>I have two really good online friends, maybe some of the best friends I've ever had in my life, we were basically clones of each other.
>I have another friend that I've known since primary school.
>They all become great friends and now I'm not friends with any of them anymore.
What the fuck, I'll never find friends like that again, I'm fucking ruined.
Yeah you will. I'm right here. How's it going new best friend?
I get that you're trying to be nice but this feels as disingenuous as when a guy says online "Guys don't get any compliments" and then someone replies with something like "I really like your comment(ing) fellow le redditor" like it's obviously not genuine and it feels dumb. I appreciate you trying though.
Why not? Why can't we become best friends forever and ever? What's stopping us?
I mean, I know you're being disingenuous but literally nothing is stopping us.
I'm not. Tell me what games you play.
First off how old are you? I'm 20 so if you're a lot older than me then I know we're just not gonna get along.
22. Now tell me what games you play.
I like fighting games and roguelikes, other than that, watching MMA and watching movies and TV shows I don't really have a whole lot of interests. I'm also a bit of a spaz and have a really specific sense of humour. And I'm Australian if that helps.
>And I'm Australian if that helps.
No that means we're on opposite ends of the earth, sorry.
You won't know if you don't try!
What games do you play?
Mostly strategy games. Warcraft 3. Northgard.
I do enjoy a strategy type of game from time to time. I don't know if these sorts of games fit into that genre but I enjoy city-building games where you have to mitigate threats and manage resources and shit like FrostPunk.
Yeah, those are good. Not a lot of them are multiplayer though. It would be good to have multiplayer games.
It would, we could always talk about this over Discord though, though I don't think either one of us wants to drop their details here.
You skipped a huge part of the story. How exactly did it end up like that?
That's literally it, they just got along really well and stopped inviting me to games and calls and shit.
You don't just suddenly stop being a nexus of connection to people. There is a rationale and reason for this beyond them just liking someone else better. If you were that attached as a group and truly a positive force in their lives then you need to reflect on that lack of congruency.
You clearly have never gone through what I went through, you're just talking shit at this point.
>You clearly have never gone through what I went through, you're just talking shit at this point.
Yes, your supposed best friends just completely left you due to no fault of your own.
You have made two simultaneous mistakes.
1. Overly attached to emotions with other people
2. Fucking lazy as shit with finding new people to connect with
Fix one, dipshit. Stop whining about being lonely, and either get more friends or be cool with being alone.
Something mustve happened, ask them.
Good relationships take effort, put some effort in or you'll lose them.
>put some effort in or you'll lose them.
I already lost them and I did put in effort but after they met my other friend they stopped reciprocating it.