting hold of it, and making me wait entirely too focking long for the return. I suspect this may, perhaps certainly, almost appear to seem a bit selfish... Yet i figure i have more than made up for it with my new years resolution. Yes, you guessed it, my wanking days drew to a close with the new year! You can't get much more selfless than that. Honestly though, i had the same thing planned last year... but the most ridiculously dream-like woman to ever step foot into a surrealist club happened to catch my interest right on new year's eve. We even spoke for a while, and i learned that she was aspiring to become a successful mesmerist. She proved the truth in her aspiration by singing the most beautiful song from 'Les Miserables', in my opinion. On My Own. Even still, it did not take me long to close up... And i soon convinced her that all we had to share, was distance. We returned, arms outstretched, to our separate ways. The club eventually closed, and i sped home in my wagon, cursing myself the whole live-long way for being so possessed by a shyness that is criminally vulgar. As a matter of course, i became frightfully distressed... so, when i arrived home and had crashed into bed, i proceeded to beat the hell out of myself... something like 8 or 9 times over. She was too beautiful. And i became so inhuman. Well, as one can well imagine, my set of unsuspecting sheets was in ruins. My selfless resolution was blown to bits not even 8 hours into the new year. This time around i am ready... i'm not caving in for anything!
Since lately i seem to have a remarkably enlarged amount of time on my hands for some reason that appears unfathomable, i've decided to copy the sleeve notes from 'Blank Slate', so in effect, you may be more readily able to decide whether or not such a book would interest you. I should add that 'A Beautiful Mind', 'I Stand Alone', and 'Shine' are 3 films worth renting. If you have yet to see them, please do so. ...The reason i've decided to include the notes from 'Blank Slate' is not entirely due to the mysteriously enlarged amount of time, i've also become quite happy since 'Common People' came on the radio a little while ago, and it happens to be one of my favorite songs.
I imagine Lucy Cortina as being quite fond of PULP, and i find myself wondering what other music exists as dearly to her... as dearly as she claims to have become to Herself. She claimed to feel so amazingly content... inside. LEGENDARY PINK DOTS, no question. ~the limits of my language define the limits of my world~ Ludwig Wittgenstein ~ ...but surpassing all stupendous inventions, what sublimity of mind was hers who dreamed of finding means to communicate her deepest thoughts to any other person, though distant by mighty intervals of space and time! of talking with those who are in Heaven; of speaking to those who are not yet born- and shall not be born for a thousand or a hundred thousand years. and with what felicity by the varied arrangements of constructs of our minds!! ~Soren
Sleeve Notes....... "Our conceptions of human nature affect every aspect of our lives, from the way we raise our children to the political movements we choose to embrace. Yet just as science is bring us into a golden age of understanding human nature, many people are hostile to the idea. They fear that discoveries about innate patterns of thinking and feeling may be used to justify inequality, to subvert social change, to dissolve personal responsibility, and to strip life of meaning and purpose. In 'Blank Slate', Steven Pinker explores the idea of human nature and its moral, emotional, and political colorings. He shows how many intellectuals have denied the existence of human nature by embracing 3 linked dogmas: the blank slate (the mind has no innate traits), the noble savage (people are born good and corroded by society), and the ghost in the machine (each of us has a soul to make choices free from the restrictions of biology). Each dogma carries a moral burden, so their defenders have engaged in desperate tactics to discredit scientists who are now challenging them. Pinker injects calm and rationality into these 3 debates by showing that equality, progress, responsibility, and purpose have nothing to fear from the discoveries about a rich human nature. He disarms even the most menacing threats with clear thinking, common sense, and pertinent facts from science and history. Despite its popularity among intellectuals during much of the twentieth century, he argues, the doctrine of Blank Slate may have done more harm than good. It denies our common humanity and our individual preferences, replaces hard-headed analyses of social problems with feel-good slogans, and distorts our understanding of government, violence, parenting, and the arts. Pinker shows that an acknowledgement of human nature that is grounded in science and common sense, far from being dangerous, can complement insights about the human condition made by millenia of artists and philosophers. All this is done with unutterably remarkable clarity..."
By the bye, i feel as though Eternity is the place that holds...................Time enough for Love. My Dream is to find each and every one of you there. And then....... [nicedream]
|18 Dec 2002||---||avaler une noix de coco|
|07 Nov 2002||berdusud||c'est la philosophie le seul sujet valable: le suicide|
|06 Nov 2002||philippe||to climb to the top of something very high like a roof or a tree and then take the straightest way down. Climbing is nice. Falling down is nice. Dying is nice ...|
|18 Oct 2002||Phil||Pour toi l'idéal est de te jeter de ta fenêtre, tu pourras voir ton nom néon avant de t'écraser.
Fais vite ou fais un autre site
|06 Oct 2002||Phil||If, like me, you have SA (Social Phobia, Social Anxiety Disorder) then you will already be dead.|
|13 Sep 2002||Mitzy||Oh, laydees, gentlemen and whores, we r gettin very deep on ere rnt we! WoW. Every1s gone all philasophical. I think i spelt that wrong. Ah well. Well, ive worked sumthin out 4 yaz, dont try starvin 2 death! Not good. Makes u very ill and weak and all that. So yeah, ill go now and stop soundin like such a stoned retard. ByE. XxX|
|12 Jun 2002||joe||i have the greatest respect for the you if you truly have the courage to kill yourself as i firmly believe the strength required to end one's own life is great. however i believe there is a greater courage. yes, life is fucking shit and you can argue that it would have been better to have never been born. but you are here whether you fucking like it or not. schopenhauer, the 19th century german philosopher believed that human life was basically shit because we are driven by an impulse to avoid pain rather than accept it as a part of the human condition. Thus, rather than taking it on, we wish to escape suffering and the ultimate way out is suicide. So paradoxically if you top yourself although you have negated life you have been beaten by it. Meister Eckhart, the medieval mystic and philosopher saw hell to be all the things you can't let go of. If, rather than clinging to death you accept life with all its shit then what you thought were demons are really angels. everything depends on how you look at it. Anyway, apart from all that shit, there's gotta be something you enyoy. Take some E or something.|
|10 May 2002||C Phillus||A) Choke on a chicken
B) Choke on a dick
C) Choke on a hairball from eatin an unshaved puss
D) Choke on crabby diseasy cumm
E) Go out and fuck every1 every thing you see so you get every disease in the book, and do every drug and drink known to man!
F) Try livin my fucked up life aka: soon to be living no more.
|09 Apr 2002||Phil||DAN, 15 paracetamols will not kill you - they will make you puke up blood and put you in a lot of pain , even 25 paracetamols won't kill you (I should know) - you just puke them up with blood and its fucking painful, I CAN TELL YOU.
I dont want you to die, but if you're going to do it DO NOT use paracetamol!!!
Your liver fails and you can die in the most painful way possible. If you are going to do it without pain then jump off a very tall building, or sit outside in the snow when the weather is FREEZING and you will die of hypothermia, which will be painless.
The best thing when you are suicidal is to try to keep going for one more day - find something like a TV show or something to give you reason to live a little longer. I wanted to die not so long ago, but now things are looking positive. Ok, things are still very shit, but I have a reason to live, and SO DO YOU. Please find that reason, cos we all have one!!
Good luck and lots of love,
|09 Mar 2002||phil||By making sure your body can no longer function - that would be the obvious way!|
|25 Jan 2002||true name||the best way to kill yourself when you're 13 is to live a long life and die of natural causes. i could get very philosophical about this, but the answer to this Koan is simple. life is death. death is life. your body and brain are your suicide kit.
i could get semantic and argue the meaning of 'best' but that's pointless.
if you're actually asking 'what's the best way to exorcise these hormonal demons i'm living with by eliciting pity from strangers by being histrionic about suicide' then refer to the other silly answers above and below mine
|10 Dec 2001||Philly||The best and most painless way is to die of Hypothermia. Get totally pissed- till you can hardly walk, soak your clothes in cold water, find a quiet spot outside when the temperature is below o degrees c, and sit there for the night. You'll soon fall asleep from the alcohol, and most likely not wake up. Painless effective death. However theres always a chance of being brought back even after you've 'died'. Best way in my opinion.|
|27 Sep 2001||Lee||I dont usually come to places like this, and i was just intrigued. I find this place immoral and stupid.
I'm 19 years old, and in a few mins I will be dead. I've taken 36 painkillers.
My entire miserable life has been one evil pain after another. This is my revenge on everyone who has hurt me, maybe you will listen now.
I posted this address and message in several places, consider this my suicide note.
I have degrees in philosophy and sociology, decorated hacker in various platforms and operating systems. All this means SHIT.
This is not a waste, i'm worth nothing. 13 years old? pah, don't talk nonsense. as soon as the world hits you, you will wish you were in hell.
I have no family, no hope and no time.
I'll let you guess what my life has been like, but i'll give you this hint:
it's been the same as every other poor fucker.
time's up, i feel sleepy.
|08 Sep 2001||Christy||First of alll, let me begin by saying that this is not a lecture. I am not speaking "down to you" and I am not passing judgement. I also have been suicidal.
I experienced my first bout with suicide at age 12. As I type this, I just celebrated my 20th birthday--20 years of struggling uphill. I know what it is like to face odds seemingly greater than anyone can overcome.
What I would like to share with everyone is a little piece of wisdom that I have learned along the way. Sometimes even choked on it. Life as you know it today is not life as it is tomorrow. Things are constantly changing and the situations that you are facing now will not be the ones that you may be facing tomorrow. Our lives change with every breathe that we take, so then with that in mind, what is occurring in your life that you think can't change? What is making you think that suicide is the only answer?
If anyone out there ever needs to or wants to talk, please email me. I can assure you that I won't judge, laugh at you, or whatever. I am a person who merely wants to help you.
|06 Aug 2001||Bootsex||play with pedophiles whose antipsychotic perscriptions ran out.|