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what's the worst thing you've seen on the internet?
Oddly enough gore doesn't squick me (unless it involves animals, but I just avoid those and haven't been forced to watch any), but pics of dead bodies really gross me out. I remember seeing a dead infant somewhere and that stuck with me.>>27720
Kid being put into a dryer for sexual torture purposes
Man holding up another man's head in front of a camera, and like a fancy HD shot of it too. I've seen arguably worse gore but idk that one just really stuck with me
Seeing gore is like therapy for me, especially with suicide pics because it's like I can die vicariously through them (as cringey as it sounds, but it does work). I don't mind animal gore, but it's not as common on the surface web because of how animal abuse is more closely controlled in the US.
One photoset that really has stuck with me was seeing a man progress through cancer until the very end. By the end, his entire facial structure looked like it had collapsed upon itself and in mere weeks appearance-wise, he had changed into a different person. I guess that made me see cancer in a different light because most of the people who I've known to have cancer irl, I haven't seen them in the later stages, so you still have this image of them in your head as "fine" and just dying in their sleep.
Another video that stuck with me, though not particularly gore-y, was a video produced by ISIS of the beheading of three men. What struck me (well, aside from the ages of the beheaders and the expressions of the beheadees, though that's stuff you can find anywhere else) was how polished and well-produced it was; effort was put into every little detail in a way that felt unreal to me and made me feel scared of them in a way I hadn't before.
Cartel killings are interesting to watch because they never fail to use the dullest knife available. They're always on some shitty phone camera, though.
But the one video that made me feel so terrible that I couldn't even press play was this one where a woman believed in this ritual where putting a frog inside her vagina was supposed to grant you a husband. Pretty sure her shaman just wanted to see pussy, but I could not bring myself to see it.
Someone's account of their life with tulpa babies.