Human Parasites

the better the host the more virulent the parasite

Humans are known to be prey to more than 350 parasitic organisms, some of which hurt us, and some of which can kill us.  Around 850,000 people die every year from malaria, which is caused by a mosquito borne parasite invisible to the human eye.  Whereas the tapeworm, which can grow up to 30 feet in length inside the human gut, will rarely kill its host.

These are not the kind of parasites I want to write about today, instead I want to discuss Humans who are parasites, a person who exploits others and earns their trust through flattery, trickery, false promises, emotional blackmail, sex….. and the Gods only know what else.  A parasite will use every trick in the book, and some that aren’t, to gain your acceptance, liking, and trust.  They will con their way into your home, live there while contributing nothing, steal your possessions and your money, promise you the earth and give you a pile of shit, and then break your heart.

Along the way the host may do all kinds of unwise or terrible things just to keep their parasite happy, marrying the parasite and having children by the perhaps being the most unwise and terrible in the long run.

He will say he’s your Father Christmas, he’ll say he’s your dream come true, and then he’ll break you, and take everything you love and hold dear.

Losing possessions and cash because of a parasite is bad enough, losing your freedom and self-respect are much worse.  For a woman especially, there is nothing worse than becoming the prisoner of a parasite.

In one very specific way, I have been a parasite ~ but then I fucked up in a very bad way.

~

jack collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

4 responses

  1. You seem nice and super sexy.

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  2. This was one of your more profound posts. It resonates.

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  3. I am reminded of the Golden Rule here. We truly should treat people with love, because in the end, I believe that is what we all truly seek. Thank you for sharing this post.

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    1. Another golden rule; as we give, so shall we receive

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