One fun thing about writing - and you can call me a sick little monkey if you want - is that you can let your evil side out without fear of retribution. Now, I know some of you are just plain nice and probably don't even have an evil side but I am not one of you, just to be clear. I have lots of bad thoughts and wish horrible things upon those I deem deserving (a prime example being people who hurt children or animals - they all deserve death - see how evil I am?). Sometimes I take my evil out when I play games and become a thief or an assassin, like when I was playing Skyrim's predecessor, Oblivion. At the end I was the leader of both guilds and I didn't get there by playing nice. Other times I just take my general frustration with horrible people out when I kill bandits and Imperial soldiers in Skyrim (trust me, they both deserve it).
But when it comes to writing, my true evil comes out because I sometimes kill completely innocent people who never did any wrong. Like Sven Lindstrom. I hung him last week. And he won't be the first.
How about you, where do you let your evil out?