"Get out normie" but where?

Where to go as a robot after you find your soulmate and start living a happy couple life?

I've seen most people say you're not a robot if you're not single nowadays.
But after using this website for over a decade and this board for way too long, it's hard to just get rid of a deep-ingrained habit. Never liked social medias, can't relate to people on sites like reddit etc.
I know about /soc/ but it became something too different over the years. And yes even couples have some separated free time of their own for doing w/e it's better than way.

Is there just no more place to be? Here always felt like home, no matters to ups and down the board got, it's a nice and familiar place.
Being spiritually homeless give such an empty feeling.

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I've seen most people say you're not a robot if you're not single nowadays.
    You aren't.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Should only robots post on this board?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Given the amount of non-robots egirls who post, I mean... doesn't really matter anymore

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Sad but true. They come here to farm attention slaves and people like OP typically come to bitch about how hard their life is (even though it's a metric shit ton better than those who are here frequently).

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/tOCmfj4.jpg

            Where to go as a robot after you find your soulmate and start living a happy couple life?

            I've seen most people say you're not a robot if you're not single nowadays.
            But after using this website for over a decade and this board for way too long, it's hard to just get rid of a deep-ingrained habit. Never liked social medias, can't relate to people on sites like reddit etc.
            I know about /soc/ but it became something too different over the years. And yes even couples have some separated free time of their own for doing w/e it's better than way.

            Is there just no more place to be? Here always felt like home, no matters to ups and down the board got, it's a nice and familiar place.
            Being spiritually homeless give such an empty feeling.

            There are not many people in this case so no place they gather.
            I would be interesting in something like this were people have the experiened of prolonged isolation and what comes with up but could get out of it.

            Starting a first relationship after a decade alone depressed is a bit of a specific experience that comes with baggages and a space related to it would be nice but alas...

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I am alone for a decade. How do you just start a relationship? It just seems impossible.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I could do a blogpost but I'm not sure anyone wanna read that.
                When I moved out and started living alone it quickly became the same boring day repeating all the time with no hope for the future.
                But I was into some niche indie creators (music, art etc.) some of them very small, and since I learned the basic skills I would sometimes exchange a few messages, technical stuff or not.
                After almost 12 years, one of those exchange suddenly had this feeling of understanding each other before even having to explain anything, I guess when you share similar values and humor? It became a (e)friendship, and slowly go more serious to the point she eventually moved in. She mogs me in art and confidence too.

                It feels weird, since I still have robot brainworms, at the start I ever felt depersonalized like it was fake and not me living this. Changing (internet) home at the same time would be too much change at once, here it where it feels comfortable.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Nice story. I never had opportunities like that. I am hopeless at any art I tried and I always hated myself for it. Drawing, writing, making videos, graphics, even fucking 3D modelling. All the shit I do in free time is completely without women. No way to meet a woman like that.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I don't mind hearing good ending stories in a way, if no one tells them then it just makes it sound more hopeless than it is.
                My brother was like this, like me a neet for many years but he streamed a niche game to 0-3 viewers, at some point one messaged to talk about the game, and they're together now. He told me he feels like a fraud or like he should pay this karma back some day, his negatiuve self esteem didn't go away so easily.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                What do mean pay his karma back?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Like "I don't deserve such an fortunate thing to happen to me, it's not norma, there has to be a trick somewhere or a price to pay, I should appologize or give back to people who don't have this chance somehow some day." kind of mentality

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Your brother sounds very empathetic, a good man.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Hey, good on him and OP too. Honestly stories like these give me some hope that there might be a chance after all with the girl I randomly met on Omegle a couple months ago.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Given the neverending (but understandable) pessimism that floods the board every day with absolute statements generalizing dating/women and basically turning it into a self-fullfilling prophecy, I'm not gonna go against a litlte chance one in a while fore sure.
                Yes it's hard, it's very hard even, but the more one tries the more likely it may work out eventually, it's not that uncommon for "non-normies" to find a soulmate at some point, it can happens randomly when you don't expect, but I think many anons underestimate how making a relationship works/last is a whole other deal especially with no experience.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Whoop Dee doo, what 13 or something to 23? Regardless, you're still a normie wether you like it or not. As long as you don't come here bitching all the time about your gf and other things related I don't believe you will be antagonized.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                From early 20s to early 30s, a dozen year with basically no IRL interaction with anyone but old men coworkers. A few years without even stepping outside of the appartment. I still don't have IRL friends, just her.
                I guess normie is a vague term after all.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                She's cool with you just having her? Most women don't like their partner not having any friends, social proof and all.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, she's introvert and exhausted by social gatherings, plus her job + artistic hobby takes a lot of time so the rest is for our own time, and she's a channer though only for a few very specific niche threads.

                Nice story. I never had opportunities like that. I am hopeless at any art I tried and I always hated myself for it. Drawing, writing, making videos, graphics, even fucking 3D modelling. All the shit I do in free time is completely without women. No way to meet a woman like that.

                Sorry to hear that anon, I'd suggest picking up such skills but I know that when in this state of mind, it's can be hard or even impossible to get the motivation that it requires, trapped in an infinite circle.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                That's pretty fortunate of you anon.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I am not interested in anything at this point.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                nta but there's not a single thing that brings some joy in your day sometimes, none at all? Even listening to music?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I listen to music during work or when drunk.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I'd like it that way. Normies have infinite social media and spaces to express themselves. We have nowhere to go.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        ideally, but mods hate that idea so they forced robots out a long time ago. this board is basically /normie/ now where actual robots are shunned and told to fuck off, so you're at home here.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >as a robot after you find your soulmate
        If you have a partner, you aren't a robot. Now get the fuck off my board you absolute normalfag.

        Absolutely.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Never thought of this. I'm not sure where I'll go if I get a parnter someday.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >no country for old men pic
    appropriate choice, can respect that

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nobody's actually forcing you out. You can always just stay and not bring up that you have a gf.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Don't sweat it, OP, I have a gf but I still post here because I'm practically a social outcast, and I just feel more connected here than I do anywhere else.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Connected how? You have a relationship, no woman even looks at me. We are nothing alike.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        We may not have the same problems, but we're both still social rejects. Hopefully things go better for you, anon.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You are NOT rejected. It's just fucking insulting.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's the same as the woman with friends a bf and a loving family saying they are "lonely". Jfl, don't take anything he says seriously anon or you'll just become angrier.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Hey also my case, I have Tourette syndrome and was basically forced into isolation and never felt connected to normies, I was just lucky enough to eventually meet someone who understand and doesn't mind it, but otherwise I don't fit in anywhere but around places like here.
      Of course it's better than completely alone and yet, I don't feel so different from being with someone, past the initial rush of emotions.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I don't feel so different from being with someone
        Then break up, asshole.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You sound like you have Tourette syndrome anon...

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I hate humble-bragging people.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              It's just my personal experience dude, people can be in difficult situations for other reasons. You think like this because you value a relationship a lot but I'd rather not have this fucking illness and be single. It made all childhood and teen years in school dreadful since you're that weirdo everyone avoid or mock I never had friends even in school, it costed me my jobs multiple times and I have to rely mind crushing ones where they don't care because the pay is so low. To each their own.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Not that anon, but you see how coming here with something a lot of people here want and saying "it isn't that good" is still humble bragging that you have that thing. Yeah people here overvalue relationships but it is like:
                >A man in the desert with no water.
                >No one teachers him about plants or how to survive.
                >Or if they do, it is all bullshit advice.
                >Occasionally sees a mirage and rushes towards it.
                >People walk past, some with camels, some with cars, some flying overhead, all with loads of water.
                >This man just wants a drop.
                >Then he hears on a megaphone someone with half a bottle of water that's sat out in the sun saying the taste isn't that good.
                Man still wants a drink, even a drop on his lips. Coming here and saying "yeah I have more than you and the things you want and they aren't that good" is saying "I have more than you". Even if you are innocently trying to disrupt some of the belief systems here, it won't work.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I hate humble-bragging people.

                You are NOT rejected. It's just fucking insulting.

                Still there are many other things that love that robots here can be missing.
                I regularly see threads of anon complaining about their parents/family but I only wish I had the same troubles as them, my parents died in a car accident when I was a baby.

                I'll never know what it feels to have parents, instead of being thrown around distant relatives like parasite no one wants. I'd kill to be able to grow up with dad and mom even through the bad moments that would happen, it's a hole that won't ever get filled. Yet I see anons taking it for granted and complaining about little things about their parents.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >other things that love
                other things than* love

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                But you do see that thats the same thing you do about love, right? You have found love and complain about little things, while a lot of incels fear they will never know it. That lack of self reflection makes you more of a normie than any amount of sex or social success.

                https://i.imgur.com/tOCmfj4.jpg

                Where to go as a robot after you find your soulmate and start living a happy couple life?

                I've seen most people say you're not a robot if you're not single nowadays.
                But after using this website for over a decade and this board for way too long, it's hard to just get rid of a deep-ingrained habit. Never liked social medias, can't relate to people on sites like reddit etc.
                I know about /soc/ but it became something too different over the years. And yes even couples have some separated free time of their own for doing w/e it's better than way.

                Is there just no more place to be? Here always felt like home, no matters to ups and down the board got, it's a nice and familiar place.
                Being spiritually homeless give such an empty feeling.

                Theres nowhere to go, because even if you are successful ate everything, you will still lack the worldview normies have. Even if you become chad, an incels perception of life will be closer to your own than that of any normie chad. You cant just unblackpill yourself, even if it becomes bearable (or even good) for you personally.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I am also an orphan too, anon, don't lump all robots together. The problem is you're making the SAME POINT as the people you're semi criticising:
                >Anons take parents for granted when I don't have any.
                >Some anons get mad people are in a relationship even when it isn't great.
                >Anons take relationships for granted when many don't have any.
                What is stopping an anon from saying that "you're taking a relationship for granted"?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                But you do see that thats the same thing you do about love, right? You have found love and complain about little things, while a lot of incels fear they will never know it. That lack of self reflection makes you more of a normie than any amount of sex or social success.

                [...]
                Theres nowhere to go, because even if you are successful ate everything, you will still lack the worldview normies have. Even if you become chad, an incels perception of life will be closer to your own than that of any normie chad. You cant just unblackpill yourself, even if it becomes bearable (or even good) for you personally.

                Yeah, and those complaining about those little things are homosexuals. The same as the normies here who feel like they are just like the rest of people on this board desperately wishing (some probably even praying) for what they have.

                No that was my point: while I feel jealous, I also know those parent-having anons have their own issues some that I don't have, everyone here is missing something.
                I just thought it's not fair to consider someone suddenly is a normie and unfit of here simply because they have or had some kind of romantic relationship, it's an important part of life but far from being the only thing one needs to function/be happy. There are all kind of people who don't fill the mold.
                People who think all they're mising to function is a gf are in for a letdown, just like I would maybe still be broken even if I had my parents.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Id say that getting a partner (as a man) usually requires having a functional life or at least theoretically being able to have a functional life, so its a good benchmark. If you look good, halo effect carries you everywhere. If you dont look good, try ever getting a girl to talk to you if you arent social, funny, well put together and at least financially secure.

                I come here not because Im a robot or because I share that feeling of missing something, but because normies are so far off the mark for how I view the world that even incels are closer to me than them.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I get your point, though it's exaggerated as many people who don't fit that whole "social, funny, well put together and at least financially secure" all the time everywhere. Just seeing the number of children whose parents are far from functionning at all.
                Now the girl you get while not being functional may be a poisoned gift and make your life worse sure but still.

                Because no matter how you phrase it or talk about it, no matter how much you say "grass isn't greener", you have something here people convet and instead of enjoying it and making it work and appreciating life, you come back here. And even if your intentions are noble. Even if you aren't humble bragging or trying to rub it in the faces of people here. You will always fall into the same pitfall trap the MOMENT you mention it. So why do you have to mention it? That's the question. Do you want to teach robots that other things in life aren't what they are cracked up to be? In their heart of hearts most people know this, which is why they self sabotage.

                It just feels like you're angry at the "true scotsman" arguments of what is a robot. Why does that bother you? Either you come here and don't mention you have a gf or you avoid this place. Instead you seem angry that people are telling you, "you aren't a robot". That makes it seem more like a (you) problem for listening to them. But even then I agree with other anons in this thread that this place isn't good anyway.

                People know there are all kinds of people. But some people know it and don't care. Some people are plebs. But why does this upset you so much? Ask yourself, what real value do you get from being here? You keep saying "you don't fit the mould" but you fit the mould better than most people here. It sounds like you're just upset you're not as much of an outcast as others. And this just feels like pain olympics.

                There was never an official definition of a "robot", at least a while back being a robot was more about not being a functionning member of society, often being a NEET and other reasons, trying to laugh or discuss our own circumstances that made us end up in that state (for me, being orphan, for other crippling anxiety or rejections or being small/ugly etc).
                Yes, such situation often (not always) means being single as a byproduct. But I've seen it become more about just "no gf" through the years so it feels weird.

                So yeah, I just talked about it here, since it's relevant to OP's question. Hearing people thoughts about it is interesting even when it's so agressive.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I get your point, though it's exaggerated as many people who don't fit that whole "social, funny, well put together and at least financially secure" all the time everywhere. Just seeing the number of children whose parents are far from functionning at all

                But its still a very good benchmark. You said it yourself, if you are not functioning well in society you are either probably single or successful enough you dont have to care about anything, including being single.

                But yeah, no gf getting more and more important in the robot definition is interesting. Id say thats because rising standards and lookism and all that shit just raised the bar of getting a relationship at all. So many people come here that are somewhat functioning, but not enough to compete in todays dating market

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >There was never an official definition of a "robot"
                That's not the point I am making and feels like an "actually". I fully understand there is no central definition. What I am getting at here is the central issue seems to be that the OP is concerned with questions of identity because he feels rejected by this place he habitually uses. And that identity question is the central problem and seems like an issue *he* has rather than this place. Because this place will naturally do the things, like criticising people or saying they are humble bragging. So what he is actually saying is, he finally disagrees with this place. Ultimately, if he truly enjoys using this place then he gets over it and works out a new identity for himself and doesn't bring it up, but why this would make him question his identity in the first place is rather weird to be honest.

                OP getting a gf made him challenge his identity because some people say that doesn't make him a robot. Now it sounds like a fake story or a newfag getting mad because anyone who habitually uses this board would KNOW that would happen.

                Do you see the issue here?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Just to be clear in case there's confusion, while I'm orphan I'm not OP. The chain of reply is pretty long so it can be easy to lose track. I don't think OP argued much, just the first question and and answering anons at the start

                I do feel it's at least fair to question it/share one's confusion and ask about people thoughts. But I do see your point, thanks for the detailed answers, it's foor for thoughts.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Don't worry, I know you're not OP.
                >I do feel it's at least fair to question it/share one's confusion and ask about people thoughts.
                It is and it isn't. I think it is the dance of LULZ. Sometimes you care too much when you shouldn't care at all. Sometimes you care too little when you should care more. A bunch of people have this ability broken by use of this website. But even with that ability you make mistakes. Detailed responses to obvious trolls or trolling people with actual insight. I think this is a case of "not caring what robots think" but also "not being a dick about specific things people do care about".

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Because no matter how you phrase it or talk about it, no matter how much you say "grass isn't greener", you have something here people convet and instead of enjoying it and making it work and appreciating life, you come back here. And even if your intentions are noble. Even if you aren't humble bragging or trying to rub it in the faces of people here. You will always fall into the same pitfall trap the MOMENT you mention it. So why do you have to mention it? That's the question. Do you want to teach robots that other things in life aren't what they are cracked up to be? In their heart of hearts most people know this, which is why they self sabotage.

                It just feels like you're angry at the "true scotsman" arguments of what is a robot. Why does that bother you? Either you come here and don't mention you have a gf or you avoid this place. Instead you seem angry that people are telling you, "you aren't a robot". That makes it seem more like a (you) problem for listening to them. But even then I agree with other anons in this thread that this place isn't good anyway.

                People know there are all kinds of people. But some people know it and don't care. Some people are plebs. But why does this upset you so much? Ask yourself, what real value do you get from being here? You keep saying "you don't fit the mould" but you fit the mould better than most people here. It sounds like you're just upset you're not as much of an outcast as others. And this just feels like pain olympics.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, if their parents were God awful human beings who destroyed them I would see it fit. If they were just taking away their video games or something else minor, they're just whiny bitches. The same way if a man here had a gf who financially ruined them and did horrible things, I could empathize. If it's just, we had a fight and haven't talked in a while. These anons, well they can get bent saying "I'm just like you bro". Also, wanted to say this. Believe or not having that one person in your life who loves you can completely change your life for the good as well. Downplaying it does not change this fact just because you may not fully notice or appreciate the benefits. This goes back to what this post was about, normies coming here and sharing their issues without realizing they are just like the rest of them (because they don't like or are ignorant of how much they are similar to the group they were once on the outside circle of).

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, and those complaining about those little things are homosexuals. The same as the normies here who feel like they are just like the rest of people on this board desperately wishing (some probably even praying) for what they have.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Fuck off, you can be single instantly if you wanted but you don't. I will never have any relationship

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I get what you mean, but anons also mention think I wish I had regularly like it's a normal thing. I wish I had a boring IT job that pays decently but it's not accessible.
                Robots are missing multiple things that make them unfit for society, love is one of them but I never thought that'd the only thing that matters in that regard.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You keep coming here and make fun of them. You made it bro.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    visit other boards

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm in a similar boat where I had a LDR for 2 years but the rest of my life was the same as robots, sure feeling loved is nice, but it doesn't actually solve most issues especially after so many years.
    You have to work on it together and all while worrying that showing too much of your issues could put her off. And when, like many here, you have 0 self-esteem, you can get paranoid and wonder why she is with you or if there is a catch and ruin the relationship.
    Robot isn't "only" about being single, it's a whole type of experience and mental issues.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I feel like nice is underselling it. You make it sound like it's the equivalent of enjoying ice cream or cookies.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Ok, feeling loved is incredible at first, but the brainworms can be so bad you start doubting it or feel underserving and also get the fear or fucking up that one chance you got.

        I think for anons here who may someday have some similar luck, there's a few things like that be prepared for, because going back to hell after tasting how nice it can be but knowing it may never happen again sounds worse in some ways.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >be prepared for,
          to be prepared for*

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          The whole, is it better to have loved argument?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Ah you mean about the bad sides of a relationship?
            It's true that robot life while depressing is also uneventful, often devoid of happiness but also devoid of big distress, numbing. That life isn't enviable, it's almost like being dead, but it feels safe

            In comparison when you get something so nice, you have to open yourself to be potentially hurt pretty deelyThe pain even felt physical in a way during the few arguments that we had. But thanks to a lot of communication and not brushing off any issue to the side (since those grow and grow until it explodes), those things very rarely happen.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >but knowing it may never happen again sounds worse
          Nah, it's better to experience it once.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Start living in the real world more now you have the semblance of a life and discover new things. You basically have a companion to do anything you want. Go on holiday, visit museums, try new food at new restaurants, go to events. This place is a familiar place but it isn't nice, it is a wallow. It ultimately is a comfort blanket for the lost and the damned. Every time you step amongst the denizens of this purgatory you leave a little bit of light of the outside world here and people hate that. Normies use social media as a panacea but when it gets out of hand for them they still have real life. Just don't come back. Live your life free. Being chained to this place for comfort isn't good. Yes you feel hollow, so fill yourself with new life and new experiences!

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      nta but while I agree, changing one's lifestyle too suddenly can have adverse effects, such as identity problems, depersonalisation, etc. ideally it should be done gradually
      plus that girl seems to also spend most time at home/on internet, doesn't help

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >done gradually
        Sure, you can wean yourself off of something and build a better routine.
        >Make a measurable goal.
        >Record progress.
        >Reward progress.
        >Make things harder in increments.
        >And most importantly, if you fall off the wagon make sure to get back on the routine at the next avaliable opportunity and don't wallow/binge.
        You can start weaning yourself off /LULZ/ like that.
        >suddenly can have adverse effects, such as identity problems, depersonalisation
        While I agree these things can happen, I feel like the imposter syndrome type shit is well overblown. People can be happy. Just getting a gf can completely destroy a bunch of the ideology here. And instead of remembering that, people let the next failure cast them back into the abyss instead of realising that things like getting a gf is sometimes more luck based than the ideologies people think it is. The whole Internet is a disease that is ruining us as people.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I don't see LULZ as a whole block some ideologies are also a bit forced and not actually shared by that many people, but otherwise I agree.
          And it's definitely luck based, say there's 1% chance of that person you message or meet becoming love, it means you could have to do that and repeat a few hundreds times if you're unlucky. Like the lottery but instead of money you risk your time and your self-esteem.

          And most robots, I feel, are in a state where they don't want to be hurt once again by failing. The effort needed for one lottery ticket starts looking bigger and bigger and they may feel the chance of success is so low that it's not worth that price. "If I couldn't do it before, and now I'm worse, ain't no way it'll work now"
          Can't speak for everyone, but I think it's a common profile.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Well put, I don't want to be alone, but I can't handle being rejected again. It takes so much energy... it's less pain to just numb my mind by browinsg the same thing everyday, it's dull and uneventful but also I won't be hurt at least.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I don't see LULZ as a whole block
            When discussing things we are forced to make generalisations but I was in no one expressly stating that everyone here is part of "one block". However there are patterns of thoughts and behaviours that gravitate people here.
            >And it's definitely luck based
            Everything in life is. Obvious things mean that your chances are vastly increased.
            >repeat a few hundreds times
            A big problem is people here terms like "it is a numbers game" and repeat the SAME behaviour a few hundred times instead of trying to change or learn from mistakes.
            >And most robots, I feel, are in a state where they don't want to be hurt once again by failing.
            Some people have tried and failed multiple times. And it hurts. Others have barely tried and fear trying because they fear failure and getting hurt. It is an absolute mixture of people. And the fear of some of this stuff does look silly. But then again a lot of people here do have issues in terms of their social development where the escapism of technology allowed them to avoid even worse failings instead of learning to overcome them. But again, these are not whole blocks.

            Well put, I don't want to be alone, but I can't handle being rejected again. It takes so much energy... it's less pain to just numb my mind by browinsg the same thing everyday, it's dull and uneventful but also I won't be hurt at least.

            One good tactic to learn is to numb yourself to rejection more. A lot of rejection is based on things you either can't control about yourself or things that are misunderstandings. I think this skill is a key skill people learn that many robots avoid learning. I know many normies who still get very upset at rejection but bounce back from it better. Sometimes you just got to shoot your shots.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It makes me curious about how robots here would handle a relationship suddenly happening.

    How many would fuck it up being too insecure, the PIED issues likely to happen and all. Like imagine getting what you have been yearning for and then ruining it from your own fault.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can actually be a social reject with another social reject (female). It's rare, but it happens.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Although it often means there are some mental illness in that girl.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      No. The whole point of social interaction is to end up with a companion in your life. You got it. You are not a social reject, you found someone that not only accepts you, but lays in your fucking bed at night with you to wake up together with.
      Piss off. I view you as worse than an attention whore, as a man you can understand your nature and even break from it. But here you are failing to do that and seeking attention among us like a woman. You lost the moniker of robot the moment you got a gf. Thats a good thing. You don't belong here. You will never get it back because you got that once in a lifetime experience of having someone accept you on such a level. Even if you die alone and miserable, you will not have been that way your ENTIRE life. Your one singular experience now, even if by luck, has pushed you out of this wretched purgatory.

      Literally fuck off. Leave the truly miserable, lonely maggots like us commiserate in peace with the only semblance of understanding being "alone our whole lives". You are not part of this any more.

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've had 3 short-term relationships (two sixth months and one currently at 8 months somehow). I fuck it up each time cause of my fucked up brain
    >inb4 normie reeee
    I'm literally a supermarket worker who's gotten lucky with online dating. I find it hard to believe that once you put your penis in a vagina you can't post here anymore. I still sit in my room most days on this website, playing OSRS, browsing mindless content

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's weird to be called a normie for things that as whole haven't changed that much your life situation. When you still don't fit at all with actual normies but somehow you're also apparently not a non-normie either.
      Having a relationship doesn't suddenly solve your issues, and it can be short lived.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Having a relationship doesn't suddenly solve your issues, and it can be short lived.
        No it really doesn't, it can actually highlight your issues and make you feel like shit. My ex had BPD and loved to highlight anything bad she thought about me

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          oh hey, I had a similar experience,
          She would have extrem mood swings when she threatened to leave me, then say my very existence trapped her and will forever ruin her life; the only way she would be able to live in peace would require me to turn myself to the police (?) and be jailed, and if I truly loved her I could do this much.

          She'd say stuff like "I kept note of all your unforgiveable mistakes/sins, and the list keeps growing. It grew today, Apologize." without telling me what those mistakes were or her logic about why this constitues a sin.
          She would point an issue saying I'm failure for this reason and it will never change, always finding the perfect words to hurt as much as possible using the fact she knew my weak spots/insecurities. Couldn't even run away or she'd escalate it more and more.

          Then 2 days later she apologizes and cry saying she didn't mean any of this and love more than anything in the world and promise she won't threaten to break up and she'd be the sweetest lover I could hope for for a while.
          But then she'd be back to the same insane toxic mindset shortly after doing the same thing, infinite circles of abuse and love just broke me and I didn't date ever since, it's been 7 years.

          Fuck off, you can be single instantly if you wanted but you don't. I will never have any relationship

          I hear your pain anon but grass always greener on other side yada yada, I'm sure you'll see eventually

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Wait but what about the /r9gay/ robots quite a few dated or are dating is that thread in the wrong board.
    Not even mentioning all those femanon threads who (sadly) don't get told to fuck off that much

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Off the fucking Internet you braindead monkey.
    Go spend time with your gf you stupid fucking homosexual retard.

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If I get a gf one day, I realize I'll have no one to ask for advice, since only people here would relate to the baggage and issues that comes with being an (ex) robot. Reddit/Quora would just give generic answers or simply not get it.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You can always ask here, you'll get insulted and some ill-intended advices but I'm sure there'll be a few useful tips or experience, among the trash.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Asking for advice from "normies" on Reddit won't help. I think it is the case of making mistakes IRL and learning from them. And trying not to care too much about stuff that doesn't matter while understanding what is important.

      And even normies get that wrong all the time hence why people end up in so many bad relationships.

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Where to go as a robot after you find your soulmate and start living a happy couple life?
    tell us your tale so that we can all have but a glimmer of hope
    then go forth and leave us to rot here

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I am totally a social outcast with no friends (they just DONT get me bro they aren't my friends) and a loving girlfriend or wife (possibly even kids)
    >I'm just like you guys! (KHHV at age 35)
    Why do you want to be a reject so fucking badly? You are just rubbing shit in people's faces by posting here trying to LARP as unlovable when you have a support system and someone that loves you outside of family (some of us don't even have that). You are a fucking normie, now leave.

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Fuck I'm so sad I wasn't in here earlier.
    Now my reply won't be read.
    Its very simple.
    I will use myself as an example.
    31 khv.
    Been here since 2009.
    I scroll and reply to a post or two once or twice a day.
    Normal stuff. If you spend hours and just keep replying and having conversations on LULZ even as a 30 khv you are doing something wrong.
    Now let's say I finally get a gf and have sex.
    I will immediately stop repaying to post from then on. I'm usually talking about topics surrounded mens loneliness or celibacy i will just scroll on the toilet like I always do or maybe not even that because my thoughts will be occupied by what I will do with my gf today.
    If I ever come here after having a gf and reply to any post ever again I will have the sensibility to not make myself an example anymore and give "advice" or talk about my gf.
    The point I'm making is that people who still come here and give "advice" and talk about their gf, especially on LULZ, especially in the normal threads about no gf and loneliness, those people are TONE-DEAF.
    They are tone-deaf or failed normies who are >le sad despite having sex and think their opion matters here.
    Just go to reddit and talk about your wife with the other basedboys. There are plenty of spaces for you to talk about your life and get sympathy fit you "depression", just dont do it here. Leave.
    Read the room.

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