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 No.5654

Who is your favorite NEET Youtuber?

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 No.5656

zabujard. He was banned from yt but he's on deviantart and newgrounds

 No.5658

>>5656
>zabujard. He was banned from yt but he's on deviantart and newgrounds

I dont like that guy too edgy for my taste.

 No.5660

All obnoxious norms aside from zabujard

 No.5662

>>5660
>All obnoxious norms aside from zabujard

Zabujard is a faggot.

 No.5663

Not everything needs to be a YouTube channel. It’s a very boring topic to make videos about and if you make money off of it you’re a dumb fake NEET!

 No.5664

>>5663
> if you make money off of it you’re a dumb fake NEET!

I can somewhat agree with that since Youtube is kind of a job and NEETs and Hikis dont have jobs.

 No.5666

>>5664
>NEETs and Hikis dont have jobs
NEETs don't have jobs but hikkis can

 No.5667

Hikkichan wasn't even NEET since she went to school. The entire image people have of her of being either hikikomori or NEET are both wrong.

 No.5669

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>>5666
>NEETs don't have jobs but hikkis can

You do realize if you're working you're still apart of society because weather you want to or not you have pay bills and taxes the whole point of hikikomori is to withdraw from society people who work from home are not hikikomori.





Definition speaking they are all shut-in NEETs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdTZBw5WkeU [Embed]

From Wikipedia

>The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare defines hikikomori as a condition in which the affected individuals refuse to leave their parents' house, do not work or go to school and isolate themselves away from society and family in a single room for a period exceeding six months

 No.5670

>>5667
>Hikkichan wasn't even NEET since she went to school. The entire image people have of her of being either hikikomori or NEET are both wrong.



Thats because Noriko was a persona you retard Noriko was a character created by Ashley Ashley yes was being truthful in her vlogs she had a rough life real mental health problems and was generally a reclusive type of person but the whole female Hikikomori/NEET thing is a persona Noriko Hatakeyama/Hikkichan is a female NEET/Hikikomori where Ashley Hanrahan is not and never was if that makes any sense.

 No.5672

>>5669
I have a question for you, are you considered a hiki if you leave to buy groceries?

 No.5673

>>5672
>I have a question for you, are you considered a hiki if you leave to buy groceries?


I would say yes because most hikikomori actually do still go outside they are just isolated socially they dont work go to school nor have a social life outside the house here is a quote from an article (Quote) “Hikikomori are able to visit places where they feel secure,” says Ikegami, who himself had a period of social withdrawal in his younger days.

“They don’t work or do anything, so they think people are going to criticize them and dismiss them as worthless. They think the people around them will start lecturing them, so they avoid places where people might be,” he says.

“They can go to libraries or convenience stores or train stations — places where they don’t know anyone or where no one is likely to start talking to them,” he says. “Some people might even feel they can go to a convenience store if the clerk is foreign, not Japanese.” (Unquote)

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/life/2019/06/01/lifestyle/prison-inside-japans-hikikomori-lack-relationships-not-physical-spaces/#.XVTTqehKjIU

 No.5674

>>5673
Good, you passed the test.

 No.5675

>>5669
>the whole point of hikikomori is to withdraw from society
It's a coping method. There is no single way one is hikikomori aside from the criteria.

"Withdrawing from society" is very subjective and can occur in numerous ways. Everyone would agree, not leaving one's house or room is withdrawing from society, at the very least on a local level. Using that line of reasoning that having a job (or income, by extension) means one is not hikikomori, then if a hikikomori uses the internet or anything provided by the society such as electricity or water then they're participating in the society and thus not hikikomori.

If one were to active contribute to a society while merely being reclusive, then using the term hikikomori may be less clear in that instance. However, not all hikikomori have parents to support them so some means of income may be their only means of survival, even if it's patreon or surveys. There are many examples of ways someone could make money but still not contribute in such a way that would contradict the term hikikomori, for example, cryptocurrency or web design. Those largely do not contribute to the collective in ways most jobs do.

 No.5676

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A real hikikomori doesn't communicate even online, those who claim to be hikikomori, but still have active online lives are posers, these noob losers still have much to strive for to earn the true pro loser title that is "hikikomori".

 No.5677

>>5676

You're a fucking idiot.

 No.5678

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>>5677
I disagree.

 No.5679

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>>5675
>It's a coping method

No it is a psychological condition where a person coops themselves up at home in a single space due to various personal and social issues in their life.

>then if a hikikomori uses the internet or anything provided by the society such as electricity or water then they're participating in the society and thus not hikikomori.


That is a stupid cop out argument that makes no sense the difference is those are basic everyday necessities to survive in the modern world in at least someway where is working a job and attending school is way more interacting with society than any hikikomori ever would.

>not all hikikomori have parents to support them so some means of income may be their only means of survival, even if it's patreon or surveys. There are many examples of ways someone could make money but still not contribute in such a way that would contradict the term hikikomori, for example, cryptocurrency or web design. Those largely do not contribute to the collective in ways most jobs do.



I honestly don't care what kind of industry you're in because there is usually is something you're selling to someone weather that be a service a product or a skill you can do and to do that you need to have interaction with the outside world and employees to make that happen almost every job you work you have customers so you essentially are still contributing to society and still giving back to society and pretty much almost all at home jobs still require you to sometimes leave the house and go to the actual job and they also require you to go to an in person interview and talk to a stranger on the phone which a real hikikomori could not do and true not all hikikomori are supported by their parents but welfare is a thing you know that right? so yeah my point is definition speaking they are all NEETs because hikikomori means not contributing to society did you even watch the video i linked? also lets not derail this thread okay.

 No.5680

>>5678
>I disagree.

Well you're posting here so yeah you're a idiot.

 No.5681

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>>5680
I never claimed to be hikki, silly.

>a idiot

Its "an idiot", dear. Ironic, isn't it?

 No.5682

>>5679
>No it is a psychological condition where a person coops themselves up at home in a single space due to various personal and social issues in their life

What do you think a coping method is then? Facing some trauma or intensely unwanted situation which brings strong emotions and finding some respite from it in some form whether it be alcohol, isolating oneself, or something else.

 No.5683

It'd be wise not to respond to obvious bait.

 No.5696

>>5683
>It'd be wise not to respond to obvious bait.

Not bait.

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 No.5775

>>5757

What a pathetic edgy attention whoring money hungry jew.



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