Do you find the way of the aloof to be logical? Are NEETs genius or delusional? Is it dependent on the person's individual ways of learning, or is there an absolute answer?
What if there was someone with an extremely fucked up past, so the torment of what happened lead to them not having the courage to do what they want, ergo becoming NEET?
Is that pathetic or is that taking into account the externalities and innate randomness of life which may attack you?
There's a world of difference between the life and character of Diogenes and some fat kid at home that wants to jerk off and coast off his parents.
Diogenes had more in common with the average bum than he did with some tubby neckbeard that buys anime figures with his parents' cash from the luxury and security of his parents' home.
Don't delude yourself, you losers.
>Not living the literary lifestyle all comfy at home on the state's dime
Nice try wagecuck