Every so often, I see this particular millennial on the Internet cry about how they just wanna die.
“Life’s so dreary. Tiresome. I just want to get it done and over with already.”
And when push comes to shove…
“I want to die. I want to die. But I’m scared of killing myself. What if I cut my wrist and it just flops? What if I leap off the Ferris Wheel, but I only manage to break my back? I just wanna die, like without reason or anything. Just like that, pew-pew and I’m gone. Is that so hard?”
Yeah, you can imagine. He certainly has some deep-seated issues. Though rather ‘fortunately’, the aforementioned millennial is still alive and kicking to this day.
“Fml,” he tweeted just the other day. “Got myself a packet of Oreos and a glass of milk and spilt everything over my newly-minted jeans. I wanna die.”
Well, some things never change.
Nevertheless, as ‘snowflake-like’ as the aforementioned millennial would appear to be, his rants do give rise to a certain troubled community in this world.
Faced with trauma and problems the likes of which normal people would hope never to ever encounter, these troubled personnel see no redeeming route other than the most forgiving one, death. But while some choose to take it themselves, by way of suicide, others opt to simply…
Wait it out.
Or as the following article headline insinuates…
Simply give up and die, without any medical reason whatsoever.
It Is Apparently Possible To Just Give Up And Die With No Medical Reason
Before you diss this entire article and term it a ‘satirical piece that’s so shitty it’s actually better than The Onion‘, I implore you; it’s certainly no satirical article.