On Parasitic Sociopaths.
We all know at least one.
Unfortunately, we have a friend who's thrown us off and become trapped in the spell of a sociopathic parasite who is sucking them dry. Pathological liar; deeply committed alcoholic/substance abuser. All The Things!
We've even heard this POS is trying to move into our (estranged) friends family home, taking in all around him.
You know the type. Here's to hoping everyone involved figures it out soon and doesn't subject anyone around them to the narcissistic bullshit of this useless bowl of fuck.
Here's a definitive set of dictionary entries that very accurately describe that piece of shit human known as a parasitic sociopath:
One who is affected with a personality disorder marked by antisocial behavior. Urban Dictionary: A person with antisocial personality disorder. Probably the most widely recognized personality disorder. A sociopath is often well liked because of their charm and high charisma, but they do not care about other people. They think mainly of themselves and often blame others for the things they do. They have a complete disredard for rules and lie constantly. They seldom feel guilt or learn from punishments. They embody malignant narcissism. Though some sociopaths have become murderers, most reveal their socialpathy through less deadly means such as latching onto romantic/sexual partners and sucking them dry emotionally, financially and physically. Examples of sociopaths: Charles Manson. Ted Bundy. Josef Rudolf Mengele.
Sociopathy: A lack of interest in, or care for, the rules of society. Malignant narcissism: Pathological grandiosity, lacking in conscience and behavioral regulation, characterized by joyful cruelty and sadism.
parasite noun adsecula, barnacle, beggar, borrower, burden, cadger, destructive agency, follower, leech, loafer, mendicant, nonworker, panhandler, scrounger, sponge, sycophant
Related to Parasite:
1. Biology An organism that grows, feeds, and is sheltered on or in a different organism while contributing nothing to the survival of its host.
a. One who habitually takes advantage of the generosity of others without making any useful return.
b. One who lives off and flatters the rich; a sycophant.
2. a person or thing that is difficult to get rid of
[C16: related to Late Latin bernicla, of obscure origin]
intr. & tr.v. cadged, cadg·ing, cadg·es
To beg or get by begging.
[Perhaps back-formation from obsolete cadger, peddler, from Middle English cadgear.]
Synonyms: cadge, beg, bum1, mooch, panhandle1
These verbs mean to ask for or obtain by charity: cadged a meal; begging for change; bum a ride; mooching food; homeless people forced to panhandle.
leech 1 (lch)
1. Any of various chiefly aquatic bloodsucking or carnivorous annelid worms of the class Hirudinea, of which one species (Hirudo medicinalis) was formerly used by physicians to bleed patients and is now sometimes used as a temporary aid to circulation during surgical reattachment of a body part.
2. One that preys on or clings to another; a parasite.
3. Archaic A physician.
v. leeched, leech·ing, leech·esv.tr
1. To bleed with leeches.
2. To drain the essence or exhaust the resources of.
To attach oneself to another in the manner of a leech.
[Middle English leche, physician, leech, from Old English lce; see leg- in Indo-European roots.]
Depending on alms for a living; practicing begging.
1. A beggar.
2. A member of an order of friars forbidden to own property in common, who work or beg for their living.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin mendcns, mendcant-, present participle of mendcre, to beg, from mendcus, needy, beggar, from mendum, physical defect.]
mendi·can·cy, men·dici·ty (-ds-t) n.
8. One who habitually depends on others for one's own maintenance.
a. Informal A glutton.
b. Slang A drunkard.
v. sponged, spong·ing, spong·esv.tr
4. Informal To obtain free: sponge a meal.
1. To fish for sponges.
2. Informal To live by relying on the generosity of others: sponged off her parents.
v. scrounged, scroung·ing, scroung·es Slangv.tr
1. To obtain (something) by begging or borrowing with no intention of reparation: scrounged a few dollars off my brother.
2. To obtain by salvaging or foraging; round up.
1. To seek to obtain something by begging or borrowing with no intention of reparation: scrounge for a cigarette.
2. To forage about in an effort to acquire something at no cost: scrounging around the kitchen for a late-night snack.
[Alteration of dialectal scrunge, to steal.]
pan·han·dle 1 (pnhndl)
v. pan·han·dled, pan·han·dling, pan·han·dles Informal
To approach strangers and beg for money or food.v.tr
1. To approach and beg from (a stranger).
2. To obtain by approaching and begging from a stranger: panhandled money. See Synonyms at cadge.
[Back-formation from panhandler, beggar : perhaps pan + handler.]