>>35502458 It would start off autistic, poorly-dressed and smelly.
Within a couple of months, everyone would be dressed and groomed to the nines all the time but still autistic. This is what happens every year with this one fraternity on campus where all the brothers are super image-conscious, like /fit/.
On the plus side, people would probably work out more and harder from all the support/peer pressure.
>Average lifting /fit/izens in the east wing >Fatties becoming fit in west wing >/Frauds/ in the south wing >shitposters in the basement
Everyone has a blast. Everyone respects each others supp's, frauds keep all their potions in their own fridges. We fraternize and drink in the main room, smoking room, reading room. High proton bbq's in the garden Running track and pool Whole upper floor is a big ol' fuck-off gym
That would be a decent place to live, I tell you hwat.
>>35502458 I sometime fantasize about me and my bro's living in the same house.
There was a philosopher named Epicurus who did just that.
>Firstly, he decided that he would live together with friends. Enough of seeing them only now and then. He bought a modestly priced plot of land outside of Athens and built a place where he and his friends could live side by side on a permanent basis. Everyone had their rooms, and there were common areas downstairs and in the grounds. That way, the residents would always be surrounded by people who shared their outlooks, were entertaining and kind. Children were looked after in rota. Everyone ate together. One could chat in the corridors late at night. It was the world’s first proper commune.
Sounds great. Epicurus was also convinced it had many advantages for mental gainz
>>35502458 Hey OP, let's take this to the next level and establish some discussion parameters. Are we assuming that males and females live in this house? Is the house in a vacuum? I'd assume we're all assuming the US. Do we all still have the same jobs we have now? Otherwise we'd think we're in for an eternal frat-party, Valhalla-fest. That sounds great, but... ya know... impossible.
>- Secondly, everyone in the commune stopped working for other people. They accepted cuts in their income in return for being able to focus on fulfilling work. Some of Epicurus’s friends devoted themselves to farming, others to cooking, a few to making furniture and art. They had far less money, but ample intrinsic satisfaction.
I think a lot of it would depend on who is in charge of this house (house rules). If this was a social experiment then a Alpha/Beta/Gamma/Delta pecking order would be established. Some of you NEETS would end up rooming together and doing nothing. Some of the Alphas would really sharpen one another's iron and network and really benefit from the close interactions. But, if this was some hotel where we all lived together then probably nothing would happen. I've got work, school, and most hotels don't host huge gay, orgy, whey-haze, lifting parties.
>>35502769 It would have to be an apartment to fit us all in. And then the only interaction would be in gyms or laundry I guess. If there was only one kitchen or anything like a normal house it wouldn't be able to cope with the load from us all
What if we assume we all pitch in, buy ourselves a new habitable planet, and start from scratch, but only populate it with /fit/izens? I know it's not OP's "house," but I think it would most genuinely express /fit/ interactions.
Because communism never has and never will work. >tragedy of the commons >all of history
It will eventually end in forced management of human resources for the greater good. (Like forced Russian Cold-War think tanks, the Great Leap Forward, or the Holodomor.) The only way it works is if everyone in the commune is totally homogenous, and even then it will fall apart.
> tragedy of the commons > of all history > China > World's strongest economy
By pointing this out, it's by no way indicating any form of support or endorsement in Communism. I didn't have this in mind when I wrote what I did, I was thinking more along the lines of democracy. Instead, what about majority wins, but there's one impartial and objective individual who can amend/send back for reconsideration? And that one person alternates every so often (e.g. every month) so each person gets to have that position.
> hungry > makes way to kitchen > hears movement in kitchen > hand on door > listens carefully > ... > cupboard door shuts > tip toes away from door and speed walks back into room to avoid social contact
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