>Chillin at home eating supper after a good day at work
>Friend texts me
>"wanna come over and get shitfaced this weekend"
>remember Friday is payday so I got another $1500 coming in
Why do NEETS live like they do? It's so great knowing I worked damn hard in a job I love and get to enjoy the money I earned with the people I love. How can sitting alone jerking off to anime 24/7 even compare?
> It's so great knowing I worked damn hard in a job I love
Wow, luck you. Do you know how many people work jobs the LOATHE out of necessity? Do you know how many people gave up their dreams and passion to do what pays the bills?
>get to enjoy the money I earned with the people I love
and now this, not everybody has people they love or aspire to own/buy things.
Now, I'm no NEET myself. I'm cashing the dollar as well, but making $1,500/wk is not the norm. You're well off, good for you. Not everybody can have what you have. Enjoy and rejoice.
>Not a neet, but only make like $1k a month
>Also a no friends permavirgin
>Have to scrimp and save just to afford to go back to community college because I have a worthless BA and can't get grants
>mfw I made $380 yesterday alone
>mfw NEETslaves think their lives aren't shit
>Implying I want to waste more time studying political science and end up a destitute adjunct professor.
If I went to grad school I'd want to end up becoming some sort of analyst or administrator.
See the thing is, i worked a lot of shit jobs to get here. I busted my balls for shitty, alcoholic bosses to pay my way through college. If you work for it, instead of mooching, you can get somewhere
I'm a community support specialist for a supportive employment agency. We help developmentally disabled people find and keep jobs. I started college in 10th grade cuz the state pays for that. Got my AA degree, transferred to a private college, got scholarships and paid the rest by working nights at a rehab clinic. Graduated with my bachelors in social work and started working as a job coach, got promoted to CSS and am planning to start a masters program
Also I had crippling anxiety to the point of panic attacks and at one point attempted suicide, but I worked through that shit and now I'm pretty damn proud of myself for how far I've come