Kafka MURDERED Sophie
2023-04-17 at 3:26 PM UTCI will not rest until my theory is substantiated!
2023-04-17 at 11:37 PM UTCI was taken aback
2023-04-18 at 12:21 AM UTCHE SHE KILLED HIM
2023-04-19 at 10:11 PM UTC
Originally posted by Kafka It was a choice of London or Netherlands. I always have breakdowns in England and found the latter to be a chill place so.
"we never met up"
and then he vanished... riiiiiiiiiiiiight
Originally posted by Banana Muffin Mix It's the perfect crime think about it
Sohpie was known to hang out with some less than savory types that did drugs
I bet all his friends think he was killed/robbed by some random escort prostitute or something
So nobody is looking for a foreigner
THe only proof would be security camera footage of the hotel but the mysterious woman with the victim could be anyone and since shes no longer in the country her chances of being caught are far less
Kafka is a serial killer fuys think about it.. serial killers are known to start with animals
Originally posted by Ember McLain Kafka inspecting the local flock selecting the most plump bird as her lunch today
"It was the bloody cat fuys"
probably killed and ate the cat too
Originally posted by Kafka Cat won't be returning.
Originally posted by Kafka I just found it like this I don't know what to do. I don't think I have a shoebox big enough for it. I'm so upset.
2023-04-19 at 10:22 PM UTCIdk why I crack up when I see the running pigeons
2023-04-19 at 10:26 PM UTC
2023-04-19 at 10:32 PM UTCI hear pigeons every day now. They're the same ones and idk if they were always there or not. Was I always hearing them and just not noticing? It's haunting me. I can't block it out anymore.
2023-04-19 at 10:38 PM UTC
Originally posted by Kafka I hear pigeons every day now. They're the same ones and idk if they were always there or not. Was I always hearing them and just not noticing? It's haunting me. I can't block it out anymore.
Were there a lot of pigeons around when you murdered Sophie? Sounds like someone has a guilty conscience.
The pigeons know what you did.
2023-04-20 at 12:24 PM UTCPigeons
2023-04-20 at 12:42 PM UTCI am CONVINCED this was a murder
2023-04-20 at 12:43 PM UTCNo 1 cur
2023-04-20 at 12:46 PM UTCIf only it had been a murder/suicide...
2023-04-20 at 4:22 PM UTC
2023-04-20 at 5:39 PM UTCSoyo guys are all just totally fine with a literal murderer going unpunished?
2023-04-20 at 5:46 PM UTC
2023-04-20 at 6:37 PM UTCLol
2023-04-20 at 6:51 PM UTC
Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Wariat will set the score straight for us.
What happens when he stops posting?
And then someone else?
Are you just gonna let a serial killer run rampant going from place to place, never being caught and you being powerless to prove it.
How can you live with yourselves doing nothing, just letting it happen?
I don't believe in calling the police, but I do believe in karma.
Not as some spiritual magic but as a simple law of the universe, if you do enough bad things and piss off enough people one day one of them might be angry enough to kill you.
The ironic thing is if someone killed Kafka nobody would have any idea of her evil deeds and would weep over an innocent womans death.
2023-04-20 at 7:58 PM UTCLets ask ChatGPT
2023-04-20 at 8:01 PM UTCYeah muffin man, nobody’s gonna be weeping…you can take that to the bank.
You spent enough time up her ass, why don’t you kill her?
2023-04-20 at 8:15 PM UTCSo if I killed a member of your family would you feel the same way? Indifferent?
Originally posted by Haxxor You spent enough time up her ass,
Because I don't get triggered and emotionally attached to every word someone posts? Just because I don't hate boner someone doesn't mean i'm "up their ass" which is a much more fitting description of your creepy obsession with some random internet peoples life.
Originally posted by 88✝ĦShadow88Legion✝Ħ88 I am reminded of a Dutch phrase Sophie often said here
"Wat je zegt ben jezelf, met je kop door de helft"
Google translate says this means:
"What you say about yourself, with your head in half"
"It is often used to convey the idea that the words we use to describe others are actually reflections of our own qualities and perceptions. In other words, what we say about others reveals more about ourselves than it does about the person we are describing."