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Manipulation Anonymous 787

>What's the most extreme manipulative scheme you've completed?
>How did it affect the people involved?
>Would you do it again?
>Do you feel guilt manipulating people?
>What are your feelings in general regarding manipulation?
>If others were severely harmed in some way because of your manipulation, would that matter to you? Why or why not?
>Have you been manipulated in an as extreme way as you've manipulated others? What happened and how did it affect you?
>Do you take pride in manipulating people?
>Do you feel like emotional abuse is inherently wrong when it is purposefully inflicted? Why or why not?

Anonymous 788

I pretended to throw a ball for my dog. She looked for minutes for it. I've done this a few times now, each time more confused than the last. She still doesn't know it was me.

Anonymous 789

>>787
I made others believe I was a sociopath. Lol

Anonymous 790

I'm the type of person where it shows on their face what they think so I never really attempted to manipulate people.

This is bad but sometimes I kind of wish I was good at manipulating. Others have done it to me so often, I want to be able to do it too as some type of weird revenge.

Anonymous 792

i know this is child's play in terms of manipulation. this is more of a confessional. i hate myself for it but i couldn't stop.
>What's the most extreme manipulative scheme you've completed?
well… i was in love with a man so i told the girl he liked he wasn't interested, then told him the girl wasn't interested. broke up dude and his girlfriend beforehand. i wanted him more than anything. i faked screenshots, broke into his friend's accounts for DMs with his current girlfriend and them, skewed actual evidence to my whims and wants, all because i didn't have what i wanted. i didn't physically hurt anyone but i was awful, manipulative and abusive. but we've been together since high school now. he's the love of my life.
>How did it affect the people involved?
the boy was depressed for about two weeks hardcore then we started dating and everything was peachy. possibly ruined something beautiful between them because of jealousy and possessiveness.
>Would you do it again?
i don't know. i would if it meant having someone i loved. i can't stop.
>Do you feel guilt manipulating people?
yes. a solid yes.
>What are your feelings in general regarding manipulation?
i wish i could stop. this probably isn't even the worst i've ever done. it just sticks with me.
>If others were severely harmed in some way because of your manipulation, would that matter to you? Why or why not?
i don't really know how to answer this because my guilt won't let me.
>Have you been manipulated in an as extreme way as you've manipulated others? What happened and how did it affect you?
no, i recognize my own manipulative tactics too well.
>Do you take pride in manipulating people?
sometimes… but reluctantly
>Do you feel like emotional abuse is inherently wrong when it is purposefully inflicted? Why or why not?
i know it's wrong and i can't stop it. it hurts so many people and prohibits actual natural relationships. i don't ever want it to happen to me. and that's the worst part.

i don't really know what's normal. i loved him a lot, and i still do. i'll never tell him about what i did. i've been living like this my whole life - i'm awfully jealous but you'd never let anyone see it. in high school i lied my way through everything - grades, relationships, prestige. like i said - this isn't even the worst i've done. it's just the one i feel the worst about. i legitimately ruined him and he still loves me and i still love him and everything's fine so… was it worth it? sorry for getting all emotional and whatever. like i said… a confessional… i don't have a name for why i do this. i wish i knew what was wrong with me.

also worth mentioning (very much so): in high school a boy talked about me and i just cried until all my friends fucked him over super bad. house rolled 6 times in 5 nights, egged 3 times, tires slashed, mirrors broken, and back windshield shattered. this was a long time ago, and i didn't have to do any of it. i was always seen as a very protectable (???) girl so i just… cried whenever i needed something done. i literally feel awful about it now. but again… i can't stop. it's been my way of life for a long time.

sorry if this is messy and hard to follow. just typing as i go. you know.

Anonymous 807

>>792
I was in a similar situation when I was in HS and the hard truth of what really helped me was being honest with myself and being honest with the people around me.

Being able to not only acknowledge my wrong doings (which you've already done) but change the way I act because of what I have done was super helpful in just getting over myself.

Anonymous 849

>>792
You are/were kind of scary.

Anonymous 850

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>What's the most extreme manipulative scheme you've completed?
I don't know about the most extreme one, but I'll go with this one:
I have a lot of my (online and irl) friends' and acquaintances' passwords/credentials without their knowledge and use them to read their personal posts, DMs, really anything I can get my hands on
>How did it affect the people involved?
I don't think anyone has found out because nobody has tried to change their passwords. I'm trying to use it for good by being there for them when I know they need someone, making myself out to be a great match as a friend because I know all their likes and dislikes and so forth but I know that in the end it's not real.
>Would you do it again?
Yes, I'm still doing it whenever I have the opportunity to get access to an account
>Do you feel guilt manipulating people?
Yes but more than anything I'm just afraid of getting caught.
>What are your feelings in general regarding manipulation?
I think it's really interesting to see how far you can get. But I know that if someone did that to me, I'd feel extremely violated.
>If others were severely harmed in some way because of your manipulation, would that matter to you? Why or why not?
>Have you been manipulated in an as extreme way as you've manipulated others? What happened and how did it affect you?
Not in the same underhanded way, but I've been bullied a lot. It really fucked up my self esteem and now I have an extreme desire to be liked. I want to be everyone's best friend even if I don't particularly like them. I also try to get any guy to like me no matter if I'm attracted to him or not. It works a lot of the time because I'm very aware of the "type" I am and the kind of guy most likely to fall for me.
>Do you take pride in manipulating people?
Yes.
>Do you feel like emotional abuse is inherently wrong when it is purposefully inflicted? Why or why not?
It is, that should be obvious.

Anonymous 851

>>792
The idea of doing this to people sounds pretty exciting. I wouldn't blame you for doing stuff like that.
>>850
Eh, with how little people open up to each-other these days, I'd say your kind of activity is pretty justified. Such low trust warrants it.

Anonymous 855

>>850
I don't understand, how do you get all this login info from people? Are they just giving it to you?

Anonymous 876

>>855
Well, for one thing, don't leave me alone with your computer. Most browsers have an option to show all saved passwords, which I take a photo of with my phone. If I have enough time, I might quickly log into their email address with my phone and delete the suspicious login notification while I'm still able to use their computer, but this is risky. Once I'm in the email account, everything else is just a matter of timing my logins when they're asleep.
If I can't do the email, I just stick to logging into sites that don't notify the user.

Anonymous 878

>>850
eugh, sounds familiar. some people are just not very careful with their passwords and im a nosey person, i suppose… i'm just curious about the personal lives of others

Anonymous 879

>>850
You just encouraged me to change all my passwords, because you sound exactly like my ex friend. He somehow knew everything about all our friends, even though he was a filthy gossip that no one trusted with their secrets. Gross to think he could’ve and probably did go through my emails and Facebook. Hope someone does it back to you both.

Anonymous 880

>>879
Good on you, really. Enable 2FA where you can while you're at it and check if there's any recovery emails set up in your account that you don't know about.

Anonymous 1178

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May have tried to groom a young guy to shoot up his school and be first live stream shooting and only stopped as I revealed who my identity was and was no longer anon.
Got trannies to hurt themselves and tried to get a racist pol person on HRT by pretending to date them and sissyfy them but they got scared off when they mentioned suicide and I indirectly encouraged them by wanting to watch it.
Scam people of money.
Make someone think I was in love with them for months just to hurt them for fun.
I manipulated someone slowly by seeding them with the idea they should start using opiate drugs from online and then I started to convince him he should just do heroin as it is more cost effective.

I just wanted to see if I could fuck his life up.
I scammed some incel guys (they deserve it as I heard they want to roofie womam)
>that is off the top of my head I have hurt and played with many people for fun




>How did it affect the people involved?

hurts my friends the only people I care about so I am ceasing all bad stuff I do
>Would you do it again?
I hope I dont
>Do you feel guilt manipulating people?
No not at all but I would never ever hurt a friend or manipulate a friend,
I got a friend a gift who left me for a while because I kept trying to fuck with people and
she asked if I scammed for it and I did not lie…I never lie to friends.
>What are your feelings in general regarding manipulation?
>If others were severely harmed in some way because of your manipulation, would that matter to you? Why or why not?
I would not care to be honest is what I would say but I am chnaging to be a better person and learning empathy with help of a friend I care about
>Have you been manipulated in an as extreme way as you've manipulated others? What happened and how did it affect you?
no not at all, only psychological abuse from my mother
>Do you take pride in manipulating people?
yes some people for sure as I see it as winning.
being able to beat psychiatrists at their mental chess is great
>Do you feel like emotional abuse is inherently wrong when it is purposefully inflicted? Why or why not?
if they are bad people it is ok.

I am a garbage human and I am changing and I do not want to be bad.
I am not a bad person I just need to change.

Anonymous 1179

>>1178
wow. you (were ?are??) terrible. other posters' confessions are just catty but you're just. terrible.
pretty sure this is illegal in most places.

Anonymous 1180

>>1178
>I am not a bad person
you definitely were but at least you're trying to change. i wish you all the luck, anon.

Anonymous 1181

>>1178
Incels deserve it
And nobody who'd shoot up a school because some girl on the internet tells him to wouldn't do it without her input. What I mean is that if you had been enough to convince him to do it, then he would've done it anyway.
Same with the drug addict. Everyone knows drugs are shit, he's still responsible for his own actions.

The only one I feel bad for is the one you led on. You're not that horrible.

Anonymous 1184

>>1178
Wow, that's awful. You're awful the best you can do is it at least stop doing it.

Anonymous 1185

>>1178
>I am not a bad person

You're the worst I've seen in one of these confession threads, and I've seen a lot.

Anonymous 1186

>>1185
Am I just completely desensitized from a decade of chans because I don't think that Anon is the worst I've seen? At least she didn't rape anyone or got anyone to actually harm themselves. Boundaries and morals break down when you're in that kind of environment with anonymity and hostility everywhere. It happens.

Anonymous 1187

>>1186
Yeah I didn't word it clearly. It's not anon in particular, because you see this a lot on gossip sites for example, but the actions with the mindset are… very low tier. Most people try to justify themselves in some way (even if it's fake) but seeing someone openly carefree is a bit different.

Anonymous 1189

>>1187
https://desuarchive.org/r9k/thread/49109958/#q49109958

not fake, that guy who try expose me was an incel who fell in love with the girl (yes I know it was a girl but you have to LARP as a guy on R9K and discords INB4 I am a male)
I did do it to try help a friend at first.

OP of the thread is same guy I was seeding to take drugs and I even manipulated him to stress I shouldnt be doxxed while I told the girl I had to pretend to be scamming her to my "incel friends" or they would disown me


Incels deserve all the hell they get, stupid guys that ignore other girls who are not stacy.

Anonymous 1190

>>1189
You're a bit confusing here, at least to me.



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