How do I have fun, /r9k/? I'm bored with anime, vidya, and jacking off. I've been a NEET for so long it's starting to get bland.
Variation is the spice of life and all that. Go out for a walk or a run, it's not gonna be fun, but just do it. When you get back home you'll appreciate chilling with some animu again.
this happens to me often.
give it 2-3 days and you'll be back to how you were.
I get like this every couple months. I'll just start doing tons of house work and eventually just read a book or two. after like 3-4 days of that I can fall back into my old routine
I think getting bored like this is just part of growing up.
Sometimes I get into stuff and have a lot of fun, but after I get burnt out of whatever it is I was doing everything just becomes bland again.
I don't really know what to do, I only enjoyed being neet for the first year. Feel like I'm trapped in a prison.
But it would be a lot more bearable with a friend or something. I never talk to anyone.
I work fast food. The pay sucks but I work with my best friend and get to mess mess around at eat free food a lot.
>working a small job with a friend
Lucky. That sounds fun.
I hate the place and want to burn it down every day. But I do know how to make the most out of it. I think me and my friend have the "stoner duo" reputation there. Our managers like us so we can get away with a lot of stuff, just as long as we get what we need to do done.
Hey OP, are you still around? I'm on the same boat, except employed. Outside of those 40 mildly annoying hours of the week, I'm just so done with everything else. But I have an idea... altho I don't want to get into it alone. Wanna come with?
Money. If I didn't work I'd probably get kicked out of my house and wouldn't be able to support myself. Also how else am I supposed to afford anime merch and games?
Some nights can be a lot of fun.
>tfw eating food, listening to music, shitposting on 4chan and bull shitting with your friend while on the clock.
I even get payed to go smoke pot in my car.
Whenever I get this way it's simply because I need to get out of my county and go sight seeing different environment. I feel like I'm in a giant cage and everything feels bland. If you're in Florida go to a beach area and eat out and go fishing.
And if you don't like being around people get a job and you'll quickly get over it; I've been there.
Lern2program bro. It's a skill you can actually make a decent income from and it has a ton of satisfaction when you make something you're proud of. Plus it costs nothing to learn and do.
No. neetbux can't buy my dolls and games. Don't you ever crave for some good food from time to time as well? Aren't you tired of eating whatever your mom puts in the fridge?
It's not like a minimum wage job leads to much more revenue than neet/unemployment bux.
Caring that much about food is an addiction. Proteins and carbohydrates are the same in the end.
You'll die not trying out all the great food of different cultures. Being unable to use the tastebuds the creator has given you to its fullest is unfortunate.
>It's not like a minimum wage job
You start somewhere first of all. You should always look for an opportunity to not have minimum skills so you don't earn minimum cash. Only stupid people stay where they are.
It's not about what we need but more about what we want. We are not animals that settles with whatever we are feed, at least I like to eat things that I enjoy aside from what is necessary
Getting on a bus or a bike and taking it as far as it you and it will go.
Yes, running away. From home is arguable, perhaps it isn't home if you want to get away from it so badly.
Do you live alone or with family? At least you're worrying about how to have fun, and not delving into other solutions.
what's it like being a waster?
19 and not only did you not finish it when you should have one year prior, but you even failed
at that late in the game, why even bother dropping out? you may as well just finish it
>Dropped out of high school at 19
So what, you dropped out during your senior year instead of toughing out a few more months for a degree? Most people graduate before they turn 19.