by Madeline Laughs
This is a copy and paste from Sociopath World about whether or not a sociopath knows they are a sociopath.
This blew my fucking mind!
“Do sociopaths know they are sociopaths? Continue reading
Barney sat back on his sofa, holding the bottle of cheap whiskey he had been hitting to calm himself down after the chance encounter with the girl upstairs. He was calmly watching his computer screen and the seven chat windows he had initiated, trying to talk to the women in the group about what was happening. Even the chat window to Fiona stayed still. No one was answering him.
He tipped the bottle back and took another slug. He grimaced because the nasty elixir burned all the way down. He sniffed loudly and jiggled the mouse to open his desktop. There he clicked on one of his many pictures of Fiona and enlarged it to fit the screen. As the picture of her pretty face grew, the resolution also grew and soon she was just a big blob of pixels on the monitor. He didn’t care. He knew it was her. Continue reading
Darlene quietly laughed as she clicked the button on the screen to quickly go Hidden, so Barney couldn’t see she was still active in the chat room. Everyone else in the group could still see her, but Barney could not.
Several other chat windows were already open on her screen and the type was rapidly filling each one as everyone busily chatted away about what a monster they all thought Barney really was. Everyone had a story to tell. Everyone had been lied to. Some of the women in the group were positively devastated.
But Darlene wasn’t devastated at all. Continue reading
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