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19th Aug '17 2:18:43 PM Advena
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* While suicidal undertones are common of Music/TendonLevey's work, albums released towards the end of 2009 (primarily ''I Recant, The Rifles in Mind Recoil'' and ''Bot of Big God, Bomb of His Whirs'') are far more blatant in that they were actually intended to function as his suicide note(s).
19th May '17 8:39:28 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* The reason that Aelita attempted to shut down the Supercomputer in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' Season 2 final, "The Key."

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* The reason that Aelita attempted to shut down the Supercomputer in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' Season 2 final, finale, "The Key.""
* [[TheChewToy Stumpy]] [[CosmicPlaything the squirrel]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' [[RunningGag often says this before]] [[BungledSuicide attempting suicide.]]
21st Mar '17 9:36:36 PM HawkbitAlpha
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The suicide note. The final explanation for why one is [[Theatre/Hamlet shuffling off this mortal coil]], quitting the earthly sphere, leaping off to join the choir invisible. The composition of such a note - rife with anguish, despair, and turmoil - can take a while; this may, happily, lead to an InterruptedSuicide JustInTime. Maybe, instead of writing things down, the victim could leave behind a VideoWill. It could even be part of the elaborate facade involved in FakingTheDead or covering up [[TheCoronerDothProtestTooMuch a murder]]. In a murder mystery, it's often found to be forged in some way by our local AmateurSleuth. The lack of a suicide note will immediately and in all cases prompt law enforcement to suspect that the death is not a suicide even if suicide appears obvious; in this case, the real cause of death will usually be homicide, accident, or natural causes.

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The suicide note. The final explanation for why one is [[Theatre/Hamlet [[Theatre/{{Hamlet}} shuffling off this mortal coil]], quitting the earthly sphere, leaping off to join the choir invisible. The composition of such a note - rife with anguish, despair, and turmoil - can take a while; this may, happily, lead to an InterruptedSuicide JustInTime. Maybe, instead of writing things down, the victim could leave behind a VideoWill. It could even be part of the elaborate facade involved in FakingTheDead or covering up [[TheCoronerDothProtestTooMuch a murder]]. In a murder mystery, it's often found to be forged in some way by our local AmateurSleuth. The lack of a suicide note will immediately and in all cases prompt law enforcement to suspect that the death is not a suicide even if suicide appears obvious; in this case, the real cause of death will usually be homicide, accident, or natural causes.
21st Mar '17 9:36:16 PM HawkbitAlpha
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The suicide note. The final explanation for why one is shuffling off this mortal coil, quitting the earthly sphere, leaping off to join the choir invisible. The composition of such a note - rife with anguish, despair, and turmoil - can take a while; this may, happily, lead to an InterruptedSuicide JustInTime. Maybe, instead of writing things down, the victim could leave behind a VideoWill. It could even be part of the elaborate facade involved in FakingTheDead or covering up [[TheCoronerDothProtestTooMuch a murder]]. In a murder mystery, it's often found to be forged in some way by our local AmateurSleuth. The lack of a suicide note will immediately and in all cases prompt law enforcement to suspect that the death is not a suicide even if suicide appears obvious; in this case, the real cause of death will usually be homicide, accident, or natural causes.

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The suicide note. The final explanation for why one is [[Theatre/Hamlet shuffling off this mortal coil, coil]], quitting the earthly sphere, leaping off to join the choir invisible. The composition of such a note - rife with anguish, despair, and turmoil - can take a while; this may, happily, lead to an InterruptedSuicide JustInTime. Maybe, instead of writing things down, the victim could leave behind a VideoWill. It could even be part of the elaborate facade involved in FakingTheDead or covering up [[TheCoronerDothProtestTooMuch a murder]]. In a murder mystery, it's often found to be forged in some way by our local AmateurSleuth. The lack of a suicide note will immediately and in all cases prompt law enforcement to suspect that the death is not a suicide even if suicide appears obvious; in this case, the real cause of death will usually be homicide, accident, or natural causes.
14th Mar '17 2:45:55 PM kazokuhouou
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* Subverted in ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator''. A girl can be found dead from falling from a great height, and [[BarefootSuicide her shoes]] and a suicide note are found on the roof. Seems straightforward, no? Except the main character, Yandere-chan, is a, well, {{Yandere}}, and, if her language skills are high enough, can push a rival off the roof and ''forge'' a suicide note to throw suspicion off her.
12th Mar '17 2:08:07 PM Monsund
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** The Itchy and Scratchy cartoon in [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E13RadioBart Radio Bart]] has Scratchy find a suicide note of his roommate, Itchy, with the exact phrase goodbye cruel world. When Scratchy tries to prevent Itchy's suicide by jumping in a well, Itchy kills him for no reason.
10th Feb '17 1:27:59 PM maelleofthepumpkins
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* Subverted in ''Manga/Classi9'': Beethoven started regularly writing suicide notes because of his SenseLossSadness, but people who found out about his habit know he is much stronger than he looks and won't actually commit suicide. Beethoven himself says he sees the notes as diary entries more than anything else, and the cast uses the length of the notes as a way to measure how upset he is.

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* Subverted in ''Manga/Classi9'': Beethoven started regularly writing suicide notes regularly because of his SenseLossSadness, but people who found out about his habit know he is much stronger than he looks and won't actually commit suicide. Beethoven himself says he sees the notes as diary entries more than anything else, and the cast uses the length of the notes as a way to measure how upset he is.
10th Feb '17 1:26:36 PM maelleofthepumpkins
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* Subverted in ''Manga/Classi9'': Beethoven started regularly writing suicide notes because of his SenseLossSadness, but people who found out about his habit know he is much stronger than he looks and won't actually commit suicide. Beethoven himself says he sees the notes as diary entries more than anything else, and the cast uses the length of the notes as a way to measure how upset he is.
16th Jan '17 5:23:19 PM TimeLordVictorious
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** A CallBack happens in a later song ("Waiting for the Worms"), where the protagonist says that he is irredeemable while hallucinating that he is a Neo-Nazi leader.
2nd Dec '16 5:55:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* In CarlHiaasen's ''SkinnyDip'', Charles Perrone writes a fake suicide note, intending to cover his tracks as he flees the country, but karma catches up with him first.

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* In CarlHiaasen's ''SkinnyDip'', Creator/CarlHiaasen's ''Literature/SkinnyDip'', Charles Perrone writes a fake suicide note, intending to cover his tracks as he flees the country, but karma catches up with him first.



* An AndrewVachss short story had a psychiatrist advise a child molester to write a letter to his victim saying that he regretted his actions and will never see him again, as it would look good in court. After the letter is written, the psychiatrist pushes him off a balcony.

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* An AndrewVachss Creator/AndrewVachss short story had a psychiatrist advise a child molester to write a letter to his victim saying that he regretted his actions and will never see him again, as it would look good in court. After the letter is written, the psychiatrist pushes him off a balcony.
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