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Why do you think pets wander off and hide when they die?
Do you think its an instinctual thing? Like not wanting to be attacked by scavengers until you are actually dead? It just seems like such a sad thing. To wander off so you can die alone.
No i did not just watch donnie darko.
I bet the answer is some fucking deep ethology
idk, i had that same instinct when I was tripping hard on DXM. Seems like almost every trip I had, I was living my last moments at one point or another. When I was at home tripping alone, I was crawling around the yard looking for a good place to die. When I was with friends, I told them to get rid of me at the river so it wouldn't be an inconvenience when I go.
So I'm guessing instinct
but what do I know, I'm just a common house cat
you gotta pay the troll toll if you want to get in this boy's soul
"i drank 4 powdered penises once I was so drunk" -SFB
"Don't you think it's time that we change freeskiing! We should not take drugs and be drunk all the time and make the sport more makertable so more sponsorers will come and we will get better parks and urban will be allowed"
Our world is so full of regulation that it mutes who we are.
Because they're rather die off in nature than in your microwave
"When I win the lottery I'm gonna buy a mansion and name it "theabortionators estate" you can come an go as you please. Ill have a motorcycle in the garage you can run into a tree" -Kevtron
Possible theory- whatever is going on internally before they die is painful and they run away in an attempt to relieve the pain, idk.
Improved means to an unimproved end.
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