This Is The Creepiest Thing You’ve Ever Done, Based On Your Career Choice

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Writer: You’ve penned a story (or had a sick fantasy) about someone you hate dying a gruesome death.

Lawyer: You’ve plotted a murder, because you know you could get away with it if you really wanted to.

Cashier: You’ve mentally prepared an escape plan in case someone comes in and shoots up the store.

Artist: You’ve engaged in self-destructive behavior so that you’d have inspiration for your next masterpiece.

Fireman: You’ve allowed yourself to get burnt to see what it would feel like.

Driver: You’ve had the urge to jolt the wheel into traffic to avoid dealing with the person in the backseat.

Dentist: You were actually happy to cause one of your asshole patients pain.

Teacher: You’ve looked at one of your students and thought about how attractive they’re going to be when they’re older.

Therapist: You once laughed at something disturbing a patient has told you.

Pilot / Stewardess: You’ve seriously thought about who you would eat first if you ended up stranded on an island.

Bartender: You’ve flirted with the most grimy, repulsive people because you wanted a big tip.

Construction Worker: You almost didn’t correct a coworker on their mistake, because you kind of wanted to watch them get crushed or accidentally chop their own arm off.

Waiter: You didn’t just want to spit in someone’s food — you wanted to pour poison in it and watch them choke.

Doctor / Nurse: You saw a patient half-naked on the operating table and had inappropriate thoughts about what you wanted to do to them.

Police Officer: You’ve followed someone with your police car for a little too long, just because they were attractive.

Tattoo Artist: You’ve had the urge to stab someone in the eye with your needle to save them from a tattoo you knew they were going to regret.

Janitor: You’ve taken something out of the trash to keep (or eat) because it was still brand new.

Singer / Musician: Your favorite lyrics are the most disturbing ones, ones about depression and death.

Electrician: Once or twice, during a bad work day, you’ve considered sticking your finger in a socket.

Receptionist: You’ve called coworkers sir and miss to look respectful, while calling them a bitch and an asshole inside of your head.

Security Guard: You’ve thought about whether or not you could beat the shit out of anyone that walked past you.

Hairdresser: On more than one occasion, you’ve considered slitting someone’s throat or jabbing them in the neck with your scissors.

Accountant: You’ve spent time you should have spent working looking at porn.

Athlete: You’ve purposely made another player bleed and acted like it was a complete accident.

Actor: You’re used to putting on a mask and pretending to be someone else, which is why some of your closest friends don’t know the real you at all.

Maid: You’ve gone through items that someone accidentally left behind, because you wanted a glimpse at their life.

Dog Groomer / Vet: You’ve come this close to kidnapping someone else’s pet.

Mortician: You’ve become so used to death that you sometimes wish those grieving families would shut the hell up and stop crying so hard.

Unemployed: You’ve spent full days thinking about how much easier it would be to rob a bank or hold someone for ransom than to go through four years of college and pay off those loans. TC mark

The truth is that you can be struggling and still be loved.

You don’t have to solve your whole life tonight. You just have to show up and try. Focus on the most immediate thing in front of you. You’ll figure out the rest along the way.

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