That might be technically true, but it’s not been my experience.
Maybe the pain is still there, but I no longer feel it.
Chrysophase2003 - April 14, 2012, 6:22 pm, #233303
A part of your frontal cortex lights up when you're in pain in order to cause the sense of revulsion that makes you want the pain to stop. Technically, you're designed for pain to hurt no matter how long it lasts.
question: why is this here? I have always thought that really depressing stuff is a good way to parody the annoyingly uplifting motivation behind the kinds of poster some of us love to hate. So by that criteria, this poster belongs here.
Since the dawn of time, we have been debating politely amoungst ourselves what should or should no be on MotiFake. Last night I may have taken another run at that. But now that we have such things as MotiTwist, PolitiFake etc. some offerings do beg the