Any socal bots here on this lonely night?
Yeah we know this place sucks, don't remind us
nope. I drive a 17 year old car and have a near min wage job.
I live with my parents.
They lucked out during the early 90s and got the house cheap.
I feel out of place here, but don't fit in the barrio either.
>tfw my city's like the Jeb Bush of Inland Empire
>tfw like wearing jackets because it hides my skellington
>tfw its cold for like two weeks out of the whole year
I dunno man, I like going out to bars with the one friend I have even if it's just to play pool. The lake is nice but I just wish I had a boat. I haven't been down to the lake in a while actually,just been sittin at home playing bloodborne.
310, honestly LA is great for being incognito, just go to a coffee shop and read a book for a few hours. There is so many interesting things and people around no one even notices your existence.
Best people watching place ever and it's open late as shit. Just buy a bottled beverage so you don't have to talk to the cashier.
Rise N Grind
Address: 6501 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
6'4 130lbs, My entire closet is long sleeve, have 5 overcoats. Can't really hide stilts but I feel safe as long as my 5 year old girl wrists are covered. I can't believe winter's over already
dude I love LA, are you from that area? I grew up in Long beach and moved to OC when I was 6 so I kinda missed it, OC is nice in some ways because its less crowded and there's a bit more nature, but obviously there's less to do. I'm thinking about moving back to LA somewhere near Chinatown or Huntington park, definitely on the east side.
It just feels natural at this point, it took me a long time to just accept I was gonna be spoopy forever. Things got better after that. I know your question was rhetorical but I didn't realize it until after I typed out my response fuck you.
Was actually born in Long Beach as well came to the south bay when I was 6... are you me from an split timeline? I guess no matter what events happen I was still destined for r9k. Also why the fuck would you chose to live in ghetto ass cholo east side? The entire USC, HP, Boyle Heights area is horrible. I guess it's affordable though
310 here, bus related
>just go to a coffee shop and read a book
what are you some kind of hipster?
lol what a trip, my parents worked in the south bay (honda) but then they got new jobs and moved south to OC.
thinking about moving to eastside because its more authentic, less gentrification, less new bullshit, more normal working people. and yes it is cheaper lol. But really I feel it has such a better feel than the west side or even mid city.
yeah I could bulk up I'm sure, but when I put too much thought into gaining weight I reel back into miserable emo "I hate myself" mode. I realize I'm not reaching my physical potential but at least this way I can keep my head above water.
Books are harmless, when you look creepy and you have a laptop people assume that you're looking at porn or filming them. Books make you look safe and you can blend in much better.
Are you hispanic? I moved to west adams recently and am the only white person for a
4 mile radius, ghetto as shit