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I was walking home from the gym last night, and near where I live someone on a motorbike had hit a man on a bicycle and crashed his motorbike. It was pretty horrific, there was blood on his head and everywhere, his arm was off at a odd angle. He looked dead when I saw him, and I later found out he did die.

It was quite horrible, i'm quite a sensitive person anyway, and it's not the first person i've seen dead on the floor so it brought back some horrible memories.

I'm not sure if the guy had a helmet, i'd guess not with all the blood, also I know you're not supposed to take helmets off people in case of head injuries.

How do you forget about the bad things that happen? Is it just time that helps it pass, or a good drink?

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#2
Masturbate

Should get rid of the images in your head....

Or they might help you

Depends how you get your jollies
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#3
You don't forget, you move on.
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#5
Time helps. I don't want to be that soft guy or anything, but it also helps if you can talk about it with someone. Maybe with someone who has had a similar experience, but someone who is just keen to listen and understand can be enough.

And don't see any Tarantino movies maybe.
And what is more, there's been a bloody purple nose and some bloody purple clothes that were messing up the lobby floor. It's just apartment house rules so all you 'partment fools remember : one man's ceiling is another man's floor.
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Time helps. I don't want to be that soft guy or anything, but it also helps if you can talk about it with someone. Maybe with someone who has had a similar experience, but someone who is just keen to listen and understand can be enough.

And don't see any Tarantino movies maybe.


I watched Demolition Man when I got home, and drank a couple of strong rums. They were to help me cope with watching Demolition Man.
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#7
Oh are you okay? Would you like to talk about it? Do you need a therapist.

Motorbikes are ****ing stupid, don't buy one.

However, everyone dies, but not everyone lives.
#8
Sorry you had to see that pitbro. Never seen anyone die but I'd imagine it's a little hard to cope with.
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#10
Eesh. I want to ask why this isn't the first dead body you've seen, but I don't want you to drag it up if it's going to bum you out.
#11
Jeez that sounds nasty. I guess it'll just take time, think about how you got over your other death experience and repeat it.
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Motorbikes are ****ing stupid, don't buy one.


Too late.
#14
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What about the man on the bicycle? You mentioned him once, and then ignored him.


I assumed he was the one that bought it?
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I assumed he was the one that bought it?


OP said "crashed his motorbike," which I'm guessing was the death. Bicycle man gets hit by a motorbike, and then never appears in the story again.

Until I hear otherwise, I'm just going to assume that he rode casually off, the motorbike having bounced off him.
#16
I ended up clipping a cyclist before on a roundabout. With no indication whatsoever he suddenly decided to change lane and flung himself across in front of me. Had to slam the brakes on and my foot caught his as I went past.
#17
Obviously stupid cyclist, but you should always be expecting them to pull off some stupid shit like that. They're under no obligation to know the rules of the road so they're relying on common sense, which isn't always that common.

When I'm driving and I see a cyclist, I'm like "right, what's this dopey cunt going to do now?" so I'm ready for it.
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Obviously stupid cyclist, but you should always be expecting them to pull off some stupid shit like that. They're under no obligation to know the rules of the road so they're relying on common sense, which isn't always that common.

When I'm driving and I see a cyclist, I'm like "right, what's this dopey cunt going to do now?" so I'm ready for it.


This is how I drive. And more people need to drive in a world where everybody is a lilly cunt
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#19
First world problems. Somewhere in the world some people have to worry about getting their throats slit at any given moment, and you think you have a bad day because you saw someone die. Get a ****ing spine.
The more you say 'epic' the less it means.
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First world problems. Somewhere in the world some people have to worry about getting their throats slit at any given moment, and you think you have a bad day because you saw someone die. Get a ****ing spine.

lul
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First world problems. Somewhere in the world some people have to worry about getting their throats slit at any given moment, and you think you have a bad day because you saw someone die. Get a ****ing spine.


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#22
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First world problems. Somewhere in the world some people have to worry about getting their throats slit at any given moment, and you think you have a bad day because you saw someone die. Get a ****ing spine.

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First world problems. Somewhere in the world some people have to worry about getting their throats slit at any given moment, and you think you have a bad day because you saw someone die. Get a ****ing spine.


Like your avatar. Not everyone in the world has the luxury of stairs you inconsiderate arse!
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Hey everyone. Nobody is allowed to have a bad day any more because of the violent extinction of the dinosaurs


FTFY
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FTFY


That's right! When I was watching Schindler's List, I was thinking "what are these Jews moping about for? At least they're not dinosaurs that died once. THEY HAVE NO RIGHT TO BE MISERABLE. WOT ABOAT DINOSOR JOOS?."
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#28
**** them, what about all the people that suffered when the Galactic Empire roamed the universe.
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#30
happened to me when I was a kid. Same thing: a motorcyclist had an accident with a larger van.

Saw everything from a shoolbus with some close friends. Being 11 or 12 that time, we were really schocked and talked about it the whole day.

After a few months we sort of got over it. We can still remember it and we still talk about it from time to time, though.
#31
No, you're right. Looking back, I disagree with my comparison. It's not about the difference between different parts of the world, it's about how society made you so damn soft that you get all emotional and shocked when you see a corpse. I just don't understand it.
The more you say 'epic' the less it means.
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Lol.

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#34
Bicycle guy was ok, just a shoulder problem. Kinda think he might have cause the accident, he looked in his 70s. But ya know, no headgear on the motorcyclist so any crash can kill you.

And the other guy was a 24 year old who had had a heart attack when running and died. Feel bad for all these people's families.

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Bicycle guy was ok, just a shoulder problem. Kinda think he might have cause the accident, he looked in his 70s. But ya know, no headgear on the motorcyclist so any crash can kill you.


Also illegal in the UK. Was it a proper motorcycle or a scrambler / pitbike? That's the usual stuff ridden by lid dodgers.
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No, you're right. Looking back, I disagree with my comparison. It's not about the difference between different parts of the world, it's about how society made you so damn soft that you get all emotional and shocked when you see a corpse. I just don't understand it.


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#37
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First world problems. Somewhere in the world some people have to worry about getting their throats slit at any given moment, and you think you have a bad day because you saw someone die. Get a ****ing spine.


I will when you get a heart you miserable ****.

First world problem? I wasn't exactly complaining that my espresso got cold was I? You idiot.
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I will when you get a heart you miserable ****.

First world problem? I wasn't exactly complaining that my espresso got cold was I? You idiot.


Ouch... I hope it was cold enough to pour on that scalding



Wait, so did this guy not actually die? I'm confused after reading the second page.
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#39
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How do you forget about the bad things that happen? Is it just time that helps it pass, or a good drink?

inb4 blog post.


Time, basicaly.

It's not that the bad memories go away with time, it's just that as we gain more life experience and see more things that we'd rather not remember, the bad memories just don't seem so bad anymore.

For example, I was present when my Dad died, and to be honest, I spent a long time wishing that I could change that because every time I thought about my Dad it was hard not to picture that image of him laying dead on his bed. But then, when my Mum died a decade later it didn't affect me in anything like the same way, essentially the first event had hardened me up for the second event. But then, after my Mum died and I realised that it didn't affect me in the same way, It kinda helped to ease the way that my Dad's death had affected me and so now I don't feel as bad as I used to about watching my Dad die.
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probably 6 or 7 years ago now me and my cousin were driving on a country road into town, him in the drivers seat. we were going over a hill and a guy in a small suv met us at the top, he was in our lane (fixing his radio, i remember seeing his faced super surprised) and swerved on to the shoulder to avoid us, then overcorrected and flew right of the road the other way. went down a 15ft ditch and through a barbed wire fence. the tirer got caught in the fence and rolled the truck, he didnt have his seatbelt on (i remember seeing that too) and was thrown, i shit you not, at least 40 feet out of his truck. me and my cousin just saw the dust kick up behind us so we turned back to make sure he was alright, then realized just how bad it was. he was screaming so damn loud, worst sound id ever heard in my life. he got airlifted to sunnybrook in toronto right away, later died from it.

its a terrible feeling, one which i can relate to. i pretty much watched a man die and we were in the other car. but like most people are saying its life experience, shitty experience but an experience nonetheless thats part of life. things like this shape our lives and who we are, and time is pretty much the only thing to help us get over it. the worst part for me was that when paramedics arrived they needed blankets for him so i gave them my jacket, which they layed over top of him while he was screaming his head off. when they took him away i got my jacket back. i dont think ive ever worn it since, just bad memories
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