Every time I try to do something in the real world or even in normie places on the internet I get scolded,laughed at,ridiculed,bullied etc I just can't comprehend how humans work,how they manage to live day by day buying stupid shit all the time,working,having relationships etc.29 posts and 5 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
All of this alienated me from the real world,other people look like aliens for me,I don't care about what happens in the real world anymore,I don't care about politics,the economy,the elections,COVID or anything that goes outside my own little bubble.
I think I wasn't designed for living in this world,when I watch anime or play games I look at these vast worlds full of great things or incredible people and I wish I lived in those worlds instead of this shitty world,sometimes I cry all night because I don't want to live in this horrible world that has nothing for me,but the only option is killing myself,I wish I could live in my fantasy words,I think that is extremely sad and almost criminal that the human mind is able to create these beautiful perfect worlds but we are forever doomed to watch them from outside,never indulging in our most precious fantasies.
I wish there was some kind of VR machine that plugged into our brains so people like me that just can't function in this world could enjoy our own fantasies living our perfect fantasy lives,normies that enjoy life could enjoy their shit as always if they want to,but for people like us the only solution is suicide.
This is so fucking bullshit,I never asked to be born like this,I never wanted to experience this horrible absurd world but I'm forced to,I'm forced to endure this dogshit until I die and dissolve into nothingness,this is so unfair and I'm so fucking mad at all,I wish I could live in my fantasy worlds inside my brain but I can't,and instead I'm forced to be alive in this shitty world that has nothing for me.
>>228780>I just can't comprehend how humans work, how they manage to live day by day buying stupid shit all the time,working,having relationships etc.
Most people simply reproduce the behaviours of others, without really thinking about it. They might be happy or not that way but they certainly won't question it.
Some people however will eventually question those things and often end up realizing that what is considered to be normal doesn't makes much sense. So they'll adopt very different behaviours and be seen as weird by others.
Normies shaped the world according to themselves, we can't fit in as we realize just how little sense it makes and knowing there's nothing we can do to fix it is depressing.
Fantasy worlds on the other hand are crafted so the creator had to put thought into how it will function and how each people in it will play a role. Even with flaws those worlds are still a lot more interesting than our real mindless one.
The best we can do is sticking to what we judge to be right and continue acting according to our beliefs. Living a normal life like everyone else seems worthless, and even if it's painful I can at least be proud of experiencing life differently.
>>231655>People are confrontational and antagonistic toward men, especially young men and especially young men who seem incompetent or don't fit in.
That's the long and short of it. This is how societies in general have always worked - men only matter once they've made something of themselves. Men without status are either a threat or garbage. And men who ended up as failures? Those are considered lower than dogshit.
As far as I know, all societies in history have worked this way. The matriarchal ones very much included.
I think these counter-arguments against existing inside of a virtual world are straw-man arguments. Why you can't have legit experiences in VR and find satisfaction from them?
This is still the best response I've seen to any of these arguments. Why should I be scared of brain-in-a-jar scenario if my life is already part of a simulation that I have no real power in?
was there not an out limits/nu-twilight zone episode about this? unrelated, but i'm still curious.