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Too old for 4chan

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How old is too old for 4chan?

I am 34. I've been posting here since around 2006 and I've watched it evolve over time. From my early days as an innocent /b/tard spamming Bel Air and Rick Roll threads, through all the wasted years on /r9k/ which became my venting outlet to the world but which slowly poisoned my mind in the process, dipping in and out of other popular boards like /fit/, /fa/ and /mu/ in the process. It feels like such a long time now since I first stumbled across this place as an ebaumsworld exile. I was in my early 20s, a socially anxious loser but strangely never in the slightest bit interested in anime, weeaboo culture or video games, the crux of 4chan's appeal to most. I arrived here by chance and never intended to stay. And yet all these years later, as I approach my mid-30s, I am still an addict. And I still don't really know why.

I've promised to quit so many times over the years but yet I can't help but waste hours every day shitposting for attention or getting into arguments with other anonymous losers, most of them guys half my age on the other side of the world. What a waste of time it has all been. I'm at such a strange and pivotal place in my life right now. I am a manchild wondering how the hell things came to this. I find myself adrift with no career, no independence, no girlfriend and no social life. Everyone around me finally grew up when they turned 30 and now they live like grown ups. I sit and post on 4chan and make vague plans that never I never really believe will come to fruition. I think it is time to finally say goodbye.

I could get nostalgic for all the years spent here. As pathetic and regretful as it may be, 4chan has taken up a significant chunk of my adult life and its impact will stay with me forever. I never really belonged here, I wish I could explain it better. I'm a "failed normie" I guess with one foot in the real world, one in my clandestine internet loser world.

Should I stay or should I go?
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Oh just stay ffs
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>>17975445
Age is but a number ...
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there's no where else to go , unless you want to join the normie-net
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OP here

I often think to myself that there must be other guys my age who have been on 4chan since the mid-2000s. I find it hard to believe that all those /b/tards suddenly got their shit together and become fully functioning members of society, leaving 4chan behind as a distant memory. As the years go by, the 4chan userbase will surely have a growing number of older members?

Another weird thing is that for all the thousands of hours I have spent here over the years, not a single person is aware that I have ever visited this site, it has never come up in an irl conversation ever which goes some way to showing how "normie" the people around me are and how unaware they are of my dirty secret.

The fact that as man approaching middle age, I think in terms of "normie", "Chad" and "manlet" shows the impact that 4chan has had on my outlook on life. I was here long before the Pepe plague began.
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>>17975445
What are you going to do insteaed?
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Here from the start
still cannot leave
I am an addict though in most areas of my life
and of course never to good habits it doesn't work that way

Face it
This is the last bastion of freedom
With a large enough profile of people that actually read your shit

However I am convinced that some of us have been put on watch lists for spending a lot of time here

Sure, you might waste a bunch of time but you get a real laugh out of it
Most humor is too afraid of offending now
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>>17975459
I'm in the same boat , turning 29 years old. I really can't stand most the site now though, the kids are too edgy and naive. I just hang out here to give some advice and sort of feel like I'm helping a little.
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4chan is the social network of the outcast op

I'm 29, started here at 22~24 (don't remember) and only in the last fee months started posting

Why? Loads of reasons. Vent, share stuff that I couldn't even with friends, laugh, help, get help...

I'm not the average 4chan-er either. I'm not socially awkward for years now, have a great gf, have a good relationship with my parents, and so on. But what brings us toghether is not what makes us different from each other, but what we have in common. I don't own my own place, I'm broke as fuck, I have mild anxiety and depression... So even though you're not a weeaboo, you know you'll find someone here living the same dramas as you

Anonimity plays a good role too. You can ask stupid shit in one thread and answer bluntly honestly in another, be considered a filthy sandnigger whore faggot in one thread and godlike ripped alpha chad in another simultaneously, without needing to roleplay those things. It's just different people seeing different faces of the same person and evaluating them with zero social consequence. It's also so much easier to vent with people you don't know, and here we know for sure that we'll never recognize each other again if we don't want to. We're all just masked strangers in a huge bar venting to each other.
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>>17975463

Spend the time on more worthwhile pursuits maybe? Actually learn and grow as a person instead of just killing time here. Fuck, even video games would be a better use of time and I haven't played a game since MW2.

>>17975468

I often wonder how seriously authorities take 4chan and chuckle at the thought of someone sat in a bunker analysing my self-pitying shitposts and troll threads. I do not find this place amusing anymore. You could once have genuinely interesting debates, even on fucking /b/. /r9k/ was quite liberal and philosophical before it became the cuck obsessed whinefest it is today. Although I must admit, I have whined there as much as anyone over the years. It became a crutch, a place to admit my deepest insecurities in the absence of any real life listeners.

>>17975469

4chan has always been a toilet and most of the posters outliers, losers and outright sickos. But it did once have a sense of something resembling community. There was a collective spirit which has long since gone. I think its ultimate fate was sealed when moot called it a day.
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>>17975472

Summed it up beautifully m8.

>But what brings us toghether is not what makes us different from each other, but what we have in common. I don't own my own place, I'm broke as fuck, I have mild anxiety and depression... So even though you're not a weeaboo, you know you'll find someone here living the same dramas as you

This is a big part of it for me I think. I can't relate to Japan obsessed autists but I seek to find solace in the fact that there are others out there of a similar age to me who have a total lack of success in life. The older you get, the worse it gets. Not a day goes by where I don't think endlessly about what a mess my life is. Yet rather than change, I find myself drawn to shitposting.
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>>17975489

Yeah that's pretty much it for me too. I have a gritty sense of humor so I started by just browsing /b/. But recently I became more talkative and started to post more, but /b/ is a shithole and moves too fast. Tried /r9k/ but seriously, people there are beyond salvation. And finally came to /adv/.

A slight lack of availabe friends is part of it for me too, and here there's always someone available 24/7.
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>>17975564

/b/ has always been a hole and ridiculously fast moving. But nowadays its basically just a porn board and nothing more. /r9k/ is just sad, the pepes, traps and cuck obsession I think shows a lot about the mental state of a lot of young men today. Certainly wasn't like that just a few short years ago.

/adv/ is definitely one of the more sensible and interesting boards.
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>>17975573

Yeah /b/ too is now just cucks and attention whoring traps, not much more.

When I began in /b/ there was a lot more to it. Even the eventual pedos added a ~shaddy~ feel to the board, like the final frontier of the open web. Dark humor, OC gore, first hand news and so on. Now cucks destroy every thread that isn't someone showing off their woman.

/adv/ is cool. Moves slowly enough to keep track of multiple threads, and there's some depth to the problems here, even if more than half the threads are bitter virgins and cheated/cheaters lol
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Never too old for anything. I'm 31 years old, first got my fix with somethingawful in 2005 and found out about 4chan in 2008. Dove head first into /b/ without knowing what I got myself into and almost lost my sanity.
Stayed away for years but cautiously lurked /a/ and /v/ off and on. Fast forward to now, can swim through the piss ocean of /b/ and butt heads with the /pol/tards. But unlike you, I missed a chunk of the good stuff.
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OP i'm one of the laziest people on the planet. Man child at my moms house. Mental illness. Learning disability. With nothing going on in my life until my late 20s. No drive, no ambition, nothing. But the instant I discovered a goal I really wanted that changed everything. Now I am ready to push myself every day and am obsessed with pursuing this dream now. Every inch of progress is immensely rewarding and motivating to keep trying. I'm completely turned around now. It's time to stop putting that off and do some research and discover what you want to do that will get you really excited in your life. Make a picture of the exact life you want to live. Figure out what your dream life is. And once you have zero'd in one what it will take to make that life you will be willing to do anything to make it happen.

And if at all possible get checked by a doctor and therapist in case you may have underlying issues that need treatment to help you become independent. That was the case with me. After all no matter what excuses we use, it is just simply not normal for somebody to not move out of their moms house until their mid to late 20s. There is probably most definitely some kind of underlying issue going on. Or enough of a red flag for you to check just to make sure an issue is going on.

And if you are diagnosed with something major, take a genetic test to find the medication that works best with you with the least side effects. That exists. Bring it up to the psychiatrist. They swab the inside of your mouth with a Q-tip.

If you haven't already, exercise is a MAJOR life changing difference you can introduce to help your motivation. My confidence has shot up immensely after I started looking better from exercise. But you don't want to randomly exercise. Find a training routine that is designed to get you specific results you want. Runners train different than body builders, etc. And pick the best most reputable training routine you can find for a beginner.
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>>17975618

My life is pathetic but I try. I exercise at least. I have goals, but I highly doubt they are realistic or even possible. But still, I must try, otherwise I will be a manchild forever

Quitting 4chan for good must be the next step
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OP I'm about to turn 34 and must have been here 9-10 years. In that time I've gotten divorced, started another ltr, bought a house, learnt to drive, changed career, improved my education, gone through changes, but I've always come back as 4chan is a time sink and my version of television or other more normative media.

I'm OK with this, I'm a product of the Internet age, starting out with Windows 3.1 and compuserv, aol, dial up modems, irc, icq and all that. Totse, stileproject, something awful.

What else am I suddenly going to into? Even complete normies watch several hours of TV a night.

I suppose only you can decide if an activity adds value or hinders you in life. I feel that I get what I need from my interests.
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>>17975445
Just leave, man...

People can say age doesn't matter all they want but how do you really want to spend your life..

Take a break for a year - you're not going to miss anything.. go on a road trip.. have some fun.. focus on something else.

Being 23 I am about to x the page off and get off of 4chan because I keep reading posts about people who are so addicted and waste 10+ years of their life doing absolutely nothing.
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>>17975688

OP here

Wise move. I was your age when I first arrived here. Different era, for sure. But its amazing how easily this place sucks you in.

>>17975686

Kudos for having your shit together whilst still enjoying 4chan. Disproves my belief that most oldfags are complete losers like me.

I have friends that have great lives yet spend every evening playing Xbox for hours or watching Marvel films and shit like that. I ask myself if that is any better than browsing 4chan.
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>>17975459
Same guy as in >>17975452 .. I'm 49, comparably normal and has been here since 2005. Think in the same monikers .. zero fucks given - was using similar terms before my assistant showed me this place. You overthink the issue .. everyone have kinks and this place is nowhere near the strangest shit I've seen/experienced. Primary using site to harvest pics, have a laugh and dispensing more or less useful advice. That and following bunkerbro on /diy

Tl;dr it's cool just make sure to get out in rl now and again
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>>17975445
Hey OP, I'm 30 and have also been visiting this place for 13 years. I moved through plenty of boards and in the last couple of years I really only check out /adv/ or /sci/ once every few days. I can't quite say I'm in the same position as you, but I can assure you 4chan has not hurt my life in any way. I started out an anime-watching 17 year old fat high school virgin with barely any friends, I finished my studies while shitposting here, I served in the military while arguing with anonymous idiots, I traveled the world for a year, came back to my country, started and finished med-school while still enjoying this odd site. I even recently started a PhD. I had my first kiss while browsing this board, my first time having sex, my first girlfriends and many relationships afterwards, including my fiancee. I even managed to get fit and meet practically all my close friends while constantly having 4chan open on my computer.
I really think you can have a great life while still browsing 4chan, so I'd recommend against leaving if you enjoy this place. Of course If you do feel it hinders your life in any way you could try and use it less, or even leave completely
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>>17975757

OP here

It must be me. 4chan is merely a symptom of my failure as a human, not the cause
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>>17975792
You just need to learn how to balance 4chan with your personal life.

Just takes time and effort.
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>>17975792
Im 29 here but im slowly getting my life in order, i usually lurk in /x/, /pol/, /tg/ and here, everyone have issues with this tragic comic thing called life, dont look for excuses and analyse yourself, what u want, what u can do, everyone have the chance to get redemption, just keep fighting, pal
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>>17975445
there is no escape
enjoy
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I'm 28, and been here since I was 19. Every day is repost day, forever. See you tomorrow, dude.
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>>17975792
It definitly is

Don't take me badly, but procrastinators (I'm one too) will always find an excuse for not doing what they want or should do. There's lots of things everybody can do, but just won't because staying where we are doing what we use as excuse is much more comfortable.

So the problem ia not browsing here, the problem is what you (we) should be doing instead, what you're replacing with it
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>>17975445
It could be worse, you could be a 30 year old woman who is also still on 4chan.

Something about it is extremely addictive, but I've discovered that the more I get social and I feel good, the less I come here. I also hang out in things that I think do harm in the long run, like /pol/. I came for the anime, stayed for the memes and became unable to leave.

>>17975459
Some people know, but then I don't have a good social filter in place and I sometimes spout memes before remembering that not how you act irl. If I sound like an autist, it's because I am. So they asked what the hell was that and I tell them.

>>17975666
you will naturally quit the chans as you work on your goal, i think it works the other way
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>>17975445
I'm starting to feel too old for it as well. I also started using in 2006. I'm tired of degenerates and pedophiles they just make me angry instead of laugh now.

I think the only way to quit is if you take up another hobby. Theres that one saying "the devil makes work for idle hands" and I think that perfectly describes chronic 4chan users like us. Imagine how fucked up our ideals and default thought patterns are compared to the average person, it's all because of 4chan.

Pick up woodworking or some other shit, anything other than this.
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Don't forget you're here forever
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Stay!

I'm going to be here as long as this site exists!
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>>17975986
yeah, 29 year old woman here... i tend to come back during winter depression, and mostly post some nice words here lol
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>>17975445
>How old is too old for 4chan?
18
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OP or someone else, can you please write me to [email protected], we have much in common. But I'm a 35 years old woman from the other side of the world, who has been on 4chan for several weeks now, but it doesn't matter. Moreover, I'm seriously ill now (very seriously) and just want to chat with someone who can understand, the same loser as I am
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>>17976272
>who has been on 4chan for several weeks now

what
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>>17976280
>Moreover, I'm seriously ill now (very seriously) and just want to chat with someone who can understand.

It's a trap.
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Why do you call yourself a loser? I would never call myself a loser. It's just the way I live. That doesn't make me superior and it doesn't make me worthless, it's just me.
If someone calls you a loser or "to kill yourself" they must have deep rooted issues and are very unhappy with their lifes. Or they are just provocative for the sake of being provocative.
I wish I could help you somehow, but I can't, I don't even know who you are.
And to be completely honest, how I'm dealing with my situation is to literally work myself to death. I've had a heart attack several weeks ago, because I work through 3 days and nights regularly, without taking a break and not eating.

It's the only way of suicide that I know of that won't hurt anyone permanently, but myself.
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>>17975445
I'm 33 and I visit 4chan once every few days. Mostly /int/ /mu/ /tg/ and /adv/ as I enjoy giving advice.

I dont really care about my age moreover I think that people that care about their age are stuck in their teens mentally.

I dont have a wife or kids and I dont plan to, nevertheless it would be nice to have a family but I dont want to force things just to fit in with my friends.

Maybe you are overdoing something and this bothers you. 4chan is fine - just a web page. It isnt intoxicating or negative. It gives what you put in.

Is it really 4chan or your internet addiction that is driving you insane?
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>>17976314
Unfortunately, no, it's cancer. Cancer patients are welcome...
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>>17976280
Yes, improving my passive english in a gloomy solitude. My social anxiety prevents me from posting the same post to the native-speaker imageboard *facepalm*
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>>17976354
Though they seems to be much less friendly...
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Shitposter since 2008 here ,nobody leaves
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I'm pretty much raised by this site, started browsing sometime around 2010, I was 14 back then, 21 now.
I grew up in a very isolated area and my parents never really cared much about me, so I could do pretty much whatever I wanted to without any supervision.

I can't remember exactly, but I think it was my older cousin who first showed me /b/.
I remember seeing a gore thread or whatever and just pulling the plug out of the wall in shock lol.
It kinda messed me up but I kept coming back, there was something so fascinating about it, the real, genuine collective animal-like madness of the human mind, all displayed in one place.
Then I continued to lurk around there for about 2 years until I started exploring other boards, I've probably frequented at least half of the boards on here at some point by now.

Through it all I don't think I've suffered that much from it.
It has certainly hardened me and for a while I had a kinda twisted worldview but I don't think I can blame 4chan alone for that, my childhood wasn't that great to begin with. I was ready for most things when they showed up in my life, stuff like sex, death, drugs.
I've learned a lot of things, talked to some really interesting people, it hasn't all been a waste of time.

Here we can interact with no strings attached, we can learn from people coming from all different walks of life, we can read the news, we can do pretty much whatever we want. I think it's a wonderful thing and a tool if you have the right mentality.
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>>17975445
You should clearly go, bro. I am similar to you, 30s now, I came when it was spun off from the somethingawful forums, so I'm as oldfag as it gets. I used to love /b/, /r9k/, and others, but as I got older I mostly just stick to /adv/ and /diy/. I like what 4chan represents in a way, and I feel like /adv/ is like some sort of halfassed community service I can perform for the kids who I used to be like.
But you seem aware that your time here has come to a close, and it's better to just accept that. Even I can admit that it's a horrible waste of time
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I'm 35. I've been posting on and off since the mid-2000s when a friend introduced me to /b/.

I don't really think in 4chan speak though. I come here sometimes because it's enjoyable to be able to talk freely and not have anything tied to you. Not that I spout racist or homophobic shit or any of that nonsense, but sometimes it's nice to argue and be angry and say emo shit and not have to worry about it being tied to your username or, god forbid, your real name for the rest of all time.

I do kind of hate 4chan culture now that Trump has been elected. It seemed like back in the day, all that racist, sexist, and homophobic shit was just shock value humor. Now it seems like the kids here take it super seriously and it's gross.I will now actively speak out against it here and there, then I just get called a cuck or a tumblrina by some edgelord 14 year old before he goes back to fapping.
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people tend to waste time on one thing or another. if it wasn't 4chan, it would be something else
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>>17976586
Yep, It's just a symptom...
Btw, It's good to get an advice from an older person...
So glad to see you here, lol
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I'm 38 and I've been on here since 2007. I'm comfortable with it.
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>>17975459
>I find it hard to believe that all those /b/tards suddenly got their shit together and become fully functioning members of society

Trust me, that's not really what happens. You just start to outgrow the humor a bit and your values change a bit.

Boards like /b/ and /sp/ are just way too childish and edgy anymore. /tv/ is still funny as fuck. Other boards still have a lot to offer. I'm almost 28. Been on 4chan for about 10 years.
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4 chan is definetly a waste of time just like most other forums out their.

I only use this site at work to kill some time. But when I actually have free time to myself I avoid this site and actually try to live my life.
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I'm 28, I only post here whenever I'm sick, so like twice a year since about 2009.

It's sort of fun to see what new obsessions people have and the new memes but besides that, I feel completely different from virtually everyone on the site. I am extoverted, successful with girls, and generally positive.

It's still a mildly amusing time waste when I'm sick.
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>>17975445
35 yo here. You can 4chan all you want bruh.
pic related is proof of my oldfagness

As long as you're not staring at distant places and daydreaming the'res no such thing as wasted time.

Maybe you're just overthinking things?
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>>17976206
Best answer ITT

Joke apart, 33 y.o. here, on and off 4chan's /g/, /hm/, /adv/, /wsr/ since 24ish I'd say. Before that, I had just never heard about it, perhaps because it was (and still is) a lot less well-known in my country than it is in English-speaking countries.

As long as 4chan doesn't become someone's life I don't think there's anything unhealthy about it (save for /pol/ of course). Quite the contrary: anonymousness is a refreshing respite from the rest of the net, and some boards have been really helpful to me (thanks /g/, thanks /wsr/).
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>>17975449
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>>17975459
>it has never come up in an irl conversation ever

4chan had made more than one blip in conversations in recent years, aside from a single fellow anon, everyone who talked about it got the impression that it was a super sekret klub with hackers.
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>>17977484
>You just start to outgrow the humor a bit and your values change a bit.

I've always found the level of misogyny here sort of grating.
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>tfw wasn't here form the start
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Can you oldfags tell me what differences each board has then and now, I'm interested as I've never experienced it.
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>>17975585
Really sucks that there use to be like events happening every day on /b/ but now if I go there it's just like /gif/ and maybe once there will be something funny happening
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>>17975445
You haven't left because you haven't found a social life and activities to keep you happy and distract you. Until you do, you'll keep coming back.

I'm 27 and I've been here since 2008. When things are going well and I have things to do and people to be with, this place is the furthest thing from my mind...for months.

Then when things fizzle out and I find myself alone again, I'm back.

Only board I visit is /mu/ for the most part and the discussion is god awful and has taken a nosedive since I started posting there. But you still get the occasional good thread.

Boards like /adv/ are significantly more useful and of better quality, because they're less of a community.

I should probably come here more often.
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>>17976522
You aren't Pegasus, why do you keep tripping when the real one obviously left?
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>>17975445
if you have to ask then yeah youre probably old. but that doesnt mean you cant better the website. (probably not going to happen but worth a shot)
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>>17975472
i dont think 4chan is an outcast site. i feel like a lot of normies have joined this site since 2014 at least.

also i only go on here because i hate all of the links on reddit its not user friendly and i dont appreciate my questions being logged publicly.
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>>17979844
This. Fucking this. I've been lurking on 4chan for years. I tried reddit and I was lost. I don't like their "hive mind" mentality.
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>>17979896
I like reddit, but for me it's more of a resource than a social place. This is more of a social place than a resource.

This place is more like a primal scream type room. I don't have to worry about reputation or embarrassing myself. If I get angry, who cares? If I say something stupid, who cares?
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>>17979911
I like the ability to speak my mind. Whether someone agrees or doesn't agree is fine, I'm able to do that. No one can down vote me or down vote a post I made.

Reddit can be good, but it isn't for me. I don't understand the community and why everyone acts like the Borg.
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I'm 23 and have been here since I was 13. Even I feel I'm too old for this site now but I have nowhere left to go really. I'm a wageslave, no skills or goals, my family has split up, died off, and been reduced to drunken deadbeats. I wake up hating life every day and wish I had the money or ability to move somewhere else and escape it all, but I lack that, and I lack the motivation to do anything or change my life.

Sitting here and shitposting for 10 or more hours every single day is the only relief I can find, searching for answers amongst a sea of likeminded individuals. With the advent of the smartphone, dropping in and shitposting is easier than ever. I doubt I'll ever truly drop 4chan though without serious life changes. It's more of a symptom of a real issue rather than an issue in its own, so there is no problem with it. Come here and shitpost with us in the abyss, until the darkness passes.
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>>17979645

OP here

Back in my 20s I was going out every single weekend. I had a girlfriend for 4 years too. It never stopped me from posting here relentlessly.
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>>17979984
Shitpost in the abyss. Like your post. Where are you from?
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>>17980964
I wonder where do you want to escape from.
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I'm 40 and have been on 4chan since pretty much the beginning. There are lots of people 30+ here, but we are far more lowkey and don't normally bring it up.
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>>17981001

because of how fucking pathetic it is
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I work in investment banking and I never could break out of the teenage weeb phase no matter how much I pretend to be a normie, adult businessperson in real life

I wonder if there is anyone like me out there
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>>17980964
Im just your average americlap. But here it doesnt matter, does it? Thats why its so great.
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>>17981064
No, because we are not immature manchilden who desperately need validation.
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>>17981078
It doesn't, just abstract cultural interest and stereotypes: USA is the land of great money and opportunities and so on. Thus I guessed you were from one of the... developing countries.
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>>17981601
Good luck, guy...
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>>17975445
i've seen anons in their 40's on /k/. and I remember some story of a 60 year old guy on /b/ a long time ago.
I don't think this place has an age limit.
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