Not necessarily though they are certainly better at socializing.
>>25693185 >experiment (i.e. - fail) with a ton of things until they get lucky and learn what they're good at. The average person doesn't do anything like this. You have no idea what a normie is kill yourself.
relax op. Just get a job driving trucks or something. It's ok. Once you have a full time job life seems less horrible because you're distracted by work. Weekends are rough but you can buy video games and alcohol with the money from the job.
Do this for roughly 23,725 days and you're done. Enjoy your remaining years, get on medicare, move into an assisted living place and be one of the few old people who isn't depressed because no one comes to visit them. You've been living alone for your entire life, you're used to it and you know how to enjoy yourself.
>>25693206 The average person does this when they are becoming a teen and later when they are starting college. then they just stick with whatever clique they can find.
The average normie isn't the guy who says "I will try to learn Korean today, I feel like it". He is the guy who went to the photography club once, made friends there, so he sticks with it for the next 20 years.
Who /cyborg/ here? >highly intelligent and creative >skip homework, half-ass assignments, get best grades >educated, good job, good at talking to people and interacting in professional settings >feel disconnected from people, socialize a bit here a bit there, don't feel like I belong in any social groups >don't like drinking or partying >don't really have any good friends besides the gf I live with >Ignored by normies at day, REEEd at by robots at night
>>25693705 I don't want to be a normie. I meet people that I know are good people deep down, but I grow impatient with their boasting and masks and social games that I feel I never really get to know them. It's like a bad joke where everyone is insecure and everyone tries to act like someone they are not in order to be accepted. I'm not having any of that. Nor am I a NEET who sits in my basement with no hope for myself or the future. /r9k/ is better than normie central, but it's not really my home either. I don't know where I belong.
>>25693908 >It's like a bad joke where everyone is insecure and everyone tries to act like someone they are not in order to be accepted. When you get a little bit older, you'll realize that those social games were people indirectly socially pressuring each other to survive.
When you're a teenager, being weird means you have no friends, a lot of sexual frustration and maybe cry a lot. When you're an adult, being weird means you can't get a fucking job and you might be homeless if your family can't support you. Those social games were trying to guide you toward behavior that is conducive to economic, social, emotional success - which coincidentally is also prosocial and good for everyone you know.
Get over yourself, snowflake. They're giving you tough love and you're too narcissistic to realize it.
>>25694040 so in order to be "emotionally successful" I have to drink, go clubbing and pretend to smile when a so called friend in my company is acting like a jerk? If that's emotional success, I don't suppose I'm missing out on much. I'm 22, got a good start on my career and I've been living with my gf for the last two years. None of that is thanks to normies. Not even the gf part. PUAs have helped me with women a ton more than any normie ever has.
>>25693818 Same and I can definitely tell I pick up and master skills way faster and more easily than the average person. Feels good knowing I'm actually superior to normies and not the other way around.
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