I think some of you might be confused so i’ll just leave this here.
(never quote sherlock when i call you a psychopath again or i’ll shove a wolverine up your ass.)
To be entirely fair, neither of these terms are psychological so much as they’re colloquial.
Both refer to an individual experiencing antisocial personality disorder. The disorder is characterized by flat affect, lack of empathy, lack of a conscience, manipulative behavior, etc. Most people with the disorder (as well as the general population) use the terms sociopath and psychopath interchangeably.
So basically what I’m getting at is that nitpicking between sociopathy and psychopathy is hilariously redundant.
This was magical.
If you ever needed a reason to follow @TheDailyShow, this is it.
Here’s the original segment, in case you missed it.
Today is a very special day. It’s this little guy’s birthday
i feel something when i watch Daryl’s staring face…
…but before i figure it out my brain always bursts
Cats stuck in things