Dahmer in the making

By Anonymous - 19/10/2022 14:00

Today, my son asked me, "If it’s so easy to tear meats like raw chicken breast and beef steak apart with your hands, doesn’t that mean it’s just as easy to tear human flesh apart, even if they’re still alive?" This right here is why I send him to therapy twice a week, but it’s not working. FML
I agree, your life sucks 910
You deserved it 134

Same thing different taste

Top comments

clumzrino 8

At least he’s wrong, raw meats don’t fight back. Living bodies retaliate and don’t allow themselves to be stretched beyond their limits willingly.

lalalaila777 24

the correct answer is yes, so that's why we treat humans with tenderness as we should with animals. though many societies treat animals inhumanely (including those used as food sources) and wonder why humans are becoming desensitized to horrible atrocities seen as normal.

Comments

mattiagardin 15

A different therapist maybe? Oof, I’m so sorry.

That's pro level therapy needed here. Just ask Jeffrey D.

Why bother with a therapist? Just send him straight to prison. If he still has homicidal urges, it's likely his victim in the hoosgow deserves such an end.

clumzrino 8

At least he’s wrong, raw meats don’t fight back. Living bodies retaliate and don’t allow themselves to be stretched beyond their limits willingly.

lalalaila777 24

the correct answer is yes, so that's why we treat humans with tenderness as we should with animals. though many societies treat animals inhumanely (including those used as food sources) and wonder why humans are becoming desensitized to horrible atrocities seen as normal.

I wouldn't worry about it, sounds like a future scientist