Ask a 30 year old robot anything.
My life is pretty much over but maybe I can offer some insight to the younger members of this board.
It depends on the context, if this is in school or some other social situation you'll have three choices, either outwit them, t dominate them through aggression or violence, or passively accept your place.
I'm assuming if you're here you're also a loser or at least Mal-adapted to your environment.
From an older loser to a young one I can offer experience and retrospective advice, like they say hindsight is 20-20.
I'm guessing around 50?
As early as age 21 I had cognitive dissonance about 'making it' . But the point in my life when I was absolutely certain that I would never change and I had no control over my will was at around age 28 when I was briefly homeless because I couldn't hold a job.
I don't know you or your circumstances. If you're anything like me in terms of coming from a hopeless environment and having a long history of failure and underachievement you can probably expect the trend to continue.
I guess if you're really young (age 15-18) you can still change.
It's not a book it's just made to look like one
I'd have to give up the internet.
I'm going to post images until I get more questions.
>very true. human society is garbage in general.
You fucking losers are hilarious to listen to
"wahhh society is against"... no honey you're just a fat loser no one likes. Get over it.
Do you realize you're proving him right? The fact that there are losers and winners in this world makes it a terrible place. You're either stuck in the margin of society or constantly held in the fear that you might get pushed in it.
Our society is cruel to most people.