NEET lifestyle (31)

1 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-16 18:07 [Del]

Are you NEET? If so feel free to blog about it here.

How long have you been NEET? Do you enjoy your life?

2 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-19 11:57 [Del]

Little over a year, ill kill myself before 2015 ends.

3 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-19 13:56 [Del]

About 1 year and 1 month now.

Majority of the time was spent either gaming, eating, and doing nothing.
The place I live in is pretty shitty. The neighbourhood is quite loud, people yelling outside for no reason, the usual weekend parties and other normalfaggotry.

I tried to learn programming but it got way too stressfull because of ^ and I gave up eventually.
So then I started to play games everyday for hours on end. I played left 4 dead 2 mainly but it got very boring after playing it literally everyday. So I started old school runescape again, accomplished quite an amount of goals this time.
Eventually I had to quit runescape because I got carpal tunnel, and moved on to some other less click intense games instead.

At the moment I'm trying to make a private server for a favorite old game I used to play. The one I will make will be an older version that alot of people apparently wanted, so it will be somewhat unique.
Anyway I have no neetbux, so if I eventually get to host the server and nobody donates, I will stop with that but before I quit, I'll cause butthurt to the other servers by releasing exploits/hacks for it, then probably kill myself.

4 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-21 00:10 [Del]

3years

5 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-21 14:55 [Del]

3 years of neeting.

I've been enjoying so far, with up and down. I want to thanks all the norman slaves that are working to pay my precious neetbux.

6 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-21 16:47 [Del]

pizza drinks fighting games and synth pop

some days aren't so bad 👌

7 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-22 04:47 [Del]

8 years so far. I'm honestly shocked at how long this has been going on for.

>Do you enjoy your life?

It's not the best, but it's definitely more relaxing not having to deal with shitty people all the time. It could be better if I actually had money to spend on myself.

8 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-23 07:27 [Del]

2 years, been great.

9 Name: Anonymage : 2015-12-05 02:04 [Del]

3 years. It's awful.

10 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-04 07:52 [Del]

Going on 6 years now. In my late 20s. Not bad, but parents seem to have finally given up hope on me and just leave me alone.

When I consider going wageslave (assuming I could somehow get a job or 2 to support myself), the only upside I see is more money to waste on shit that I'll have less time to use due to working all day.

11 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-04 13:10 [Del]

8 years, never had a job.

12 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-05 04:30 [Del]

Been a NEET (I used to skip school a lot before and I dropped of school in 2002) since I got my first own computer in 2005 (had one before in 2001 but it was shared). Since then I spent 5 years on absolute reclusion, arguing on forums, youtube and imageboards about video games. In 2010 I was forced back to college and 3 years from then I got my college degree by not doing much and spending most of the time playing video games and watching animu. I never held a job besides helping my older brother with invoicing and papers (he's a freelance airduct builder, he obviously does not pay me, and I can sort of be left alone by doing this). I also do a sort of freelance work to buy anything I want for my hobbies, by fixing computers, smartphones, building websites, all I learned in those years of reclusion 2005-2010. I'm 24, will hit 25 in February. I'm feeling that this year will be even more void and reclusive for me because I started to hate those small online chats where I used to talk with people, and I'm gradually quitting from them. My only source of relationship outside of my "work" is wizchan now.

13 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-05 08:29 [Del]

Not bad I guess. Although it can become quite monotonous, and it's not always as carefree as some would imagine.

14 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-05 16:03 [Del]

chad williams strikes again heh heh heh devilish

15 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-06 21:51 [Del]

Since I was 14, I'm 22 now. I've seriously considered getting my GED and getting a job. I'm kind of bored, no goals, I mean why not? At least a bit of side money after bills and stuff could be used for video games or something

16 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-07 06:18 [Del]

>>15

>At least a bit of side money after bills and stuff could be used for video games or something

That is true, but take it from someone who works, you won't have the energy to play video games after work, all you will want to do is curl up and die.

17 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-07 16:57 [Del]

>>16
Honestly I'm already at that point anyway, I thought maybe a job and responsibility to get up every day and go to that job and do good would sort of motivate me further in other areas of my life. I can be completely wrong, but right now having no goals or desires or motivation to do anything anymore is just making me feel really empty.

I don't know what I'd even spend the money on though, besides a game here and there, nothing really entertains me or even makes me happy anymore. Maybe I can save up and travel and stuff, that might be fun. I bet you're right though, I'd probably be exhausted by the end of my work day to do anything much.

Just trying to figure out a reason to keep living, you know?

18 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-08 03:16 [Del]

>>17
I understand, but the kinds of menial jobs that a wizard can land are not usually the kinds that give you a reason to live. It's far more likely that they will give you a reason to die.

If you are set on employment consider the following; it's been a dream of mine but I am too scared to pursue it, but perhaps look into an apprenticeship in something that seems comfy. I wanted to do one in jewelery or watchmaking and work in a tiny little quiet store tinkering away with clocks and occasionally repairing or altering jewelery for some normie to keep myself afloat. Is there something along those lines which would interest you perhaps?

Best of luck in whatever you do though, just know what you're getting into when you go for a mcjob.

19 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-08 13:07 [Del]

>>18
Ah, I see what you mean, I already assumed in my head that I'd be displeased with having to interact with lots of people on a daily basis or have to put on a fake smile constantly or that type of thing.

Maybe it's naive of me to say, I was just hoping that the pro's would outweigh the con's. I guess eventually I'll find out first hand, it's probably what everyone has to go through at some point anyway.

You're more than likely right in saying that the kinds of jobs I can actually get aren't going to be the ones that'll make me feel fulfilled. I guess what my hope and goal is to get some experience and hopefully get some kind of job like what you described.

On one hand I have zero job experience, on the other hand I don't really want much. I'm not trying to get thousands and thousands of dollars, just enough to survive, kind of hoping that some day I can land a job that I'll enjoy and just be able to live off of and maybe even save up some once and a while.

Probably naive but maybe everyone has to find out the hard way themselves if it's possible for them or not.

For me, I knew someone who worked as a bakers assistant for a while, they went in very early in the morning and just prepped and began baking before anyone else was even awake, that sounds kind of nice. That type of thing is definitely my daydream job scenario, probably like a lot of people here, I honestly wouldn't mind working nearby a bunch of other people if they left me alone though.

I appreciate the advice from someone whose working though, gets me to see things from a different perspective and sort of prepare myself for realities rather than assumptions

20 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-08 21:02 [Del]

>>19

>I honestly wouldn't mind working nearby a bunch of other people if they left me alone though.

Then I can recommend being a kitchen hand like I am. Short work times on a split shift makes it not as bad as a full 8 hour day, instead working 6 or so hours out of the 8 in 3 hour blocks if it's a lunch+dinner place and usually contact is just the chef asking for something or telling you that a pan or pot is hot when you go to wash it up.

You probably need to do an online food safety course or something to be qualified, but some kitchens just have another hand run you through food safety. If you forsee yourself being forced into employment, kitchen work isn't too bad all things considered. It can be exhausting but it isn't too social thankfully.

21 Name: Anonymage : 2016-01-09 09:54 [Del]

Used to be a NEET. After I had graduated high school, I pretty much went home and never came out. Luckily I had some money. When my father died during my childhood, I was given social security benefits. I wasn't allowed to touch it until I became an adult, at which point I had around $20k.
I survived on that for around 3 years, splitting bills with my mother. But then I ran low and had to get a job, because I didn't have the skills to make money on the internet.

22 Name: Anonymage : 2017-11-22 23:33 [Del]

4 years. I don' have any of the common complaints I hear, like boredom, monotony, lack of purpose and so on. It seems like my brain goes through intense periods of interest for something that can last from 4 or 5 months to many years. In the past 4 years of neetdom I picked and dropped a few hobbies like programming, reading horror fiction novels, drawing, watching movies, learning a second language and even messed around with sculpting a little bit. I also spend a lot of time just imagining what I could do if I just had that particular skill. I guess you could call it day dreaming. Also kept a dream journal for 6 months, fairly detailed. Seems like there's always something to keep my brain occupied somehow. Gaming is a bit of a poison imo, I played lots back when I got Legend of Grimrock 2 and a few other titles but it feels really empty after a while. It's curious.

23 Name: Anonymage : 2017-11-27 17:07 [Del]

I've held a few jobs and tried to go to college a few times, but I always go back to being NEET eventually. I'm a failed normalfag because I still desire a social life. It's pretty much the only thing I've ever wanted or cared about, but my insecurities keep me from attaining it, so no matter what I do I know I will always be depressed. This makes it much harder for me to slave since it's not working me towards any of my own goals; I'm just trying to avoid more social shame which is a shitty motivator for me. Since the depression is the same either way, I end up trying to minimize the amount of time I have to work since being NEET is so much comfier.

24 Name: Anonymage : 2017-11-27 21:27 [Del]

I've been a NEET for years upon years already. I tried to get my GED mostly out of pressure from my parents but every time there is something that gets in the way, though the real reason I never actually get it done is that I simply see no point in it. It's a bunch of trivia that I have to memorize to fill a paper and then get, through several layers of bureaucracy, a certificate the only purpose of which is to get me further in a bureaucracy where actual knowledge and skill are an afterthought.
So I don't really put myself into going through a book of chemistry of physics or biology because I am already interested in other stuff, particularly programming. Here's the problem though: modern day technology is a fucking mess and ultimately... I am fucking stupid. Not quite retarded but almost there.
I used to believe (or wanted to believe) that skill alone could get me a decent position, yet as it turns out, it's a bunch of things before that: from certificates (bureaucracy) to making contacts in the industry, which means having to socialize... and even if I wanted to do it for the sake of da shekel, I am socially disabled (and so dull a plank would make better conversation), and so on and so forth.
Ultimately, I am so confused and dissatisfied by the field, not to mention stupid, that I have ultimately come to build no skill whatsoever. I am really very stupid and even though there is a set of fields that I like, I am uncapable of picking a topic and sitting through a project due to nothing bu my complete idiocy.
I would like to secure myself a simple job at system administration or programming, quite honestly, but I am afraid I'm too stupid to achieve that, so what am I going to do? Apparently, I'll have to deal with being a failure my whole life. And I don't mean that failure means not having a job, but it does mean not having any skill, marketable or not, though marketability will eventually become a necessity for me to avoid ending up in the street....

25 Name: Anonymage : 2018-02-23 05:33 [Del]

Six years NEET.

I sometimes don't even have parents to buy internet, they don't let me live a high life and distract me too much to learn anything online. I sit getting fat (270ish lbs, never been more fat before) and either go on benders watching old TV shows and movies, mostly on VHS, and or shitpost on 4chan as it has enough traffic to make you feel like you aren't devoid of all social contact. As poor as I am, I don't have admin access to my router, cannot buy a VPN that way, not that it would matter due to it being a wifi rented that is a cell network, and am currently range banned from all boards on 4chan, so I'm bored enough to post here. The day before yesterday I stopped my 'father' from his trip on abusing my 'mother' whilst drunk on cooking wine, I wasn't yelling or anything, but called him retarded for throwing shoes at her just because he didn't want her to have a second pair and only one, he ridiculously closed a door on my face saying bye bye in a childish voice (he has a third grade reading level and no social instincts) so I opened the door up, thus saying "don't bye bye me" of which made him go into retard rage mode and shove me, but I just stared the retard down and resisted the urge to pick up a hammer and kill the little retard, as he is free room and board. Well, this place is dead as hell, no point in posting this but I guess I will. Welcome to 2018 textboard.

Oh, and I enjoyed being a NEET a couple years ago before my idiot father decided to fuck with me anytime I was drunk, and he decided to non-stop clean, and non-stop with his petty abuse of course. I am awaiting the bux, but in my state to set up a court date, just to schedule it takes 21 months, so possibly more than two years before an actual court date to see if they'll let me have it. I wish to generate at least 100 USD (yep murika) so I can live in a tent somewhere, but I would have to locate a convenient location first, as I am in a shitty state, I do not want to be homeless here. If I get on the bux, I STILL will want to leave this state, as according to research and my own anecdotal life experiences, it is one of the worst states. Hot as hell, full of old people, get five years for diviners sage, yeah, fuck FL. I cannot be homeless here in this heat, I'd rather die of the cold using a car batter to power a toaster for warmth in a cabin boat on the sea than stay here. Of which some cabin boats are free, and I may end up in the bushes of a lake somewhere here, and just sit naked when it's one hundred degrees in the cabin, pouring water over my head for months.

Also, I have never werked. It'd be nice if World War 3 were to allow for people to appreciate employees again, or if we would bite the bullet, change policies to defeat capitalism and make universal basic income a thing along with replacing jobs with automation. As the automation goes up, and outsourcing happens, our welfare state should have been getting larger, yet the Abrahamic virtue of resisting Sloth, it ruins the country.

tl;dr life is fucking awful sometimes.

26 Name: Anonymage : 2018-02-24 05:58 [Del]

Interesting post my man. 100 USD is nothing. What's stopping you from doing some freelance coding work to make a few hundred bucks?

27 Name: Anonymage : 2018-02-24 05:59 [Del]

>>25 Referring to this post ^

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30 Name: Anonymage : 2019-11-09 07:09 [Del]

Yes. Not comfy, though. My family makes too much noise, and every Sunday i have to go to church with my lesbian aunt and she grills me about it. I have been keeping up a story for her that i've been in school on and off for almost four years now cause if I don't lie she shouts and cries. The roof is caving in. I don't think I've gone a month without seeing red from listening to family living at home shouting across the room and listening to music videos too loud all afternoon. I know that if I wasn't NEET I'd still have to come home to this after working or being at school and i'd be much worse off even if i was out of the house cause i'm a spineless coward that can't confront them about it.

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