Isn't being a neet supposed to be noble? Don't you enjoy using your free time to make scientific discoveries and advances? Don't you find bettering yourself through literature and volunteer work to be fulfilling? Where is all this depression coming from, I thought being a neet was something celebrated and worth aspiring to.
>>25549886 it isn't for me. i've been a neet for over a year now and i've been absolutely loving every second of it.
imo if you don't have shit you enjoy doing that you can do from your home (anime, vidya, etc) you're gonna have a very bad time. either way though dealing with a little boredom is still several times better than being a wagecuck.
>>25552204 >a year wait there big boy pants. You have no fucking idea how tiering anime and videogames get over the years. Are you seriously so retarded you think you are going to keep enjoying the same shit after five or ten years. You will get extremely depressed, happens to the best of us champ
Okay this is seriously worrying me, I just quit my job to be a neet, I even showed my parents some of the pictures I see on here talking about how being neet is superior, they just laughed at me. Now you guys are telling me that it isn't everything it's made out to be??? I thought that being a neet meant self-improvement and higher education and philosophical breakthroughs, where is all this depression talk coming from? I thought wageslaves were the depressed and unfulfilled ones, why did you guys never mention this in any of the other neet threads?
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