>realise that people went places
>stories to tell, experiences, travels, some took risks...
>too autistic to step outside your comfort zone
>you'll stay in your yuro town until you die
end it please
There's a huge difference though between "I've never even been outside my home town" to "normal 23 year old". I've known both ends of the spectrum, and it's a huge difference.
That said, most people, especially at 23, are boring as fucking shit.
25 here. no one i know has done anything i feel envious about
i'd feel like that if i knew someone i knew did a really good music album or is doing a really, really funny stand up routine. but i don't care about people traveling, making money, that stuff. who cares..
I no longer wish things for myself, as it is too late. I just want to help others. I don't know enough of anything to make anything out of my life, but I can perhaps be some sort of minor mentor to other people.
threads like this make me glad to be a normie. im chilling with one of my friends right now laughing at you fags and waiting on my girlfriend to get off so we can fuck. at 21 i've probably lived more than every one of you in this thread
The things I feel envious about with my peers are things like parties and events that they're all going to, because I know that I'll never get that chance to do any of it. I also am envious of things that won't effect me yet - like going to prestigious colleges and starting their careers.
We all die eventually.
forgot my pic. that's me before i got skinny and started being a rich chad
>tfw talking to your normie cousin and he has all sorts of stories about doing crazy stupid shit and banging whores
>all I can do is listen and hope he doesn't realize what a loser I am
>tfw 22 year old agoraphobe
>gone nowhere since dropping out of high school five years ago
>autistic, depressed, the whole nine yards
>dream of going to Japan like a good little weeb, but in reality even walking out to the drug store down the road takes days of working myself up to do it
>no money anyways
Almost everyone is insecure about something in their life, especially the people who go to 'high-prestige' destinations or do 'impressive' things and make damn sure to take some selfies for facebook so they can show you how complex and accomplished they are.
Find out what matters to you and do it. If all you wanted to do was sit in your comfy chair and play MMOs for 10 years, if you are honest with yourself and you ignore the expectations of others and 'grass is greener' fallacy, you won't regret the time you spent doing what you love.
I spent most of my 20's playing emulated Everquest, jogging, going to the gym, unemployed, basically accomplished nothing. The only thing I regret about that time is not enjoying it more than I did instead of worrying that I should have been doing something else.
I'm a 28KV and I've travelled all over the world. I have some ok stories, and I saw some pretty amazing things.But in the end, I was still me; the same socially awkward aspie loser that wasn't able to connect to anyone back home. I just did that in lots of different places.
Ultimately it doesn't matter how far we robots travel, because the thing we're trying to get away from is always ourselves.
>I spent most of my 20's playing emulated Everquest, jogging, going to the gym, unemployed
How did you get out of this rut? I'm 23 now and this how I l've spent the majority of my adult life:
I've never had a gf and can't afford to move out of mummy's house so I'm pretty much fucked. The thing is though is that I'm content living this way right now, but I know it's not considered normal by society's standards
Usually you kinda start to chill out as you get through your 20's. Your personality and cognitive processes crystallize I became a little more confident, and a bit more restless about my future. I lost a lot of my ability to fantasize about the future positively, and a lot of my hope for the future as dictated by others, which actually motivated me to replace it with my own vision.
I enrolled in local CC and took the prereqs to go to PT school (already had my bachelors) and that's where I am now (28) (starts next fall)
>I lost a lot of my ability to fantasize about the future positively, and a lot of my hope for the future as dictated by others
God damn anon, that hit me right in the feels. I notice myself slowing losing hope the older I get. I used to fantasize about owning one of the houses I run by at night, buying a cool car one day, or even being married to a qt; but now I simply ignore those thoughts becuase I feel they are pipe dreams that will never come true. It doesn't help that every choice in life I have made thus far hasn't been my own but the decisions of others, whether it be in school, work, or financial. Maybe once I get a gf things will be different and I'll finally man up, for now I will continue to escape life through the outlets I have readily available
Gainz, I guess. I currently lift 6 days a week and run about 4 nights a week. I figure one of these days I'll be noticed at a social event my normie friends make me attend
>tfw almost otter mode
This is me too. I'm 23 almost 24. Been circling the drain since high school. Wageslaved for years, never made enough money to move out, was neet for a while. Recently I've said fuck it. I started college because fuck it. I'm going to try and do what I wanted to do when I was a child and still enjoyed things even though I don't really care about that thing or enjoy anything anymore. Funny thing is, the more I do this. The further I get on my path, the more I start to feel a faint glimmer of enjoying what I'm doing. Also, for the first time in my life, I feel like I might not actually fuck everything up. Like I might accomplish something. I'll still be a lonely kv autist, but in a few years I might have some satisfaction from life in other ways.
Off to night time calculus class. Good luck robots.
>lived and studied abroad
>lived in a lot places in my country
>if I thought "I don't want to do this/afraid to do it " I would do it
>made no new friends
>have the same friends of 15 years
>found no new hobbies
>think I triggered a depression by doing this
>starting to feel better by being true to what I like
Doing things because other people do them is fucking stupid.
we had this insane feels thread a few days ago about normies having these feelings
check out this blog
just look at this stuff, makes you regret not getting drunk and getting normie friends :(
>no life experience whatsoever
>spent almost all of my leisure time playing video games
>at this point I am incredibly bored by them and can't play them any more
>try to enjoy other new things like reading
>incredibly ignorant of world history and geography, so I feel like I'm not able to properly conceptualize any story I try to read
>spend my days continually refreshing a handful of websites
>look for jobs every day but never hear back from any I apply for
I am so fucking bored that I want to kill myself.