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judging from some of these posts i assume that it has become perfectly acceptable to: 1) insult the departed by circulating pictures of their lifeless bodies to strangers that could care less and 2) shrug off said picture without a second thought about the sender's sanity. you can just delete the pic, but not "unsee what has been seen."

By  Back_In_Action  |  18

Oh shit, dead people. Just delete it and move on. I find it hard to believe that a photo of a nicely dressed dead man constitutes as an FML. Unless, of course, the FML is really about your deranged coworker, in which case, I'm terribly sorry.

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  Back_In_Action  |  18

Hark, a username looms in the distance! Thana...tophobia. Fear of dead people. Well, now. This does change things. Remember, then, the words of the late Albus Dumbledore: "There is nothing to be feared from a body, Harry, any more than there is anything to be feared from the darkness."

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  Back_In_Action  |  18

Well said, pendatic/Epicurus. I feel that there is no point in fearing the inevitable. To quote Harry Potter again (XD), "What's coming will come, and we'll meet it when it does." In other words, BRING IT ON, MOTHERFUCKER.

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  Back_In_Action  |  18

Truth. I seriously have been an HP fan since the third grade (when the first book came out, for me, anyway) and my teacher chose it as our read-aloud book. I'm a freshman in college now and have read each book multiple times. Apart from quoting the book from memory verbatim, I get something new out of it every time I re-read the series, whether it be a sentence that just seemed really odd before, or a huge plot point that I then feel idiotic afterward for not getting it before. As for my philosophy, I just made that up on the spot, actually. It is now my new mantra, however. :D Snickerdoodles: the hyphen in between was meant to create a pause between the syllables so it would seem I was trying to make out the word in the distance. My bad on that one; in retrospect, it was a failz0r.

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Win^ Harry Potter is amazing, I first read Philosophers Stone when I was 7, and seven years on I still love all the books. Also, Harry Potter books > Harry Potter films, #justsayin

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