/yu/ - Feelings



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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'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.


i feel like its only there for you to be a human puppet, losing all of your free will. and the same goes with school, but it sucks because if you dont go to school or collage you seriously get fucked and have to work a blue collar job for the rest of your life anyhow

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Every single day I go on the internet searching for people that I can befriend and see if something can happen. But most of the times it's not fruitful. Chit-chat is barebones as an african kid's nutrition, or we just end up conflicting and it leads to breaking paths again.
I could post on an imageboard, sure, but there's certain content that it's not worth the bandwith and is better just rubbing onto someone's DM box. And having imageboards be your only source of human interaction is not really healthy at all, since it makes you believe stuff that is not and can screw you over on the long run.
It always makes me wonder how the hell do people befriend others through imageboards or videogames, it all just seems like a mystery to me.
I just want someone to talk to and have a friend I could rely on

[spoiler]If this kind of thread pisses you off call me a normalfag, frankly I don't give a shit anymore[/spoiler]
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The only discord servers where I was able to form any lasting relationships were run by anarchists pretty much. Rn I'm on a server with ~400 users, where anything goes (other than stuff that would take the server down, like cp). No one is dumb enough to post degenerate shit that no one wants to see, so that's not a problem and if they are, they get locked in the filipino channel. People call each other slurls, but who cares, everyone is an adult. If you're just spamming n-word without context, you're gonna be called a fed and nobody will treat you seriously. Anyway, it's the only place on this platform where I can talk daily about whatever and play comfortably play vg with ppl.


[spoiler]Normalfag thread and posts which can pretty much be answered with: "If you want to not be a normalfag, go to imageboards. If you want to be a normalfag, be in relationships and have some form of social contact go and find some other form of social media[/spoiler]
[spoiler]reminder to sage/ignore threads like these[/spoiler]


imagine feeling superior, because you browse imageboards

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In this thread, let's discuss our living situations. it doesn't have to be about our rooms though, it can be about our local area, houses we used to live in or whatever.
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Good for you anon! You no longer being a neet sounds rough and I can tell you from experience having a job isn't all that. I personally wish I could be a neet for a month but I can't. That is life though.


it does suck. the good thing is i did a bunch of volenteer work for stuff so it's not like i won't be hired or not know what the hell i'm doing, as long as i wont get some type of resturant job or i wont have to wear a mask i'll be happy.


I have to wear a mask at my work but, that is a lesser concern for me. My main concern is the forced jabs. That is terrifying for me.

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ITT : Recount and discuss autistic stuff you, Or other people did recently or in the past.
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try harder


I am here to report that I tried harder and I started to bleed. On the bright side my back isn't itchy.


Your dedication is impressive.

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I'm very divided 22chan. I'm a first year college student and currently planning on going into biomedical engineering or physics. I want to join the CIA and the Masons, I want to study electromagnetism and its effects on the human body and furthermore, its history in the mythology and ideas of mankind as a whole. My family and family friends can get me recommended but it isn't certain I'll work as a spook. The issue is that my very lovely boyfriend doesn't want me to do either, he's very afraid of me getting hurt or roped into something I dangerous. I love him very dearly and I don't want to make him upset but the idea that there might be a great, earthshattering discovery related to the earliest days of mankind is utterly intoxicating. I've started to take online physics and calculous classes, that's how determined I am about this. What do I do? I'm not sure where to go in the future. This coming Christmas I'm speaking to my uncle about the Masons, he invited me alone out of my siblings and my cousins but at the time I didn't know what it was all about so I declined. I have his and other people's recommendation at their New England lodge, other people have eyed me as a member too. I'm just very confused. My last final was tonight and I should be celebrating, but I'm sitting here at my computer at 12:30 am when I should be asleep soundly in bed knowing I don't have any school tomorrow.
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Did you make it out ok OP or did the CIA do some MKULTRA shit on you?


The CIA is very spooky so it is unknown what has happened to OP.


just wanted to say that this thread is fucking bonkers and i swear to god this better be a larp lol

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ITT tell me reasons why you didn't do an hero
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I want to see how the world is living outside of my parents house.
It may be worse than what it is now, but I want to know what freedom is.


It is good for survival but not much else.

It can be rough but it is better because you're free to do your own thing.


The only time I seriously considered suicide was when I was 19, when I had an existential crisis over the realization that I am going to die one day, and there is nothing I can do about it. And not just that, there is either an afterlife, or there isn't, and both concepts were terrifying to me. I was ironically so afraid of death, that I contemplated suicide just to get it over with fast.

I eventually got over it though. Nowadays, even when I feel depressed or hopeless, I would never consider suicide, because I still feel some pride in simply being alive.

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Sometimes I feel a bit apathetic. For the last few years I've been spending most of my free time on entertainment. I really enjoy it, find it fun and funny (thanks to the fact that I've learnt the importance of being selective)
Sometimes I want to do "projects", and entertainment can be a big distraction from that, but that's not what I wanna talk about
I feel like I don't feel much feelings. Maybe it's because of routine, with everything becoming so typical and as such unsurprising, uninteresting. But I also think that entertainment plays a role. Maybe 10-20 minute videos can rarely make me feel anything substantial. Maybe generally I don't often think thoughts and do actions that aren't superficial/trivial, so I don't get to care for something. I don't know
What about you anons?
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Shit are you saying apathy is kinda like an addiction or escapism? Fuck man, that explains alot. I used to be 'hurt' or feel sorry or empathy for others when I saw them being hurt or sad, especially dogs and animals. But now to I feel nothing or just brain fog is ampfied (focus less unable to think straight). When you think of it apathy is a form of escapism trying to deny whatever is bothering you. I'll take your advice on being healthy though, thanks.
I recommend anyone coming by to watch this as it seemed to be revelant to me somewhat; https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rHIvs0Q-uKI


My house got fugged and it didn't bother me too much, and family members died (some of which i've had close bonds with) and it hasn't really bothered me. I'm not sure if that type of feeling is natural or not.


I mostly feel indifferent. Every now and then I'll have a spark of emotion but it never lasts. I often have to force myself to do things. I rarely feel like I want to do something.

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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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What is confusing?


I can't imagine how they'd come to the conclusion that you would quit like that.


I think they did not bother saving my contact details on their phone and mistook me for the person who quit. They also held my home phone as my primary phone rather than my cellphone.

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Anons that eat your feelings, what do you eat/drink to cope when the ride gets too bumpy, also what tends to make you eat.


-ice cream
- bread
-snything really


-wine, cider, most spirits

reason: literally having to emotionally support my entire family of retards whilst ignoring my own problems
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I've recently started to eat rice cakes because they are somewhat tasty and low calorie at the same time. It helps me from snacking too much.


OP here, with an update I guess

>cheap meat

>instant coffee
>inhuman amounts of cheap soda
>energy drinks(when I can afford them)

Still the same reasons except the main source of income is now a worse druggie loser than ever before so we Rarely have what we need to live


i made peanut butter using honey roasted peanuts and it tasted amazing as a PB & J
Reminds me of childhood

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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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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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Funnily enough, I'm close to the exact opposite, OP.
Personally, even when I was a child, death never really scared me. Why should I be afraid of "nonexistence"? I'll never experience it, because I'll be dead and not capable of experiencing it.
This perspective of "it won't matter when I'm dead" has been compared to that one bomb defusal quote. "I'm either right, and it's suddenly not my problem anymore".
This perspective on life has gifted me with what is essentially a fearlessness in almost any situation. If it has the possibility of killing me relatively quickly, there's no reason to be afraid. Walking a tight rope? Being threatened with a gun? What happens when I'm dead won't matter to me because I won't be around to see it.
What I'm truly afraid of, consequently, is dying a slow, painful death. Either that, or being completely crippled. If the death is quick it won't matter, but if the path there is long, drawn out, and bloody, then it will matter. No reason to fear something that won't affect you in the slightest.
I have nothing to lose, yeah, but even if I did have shit to lose-- it won't matter when I'm dead, and my philosophy is complicated by the introduction of religion.
Though, my wager is pic related, and that's a conversation for another day


nice dubs and good post

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>post opinion
>"SHUT UP (insert tripfag here)"
Just fuck my shit up.
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Oh, I'm well aware. The best way to destroy a community is from the inside. There are people who don't like 4chan because they've seen what a community like that can do, so they spread these bots to fester the place. They bait anons into arguments to ruin any actual discussion that takes place.
I've even seen this happen in a thread I made on /tv/ about the movie Whiplash. An anon replied "It's just jazz" or something similar. Extremely quickly afterwards that post was replied to with a post that went something like this:

>it's just jazz bro

>it's just a mask bro
>it's just a vaccine bro
>it's just a flu bro

I definitely think that post was a bot. It was such an obvious argument bait, soon afterwards the thread just devolved into arguments.
I had already started going there less and less but the final nail in the coffin was the 855555555 get earlier this year. As described in another post in this thread, during a period where all threads were on auto-delete the same threads kept popping up with the same pictures in the OP. They literally had the excact same text too, word for word, proving that they are the works of bots. Now the only board I visit is /vg/. The threads there seem void of bots, at least I like to think so.
I'm also like 95% sure I once stumbled on a thread on /b/ that was made by an AI. The OP was some guy/bot that kept replying in all caps to every post in his thread with pictures of himself in a bar. The pictures looked extremely weird, they gave me a real uncanny valley vibe. I didn't save any of them because frankly they freaked me out.
Lastly, I find it very creepy that that reddit user got banned for posting about this.


You must be blind not to see it if you've posted on 4chan recently. You see them everywhere if you know what to look for.


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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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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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I'm honestly kinda sick of people that put the past on a pedestal.
Yes, the internet as it is today is not gonna be how you want it to be, but there's not much else someone can do.
There are communities out there for this kind of ilk where they can talk about how things were more "innocent" and "honest" back then. But complaining about stuff is not going to fix the issue.
If you really want a place where you can be, you should start by giving an example. Be good hearted to people, don't try to jump at someone's throat because of a different opinion, create stuff that people will enjoy in the future that is similar to the stuff you like.
I come across people that embellish the past as this thing that had no flaws about it and only know how to complain about it, but this is only contributing a negative to the internet in the first place. No, I've never experienced a lot of stuff from the internet before 2012. Does this mean that I can't appreciate it? No. Does the internet today not being as good as it was before nullify the chances of great stuff happening anyways? Neither.
It's all up to the eye of the beholder.

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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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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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