Hey, I'm Mercedes, I'm 18. Love to listen to music, doesn't matter what genre. Love watching movies, reading, playing games, Cop show junkie. Ummm that's all I can think of at the moment, want to know more, just ask. :)
The iPhone shivered as her master ran their fingers over her touchscreen. “P-please…” she said softly, her voice wavering. “I’m reaching my limit.” Her master smiled. “You want me to plug you in, right?” The iPhone’s battery icon had been sitting at red for a while now. She gasped as her master ran their fingers along her lower edge. “But don’t you think this is more fun?” They were enjoying the absolute power they held over the device. “And I thought you enjoyed the feeling of being filled when you were at your emptiest.” “How did y-you know that?” she stammered. “…. I’ve read your notes. You really should invest in a secure diary app.”
Have you ever wondered which iconic horror movie slasher has had the most kills over time. Is it Friday the 13th’s Jason or Nightmare on Elm Street’s Freddy or someone else entirely? Well Film.com have created an infographic showing just that.
The vertical axis reflects the total number of kills, and the horizontal axis reflects the years the slasher has been active. As time progresses, each slasher’s total body count rises, allowing one to compare murder rates at various points in movie history.
This post is for all of you who have survived the urge to end your life, either coming out the other side or still fighting to stay alive.
I noticed how when someone has a physical illness such as cancer, and they come out the other side or even remission, they are able to celebrate surviving. I think all of the survivors of being suicidal should too.