By Anonymous - 01/10/2013 16:36 - United States - El Cajon

Today, a coworker at school yelled at one of our students to be quiet. The kid got pretty upset, so I went to comfort him. He held my hand for the rest of the class, telling me in vivid detail how he was going to kill my coworker. Now I'm afraid to look at him. FML
I agree, your life sucks 44 750
You deserved it 3 626

Same thing different taste

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KeannaLove 32

Be grateful you're on his good side OP.


That was completely unnecessary.*

Well if a 6-10 year old knows in vivid detail how to murder someone, the parents have a lot of explaining to do.

scarface90 8

Was this kid's name Harrison Morgan (Dexter's son)?

37 -Shit dude, haven't you ever seen television? They make suicide jokes on cartoon network now.

On any call of duty game you can find 8-10 year olds. I even know a 10 year old with gta v. Its ridicules how young some kids are exposed to violence/torturing in video games and tv

Funny you should say that. Collectively, their favorite video game is COD: Black Ops

KeannaLove 32

Be grateful you're on his good side OP.

FML your coworker. Keep your nose where it belongs.

Why are you afraid? Psychopaths always have a soft spots for the ones that are nice to them

But they can also turn on you like it was nobody's business

In Dexter a psychopath killed his own mother :O. ( I know it's just a show). *hides*

jensen21 19

But sometimes they kidnap and hold them hostage for "protection" or to keep them company.

My dad is a psychopath trust me there is no good side..

addioty 19
Kenton1008 21

No, I thought it was really comforting.

addioty 19

Someone's getting a little testy, eh?

RedPillSucks 31

Be careful. He's probably plotting, in vivid detail, how to kill you.

I think you should report the kid for the safety of your coworker if he was being dead serious. It's better safe than sorry :/

TyT63 12

stay on his good side, you don't wanna make the hit list

Because holding his hand comforted him, it sounds like he's elementary age. If so, simply tell him it isn't okay to talk like that. But no matter his age, I think he should talk to a school counselor. There might be some underlying problems since he was so blunt and free about a scary topic.

repKyle95 24

I have to agree, but you have to be very careful about the way you put it. I should know - I was pretty much the exact same way up until I was 12. If you go with a very condescending, scolding attitude, the immediate tendency is to associate you as an "enemy", and if they do end up becoming mentally ill enough they may react violently towards those people that they associate with that. You have to make sure that you make it very clear that you're telling them because you care about them and don't want them to have troubles down the road.

You can go to jail for threats like that. I agree, you should report them.