Oh, you too? ubuuchon, the only family for worthless piece of shit like us. That's why I am here I guess.
Though it's a good thing I'm in good terms with my mother and brother, but it's not like I talk with them that much.
Don't give up anon-kun, I believe in you. Hold your waifu's hand tighter and keep going on. You're stronger than you think.>>11074
I'm warning you I have a strong cold right now and the fever is making me delirious, and no, I'm not joking. If anything doesn't makes sense or grammar is awful it's probably that.
Well, I think a good start would be promoting discussion of threads and topics that weren't discussed endlessly here. You know, the major problem of /n/ is that actually most of the threads/post are actually the same thing, and we hardly see anything new. And the problem that comes next to that is that people post more of those threads as it seems like to be the right thing to post here. You eventually realize that once one thread has finally been abandoned, a new one, with more or less the same content, is created, getting generally the same responses, which lead new people to think they should post only those things here, and so. Another thing is that most of other lurkers actually don't feel like posting because they see the same things repeating over and over again.
You know, being a N.E.E.T. is actually about taking it easy, as a previous thread stated. Why don't you guys start showing the stuff you do in your daily base and you enjoy, trying to meet new people who is into the same thing? Say, you like doing origami. Either /2/ or /n/ is good for that, origami is cool, and you're likely to get responses of other people who are into it and/or want to learn origami. Ok, let's suppose the thread dies (which is actually what happens with these kinds of threads). You still can post about your crochet sewing, getting other anons into making their own clothes. That can also lead to people posting their creations, say, I don't know, animu-related things or something, and crochet-fashion things, or even other sewing techniques. You wouldn't only be learning about uboachan's interest but also learning things you can do and possibly get money thanks to that, which (possibly) would help anons, motivating them to get involved. And so on, for every board.
The other big problem is that people seems to be posting less. That is something that I personally don't know what to do about; either get a thread where people would like to get involved in, or turn this into a porn page. Who knows.
Personally, I think it's because the topics available in the page are way too narrow and most of the things they could say were already said, either coming from other anon or by themselves in a previous thread.
That, or we can fight against another forum or start a new drama. I wouldn't mind that, we haven't have a real funny thread in a good while. Uboachan used to be a funny place populated by sad people, but it was fun because even if we are not in our best moments of our lives we could still make fun things to laugh together at, just like a hikkichan (I think, if I remember well) user said. And that was what made this place special for us.