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This is pretty much life. Someone ****ting in your ear. You're hearing an entirely different tune. Everyone's going LALALALALALA skipping through the damn flowers and you hear the seedy underbelly and it's someone taking a ****.

Ain't nothing anyone can say, is there? You're stuck in a state between dead people. You're in existence but you died. A long long time ago. The body sure carries on. You know how they say you can behead a chicken and it keeps alive for a while? Yeah, they shove feed down its throat.

Some people have so much to say, but the words don't come. I really don't have much to say. Imagine a car. Imagine you fill up that car with gas. Imagine the combustible events of youth get it going. You put it on cruise control at the pace any normal human can walk. The car continues for a while at that plodding pace until the tank runs dry.

Unless there's a visible wall that stops it immediately. Or else it might as well exist in that purgatory and people think it kind to keep something that appears alive alive even though it's dead. A vehicle is an inanimate object. They'll scrap a vehicle like they'll put down a beloved pet. It's much less cruel to outright crush scrap metal than let existence crush it. Regardless, it burns out eventually. Everything does. It's just a matter of when.

There. Is. Nothing. Some people get to say they choose their path in life. They'll talk about luck. They'll talk about strength. They'll talk about how good it gets to be. You don't have to condescend to people like me, you know. You can still have your life without convincing the rest of us to accept life support. Lucky you, you're not going to have to know what it's like to have to struggle eternally for a >.01% chance of achieving what everyone else takes for granted.

I just don't have the energy, man. I've been so tired. I can't even focus. I just don't want to do this. I don't want to. Consider yourself blessed if you were born with a passion. Consider yourself even more blessed if SA didn't reduce your chances even further. Being an undesirable person is hard work... you don't even have the basic functions of life, the meaningless things people fill the time with, to keep you occupied. I look outside and underneath the fall foliage I see houses that are all falling apart amidst a deserted wasteland.

I'm 28. I'm too old for this ****.

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Think of it as having a crappy laptop that freezes up every so often and balks at anything you try to do. You want music? You want porn? Let it taunt you with what could be. And you'll never have any money to replace it. You better hold on to it as long as you can. It's your life now.

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Ting-a-ling, *****es!

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yeah, you're one of the few who actually gets it. I'm afraid it falls on deaf ears.
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you're be alright because you're a good 1 who's intelligent and caring

from since i read ur 1st post.
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I hated that episode when it came out, maybe I'd be able to appreciate it more now.
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I think it came out in 2011 and when I first saw it it made me sad because I already realized it was me. That show is comical, but it knows how to be real. Even though things work out in the end for cartoon characters. Feels kind of late now in real life. Once everything is ****, the **** boat has sailed.

Good never got me anywhere...

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I hate how people call other people "weak" or "without a passion".
Well, consider yourself luck,y you have that inside you.
Must be nice for those people to look down upon others, not having a clue what it is like having your own damn brain working against you, since the day you can remember.
I get called "lazy" and "negative", a lot. Of course nobody knows about my trauma, until this day I have kept it to myself.
A while ago I saw one of the two scumbags who did that to me, on facebook.
Can you believe that mother****ing worthless piece of psychopath **** has a girlfriend?
He has a job and probably his own pretty little home. But hey, life is still good. HA HA
Yeah, that's a fake laugh, you jerk... (not you OP).
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I think it came out in 2011 and when I first saw it it made me sad because I already realized it was me. That show is comical, but it knows how to be real. Even though things work out in the end for cartoon characters. Feels kind of late now in real life. Once everything is ****, the **** boat has sailed.

Good never got me anywhere...
I was depressed then, but it was somepoint in 2012 I became severe and wanting not to wake up most days. At the time I thought it was Matt and Trey signalling they were getting bored of South Park, maybe they were, I think Book of Mormon was released at a similar time.

When people say it's never too late to change, they talk as if it's a Hollywood film where you can just ignore years of issues and become suddenly okay. I'd need to be enrolled at some rehab centre teaching me a multitude of skills daily, kind of like a bording school for adults. It's weird even thinking I'm an adult. 20 next week, wasn't I 16 yesterday?
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I hate how people call other people "weak" or "without a passion".
Well, consider yourself luck,y you have that inside you.
Must be nice for those people to look down upon others, not having a clue what it is like having your own damn brain working against you, since the day you can remember.
I get called "lazy" and "negative", a lot. Of course nobody knows about my trauma, until this day I have kept it to myself.
A while ago I saw one of the two scumbags who did that to me, on facebook.
Can you believe that mother****ing worthless piece of psychopath **** has a girlfriend?
He has a job and probably his own pretty little home. But hey, life is still good. HA HA
Yeah, that's a fake laugh, you jerk... (not you OP).
It must be a rule of the universe that the biggest scumbags get what they want. I must think of a good name for this discovery.

Even on this site these scumbags are in full force. I get it when people say it's for semi-normies.

Yeah there are things that need to be said, but I'd get punched or banned from this site for saying them.

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I was depressed then, but it was somepoint in 2012 I became severe and wanting not to wake up most days. At the time I thought it was Matt and Trey signalling they were getting bored of South Park, maybe they were, I think Book of Mormon was released at a similar time.

When people say it's never too late to change, they talk as if it's a Hollywood film where you can just ignore years of issues and become suddenly okay. I'd need to be enrolled at some rehab centre teaching me a multitude of skills daily, kind of like a bording school for adults. It's weird even thinking I'm an adult. 20 next week, wasn't I 16 yesterday?
Most people seem to be living in a fantasy world anyway, so Hollywood film about sums it up... where everyone can get whatever they need if they just work hard enough, the resources are out there, personalities change, everything that defies the laws of science and realism. I am too old to be putzing around with such wishful thinking.

Hey, sorry my life defies your Hollywood fantasy, people! You can always go back to pretending like I don't exist.

Time is going too fast.

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Most people seem to be living in a fantasy world anyway, so Hollywood film about sums it up... where everyone can get whatever they need if they just work hard enough, the resources are out there, personalities change, everything that defies the laws of science and realism. I am too old to be putzing around with such wishful thinking.

Hey, sorry my life defies your Hollywood fantasy, people! You can always go back to pretending like I don't exist.

Time is going too fast.

it sometimes amazes me how people can have kids and not prepare them to become talented for adult life

I forgot to mention, you said being good got you nowhere. I think narcissistic people are so self centered they usually don't worry about what other people are doing.
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It must be a rule of the universe that the biggest scumbags get what they want. I must think of a good name for this discovery.

Even on this site these scumbags are in full force. I get it when people say it's for semi-normies.

Yeah there are things that need to be said, but I'd get punched or banned from this site for saying them.
Thank you for understanding.
Appreciate it much.
Would make life easier if everybody was at least understanding, but people instead choose to be *******s.
It's one thing getting messed up due to circumstances or a trauma but you can still choose to at least NOT be a complete *******.
Funny that the allegedly most intelligent species who is supposed to be at the top of the foodchain (which is nonsense of course), can't even do that simple thing.
Humans are the only animals who rather choose the hardest way, just to feel superior.
Every other animal out there would always choose the easiest way if it is possible, because well, it's logical and common sense (things, humans like to claim for themselves exclusively lol).
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it sometimes amazes me how people can have kids and not prepare them to become talented for adult life

I forgot to mention, you said being good got you nowhere. I think narcissistic people are so self centered they usually don't worry about what other people are doing.
Or how people can have kids at all... just a selfish act when they've got no interest or ability to prepare them. In this miserable world of all places and times.

Being good is a weakness... playing fair against a stacked deck. Most people see that as an opportunity to take advantage.

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Or how people can have kids at all... just a selfish act when they've got no interest or ability to prepare them. In this miserable world of all places and times.

Being good is a weakness... playing fair against a stacked deck. Most people see that as an opportunity to take advantage.
I think having a hedonistic youth, then anxiety on top of it makes things worse too. Missing the good old days and no work ethic or ability to see my future.
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I think having a hedonistic youth, then anxiety on top of it makes things worse too. Missing the good old days and no work ethic or ability to see my future.
I would have rather Hedonism Botted this business.


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It must be a rule of the universe that the biggest scumbags get what they want. I must think of a good name for this discovery.

Even on this site these scumbags are in full force. I get it when people say it's for semi-normies.

Yeah there are things that need to be said, but I'd get punched or banned from this site for saying them.
lol semi-normies. A pretty good description for some users on here. This has nothing to do with people's relationship status or how many friends they have or what job they have, but how some people act towards others on here.
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