What are you lads planning to do once you've made it? Go into competitions? Bang grills?
/fit/ had fps and fph long before rebdit bans, probably before rebdit had those at all
all that "hurr durr all fph on fit is from rebbit" is bull fucking shit, spewed either by newfags or some fucking shills. I can personally vouch that there was a fps/fph thread on /fit/ at any given time back in 2011 (unlike now), because that's when I've started coming here (I remember this because it was when I've started lifting and fapping to traps)
if there was any reasonable population of polacks, every thread with a shitskin would be momentarily derailed.
> you've made it?
The ride never ends, friend.
>Go into competitions?
I've done the whole weightlifting pretty boy thing. It was fun but I didn't get a lot out of it. I'm trying to get into amateur boxing now (I even made a thread http://boards.4chan.org/fit/thread/35644416). Mostly I've been running a lot.
I used to race- I don't want to go down that path again. I enjoy the meditative aspect but running to run faster than other people doesn't hold much appeal.
I have a girlfriend. I would like to marry her. I've tried the whole "be alpha/bang sluts" thing in the past as a way to cope with peer and romantic rejection.
I had some success but discovered that I got little in the way of deeper, long term satisfaction. I am the most happiest when I'm with people who care deeply for me, people who I've known intimately for years- who love and cherish me despite my many faults.
Sorry for the blog post.
I spend much of my time alone and this is the best outlet for me to share my thoughts and experiences; if I do this too much irl I'm afraid I'll come across as narcissistic and because of work and geographical limitations I don't see the people I'd like to see as much as I'd like to see them.
>I had some success but discovered that I got little in the way of deeper, long term satisfaction. I am the most happiest when I'm with people who care deeply for me, people who I've known intimately for years- who love and cherish me despite my many faults.
How do you find these people who truly care about you?
The more aesthetic I get the more shallow people seem to be.
>How do you find these people who truly care about you?
I have a handful of friends who I've known for years now. We ran track and XC back in highschool and we've been through a lot together.