At this precise moment there are passionate young men sacrificing a life of ease, social conquest and material comfort for the sake of producing great art. How can post-college /lit/ users justify their slow drift towards regret and mediocrity?
As a NEET, I can't imagine the sort of self-hating and masochistic personality that allows a person to submit their will to the demands of other people. To waste their life and any potential they have performing some tedious daily routine for the purpose of making a lot of money for other people.
>As a NEET, I can't imagine
NEETs are usually incapable of understanding the motivations and aspirations of others not exactly like themselves.
There's probably a link between being NEET and being autistic.
Note: I am not saying your life is any worse or any better than anyone else's
Well that only serves to confirm what I've suspected for some time, namely that I belong in that coiterie of great minds who have produced the best art our species is capable of. Every genius was autistic, and it really doesn't take much logical maneuvering to conclude that my autism is merely a confirmation of my genius.
it always makes me laugh when people come here and start "wagecuck v. NEET" battles.
OP, you would not be saying these things if you were satisfied and happy living the NEET life.
It's okay, OP. You don't have to stay indoors all day, your short stories and poems are bad anyways. Go out into the world and find a job and a wife -- i think you'll find it fulfills you.
t. satisfied, non-angsty NEET