Even within my own family the only person I trust slightly is my dad. With everyone and everything else, I try to keep things within my own control as much as possible and avoid depending on people for anything.
>>26127163 Exactly this. Normies will complain about "I don't trust people". I have no need to trust or distrust anyone, other humans are a very small part of my life. At no point in my life is trusting another person even relevant. The concept is foreign to me. I predict how people will act same as anyone else. To me asking "do you trust people" is like if a girl says she likes a guy and you ask "is he nice?".
>>26127201 I think a lot of people who say this have not developed the capability to judge people and their motivations. They are waiting for somebody they see as an authority to give them what opinion they should hold. What Ive noticed anecdotally anyway
>tfw have folders full of nudes from girls i acquired over the years >tfw nobody has a folder full of my dickpicks This makes me feel a bit sad. If i'd be a girl, i'd like it if boys would be sharing my tits and how gorgeous they are.
Only my dad, I trust him completely. I can't trust women though, every girl I've known has turned out to be a scheming whore. Now I'm paranoid and don't believe a girl if she's a virgin. I assume she is lying and a slut.
>>26127274 I can imagine women finding it a nuisance if you would share pics of her throughout the web. A kind of similar feel though, >tfw you'll never have anyone actively interested in your body/dick >let alone sexually interested and wanting your D I'm very much okay not having a gf or anything, but completely lacking any sense of physical/sexual desirability does cause slight sadness on occasion. It's the one thing I'm envious of women about, with practically anything else I'm bloody glad I'm a man in this society.
>>26125085 Yeah, but there is a limit that you should never pass unless you've known the person for quite literally most of the time you've ever been alive. Making more friends into adulthood is such a horseshit concept. There's literally no reason to do it.
>>26125085 Used to, not anymore. Doesn't matter how well I get to know someone or how close we become, I'm probably going to always have some doubt in them. People are always going to look out for themselves first. That means that if it comes down to it, they'll screw you over if the situation calls for it.
>>26125085 >34 replies >literally no one knew that it is a common personality question for job applications How are you even supposed to answer for this? Strongly Disagree or Strongly Agree? It seems both answers are wrong.
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