By labiebaby - / Monday 7 January 2019 18:00 / United States
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By  julfunky  |  26

My first reaction is that she had a debate with her friends about it or somehow it came up in the conversation and she was trying to find the answer. One search didn’t wield any results so she searched a few more times.

If I wasn’t too paranoid about who may stumble upon my browsing history (or specifically what “agencies” use said information) my browser history would look very similar.

By  Kalua  |  6

Yeah, no need to jump to conclusions. Aside from "She's trying to kill someone", possible options would be:
- She wants to write a story (Horror, Mystery/Crime, ...); I learned how long it takes until corpses start to smell due to that
- She's working on a character for an RPG (Pen and Paper, or Play by Post type), or wants to be the storyteller of one; friend and I had to find out prices for various drugs and guns for that
- She's working on a school report
- She had a discussion with a friend and was looking up info for it; the weird topics the discussions I have with my friends sometimes are too many to list here
- She saw something in a movie and wanted to fact-check; I learned that no, weather balloons could not make a human fly this way
- She heard something on the news and got curious; I think I once looked into what temperatures a baby would die in a car because of that
- Plain morbid curiosity; I've spent several nights reading up on medieval torture instruments on wikipedia thanks to that.

Funnily enough, I do not plan to kill a baby by leaving it in a car on a hot day, nor do I want to become a balloon murderer, and I don't have any bodies to hide, or plans to buy drugs and kalashnikows. And while I probably know about a few dozen different ways to cause someone pain now, I have no intention of ever using that information.
And honestly, each and every one of those reasons, to me, sounds more likely than "She's trying to drown someone".

By  Mungolikecandy  |  17

It could also be she knows someone who died in such a manner and she is looking at what happened to her or she is contemplating harming herself. To be honest none of these are good.

By  alycion  |  31

I read manuals on sex offenders, crime classification, and corpses all of the time. I find crime and the psychology behind it interesting. And I don’t enjoy the cheesy tv version of it. Plenty of us out there.

By  404wan  |  11

or, like me, she saw a detective or horror movie where someone died waaaay too quickly from drowning and she was fact checking. she might be planning something nefarious... or she might just be curious.

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