There Can’t Be Only One

Want a good excuse to scratch your head and wonder WTF? Here ya go. If you don’t want to read the whole thing, the high points are:

  • She offed her husband because she hated him
  • She murdered her son because he was “worse than a pest”
  • Her daughter, the uncooperative bitch, didn’t die. Her sin? Having student loans but no job.
  • Her other daughter is such a good girl that she helped her mother do the deeds.

The story reminded me of my own dear old Moms. The last “real” conversation we had with her, if you want to call it that, was all about how she was looking forward to the life sentence she would receive after murdering us. Being elderly, in poor health, and disabled, she’d get no work details at all and could spend her time watching television and reading books. “I’ll finally be rid of your worthless damned father”, she said, but her favorite part was “no more god damned laundry”. She started some time before explaining how she’d get clean away with the murders, but came to view getting caught as preferable. If she got away with it she’d still be stuck with my father and doing chores, and that would never do.

I hope they sentence the evil skank in Missouri to life at hard labor without parole, and make her pay off her daughter’s student loans and any debts the corpses left behind from her earnings. It wouldn’t serve to reform her, which is impossible anyway, but it would chap her nasty damned hide something fierce.

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17 thoughts on “There Can’t Be Only One

  1. lovelylollipop

    lol my mom would consider killing us for sure… she also have requested my compromise to kill her if she ever gets too sick … idk what is it with certain moms and their fixation with murder.

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    1. happierheathen Post author

      Thanks, man. Y’know, I’ve reached the point at which I’ll consider any/all threats credible. That’s probably overreaction, but I’m not inclined to think too much about it. 🙂

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    1. happierheathen Post author

      That’s not so uncommon a thing in a family of two or more children ruled over by a strongly narcissistic (or in this case, psychopathic) parent. It’s not the most common case, but it’s not at all unheard of.

      In support groups for survivors of that sort of family, the most common refrain is “Wow, you’re all telling my story”. All around the world, in all of the different cultures, those families all operate in much the same manner.

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  2. grannyandthebaldguy

    I just can not understand how a Mother can want to hurt her children. They are pure evil.

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    1. happierheathen Post author

      I looked it up the other day and yes, they do have the death penalty in Misery. I’d rather, though, that she be forced to work at hard labor for the benefit of the victim who survived, with no possibility for personal gain by it, until the day she can no longer work any more even with heroic medical intervention. Then strap her down and put an IV into her so she won’t dehydrate while starving to death, and tell her once an hour until she’s dead that she’s a worthless hunk of inedible meat and not worthy of sustenance. Just because those things are the worst hell imaginable for a psychopath.

      Not that I have anything against psychopathic mothers, ya know…

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  3. promisesunshine

    their eyes creep me out.
    i’m afraid to say that i’ve occasionally waxed poetic about the benefits of incarceration. laundry is up there. and i think i could probably finish a thought or a book.

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    1. happierheathen Post author

      Ya noticed those eyes, huh? Everyone I’ve known who’s been the victim of a psychopath or hard core narcissist has remarked that their eyes show no emotion, most commonly “their smiles never reach their eyes”, or that it’s like looking into the eyes of a reptile. Creepy indeed!

      Don’t be offing anyone, okay? You’d get work details anyway.

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        1. happierheathen Post author

          Not dead. Evil. Beings who pursue their interests unrestrained by empathy, ethics, morality, or law. And still it’s illegal to shoot them because the law presumes them to be human.

          Pay yer parking tickets, dear. They won’t let you blog from prison and folks like me will worry when we don’t hear from you.

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