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 No.182936[Reply]

Aren't normies fickle and emotionally driven? Theoretically wouldn't it be easy to goad more of the dumber foreign powers into an unwinnable fight by publicly insulting their manhood/bravado?

I was talking to my cousin the other day and I wondered out loud if that would work against someone like Vladmir Putin. Openly insulting him, branding him feminine by the fact that they're
better at poisons and espionage than war and fighting. Say you tug at his peoples heartstrings, saying he'd rather fifty million Ruskies die than put him and his most loyal men to the test
by battling it out with sword and shield once and for all? We find a nice flat patch of land somewhere in Africa, and the rules are simple: 5,000 men. Swords, longswords, spears, shields, and
with leather or plate armor/clothing. Maybe it's wishful thinking. I get autistically annoyed sometimes thinking how there truly is no way to get rid of firearms. They're not tech, there's no
shut off button on an M4 or an AK47 unfortunately. How many wizards would unironically join a crusade called for by the pope himself right now if guns and bullets never existed?

 No.182937

>>182936
Putin is a cold blooded mobster who is the richest person on the planet. He cares about money and power, and calling his tactics womanly is not going to get him to stop assassinating people. Also, protip: you're not the first one with the genius idea to try and use someone's emotions to manipulate them. It's literally common as dirt.



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 No.181677[Reply]

Post ideas for side hustling, or anything you're doing that makes money on the side. I am interested in this for various reasons.
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 No.182717

>>182713
Oh, didn't know they used that in outpatient places

 No.182727

>>182717
It's cheap and very effective but many places try to avoid it for such applications because it stains the fuck out of cloths.

 No.182912

>>181728
>order a hand pill press. order gelatin capsules. put them in the machine. put powder in it, push it together and you have powder pills. you can put all kinds of herbs inside it. for instance cinnamon. you apply a markup and essentially turn $20 worth of powder and pills into $80. you sell it online via etsy or ebay. i once just blended up tree bark and sold it online as pills, labeled as pine bark pills

This sounds interesting to me but I always assumed doing something like this would require FDA regulations, licenses, registering a business, etc. I always assumed selling anything as supplements or vitamins would require a whole bunch of paperwork. Also how do you package the pills? Did you create a label and put it on a bottle? Thanks for any advice.

 No.182914

>>182912
I'm pretty sure it is illegal unless he marks them as not for consumption

 No.182919

>>182716
It has to do with what percentage of blood they take from you. If they take enough your brain can lose oxygen and you pass out. This is why they don't allow small people to donate blood. You probably just have more blood than him, not really something you should be bragging or laughing about.



 No.182901[Reply]

Anyone here have Kallmann syndrome? Pretty much means I never went through puberty and have practically nonexistent testosterone. I found out at 27 after I was taken off my mom’s insurance so I can’t afford treatment. Needless to say this condition has kept me pretty isolated after the age of thirteen when everyone started changing and I didn’t.

 No.182902

klinefelter chad here

 No.182903

I castrated myself

 No.182908

god I wish that were me

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 No.179760[Reply]

I'm a wiz in my 20s living in the third world and I want wisdom from other fellow third worlders or just poor wizards older than me who may or may not be independent.

I may have done a mistake but my mother tried to pick a fight with me and in the heat of the moment I bursted that I was going to leave the house and now there is no going back. Strangely I'm not as anxious as I though I would be but still I lost at what to do from here on since I was overpretected my whole life.

Even now I feel as if I'm floating, its like I just dropped a huge weight from my shoulders.

I have never been independent but this can't really go on. Its a bad situation for both of us so I have to live on my own. I'm looking around on facebook for the cheapest possible rooms and deps I can rent but I know I have to go around looking for them.

I just want general sage advice to face the misfortunes to come.
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 No.182894

>>182893
My previous comment included this
>but i dont have to work. really need to find some other solution to make money, that is all that matters in life

 No.182895

>>182894
you must be that moron that lives in his car then, fuck off

 No.182897

>>182895
i am not, and fuck you i am just stating facts. not my problem that your situation is worse than mine. regardless of how i have money, other comments saying things like
>only benefit of moving out is you can rope without parents walking in on your body
are dumb and false

 No.182898

>>182897
they aren't, unless you are living rent-free and alone somehow with income n(in which case you'd be aware your situation is extremely rare and doesn't apply to anyone else) then it's not worth it

 No.182899

>>182886
Living alone for most people actually means living at work since the cost of living is so high these days. It's no wonder NEETs tend to stay with their parents.



 No.182671[Reply]

Alright guys. I've worked at a homeless shelter for like the past year and I swear to fucking god I've seen nearly just about every crime against humanity and nature performed by these people. This is coming from someone who used to consider themselves someone pretty progressive in terms of homelessness but now. Eh. I've witnessed death, drugs, beastiality, shit, piss, cum, piss in the shit, shit in the cum, cum in the piss, cum and shit with the piss, etc ever since I started working here.
>Guys how do I regain my hopes and optimism in humanity because I swear I have none left after working here with these literal neanderthals.
>Also how would you fix homelessness if you could. Literally any response is free game.

I don't consider myself a political person at all but if you want more conservative people to exist, just make them work in homeless shelters. Also general AMA type deal up in here cause I have tons of disgusting stories I need to tell.
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 No.182854

>>182852
>Do not disparage or show contempt for the celibate, NEET, or reclusive lifestyles.

the mods are retards who can't interpret the rules anyway, you can get away with pretty much anything if you word your posts only a little bit ambiguously

 No.182864

>>182691
A pure human lives with their tribe, this is not a pure human, this is a human that has been rejected by the tribe, this is a tainted human.

 No.182866

>>182854
It's probably more a matter of them hardly browsing the site and therefore not taking action against anything unless it appears in their "reports queue". Just a week ago I had my post removed in respect to Rule 4 for very simply suggesting some NEET (who said he was burnt-out on media consumption) go outside.

 No.182877

>>182671
Why are you still there?
You better run before something surprises you after many signals.

 No.182878

>>182864
>like tribes are the purest thing around

You are not considered to have basic notions of what purity is.



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 No.175749[Reply]

Any advice from wizards who have passed the trial? Did you do or feel anything different months before turning 30? Did you celebrate? What magic powers did you acquire in the end? Has anything changed for you since turning 30?

It suddenly occured to me that I'll actually be joining your ranks this year. I had almost forgotten about it. Now I'm a little stumped. I'm not sure if it should feel like a big thing or not.
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 No.181633

>>180506
That theory doesn't make sense, Hugh Hefner said his first time was at 22.

What's more likely is people on the autism or aspergers scale were "broken" to begin with (I don't like this term to describe people who aren't normals or NT's).

They might have been able to socialize in school, because school forces people to sit next to each other and spend time together, but it ends soon after that.

This world isn't built for nonneurotypicals. Period.
I knew since age ~9-10 something is very wrong. I did not connect and click naturally with other kids to burn ants and pick on physically disabled kids.

I also hated most adults for behaving like kids my age since I was around 8. I could not believe the childishness of most adults. That not only lead to deeply seated resentment, but depression.

 No.181634

>>181633
The worst I did to bugs was when I saw ants and sweat bees having a little war. I tore off the wings of the bees thinking I was making it more fair (despite the fact the bees were outnumbered something like a dozen to one).

 No.181641

>>181633
The vast majority of american adults I've met *are* 8 year olds in a very grown up body.

I have also met people who feel like 500 year old souls but those are very rare. They can be of both genders and of any physical age.

 No.181662

>>181630
Happy Birthday and welcome to wizardry, OP. I reached it 2,5 years ago and as expected it was a completely uneventful day as usual, Hagrid must have missed the memo or something.

 No.182876

>>176604
>fasting
>leaving dairies, grains and reducing meat in thy diet
>eating once or twice a day
>colon cleansing
>repeat it all. A lot.

You won't probably reach better unless. This is how I've been crawling away from my past insanity, slowly, very slowly.



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 No.179851[Reply]

Does anyone else really hate that phrase? I hear people spout it all the time, especially people that always talk about "self-improvement" but act like complete dickheads that haven't improved their shitty attitude at all. I don't know if it's just me, but when someone says that when referring to something that isn't shitting in diapers or acting immature, it comes off as really snarky.
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 No.182848

I wish I had the brain of my childhood self, being curious and able to enjoy things. Nothing is enjoyable anymore, just painful and unnecessary.

 No.182861

I hate the separation between childish things and adult things in general. The childish spirit that people are born with should remain with them for life, but at the same time they should be prepared for the real world as early as possible. In modern society, it's the opposite. The "childish" spirit of curiosity, openness, enthusiasm, etc. is lost early on; destroyed by modern education, parenting and oversocialization in general. Yet children are not prepared for life either, they're coddled by their parents, rarely taught any valuable skills that would make them self-reliant, hardship or discomfort is avoided no matter what. They're placed in a bubble where everything is colorful, happy, safe and sanitized. But they're not allowed to venture outside of the bubble to fulfill their desire for exploration which allows them to grow into robust people. Then, after many years of schooling which consists mostly of learning to be obedient and regurgitate often useless information, the bubble is popped and the child is thrust into the cold, harsh world of adulthood and expected to know what to do, all while their enthusiasm and creativity have been crushed.

Also, once they become an adult, they're expected to abandon their "childish" interests and focus on their career, with maybe a couple consumption-based hobbies allowed in their meager spare time. I remember when I was a kid I enjoyed many different things like fantasy games, anime, baseball, drawing, musical instruments, etc. But something changed when I was around 13 that made me view all of those things as childish (probably teachers brainwashing me about grades and getting into college), so I decided to "grow up" and focus on studying instead. I even started watching the news and getting into politics to really seem mature. When a boring little faggot I became. I remember that's the point I started to become depressed and had trouble keeping friends because I was so boring. The only hobby I maintained was video games, but I only played FPS and strategy games since I saw those as being more mature. Only recently have I rediscovered some of the things I used to enjoy, but it'll never be quite the same.

 No.182862

There is a lot of brain washing today. Hedonic brain washing, societal brain washing, society telling you what you should desire and what type of person you should try to become. This is a very heavy force that starts from a very young age. However this brain washing is not total. A person's individuality is also asserted as a person develops and as a person is brain-washed. Maturity is having the introspection to reassert your individuality, to try and make your individuality be the telos of your life.

>>182861
You seem to be in a dump. I was in a similarly low state. I'll go over the mentality that got me out of my depression.

You are in college, right? So you are learning something abstract and powerful. This should also be a part of your individual self-expression, not watching the same kind of anime that you did when you were young. Everything of note, every ideal, every skill that you hold, should be synthesized into one idea, and you should pursue this to the fullest. This final expression of individuality, it will probably be something no one else can understand, not here, not in real life, nowhere, but it will be something that is worth doing.

 No.182868

>>180311
>You are in college, right?
No I already graduated college and have been floating between jobs since. The only class I recall taking that felt "abstract and powerful" was a philosophy class where the professor actually challenged us to think on our own. And only a handful of students in the entire class were capable of it, the rest expected to be spoon-fed. The other classes were just memorizing information to pass exams.

Nearly everything of value I've learned has been through attempts to accomplish things on my own. That's why I think it's best to let kids just explore things themselves, so they can learn from their mistakes, learn what they like, what they're good at. Perhaps with a mentor to give guidance, rather than having their hand held all along the way. And this is a better way to develop one's individuality than reading textbooks or listening to lectures.

 No.182870

>>182869
Don't tempt me. I can't go back to prison.



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 No.178842[Reply]

First about let me make this clear, this thread ain't against wizardry or any improvecuck shit, it's about groid behaviour and avoiding them

Back in the day I used to not give a fuck about my looks, had long hair and went out with a hoodie. While that kept some normgroids away sometimes it made business owners to look at me with suspiction or attract crazy people and stuff like that. Lately I was reading that Lookism webtoon and started to think about grooming myself a little. The other day I wanted to test how much this would change so I went with my hoodie and dark jeans as always except I put a shirt and a necktie and styled my hair (I'm thinking about cutting it since long hair requires too much care). I also put on sunglasses. Groids' behaviour changed almost instantly towards me, store owners won't view me with suspiction, they even treated me with more manners and stuff. My looks were more like a mafia thug/aggressive type and hobos and related shit also avoided me

Don't get me wrong, I find this so fucking frustrating. I realized that just by putting a fucking necktie normgroids would treat me different, their superficialism is terrible. I mean I know that groids are superficial but experiencing this was even more shocking. They judge people by their looks in a very sick manner. You could be either a psychopath or a genius and your looks would dictate their reaction. I don't want interaction with them yet ironically trying to look like them seems to keep groids away

So, what are your thoughts or experiences on this? Should wizards "blend in" among the groids to avoid unwanted attention? I always thought that looking like a hobo would be a better option since that would scare them away but on the opposite it seems that looking like a normalfag keeps them away. Like the gray man concept of preppers. I'm forced to go outside to buy groceries and some stuff so staying inside 24/7 is impossible, I must walk in the fucking city where the lowest human type walks around
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 No.182598

>>182580
>succubi of silicon valley dot com
I'm not even going to bother reading that.

 No.182599

>>182478
This is a brutal reality that more people should accept. The crabs seethe at the rampant lookism that pervades our society, and while it is true that modern technology has intensified the phenomenon, that doesn't make it unwarranted.

Looks reliably tell you a lot about people; in particular, if they're uggos, there's probably something off about them. That's just the way things are.

 No.182645

>>182586
> the child of that Silicon Valley tech millionaire and a neuroscientist female is very likely not going to go into a fraternity, party his mind out playing beer pong and engage in casual sex with random succubi.
HAAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA, oh you got to be fucking kidding me. While it is true that two retarded parents arent going to produce a smart-child (although it can happen, just isnt a 80-100% guarantee) saying silicon valley millionaires arent impulsive dumb shits is laughable, most if not all of them (the succubi and men) are involved with the billionaire elite and participate in activities such as child-rape and orgies (just look at jeffery epstein).

 No.182669

>My looks were more like a mafia thug/aggressive type and hobos and related shit also avoided me

Holy shit kys op

 No.182676

>>182599
>Looks reliably tell you a lot about people; in particular, if they're uggos, there's probably something off about them. That's just the way things are.

Which came first though, being off or looking like a goblin?
A person bullied long enough for their looks, short stature etc. will eventually snap and become strange.

>>182645
> silicon valley millionaires arent impulsive dumb shits is laughable, most if not all of them (the succubi and men) are involved with the billionaire elite and participate in activities such as child-rape

Take your meds. What does Epstein have to do with any of this or people designing apps and games for your phone?



 No.181680[Reply]

Anyone here has been overly sheltered for their whole life that they can't imagine dealing with the outside world anymore?
Between the pivotal ages of 8 to 20, I had no prominent father figure or role model in my life. My father worked 10 hours a day and didn't take any interest in me. I was the last to learn how to shave, never taught to even throw a ball or even had a normal "birds and the bees" talk with my father. The most important thing for a child is their same-sex parent.
I was also overly sheltered and coddled by my mother. I never was able to go out and do stupid kid stuff and make mistakes, memories and friendships.

As such I never fit in with my classmates as I didn't have their same freedoms or hobbies. Which made me become an introvert with little self esteem.

Then came middle school. In which my depression got so terrible due to a mix of cystic acne, being traumatized by bullying, and an addiction to the internet as a form of escapism that I made the worse decision in my life and dropped out due to severe bullying to just do online classes. Once a top student, now essentially a drop out.

From there, I became a chronic procrastinator. I didn't want to do the school work because I felt too shit and thrived in a classroom. Then my class graduated before me and doing the work became painful, a constant reminder that I was behind everyone else. So I didn't do it.

I stayed a neet in my bedroom. Sleeping most of my day away and spending the rest in escapism, playing games or posting on the chans as I am right now. Then months turned to years. Depression meds did nothing as I had nothing to live for. No memories or foreseeable future.

Now I'm 26 and I can't believe how much time has past. I can't imagine having to deal with the outside world or function properly with the outside world.I become utterly clumsy and I get awkward and act like such a clumsy retard when I have to buy something from the grocery. I can't force myself to do something else? alas, the outside world would eat me up.
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 No.181711

>>181680
Yeah similar thing here, my parents were overprotective and basically forbade from going outside without their supervision until I was 18 years old and by that point I was a shutin afraid of the outside world.

 No.181723

I've been there. Believe me, trying, failing and trying again is the best way to overcome that. It will suck at the beginning cause the feeling of failed mission is gigantic, but that's totally fine and it's part of the process.

 No.182568

>>181706
Hey OP I just wanna make sure that while this is sad fs this dude is legit idealizing genocide so don't take advice from this guy about how to be lol. Like the end there… that's some crazy monologue shit. The recognition of powerlessness in the beginning contrast with the power of an identity who is: "a demagogue who articulates your deep desires and madness." This is literally what instability looks like.

 No.182601

>>181706
Tryhard schizopost
>>181680
>I was the last to learn how to shave, never taught to even throw a ball or even had a normal "birds and the bees" talk with my father.
Good. Plenty of opportunity to figure it out for yourself.

 No.182640

>>181706
bro what?



 No.178442[Reply]

What do you do when someone asks you (e.g., your mother), "When are you going to have children, anon?" Have you ever wanted to have kids? Why? Have you ever thought about how fucked up your life would be right now if you had kids? About how fucked up your kids would be?
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 No.182555

>>179684
>People who live in poverty-stricken nations where every day is a struggle, and who choose to create a new life who will likewise have to live their entire life in those terrible circumstances are evil people.
Should governments make explicit antinatalist policies like the Chinese did?

 No.182557

>>178443
Antinatalism is not the same as promortalism. Antinatalism is the philosophical position that life is not worth STARTING. Promortalism is the philosophical position that dying as soon as possible is best.

 No.182560

>>182557
Promortalism, I like that.

 No.182563

>>178442
>What do you do when someone asks you…
No one has ever asked me this or been concerned about it; it’s immediately obvious from my appearance/mannerisms that I’m a dead end. Also I don’t go outside or talk to anyone anymore.
>Have you ever wanted to have kids? Why?
I used to as it was just part of life, and I thought I could somehow prove that my genetics were actually okay by raising them to be successful/happy.
>Have you ever thought about how fucked up your life would be right now if you had kids?
Yes, sometimes. It would be okay if I had a partner with much better genetics than me, but then I’d just be poisoning her pool.
>About how fucked up your kids would be?
Extremely. There are so many personality disorders, neurological disorders, diseases and autoimmune conditions in my family that it’s a crime that they weren’t all sterilized 2+ generations ago.

 No.182564

>"When are you going to have children, anon?"
She thinks I'm gay, never received this question
>Have you ever wanted to have kids? Why?
Not really to be honest, most people only breed to have something to take praise on. Kids are no more than trophies for this parents.
>Have you ever thought about how fucked up your life would be right now if you had kids?
I remember begging to have a dog as a kid, and utterly regreting because now I was responsible for something and couldn't just kill myself. Luckily my mom became its owner. If I had a kid I wouldn't dare to leave him/her alone so I'd be stuck to this world until they reach age of majority, that means more years alive which is really bad with my currently psychological state.
>About how fucked up your kids would be?
Unfortunately I have cursed genetics, so they'd have some kind of psycholoical disturb. Aside from that, I'm pretty sure they'd be raised well. I'd teach them how to survive in this world without being a doomer, play with them, guarantee a good childhood full of care and affection. Teach they can follow whatever path they choose, let it be normalgroid or wizardry, provided they're happy.

Basically I'd be the exact opposite of what my parents were. Bring a soul to this planet to make it as miserable as I am is just too much bestial for me.



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