Have you ever felt so sad that you just wanted to disappear?

I’ll say it was an intense sadness rather than depression that caused me to do this, but I once formulated a plan to eliminate myself from everyone’s memories. I became obsessed with this idea that if I just associated myself with a few willing people, or even no one, I would be happier… more successful.

It seems silly, but I want to share this with the world. I don’t care who or how many people it reaches, I just want awareness that people think this way or worse. After reading this, maybe you should do less ignoring, if that makes sense to you.


Phase 1: delete people you never see other than overseas friends and cool people, abandon Facebook, any contact will have to be made thru plus
Phase 2: abandon plus if no one bothers with contact there. Regardless, stop playing games. Pack them all away and delete apps.
Phase 3: the phone is the last chance. If no one contacts, turn it off for good or change numbers.
Phase 4: the end of s2 of y2 may very well be the end of human contact other than compulsory examinations, family, and some martial artists.
Phase 5: clean room. Remove tokens of the past, especially in the “most unused cupboards”
Phase 6: am I nearly there? Who knows. Become expert in own fields. May need library.
Phase 7: wait for life to end?

Song: Teenage Crime

Top comment got to me, I have so much appreciation for the song and music video.



This is a dance song, it’s purpose is for partying. Teenage crime is the time wasted in your youth not having fun, eventhough you’re in your prime, because you were young, inexperienced, under your parents’ thumb, underage according to the law, lazy, drugged out, socially awkward, etc. The mother is doing exactly what the song says and making up for the wasted time in her youth, by having fun now by going out partying all night and sleeping with a young guy. The irony is it’s kinda sad now.