>went from being NEET for 7 months to working 12 hour shifts at a labour job
>so sore I literally do nothing buy lay in my bed when I get home
>have to wake up at 4:45am to be at work for 6:00am
i was just like you, just not as extreme (9 hours and be at work at 7am)
i am NEET again though, never going through that hell again, fuck you wagecucks
used to pick corn with a semi-retarded guy who also worked second shift at a box factory, had 16+ hour days of nonstop hard labor in 90F+ heat, sometimes he said the factory would be 120 or over.
He broke down and cried in the field a lot and told us to get back to school while we had a chance.
How are you going to support yourself?
I worked a shitty job for about three years before I decided I'd probably rather die.
I've been NEET for months but I have to find something else to do or else I'll run out of money.
>back to school while we had a chance.
What does that even mean? I'd love for him to say that to me so I could go "heh, yeah" and not tell him that I was academically terminated and I can't go to school.
OP, does this seem to be happening?
Also, take a more positive outlook on your situation and try to be grateful for the small stuff. Don't fake joy, but understand there is a lot to be satisfied about. There is some pride to be had, some recognition of work gained that others only wish they could have. And even on the personal level you can enjoy the satisfaction of knowing, to whatever degree, you're sustaining yourself.
>What does that even mean?
He was in his mid-40's and the rest of the laborers were half his age, guy was full of regret and hated his life and that he was too stupid, poor, and broken to change it
>Be wage cuck for 3 years
>one day think of good business I idea
>already spent $15k
>not sure if its gona work out good
Not sure to go through with it, took up drinking to cope with it, I migth quit work next month and go all or nothing, getting class A licence is plan B.
If it works, I'll be making millions within a year.
Also I had investors lined up, said no to them. Scared to risk other people's money.
You migth recognize the company and migth end up being a user of it pretty soon. Marketing will use some themes apealing to millenials...
I only read his original post and there's nothing there that explicitly states he just started.
He couldve been a NEET for 7 months in 2014 for instance or early 2015, been working the jobs for month, and suddenly finds himself fatigued.
if he were working for a few months already then his body would have stopped hurting by now
i've worked doing labor shit before too and i stopped feeling the pain after about 2 weeks, then by the end of the 2 months when i quit i realized how chiseled my arms had become
>He broke down and cried in the field a lot and told us to get back to school while we had a chance.
this made me feel
This I'm the same but 24 I'm scared I'm going to be 30 with no job experience because no one wants to hire me without none