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 No.16121[Reply]

Hi /n/
Not trying to be an ass, honestly, I just wanted to know how you manage to cover certain expenses.
I understand that most of the time other people foot the bill, how do you react when they aren't willing to do so?
More importantly, I'm under the assumption you've got no long term plan, aside from eventual suicide, how well do you cope knowing this?
Any and all information in regards to this topic is very much appreciated, thanks in advance!

 No.16123

Other people cover my expenses.
When they don't I am just homeless (has happened before).
My long term plan is to finish my degree and a miracle will occur and I will work as a computer programmer (lol).
I cope by browsing the internet, playing video games, and wasting time endlessly.



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 No.16087[Reply]

Uh hello, this is my first time posting here.
I usually lurk different chans and boards, rarely do I post in them unless they caught my interest.
But the thread isn't about how am a newfag, it mostly has to do with the social problem I am facing and yesterday it kinda hit me that I am probably spiraling more out of synch lately since I am doing things I don't usually do.

to start off I was a social outcast since the beginning of elementary school which I assume most of /n/ were, back then in elementary I would get bullied and more often than not tricked and ridiculed by my peers, and most of the staff brushed me off as being a liar since most of the kids in my class (at least 2/3rds of them) would say I was lying.
I assume this was the beginning of the end since this stunted my ability to trust other people and open up to them.
The bullying carried on until the end of middle school, of course the damaged was already done i became an apathetic empty person and spent most of my time staying home and skipping classes in high school to drink and do drugs, this was basically the start of my neet-ness.
for 4 years since my freshman year to "senior" year(basically had freshman credits after 4 years of doing nothing) all I did was drink, drugs, videogames, Music, and Movies.
and I had my self to blame, I let my fears control me and influence me that If I went to highschool I would probably get bullied again and that would have been the breaking point honestly, I would have either done harm to myself or to others if that were to ever happen so i shut myself in my mothers apartment and kept to myself. (I would only go outside to either get food or do "business" which I won't specify for the well being of myself and others)

but recently I decided I wanted to change my life around and applied for GED classes, that was around 5-6 months ago I can't remember but that isn't the issue, it's mostly my state of mind currently I almost started to cry in the middle of class and I have been lately feeling a hard pressure near my chest (I would say this the feeling I get when I get emotionally rocky) and I also just feel like giving up and just sit down and take a some time to contemplate some things or just rest,
I don't know if it's the fact that am in an environment that I tried my hardest to stay away from (school) or because this is the end of the road for me.
Of course I felt like this many times since elementary but neverPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.16107

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>>16106
I am currently a student and sometimes this happens to me too. I am usually fairly good at keeping on top of things but near the end of the week I usually lose focus and can barely do any work at all, I usually just stay in bed or play games on the weekends and that doesn't help. Despite these shitty end of the week feels I still manage to wake up each day and do what I need to do (when I need to do it of course). I get especially anxious when I have a heavy courseload and I have projects that I procrastinate on, but it usually turns out pretty good at the end. Hopefully things our way.

 No.16108

>>16107
go our way*

 No.16114

Try to find a foundation to gain social skills in, maybe some kind of game you can play with people in your area.

Whether you can or cannot do that, you should still just try over and over again and eliminate the reasons you fail, and I think slowly you will rehabilitate yourself if you really want to.

 No.16115

>>16107
Yeah hopefully, still though being in this situation is too stressful.

>>16114
am fine with videogames as long as it's behind a screen but I fail miserably in actual social interactions

 No.16116

>>16115
yeah I fail at irl social stuff too. I also really hate giving presentations, and unfortunately for me I have to give a 15 minute class presentation over my term project tomorrow and I havent even started setting up my ppt slides. kill me



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 No.15887[Reply]

Do you brush your teeth?

I don't
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 No.16072

>>15887
>>15917
>>15919
>>15949
>>16038
You guys should!
>>15891
Do you worry you might get a cavity and over do it? Try and think about the problems brushing so much can cause, they're just as bad as a tooth rotting. Think about the enamel anon!

 No.16073

>>15917

Or maybe they won't tell you.

Or maybe you already have cavities and don't know it. Not all cavities hurt.

 No.16074

>>16038

It won't. All foods contain sugars in one way or the other, plus there is a Whole host of dental diseases which do not depend on sugar intake, and can only be warded off by hygiene.

I really don't get this 'no brush' thing, I really don't. We are NEETs, what else do we have going for us beside our (often already compromised enough) health. What difference does to us saving 2 minutes a day by not brushing?

 No.16077

>>16074
Its lazyness bro, you should know by now that neets can be extremely lazy.
But yes, its bad, if you cant be arsed to brush the, atleast use mouthwash.

 No.16113

I brush my teeth like every few days when they start to feel like they have a film over them. I floss ever time I brush.


Sometimes I will do it every day and feel really good about it then i slip up again



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 No.16096[Reply]

> not an english mothertongue and not enough skilled to write a proper english
> therefore feeling lonely even on every other chan that could interest me
> totally unable to build any kind of relationshit in real life without lying even in small particulars such as my name, or my age because I'm too ashame of myself and I fear that other people could despise me as much as I do.
> can't focus on my math studies anymore
> having a familiar background full of shit
> thinking about suicide again for the whole day

what should I do, /n/?

 No.16097

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Post pictures of qt girls, they always cheer people up.

 No.16099

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 No.16100

> > thinking about suicide again for the whole day

Dont we all, you will just have to fight trough this and try to focus as hard as possible.

 No.16102

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>>16096
Just keep your head up right?

 No.16103

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Hey, I like math (I am studying it in university).
It you want to study math together online you should let me know (email me at nacho5656@hotmail.com and I can give you my skype). It is a nice distraction from the real world sometimes, at least it is for me.



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 No.15875[Reply]

Does anyone else wish they were a virgin again?

I'm 26 and I was a virgin until around 22 (I've already forgotten the exact time), I was so desperate to lose it and not be an outcast that I met with a girl from the Internet and threw it away. I didn't love her and she didn't care about me at all, she left, blocked me on everything and got married to someone else last time I heard.

I feel so worthless and hollowed out. If I hadn't been so fucking idiotic I'd at least have my innocence. Now I'm less than nothing.
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 No.16049

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>>16047
How is that alimony going?

 No.16051

>>16046
most women are insane, sorry for the bad lot of lock

 No.16060

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>>16048
>>16049
You guys don't like memes? Get out of internet then.

Which alimony? I guess your mother has been complaining I haven't been sending her money? Fucking rekt.

 No.16061

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>>16060
>Fucking rekt.
For what?
0/10 worst troll ever.

 No.16062

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ITT



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 No.15087[Reply]

I'm assuming the drop out rate among NEETS is higher than the average population.
If you don't mind I have a few questions.

1. Assuming you dropped out did you ever bother with the GED?

2. Was the test difficult and did you have to retake anything?

3. What did you use to study, and what advice would you give to help get prepared?


Thanks, pic unrelated.
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 No.15791

I have a GED. I took a preparation class because doing so waived the fee for the test, but the class was honestly well below the level of the test, like 3rd grade level. I didn't study at all. I did almost perfectly on the reading and writing part of the test, but I only barely passed the math. I'm absolutely terrible at math which is part of the reason I dropped out in the first place.

 No.15837

1. Yes, got my GED. I dropped out when I was a freshman in high school.

2. No and no. It's all pretty basic.

3. I didn't study for anything on the actual GED test, though my state requires that

 No.15838

>>15837
you pass the constitution test. I already did this in 8th grade but apparently it didn't count. Anyways, I didn't have to study that much because I retained a lot of information from then (and considering how long ago that was, it's very surprising). I actually thought I was going to fail that part. I got lucky, I think.

 No.16023

OP here, I feel bad I've been wasting so much time doing nothing so I've started working on my GED again.
I guess I'll post my thoughts on the sections in case anyone else was thinking about getting theirs.

English:
practice test score: 169/200
actual test score: 163/200

It felt pretty easy and it could probably be taken quite easily without studying, but most of the questions(to me) seemed to have subjective answers.

Math:
practice test score: 172/200
actual test score: 177/200

It was pretty easy as well but with more clear cut answers, very little of it was new with my 10th grade education.

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 No.16053

I didn't study for the GED at all and scored in the 99th percentile



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 No.16027[Reply]

Are you relatively comfortable with yourself? Have you found ways to deal with the boredom? Have you accepted you're in it for the long haul? This is the thread for you!

NEETs who are content/happy with their lifestyle. How do you do it? What is your daily routine? How do you look at life?

Not bitching general
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 No.16036

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>>16035
are you me?

 No.16037

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It's fun. I have an excuse for it, so that makes things easier..
I just play games and fuck around on the internet. Maybe think about my waifu all day.

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 No.16043

I'm currently playing an mmo and completing everything possible.

 No.16044

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>How do you do it?

No idea I just do.
>What is your daily routine?
wake up turn on the PC get some food and stay on the internets then i go to bed.
>How do you look at life?
I look at it as a chance to do what you wanna do.



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 No.15805[Reply]

Since the beginning of my NEET status, there's one thing that's always bothered me: the percieved lack of a reason to exist.

I just feel guilty, being such a burden. It wouldn't matter how much those that care of me would be willing to accept it. I really haven't changed since last year, and I'm starting to feel really bad about it.

How do you work through it, fellow NEETs? What do you tell yourself is the reason that you should continue breathing the next day?

I'm not considering suicide, this is simply the most relatable image of Tomoko I found, but I'm definitely not feeling great.
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 No.16013

>>16002
Boy you're full of stories. The one of how exactly you found the guy also sounds interesting. Also your Akagi is nice.

 No.16014

I've been neet for way to long, I'm 23 now and have been one for years. I tried to break out of it when I was still a teen, but failed.

I have nothing to show for the past 6 years of my life, no friends/job/education. nothing.

 No.16024

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>>16013
Thanks. After the Akagi drama aired I was really into series again LOL

Warning for TL;DR AND TMI:
As for how I met my current BF, I signed up for a dating site. Figured that if I'm gonna be NEET I might as well try settle for someone like my ex (mild-mannered programmer) who I could mooch off of, even if those aren't the most exciting types. Since I have a vagina and like vidya I quickly got a ton of messages from such geeky types, and I soon went on dates, ranging from akward to boring. But as they say, third time's the charm. Before we met I had no idea what to expect. He was anything but boring, and after the first date, we agreed I'd come visit him in a week. Didn't fool around yet then. But second date I confessed to him "I'm a masochist" and before I even realise it I'm getting choked, slapped, hair pulled, underwear stuffed in my mouth, etc. All the things I wanted but never expected to ever get. Next morning the condom tears and we have to go out for a morning after pill. And I tell him I had it before, after I was raped while in Japan. The night before I implied as much but it was apparantly too subtle and he went quiet. While I was at it I figured I might as well tell him about my Asperger's. Didn't go over so well either LOL. There's also cultural differences and an intellectual gap. For us both, English is our second language. But he's a scholar, so he's used to conversing in university level English, whilst I learnt my English from VIDYA and the net. That, and living as a NEET for several years multiple times has NOT helped me develop into a well-rounded adult. I have a huge complex about, and meeting one of his best friends from uni made my anxiety even worse. I felt like a bumblibg idiot. So I'm struggling to match up to him intellectually, even considering going to uni for Philosophy, but I think it will destroy me.

In a short period of time we've done things people normally do in months or years. But even though I feel like it's not gonna end well, at least I feel like I'm alive.

 No.16025

>>16024
It's a good one, even if extremely over the top and things take forever to happen, almost like the weeb equivalent of an old radio drama but with jewbeaks and sweat.

Nice. Sounds rather unstable to be expected to last in the long term but real nice. Good luck. If it's any consolation it seems to be unreasonably hard for anyone contemplative and brighter than average to find people to relate to perfectly anyway; I wouldn't get too hung up on the gap, otherwise that insecurity is more likely to screw it all up than the difference itself is. Especially if you make it a self-fulfilling prophecy, IE "well of course it'll break apart eventually".

As for myself, well, I can actually relate to your perception of others. I grew up really isolated and came to the conclusion that I'd missed out on a lot of the potential that lies in my youth.

Then I actually got out and met people and realized most of them are boring as hell, dim and I can barely relate to them anyhow. So I live with the goal of finding someone I can relate to and talk to constantly about deep shit, someone to support and support me, because that seems like really all you need.
(.. And as I say that I realize I may sound like some of the people you knew in art college, but oh well.)

Then my first real shot at that is fucked up and I get extremely depressed and wonder if I can find anyone else like that. But allowing yourself to be self-pitying and just do nothing, regressing in other words, you can kiss your chances of finding someone like that goodbye anyway.

My reason for continuing is some combo of that and wanting to write more. That and the fear of the eternal unknown which drives people to impose meaning where there is none. Suicide has always seemed on some level silly.

 No.16831

Moved to >>>/hikki/326.



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 No.13948[Reply]

Are there any neets in San Diego that want to hang out and smoke a bit of weed?

I'm a female neet and just got my medical card a few days ago.

I think it would be fun :)
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 No.15961

>>15960
top laugh, I live across the country and if I lived near you this would be already arranged.

 No.15963

>>15961
This makes me sad, I'm sorry anon.

 No.15970

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ITT: hardcore "drug users"

 No.15972

>>15970
Why do you hate fun?

 No.15978

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>>15972
Because its fun



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 No.13600[Reply]

What are some things you do (or don't do) as a NEET that others would consider gross/disgusting? Whether it's not showering or brushing your teeth or booze-fueled vomit sessions or even something like obsessing over people through social media. You share and the rest of us won't judge (hopefully).

I tend to wear the same clothes for days on end. Even if I shower I'll just slip back into the same t-shirt and jeans. Don't really know why but it sure feels comfortable.
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 No.15816

>>15808
Why do you do this?

 No.15817

>>15816

Pathological levels of frequent arousal. Or in the case of cleaning so much, the fear of being caught unclean I guess. I don't like filth, full-stop.

 No.15818

>>15815
>Dumpster diving electronics
Fuck, I want to do that but I'm afraid that folks might see me

 No.15828

piss bottles, piss on floor, never brush teeth but use mouth wash and floss. Not that bad really. Mother always complains though.

 No.15965

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I'm getting queasy reading this thread.



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