turned 31 yesterday, i can already levitate
I wish you a happy life.
It's almost over.
Battlestar Galactica, a great choice
Just turned 33 today, same age as Jesus.
Back in 2014 when I was 25, even being a Wizard seemed a long ways off
I'm celebrating at a buffett and strategizing tactics on how to consume the most value
I'm similar but in September
Problem is I still have no jobs now after a year of being unemployed
You feel safe in your mid twenties. And then you hit 28 and realize just how you've wasted your life.
Happy birthday. Don't waste another second on this shithole, nor in any other online community.
Congratulations! Heres to another 30 of wizadry
im gonna turn 30 this year i don’t know how to feel about it i guess i don’t care im too tired to think
40 is the real no point of return.
two years more to become a wizard
26 here. I can only hope I was born late enough to have a robot taking care of me in my old age. It's gonna be just me by the time I'm 65. The closest younger relatives I have are cousins once removed.
30 is the point of compromise if you have the energy for it.
28 was the age i decided i had to do something. Anything. And then Covid happened lol.
Still counting your age year by year then you still got time. Act fast though.
I became a wizard earlier this month. It is what it is. I have my reasons.
Still weird, I thought it'd just be wizards here and said wizards took pride in it. This just feels like some other place.
What would you have done? I don't see anything I could do now (28) that'd make me a norman. Maybe if I win the lottery or something, maybe, but otherwise what is there to do? Kill oneself? You're pretty much stuck if you don't have any friends and jobless. And every job I get I end up quitting for one reason or another so idk…
Nothing too drastic really. I just wanted change of some kind. I was going to the gym regularly for a few years and i was making plans to move out, quit my dead-end job and find something else (probably a different dead-end job). Turning 31 this year and i'm exactly where i was before the pandemic but fatter with a receding hairline and no motivation to make any changes.
out of 10 wizards which would already be rare only 1 or 2 would be isolationist truwiz, this site would better be described as virgins who don't want to give up and be losers
I think you can be happy and wizard if you don't have to interact with normans, essentially if you can achieve true isolation without having to worry about food or basic necessities, otherwise it's just not possible. It has nothing to do with wiz or not, it's just having to deal with things you don't like or stressing about dealing with things you don't like or want. On a daily basis.>>191066
idk… I don't want to be a pessimist, this is wiz and not dep, but asking to change my habits now, I feel would be like pulling a random norman off the streets and telling them to be a ufc fighter, you have to train to be a ufc fighter from 4/6 years old. In the same way unless your a norman at 4/6 years (maybe if you make changes at 17/18) old you're not going to be a norman at 28 or 31… I don't want to say it's impossible, it's very very unlikely. I personally feel my health deteriorating and am just hoping I die soon… I don't have the courage to kill myself but I don't see how things can get better…
It wasn't really about 'becoming norman', just a wanted to have some independence, not feel like a victim of circumstance and feel like i'm living my life on my own terms (even if that life is still ultimately shit). Unfortunately that old wizdom of it being harder to get up after you've had a fall when you're older doesn't just apply to a man physically. I want to say something encouraging to you but i'm really struggling here lol. I guess all we can do is hang in there and hope we can carve out some form of happiness eventually.