>tfw I'm actually sort of envy some aspects of your NEET basement-dwelling lives
>0 expectations from you
>vidya all day
>limited interactions with other humans
I've built a life of responsibilities and sometimes I just want to cash in all the chips for what you guys have. Other than the fat-bodies.
Well. No one has 0 responsibilities or expecations, but what little NEET's have fades compares to the working man.
Not OP here, and I'm in this moment managing my amortization plans for my apartment.
>Look on these two pictures -- the life of the masses, one long, dull record of struggle and effort entirely devoted to the petty interests of personal welfare, to misery in all its forms, a life beset by intolerable boredom as soon as ever those aims are satisfied and the man is thrown back upon himself, whence he can be roused again to some sort of movement only by the wild fire of passion. On the other side you have a man endowed with a high degree of mental power, leading an existence rich in thought and full of life and meaning, occupied by worthy and interesting objects as soon as ever he is free to give himself to them, bearing in himself a source of the noblest pleasure.
Self-employed is the optimal way to go. The income of enployment and the stress free life of a NEET, best of both worlds.
So far my Monday has consisted of making sure that my team was on track for an hour and the rest of the time is work in my office (read: vidya and the occasional email/phone call)
The ascetic monk is just as indulgent as the hedonist. While one gorges himself on material pleasures, the other deludes himself through neglect
True bliss lies in balance, not overindulgence or denial.
See the strings, but still enjoy the puppet show.
it's shit, I was NEET for a few years and while you do have tons of free time, you have no money and literally anything other than sitting in front of a computer takes money to do. So you end up being stuck inside all day with your only entertainment being your computer, it gets old pretty quick, especially if you live in an area far away from any parks or anything cheap to do outside.
>tfw I only have 5 months until I'm eligible for my electrical license.
What you've described is a fantasy that doesn't exist.
The NEET life is a careful balancing act of preying on the weaknesses of family and friends to allow you to leech off of them continuously.
Everything you do as a NEET living at home is under careful observation.
Playing video games all day? lel, no. If Mommy or Daddy catch you doing that there will be a incident.
No, you must construct one ruse after another to make them think you're being productive. You can play a little bit of games late at night, but usually the passion just isn't there and you'll end up shitposting on 4chan until 5 am.
Hedonistic diet ends up giving you IBS or diabetes or some other terrible condition.