I can sometimes spend an entire month on reddit, doing nothing else. I don't even play games anymore or read or do anything else.
I've lost interest in everything I used to love and my life is becoming more and more boring.
Give me a starter pack to one of your interests and I will follow it.
Please don't post anything that would require me to have friends or to leave my nest and show my face to the sun.
I used to play guitar and I've always wanted to learn how to play violin but it's way too loud. I have thin walls and I'm surrounded by 3 syrian neet families. They're home all day and they complain about everything.
That's easy for you to say. One of those families are second generation immigrants and I'm honestly pretty scared of them. The father is a failed mafia but he still has connections and the son is an actual murderer. About 3 weeks ago they set their crazy dog loose on my chihuahua and it almost killed it. It bit it right through the neck and did that shake thing that animals do when they're trying to rip off limbs. She's fine now but I thought she was going to die. She had a huge hole in her neck.
Why would I? Our insurance companies handled all the vet bills and they sent their dog up to some relatives in the north. They don't bother me anymore and I never have to see their dog anymore. Why would I have it euthanized and create more problems?
I don't give a fuck if the bother other people as long as they don't bother me
Try playing TRPG/ORPG "Dungeon world" rule will be easy to start
Start reading and/or writing. Just figure out what kind of story you want to read, whether it's literary fiction, sci-fi, horror, fuck even romance if that's your thing. Keep reading and pay attention to the way they tell stories, what you like about them, the things you don't like. Eventually just try to figure out what to write. That's easier said than done, but just stare at a screen till you think of something. Could be a dude walking down the street, so write that, then thing of something that happens. If it's sci-fi, then maybe aliens come, if horror, maybe the apocalypse starts, if it's literary fiction, maybe he just meets someone interesting. Just step by step write it. Set goals. I'd suggest reading Stephen King's book On Writing. I'm not even a fan of his but I think it does a good job of explaining the writing process in simple terms. If you're on reddit, check out /r/writing, they have some good advice and helpful tools.
I've worked on a pretty decent story in my head for a while now but I fucking suck at writing. I'm so fucking retarded and autistic and I haven't talked to anyone in so long that I can't even make a sentence. It takes me several minutes to write a shitpost. I have to rewrite the same sentence over and over again until it's coherent.
But I will follow your advice anyway and just put my story on paper and see where that leads me. I may be so retarded that I have to rewrite everything I say several times but at least I always produce something in the end.
Even if you're just outlining it, putting notes down that's progress. And the more you read, the better you'll get at writing and it'll come easier. When you do read, really go slow and pay attention to the way the sentences are structured and if you need the help, maybe even just look up some basic stuff. The Elements of Style by Strunk and White is often cited as one of the best reads for this and closest thing you'll get to textbook on writing.
Every starts out bad. In high school, partially because I was just lazy as fuck, I was terrible, had my senior year English teacher basically tell me to go read a book or I'd fail college. Funny thing is I'd read plenty. Now I'm in a pretty elite graduate program about to finish my MFA (not bragging, just being honest for context's sake) Once you get a hang of it, it comes naturally, and even if it isn't something serious for you I think it's a good habit. I had a lot of anxiety issues, social and others, and still do, but getting better at writing has made it so much easier for me to converse with people. Writing skills translate to verbal. I'd suggest just journaling some too, it really helps to get your thoughts out and think them through on paper.
I've honestly never listened to an audiobook, so not sure really, but I'd say that the actual hard copy is better since you'll be seeing the sentence visually when you type. With an audiobook, I'd think it'd be harder to stop reading and go back and look over a sentence and understand the way the clauses, the prepositional phrases, and everything relate to each other, like it would in a sentence diagram.