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Anon 02/03/2023 (Fri) 08:38:17 ID:c95057 No. 1389 [Reply]
It's really painful that I can never feel comfortable anywhere I try to get in, online especially. People either make fun of me for being weird, some ignore because I'm too boring, or some just outright ignore me. It just hurts. Online communities feel worthless on one side, and being alone is painful on the other. Anyone else relate to this feel? Some online test I took recently about isolation.
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>>1389 Our problems are so different. I'm a hiki NEET but have always gotten attention one way or another and i hate it. I hate birthdays too because my college mates and relatives call/message me or post wishes in whatsapp and other media. It's too annoying to respond to them especially when I talkd 0 words with then throughout the year. I have never craved attention rather despise it.
>>1391 >I hate birthdays too because my college mates and relatives call/message me or post wishes in whatsapp and other media. It's too annoying to respond to them especially when I talkd 0 words with then throughout the year. I experience that as well, not college mates but some close relatives. It's quite annoying and I don't like these kind of attention for sure. They're insignificant, unimportant or they don't even matter for me. If it's someone important though, they just make me feel like they ripped my heart off. - It's mainly some sense of familiarity that I expect that seems absent every where on the internet, at least publicly. The majority are okay, but some jokes at indiachan are too edgy for my taste and I feel that a small minority unironically believe it and are genuine psychos. It's really scary how people just gang up like mosquitoes when someone is getting doxed like Tamil Lund, or like the other day when they were morphing a teenager onto porn just because OP was jealous about her rich lifestyle. It's also okay if I get ignored, it's the negative emotions that I experience that hurt badly, especially when I put some effort. I can't even properly describe what I expect but I just feel this constant sense of being an alien or being completely misunderstood.
>>1392 >too edgy for my taste and I feel that a small minority unironically believe it and are genuine psychos. It's really scary how people just gang up like mosquitoes when someone is getting doxed like Tamil Lund, or like the other day when they were morphing a teenager onto porn just because OP was jealous about her rich lifestyle True. Indiachan is a melting toilet pot of all worst corners of social media. Most of them are kids who take internet too seriously and try to de these things just to feel superior in their minds. Honestly speaking even I had an edgy phase when I was in my teens. And even then i had enough conscience not to ruin someone for the keks. But these children have completely been involved in internet since their brains started understanding the world and have no concept of consequences or where to draw the line. >I just feel this constant sense of being an alien or being completely misunderstood. Internet can become kinda boring when you stop relating/connecting with things you see. I have only 1 imageboard where I feel fully and truly belonged. Rest everything is watching and reading new things because I don't want to get trapped in the echo chamber environment. You need to find a place where you'll feel belonged and it's definitely not any indian forums (although some of them are decent enough).
>>1393 >have no concept of consequences or where to draw the line Yeah, in the incident I mentioned, some were pissing their pants [including me] when they realized that the girl was underage when they were doing the morphing. >I have only 1 imageboard where I feel fully and truly belonged. Had many places like that only to see it either change or get destroyed by jannyfaggotry. Time of small imageboards seem to have run out. - For no reason, I'm feeling better now.
>>1394 >Had many places like that only to see it either change or get destroyed by jannyfaggotry. Time of small imageboards seem to have run out. This is true. But my board is about a hobby/interest so it's safe for atleast the next 10 years. >For no reason, I'm feeling better now That's good. I have certain days when I'm perfectly fine and still feel sad and there are days when I'm totally not fine and still smile happily like a retard lol.

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