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What's making you happy, anons? I pet a dog and ate cornbread :)
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Good chairs are important.

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ITT : Recount and discuss autistic stuff you, Or other people did recently or in the past.
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pretty crunge ngl


wasted 2 years no lifing a minecraft server I only stopped in 2020 and thinking back I have no idea wtf I was thinking


Minecraft is really easy to get sucked into. What were you building or doing?

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I miss the 2000s /yu/.

The world has changed social media has brought out the worst in people and people are a lot more mean to each other both IRL and online now compared to say 14 years ago.

People back then weren't so obsessed with politics like they are today and of course there were no smartphones no social media as we know of it today. People still mostly had IRl social interaction and the internet was mostly still a PC only place and the internet and real life were two different things unlike today.

I wish i could go back /yu/.
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OP has options too. Whenever a anon here opens up in the job, random thoughts, or venting thread op could easily participate in that thread by asking about what anon said. Anons want to be heard in those threads. It isn't hard stuff.



So in other words suck it up and deal with it is basically what you're saying. The only type of people who say stuff like this are the same people who are pro-new internet or people who weren't alive or old enough to experience the culture back then. Plus most of the people on here were born in like 2002 so that makes sense you kids were too young to experience the internet culture of the 2000s and don't understand why a lot of millennials like myself have become very bitter. Plus this isn't just about the internet this is also about life in general.


>So in other words suck it up and deal with it is basically what you're saying
Not exactly. They're trying to tell you that yes, everything's shit right now, but it doesn't have to be. You can post on here if you want to feel the "Secluded place with only people that actually care and know", but otherwise, there's no other place out there (That I know of, at least).
>The only type of people who say stuff like this are the same people who are pro-new internet or people who weren't alive or old enough to experience the culture back then.
I'll say it again: They're not trying to tell you to go fuck yourself if you desire things how they used to be, they're trying to tell you that you have an alternative on here, at least. Even if everything becomes even more mainstream, corporate and normalfaggy, you can take shelter on here. Post about things you like or anything. We can't go back in time, but at least we can set this place up to reminisce the quality of content and posters there were back then.
>Plus most of the people on here were born in like 2002 so that makes sense. You kids were too young to experience the internet culture of the 2000s
Well, I am a 2002fag myself, but I can tell you that I at least got to experience the last glimpse of it. When people weren't so fucking obssesed with politics, when content on the internet was mostly made for fun (flash games especially) and people were genuine, instead of adopting the normalfag mentality of "B-But le cringe xDDD", even though they'll probably never even see each other face to face.
>And don't understand why a lot of millennials like myself have become very bitter. Plus this isn't just about the internet this is also about life in general.
Like I said, I do understand, and I think most people here my age will, too. People like to throw around the "Times were better when you were a kid just because you were a kid", but it doesn't apply in this case. The technological advancements of the last decade have been huge, and there were a fuck ton of them. The world when I was a 4 year old fucking around with Windows XP isn't the same as the one I'm living in today in any way. It all went to shit (With the things you yourself said: Everyone is an asshole to each other for no Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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Write any random feely thoughts which don't deserve their own thread itt

Sometimes I get in a pretty bad mood, and I start to perceive everything as shitty, even things said by people I'm close with or things I would usually like. Recently I once again was in this mood and got upset when a friend of mine poked fun of a thing I liked, so I wrote a whole rant as a response. I knew the reason it annoyed me was mainly my mood but I suspected that these feelings might be something I "repressed" when in a good mood, also I thought "maybe I'm wrong, but if I don't say it this stays inside of me, on the other hand if I say it we will clear things up"
The next day after reading his response instead of feeling like we "cleared things up" I just felt like I acted like a cunt for no reason
Now this is just a new one of the regretful memories that often pop up in my mind to sting me like a needle
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I'm pretty much your age, also studying computer science, also into coding since long before college, also scared that my future will make me really unhappy. I don't think this last thing is that uncommon, if it's of any consolation. I guess it's just not something you casually talk about
People don't annoy me, but when I'm stressed they give me anxiety, and I'm always stressed and sleep depraved during courses. Luckily though this year I'll study from home, which is really convenient if a bit disorienting
>my outlook on things is often affected by arbitrary feelings
I relate to this a lot as well


top lads
>white one
that's the classic RX-78-2 "white devil" gundam from the 80's animu


I actually kept my ps2/gamecube, and all of the games and yet i've lost it in storage somehow. I'm both angry and depressed because i remember placing it in storage, yet after combing through everything, its all gone.
I have the consoles in my possession though.

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I think for many people it's natural to want to feel part of some sort of community. I sometimes come across groups of great people united by the passion for something, but somehow no matter how much I like the group or whether I share the interest for the thing, I'm never able to really feel like part of it. I always feel external, like an alien, a foreigner. Even here, despite sometimes having fun or receiving positive feedback I feel like my background is completely different from the one of most anons, also I don't really have that much of an imageboard culture to "really" be part of the community. I discovered 4chan in 2018... This place a little before a year ago
I've watched (and loved) anime but still <20 series. I know it's not about numbers, but if I was really passionate about it I would've watched hundreds by now. Same applies to anything in my life really
It seems like I can never fully dive into something and as such I feel the difference between me and those who can, and self-reject myself
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What hobbies do you have, op?
>imageboard culture
Nothing you need to know unless you don't know how to use an imageboard, and if anything like moot or whatever gets mentioned but it's more of a conversational thing then a thing you really need to know.
>fitting in (here)
just talk about what interests you. post regularly and stay comfy. nothing too complex.


>What hobbies do you have, op?
Music, as in listening, playing and making
I used to be into programming a lot, but it's been a while
I usually find anime/films/books enjoyable
As I said however sadly I'm usually very slow at anything
>>imageboard culture
I guess I meant more like in a mentality sense. If there's a reference to a 4chan meme I can always look it up
I don't have too much trouble posting either most of the time


I always feel like people are wary of knowing me to well. I have many acquaintances but very few friends. Whenever I see someone I know at the store or on the street they don't mind stopping for a chat but it never seems to go further than that. In the past many people have been afraid of me and I have no idea why.

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cmon twooters, make ur dream waifu
thanks to the power of machine learning

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Lol'd. Get you a waifu that can uncontrollably shapeshift into a massive blob of all-consuming flesh.


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Guys I think she's trying to greentext


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* throws loose waifus into fev soup *

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A thread to talk about how your day went. Venting, talking about future hopes/dreams, or just chatting is all okay.
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I've been in a good mood today. It was a nice day. Yesterday I felt fucking terrible, I was angry at everything. The storm before the calm. I hope you're doing good, anons.


thats nice, things always get better dont they?


Sure seems that way.

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Its finally happening guys, after years of living as a neet im getting a job,

so in celebration lets have a wagie thread, discuss employment, its struggles, its strengths, tips and tricks ect
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ive got an appointment with a service that helps aspies get jobs so wish me luck fellas, anyone else been through any similar kinda service?


Good for you, anon. I've never been through that process but I hope it goes well for you. Do you know anything about what kinda job you'll be offered?


>Good for you, anon
thanks anon
>Do you know anything about what kinda job you'll be offered?
i dont think they directly offer me work i think they just help me prepare and refer me to a few places

me and some social worker guy just filled out some paperwork, id say it went well though

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Through some thought and experience, I've come to the conclusion that most matters of personal development form loops. The prime example would be horseshoe theory, but I think that the same idea can apply elsewhere as well.
For example, I find that as I play incrementally more difficult video games, my experience becomes comparable to what it was like when I first started as a kid and was challenged by simple things. As I watch more obscure anime, I find that the things I appreciate are actually the most fundamental and universal aspects such as production quality and strong personality, as opposed to the novelty-based aspects that tend to draw newer watchers towards high-concept material. Furthermore, I have been told by some old /d/egenerates that the ultimate depth of depravity is to circle back to enjoying normal things with renewed enthusiasm.
I mainly wish to explore how this idea may apply to our position as an obscure, ostensibly underground imageboard that values sincerity and simple pleasures. I believe that we are in this position of apparently pedestrian preferences because we have seen what happens to typical counterculture that exists to spite mainstream standards. This may imply that the ultimate destiny of any form of development is to have broken the rules thoroughly enough to understand and value them, coming to a rest back at the starting point with a richer perspective. Do you think this makes sense?
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I feel like this makes sense. Maybe loops make people feel comfortable? I completely agree with you on the anime lol. I'm a sucker for the weird and obscure.
Counterculture eventually becomes mainstream. Sort of like internet culture did, and punk rock. Hip hop music in the 90s, too. I feel a thing loses its integrity when it becomes mainstream and everyone gets their grubby hands on it. That's why I really hope 22chan will stay obscure.


That's how I see avant-garde art. In a way, it's hard to argue that a black square or 8 minutes of silence are valuable art in themselves, but in a way it's something that makes you think about what art is, that is it expands your idea of what art can be which makes you realize the freedom an artist really has when creating something. Because fuck it, even a black square can be unexpected, therefore original if not in its shape then in the statement
And when you come back to less concept-y art you will have a "richer perspective", in my opinion


i agree with your stance on this, but if the artist makes shit art on purpose just for money because he knows people are going to extrapolate meaning where there aren't any, then thats bullshit.

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The internet's so fucked. By extension, so are we. It's so goddamn depressing to think about how the one place where I can feel even slightly good at something is such a shithole. The web's fallen so far, and it's only getting worse. Is there any hope of restoring it back to what it was?
I feel like the entire human race had a mere 20 years to communicate with itself freely, before the internet became commercialized and nobody can fucking say or hear anything real anymore. Will we ever be able to achieve such true global interconnection again?
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I quit all social media a few months ago and the difference in my mood is incredible. I'm less stressed and just happier overall. I don't spend hours laying in bed scrolling through Instagram or some other cancer app. I'm more out of the loop on most things now but it actually feels nice. It doesn't feel like I'm constantly connected to the entire world anymore.


you'd think being connected like that would open doors to good opportunities but it seems like its just dragging people down or ruining people's lives


Yeah, it does. I believe it's because social media is very evil if you think about it. The algorithm most of these platforms use, such as Facebook and Instagram, is programmed to show you what you want to see. For instance if you like a lot of pictures of cats on Instagram the app will show you more pictures of cats. It learns about you. In the context of cute cat pictures, this doesn't sound like a big deal. Now add to the mix wild conspiracy theories and paranoid thoughts.
Flat-earthers are a good example of this. You see other people talking about how the Earth is flat. You start to wonder yourself, is the Earth actually flat? You look it up on Facebook, you find a few flat Earth groups. In these groups are countless people posting reasons why and alleged proof that the Earth is flat. There are also countless people who agree with these opinions and not a single person who questions them. Before you know it you've dragged yourself into an echo chamber where the only opinions and ideas you are exposed to are those which you agree with. And the algorithm is more than happy to show you more, because it knows this will keep you using.
It's a real cult mindset. Push everything that questions your reality aside. Then when reality starts to clash with whatever you've seen on the internet, that can wig some people out. I think this has the potential to be very dangerous, as this could very well create hundreds, if not thousands of splintered groups that that are deadset that the world works this way and not that way. I believe this may lead to some serious conflict in the future.
This is one of the main reasons I quit social media. I didn't know what to believe about the world around me anymore. Now I try not to think about it as much.
Another thing I wanted to mention; social media is a greatest hits collection of whoever's profile you're looking at. People look awesome when viewed through their social media profiles and others compare themselves to this. Everyone posts a picture of the ice cream they just bought. No one posts a picture of the ice cream they just dropped on the ground.

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I am extremely afraid of death. Just thinking about it gives me panic attacks. It's a really weird feeling knowing that every single person around me one day or another will perish and be replaced by someone else. The lack of a consciousness is what scares me the most.
I've gotten one chance to live and here I am. I will not see the world in a hundred, thousand, or even a million years, just this moment right now and that's it. Being a fedoratipper, my view on the subject is pretty grim, since I don't believe in an afterlife in heaven or in hell.
How do you view death, anons? Are there any ways that you try to cope with the idea? Have any of you made peace with such a thought?
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I'm not afraid of dying. Never have been. What I am fearful of, and extremely so, is to die without having lived. I'm afraid of wasting my life.
I'm also afraid of being "cornered into" death, so to speak. The thought of getting diagnosed with cancer or some slow-death-disease like that and wasting away in a hospital terrifies me. My aunt was a smoker all her life and got diagnosed with lung cancer when she was fifty. It progressed until she was only kept alive on meds. My last memory of her is her lying unconscious in a hospital bed, her head completely hairless and every breath she took making this god-awful snorkeling sound like she was drowning. There were a handful of tubes sticking out of her mouth, they were connected to machines. The meds had caused her to gain weight so she just looked like some hairless blob. That was the last time I saw her alive. I don't want people to remember me like that. A husk of what I once was.
I want to be in control of my life and my death, too. I want to choose when I leave. The thought that my life could be taken from me at any time is what scares me. Fuck wasting away. I'll go out in the fjords somewhere. Snort a whole bunch of something good and listen to my favorite music as I go out in a euphoric blaze.


That does sound quite nice and even then who knows? Maybe doing chemo might not even remove the cancer, Maybe after doing cool stuff and living life might release come chemical in your body that kills it off or something?


Maybe but all kinds of people get cancer, even young ones. I think it's random who gets it and of course certain factors like lifestyle choices affect it. Chemo seems to work for some people. A friend of my moms beat it because it was spotted early on. I once worked with a woman who beat cancer through chemo but the chemo fucked her memory so she only remember spots of her day.

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Literally 0% of this shit makes sense. Most of my classes don't have anything to do with my major. Speaking of my major, it randomly got changed from science to art. No staff members gives a shit, and the few responses I've got back basically refer me to some other person who doesn't give a shit.

I was thinking about applying to some college like Berea so I won't have to get buried in debt (I receive a high grant at my CC currently, but it won't be enough to get me through my two years of CC+two years of uni that I need for my major). But then their shit makes no sense, and apparently if I attend a college, I have to apply as a transfer student instead of a first time student. My college begins in a few days, so I guess I'm SOL and I'll have to apply as a transfer student (main issue is that transfer applications are more competitive, and I have some high school teachers that would give me some five star referrals for my academic performance- if I apply as a transfer student, I'd have to go off some professor that doesn't know me all that well.)

It's all so frustrating, and none of it makes sense. It's like there's a million different rules and nobody gives a shit to tell me about them, and to me it just seems like these rules are broken enough to be randomly changing my course of study. It really is tiring. It's all so goddamn frustrating.
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I feel like I just don't understand majors. If my program is something like associate's in art - pre bachelor nursing, what is my major? Art or nursing? I finally got a response, and I was told that they changed me from associate's in science- pre bachelor nursing to the art one because financial aid "doesn't cover" some of the courses in the science path. It's all so confusing. They said that there was "no difference" between the two. How true is that? How can you even go for arts and nursing? Isn't nursing a science thing? I feel like I'm getting fucked, but I don't even know how or why they're fucking me; so I have no idea how to address it.


I've never been to college but art and science seem far between. Ask them to explain how there's no difference and see what their answer is.


It feels advisers at college talk from a script. If you fall into x category they will give you y solution. It is ridiculous. College is something you have to figure out by yourself and for yourself and these advisors do this.

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I fucking hate my job, having to get up so early, constant heavy lifting, constant noise. I hate my whore coworker. I hate my anger issued boss. I hate how fucking hot it is. I hate how mismanaged everything is. I fucking hate this place.

Anyway general Job Hate thread
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nothing is available in my area


Why is that? Has it always been that way?


Whenever I work i start very early. Waking up early makes it harder to function for me some days. Those days are difficult and today is one of those days.

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ITT tell me reasons why you didn't do an hero
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He's quiet, i think he an-heroed. Rip 2744


I am agnostic, so i just don't know what happens after death, it can be good, bad or neutral, also some religions consider suicide is bad and it scares me a lot


I think that's the point. You don't know whats real and no matter what choice you make, you lose. Why do you want to an hero? There's plenty of things to live for.

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Anyone here believe in God?

Your fortune: Average Luck
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Also, probably even just having the possibility to somehow influence your fate after death is extremely satisfying. Even more so than if a religion promised you a spot in heaven for literally nothing


I like it, and i understand the morals that go along with it but no matter how hard i try i just can't be religious. also in a sense, i have to see something to believe and i just haven't seen anything yet.


Wonder why people always forget about Samson?

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