>>26481072 I suggest becoming physically /fit/, weight lifting and cardio, or do a auto-defense course. Do a survival course too Vaccine yourself Make sure you get a enough money before starting Then do what >>26481083 said
>>26481331 This, steal a car from a gas station. It's amazing how many people leave their keys in the car, or even leave it running when they are focused on running in to get a pack of smokes or something.
>>26481449 Traveling is only as expensive as you make it.
If you have a sleeping system (tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad) you don't need motels or hotels. You might need to search around for a good campsite that you won't get kicked out of, but it's not that hard. If you have a sturdy pair of legs under you and a good thumb, you don't need a car or bus tickets. The only thing you ever really need to worry about is food, and that can be found for cheap or even free, if you have a strong back and are willing to work.
It's not the most comfortable way to travel, but it's damned cheap and it definitely makes it more of an adventure than just bussing everywhere and staying in hotels for the night.
>>26481072 Take drugs (e, speed,coke,ghb,) and go out drinking. Bars,club,whatever. Place where others are also drinking. The drugs will make into another person. Fun weekend garantiid. And pussy if lucky.
>you will never set sail to explore the world, experience true freedom and become a legend >you will never recruit a group of like-minded people and form a tight-knit crew >you will never develop bonds so strong that you and your crewmates would die for each other without a second thought >you will never overcome hardships and defy overwhelming odds on your way to greatness >you will never discover ancient cities in the sky, save war-torn kingdoms for fun or start a war on an oppressive global government >you will never train so hard that you become able to perform superhuman feats and start being feared and respected all around the world as the government increases the price on you and your crew's heads >you will never experience such a powerful and amazing sense of wonder and adventure
Escapism is the only way to not be disappointed. However, if there's one thing I could learn from chinese cartoons other than the fact that the real world is boring as shit, it's that you should try to experience as much pleasure as possible during your life, that's the only thing that actually matters. Duty, ideology, morality, and all other constraints various authority figures try to force onto you are silly. A man should be the sovereign of his own existence at all times, so just do whatever you feel is going to bring you the most enjoyment. The rest is meaningless.
>>26481653 That's depressing. I feel more alive watching chinesse cartoons than actually living my daily life.
But that's totally my fault. Look at Mao, Julius Ceasar, Alexander the Great, etc.. they changed the course of history for millions of people, they experienced hardships, were a hairs breadth away from total failure and yet they succeeded. They truly experienced Life.
I'm just a wageslave trying to stay fed and pay rent. I don't have any friends at all.
I wish I could have an adventure like Luffy and co, it's in my power if I really want and I'm ready to accept total failure. But I don't know what I want to do.
>>26481786 >I feel more alive watching chinesse cartoons than actually living my daily life. That's because the world today is boring as fuck for the most part. There's no sense of adventure, no risk and no emotion or taste in anything. When you compare works of fiction to the real world, obviously you're going to be disappointed. It's not your fault, the people you mentioned lived in a different time when things didn't work as they do today. Things still had meaning back then. >They truly experienced Life Everyone experiences life in the way they see fit or the way they're conditioned/forced to. That's why I said that pleasure was the only worthwhile pursuit. Regardless of who you are and your individual circumstances, it all fundamentally comes down to what gives you the most amount of good feelings. >I'm just a wageslave trying to stay fed and pay rent Like most people out there. You might think that's your fault, but that argument is meaningless too. At one point, circumstances lined up and you ended up where you are now. Some of those circumstances were inevitable, others were due to your choices, doesn't matter. >I don't have any friends at all Do you want friends? >I wish I could have an adventure like Luffy and co >it's in my power if I really want Maybe. You don't have to have an objective either way. People fool themselves into subscribing to a set way of thinking and that prevents them from seeing the big picture.
Don't ask yourself too many questions. If you want to do something, try doing it. If you fail and feel like starting over, do it. If not, do something else. You don't have any duties to fulfill, you're not forced to do anything.
You want to experience a true adventure? I personally don't believe it's possible, but if you do, then try it out. You don't need a goal to do that, you just need to believe that it's a worthwhile pursuit.
I like to believe that there's an afterlife and that it consists of an infinite number of possibilities and worlds to explore, and that there is no true death for consciousness It's probably just nothingness after death though
lol don't you GET one piece? It used to be about following your dreams and shiz and coming from the bottom up but with time it became obvious that Luffy and his pals were a bunch of Chads predestined for greatness. Maybe OP got too popular IRL and the editors didn't like the rootsy feel of a bunch of renegades banding together so they forced Oda to make him the "chosen one" said literally in the story. Everyone else has connections or training from the top dogs. Blame normies for crushing your dream again since they didn't want the most popular manga to be about a group of nobody hicks.
>>26484264 >used to be about Yeah, which is why the 400 first chapters are the best and then it goes downhill. The message is still clear. >Everyone else has connections or training from the top dogs Nobody in the crew except for Luffy, Sanji and Robin have direct connections to very important people. Zoro is the best example of a nobody who made it through sweat and blood. He managed to get trained by Mihawk because he's that good, not because they're buddies.
>>26484264 Until proven otherwise, most strong characters got where they are through training and getting gud If you exclude the D's and nobles, it still leaves us with Shanks, probably Kaido and Big Mom, Whitebeard, Sengoku, the three original Admirals, Rayleigh, Jinbe, Moriah, probably Mihawk, and a bunch of others Bloodlines and shit are not as important in One Piece as they are in other shounen, there are a bunch of strong characters with literally who families
>>26485307 >>26485356 you guys are faggots, stop trying to sound logical when using memes in the same post you tools, you just can't accept that I'm right, do I have to spell it out to you how elbow rubbing works? eat shit you pseudo-intellectual queefs.
>>26485823 you probably don't even know where >implying comes from, I'm done with you, I'm sick of this whole site, especially when dumb shits like you try to school me by repeating lines you heard from other faggots on here
Is One Piece the most robot friendly anime? >No romance to trigger us >Friendship for everyone >General theme about how it's never too late to live your life >Awkward weirdos taking down Chad's in humiliating ways left and right
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