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 No.263064

I can't believe I had to endure 12 years of this absolute drudgery and idiotic shit.

Thinking back on it, nothing good came of it. I learned no skills, I gained nothing except PTSD and a host of bad memories that make me cringe and make my stomach hurt.

I will never forgive humanity and a society that subjected me to such tortures.

 No.263065

If you think school is bad try working, it will make school seem like heaven because you can do stupid shit without consequences.

I would rather go back to school than wageslave.

 No.263066

>>263065
>If you think school is bad try working, it will make school seem like heaven because you can do stupid shit without consequences.

Why are you trying to compare a place you can leave voluntarily to a place you can't leave voluntarily? They aren't comparable and jobs are 100% better than being forced to endure bullying and social torment.

You sound like a clueless NEET.

 No.263067

Being an underperformer in school, I always wondered if my lack of effort would ever affect my adult life. Turns out that dropping out, and getting a GED with my middle school knowledge sufficed well enough, so now I wish I had put even less effort into school.

 No.263068

>>263065
School
>spend 6 hours in government facility being under charge of unionized gov roastie workers who tend to drone on about whatever they want in between lesson plans
>hours of homework, writing down redundant, useless information
>legally mandated to go, otherwise you get taken to gov run foster care

Work:
>spend as much time as I want at job (at this point, given labor shortage, it's an employee's market)
>get paid for time spent there
>get to choose where I work (construction > everything else entry level)
>I can simply quit a job whenever I get sick of it, and either go to another one or just coast by living on rice and beans in my car
>if I get laid off, I can collect benefits
>have the option to start my own business/side gigs with whatever skills I so wish to accrue

Maybe if you're spending all your wageybux on some shitty apartment in the middle of a city, and as a result living paycheck to paycheck. And in addition to that, you're in a labor market area where there are only shit jobs, then, yes, that's a horrible situation.

 No.263080

I loved school, but I was fortunate enough to have a dad who explained to me at a young age "If you ever get bullied, take a blunt weapon and attack the person from behind. Don't listen to the teacher or any moralizing, just accept the punishment and it'll end, trust me".

It literally worked, every time I got in shit I just had a fight and afterwards I got left alone. My brother did the same with a cricket bat. My old boy has problems from school bullying (he was the one foreign kid in a new country) and made sure it never happened to us kids, he took us to the park and taught us how to hurt people in the weekends.

I had parents and people that sort of looked after me too. One time I got picked on by a few older niggers walking home my neighbor seen me in tears and sorted it out.

The kids that didn't have supportive parents or came to believe the feminine "just tell a teacher or tell the bullies 'stop, I don't like that' " got bullied with no recourse.

Fighting fair is a total meme. Nothing can really protect against a steel tube from the back of the head, and it serves as a good deterrence.

 No.263084

>>263066
>>263068
If you think that school (think High School/College not kindergarten) is worse than working you never worked a day in your life.

There's a good reason why people nowadays want to extend school as long as possible, and call the school days the best days of your life.

 No.263085

>>263084
> There's a good reason why people nowadays want to extend school as long as possible, and call the school days the best days of your life.
Because they're normalfags who flourish in social environments and see college like adult daycare. Most of them have crippling debt to look forward to, thereby increasing the amount they have to work, unless they get into a good STEM career, or maybe even finance.

 No.263086

>>263085
I never said that school was perfect, but it was way better than school, just the fact that you can leave early and spend the rest of the day playing videogames is an advantage, that and being weird in school is not that rare nowadays with all the inclusive shit.

Working destroys your body and soul making shekels for some jew, they have to pay you to even consider doing it.

 No.263087

>>263086
Massive typo there, I meant to say that school is better than a job.

 No.263088

>>263085
That debt shit is an american phenomenon, every decent country that considers people as human beings has free college, including eastern european and latin american countries.

 No.263092

>>263086
That's fair. Personally, I enjoy making money and living a meager lifestyle in the process, whereas school was a rough ordeal for me that didn't really build me up as a person beyond learning math, which I liked to an extent.

 No.263094

What are you going to do about it?

 No.263100

>>263084
After graduating high school I immediately got a part-time job as a nighttime security guard and moved into my own private apartment. That was the singular greatest increase in quality of life that I have ever experienced.

School is immeasurably worse than work. It's not consensual. You're forced to go to your local school 5 days a week, 8 hours a day, and there's nothing you can do to change that. That's horrible. Work isn't like that. You can get a part time job. You can come in during the witching hour when everyone else is asleep if you want. You can choose out of a myriad of different jobs to find the one you think would be most enjoyable instead of being forced into the same insipid meaningless classes that every other student is forced into.
But the biggest thing is, it's just so much work. You can't 'turn your brain off' and just daydream through school. It requires an active mental participant from everyone, even if you're slacking off. Plus you're never 'done' with school. There's no separation between home life and work life when you're going to school. The homework is incessant. If you procrastinate it hangs over you constantly as a form of psychological torture. And you're expected to study once you're done with homework as well. You're never 'done'. Contrast this with work. Once your shift is over, you're done. Period. You don't need to think about it, you don't need to get anxious over assignments or quizzes. You just put in your hours and then go home. That change was amazing to me once I started working. It made life so much easier, so much more enjoyable.

 No.263101

>>263100
>After graduating high school I immediately got a part-time job as a nighttime security guard and moved into my own private apartment.

So fucking jealous, my parents made sure that I "didn't waste my life".

 No.263119

Curious how everyone says that Work > School yet we have a wageslave thread (where everyone is unhappy) an we don't have a school thread.

 No.263120

>>263119
Yea because most people here are over 18. School is better than work anyway since you can just choose to stay home 1/3rd of the time or whatever and not get in much trouble.

 No.263122

>>263120
Not to mention the fact that nobody really cares what you do in school unless you are causing trouble. I spent most of my high school years either skipping classes or doing nothing in class. I've never worked but I think I'd be fired in a few days at most if I did.

 No.263124

>>263119
1. You need to be over 18 to post here
2. People have tried making university threads and they get flooded with people whining that real wizards can’t possibly be functional enough to go to college.

 No.263126

>>263124
Yet people are functional enough to get a job that requires way more responsibilities…

 No.263129

I really didn't learn anything in school except basic math, anything else I have learned by myself out of personal interest.

There was way more negative stuff than positive, in elementary school all the white kids got beat up by immigrant retards and later I got bullied for being an autistic weirdo in high school and my parents just gave me the usual "tell them to stop" bs, one time they even called the parents of another kid. I was always under crazy tension going to school until I finally dropped out because I couldn't take it anymore.

I think the area where you go to school to really makes a big difference as well.

 No.263130

I would have been better off if I just slacked off got in fights did drugs and skipped school

 No.263160

>>263101
Yeah my parents did push hard against this decision but after going through high school I was so burnt out and desperate for an improvement that it was fairly easy to stay adamant about it.

 No.263182

>>263126
Thats something I really don’t understand in wizchan really. Working is MILLIONS of times more normalfag thing than going university but for some reason its tolerated. I don’t do either btw before someone attacks me. I did graduated from university 4 years ago and I’m 29yo neet. I really believe someone who works cannot be true wizard but just a virgin normal. My father did even find me a cushy job but I said I prefere death over working and I did refused. I’m biologically incapable of working and will NEVER work.

 No.263191

>>263182
> I said I prefere death over working and I did refused

Wow, you're special (the good kind).

 No.263197

>>263191
Most people say that but they never go through with it.



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