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- Wed, 01 Jul 2020 09:18:45 EST 7NEuTW8z No.535178
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just want some advice. i am 25 year old male loner autist with zero social skills, currently trying to move out of parent's for the summer. in the process of trying to secure a sub-let only problem is it's a house of 3 other girls aged 19-23 and one guy.

the girl who is subletting the room wants to meet me this weekend to discuss it.

i am not a creep and my intention is nothing but to leave these people alone and peacefully coexist with them. however my experience with girls this age is (perhaps understandably) that they are uptight, suspicious, and untrusting and do not seem to differentiate between 'awkward' and 'creepy'. what i mean by that is if you are the type that is notably socially awkward and uncomfortable in social situations they tend to think you are hiding something sinister and potential psycho simply because you are not socialised.

any advice on how to make these girls think i have no bad intentions and mean no harm without coming off like some SIMP ?

i just wanna live independently for a bit and all i can remotely afford are these house share type situations. i would just not interact with them but i fear this may be difficult in 5 bedroom house. any advice appreciated thanks.

i'm bisexual and just as socially awkward around guys too but guys tend to be more chilled out and not as paranoid about that kind of thing
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Archie Hosslegold - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 11:53:42 EST mttQWkrO No.535179 Reply
>my experience with girls this age is (perhaps understandably) that they are uptight, suspicious, and untrusting and do not seem to differentiate between 'awkward' and 'creepy'

I don't think so? I mean if it's just totally unfounded on your part, maybe this comes from personal experience you have with girls who were this way or maybe it comes from an inability to tell what behaviors in yourself might come off as creepy. This wouldn't be your fault obviously and is nothing to feel bad about, I think most of us would respond well to having an honest dialogue regardless. I think that's a good place to start. I don't think anyone has ever come off as creepy trying to ask about and respect boundaries. I would maybe start from the premise "living in this kind of situation is new for me, and I'm kind of shy/awkward, I don't want to be misinterpreted, so if there's anything I do that rubs you guys the wrong way, please let me know".

I wouldn't mention that you're concerned specifically because they're girls, angle it that it's living with people in general, and don't mention that you're bi or anything right off the bat that would suggest creepiness. Don't say "sometimes people think I'm creepy" because that immediately puts that idea into their heads and they're primed to see your behavior that way when they weren't before and they would immediately want to know "wait, what do people find creepy about you?", because that's almost certainly just your false perception of yourself, but our assumption would be that there's a real reason that people have called you that. Just say you know living with people like this will be new for me, etc., try to be as vague as humanly possible, that way almost anything you do that they don't like (if anything) will be credited to this and not anything about you as a person.

Don't say any of this as if it's something that's guaranteed to happen either, just say hey I don't have the best social skills, sometimes I say or do things that rub people the wrong way without meaning to, if I happen to do that it's an honest mistake, so just let me know and I can work to be better.

This is all just covering your bases I think too. Not knowing you from Adam, my default assumption is that you don't come off as creepy at all and you just come off as awkward (if anything, you probably just come off as quiet/reserved/etc.), which I don't think most of us automatically assume is creepy, and if we do that's on us not you.
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Thomas Blatherwill - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 12:20:25 EST UpZDwX6q No.535181 Reply
>>535178
If you've already made up your mind about these people based on the limited demographic information you have, why are you wasting her time with a meeting?
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Priscilla Drackleturk - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 13:05:19 EST USUZpST+ No.535182 Reply
Just try and be friendly and polite but not too intense. If you can't get on with them at this meeting then you don't want to be living with them anyway.

>>535179
>and if we do that's on us not you
That doesn't really help if it's on them if they treat him poorly for it.
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John Dommerkedge - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 13:51:49 EST q4UfCtpl No.535183 Reply
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>>535181

Because I can only afford to share a home and the girl was basically saying she wanted to meet me to discuss all the details. I wanted to get it all finalised and paid over text, she suggested a meeting.

>>535179

Lol, fair enough, I'm don't really want to say anything to suggest I would be a problem or have a problem with their gender. I don't want to say anything to suggest I'd be a liability in any way, as I want to secure the deal. It's just I think when girls are at that 'prime' age they get sexually harassed so much that they become paranoid when a guy gives signals that he is 'odd' or 'not normal'. I just base this off their body language and tone when I've had to interact with them, and observing other guys who lack social skills, they get very defensive and suspicious and try to shut it down ASAP.

I just want a room to live in and my intention will be to, in the initial meeting, just ask formal questions ask the living space and give some basic info about my life without going into any detail or conversation. After moving in I guess I'd just try and avoid them as much as possible but IDK what I'm gonna do if I need to stay in the kitchen to cook food or whatever. Just have breakfast and dinner at really weird times I guess and hope they don't enter after me?

I don't really care if I get on with them as long as I can avoid them as it's only temporary. I just have this fear though they could reach this collective conclusion that I'm a threat and it making life there miserable, even if it is only for 7 weeks.
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Thomas Blatherwill - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 16:03:41 EST UpZDwX6q No.535184 Reply
>>535183
You're profiling them and all you've got is age and gender. You're an imbecile.
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Archie Hosslegold - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 19:50:22 EST mttQWkrO No.535186 Reply
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>>535183
I mean I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say I probably know more girls than you do and that is genuinely not the prevailing opinion, and there's no reason for us to lie about that sort of thing to each other. Women can be shitty and judgmental, men can be shitty and judgmental, either, both, neither, whatever, everyone can be (and is) prejudiced to some extent or another, it's just human nature.

>I just base this off their body language and tone when I've had to interact with them, and observing other guys who lack social skills, they get very defensive and suspicious and try to shut it down ASAP.

That's very plausible. I don't know these people obviously, but I would point out that a lot of your perception of body language and tone can be influenced by what you already think. Add on top of that an admitted lack of social awareness, and you're probably going to pick up things they aren't laying down. Maybe they are judgmental though. I don't want to lull you into this false sense of security and you end up getting hurt or pushed out. They clearly aren't currently afraid of you or disgusted by you now, otherwise they wouldn't have agreed in the first place, and that's probably the best sign considering I would shut it down immediately if I thought there was something up. They might be quick to come to conclusions (as you seem to be if I'm being honest), but I don't think they already have.

>After moving in I guess I'd just try and avoid them as much as possible but IDK what I'm gonna do if I need to stay in the kitchen to cook food or whatever. Just have breakfast and dinner at really weird times I guess and hope they don't enter after me?

I really can't imagine that's necessary dude. I'm sorry that you feel this way at all. And honestly that would be way more suspicious than anything you've mentioned so far if you actively tried to avoid them and they could tell. Not that you can't keep to yourself, but just you know, little things can put them totally at ease, just say hello or something when you cross paths, the first time you're using the same commons area if you can't think of any pleasantries to say just chuckle a little bit and say "ha, sorry, I'm just a bit of a quiet person", I don't feel like that could really come off as anything but honest and endearing, and if you're willing to be a little vulnerable like this that makes them think that you aren't hiding anything. After that's out, just greet them and do you while they do them. You're absolutely right it would be awkward if you just walked in and were completely silent in the same room, but just breaking that with the most superficial thing possible is all it takes. Silence is the unknown, so with a total stranger you're absolutely right that it can send the wrong message.

>I just have this fear though they could reach this collective conclusion that I'm a threat and it making life there miserable

Your experiences in life have taught you this but you never experience reality as it is, it's always through the lens of your other experiences up until that point, so you can very easily get into a vicious spiral where thinking gets a little warped and then keeps getting confirmed over and over again. The more things you experience in life, the more neutral your point of view tends to become, but it never comes remotely close to impartiality.

>>535182
It doesn't you're right, in that I was just reassuring him that from what I can tell there isn't anything wrong with him, he's not deficient just by being the way he is, and he's doing the right thing by recognizing a shortcoming and reaching out to people who can help
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Angus Wupperspear - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 22:34:10 EST UuASd/Tk No.535187 Reply
If you go around thinking antisocial thoughts about people then that's what others are going to pick up on. You need a therapist or just figure out how to have faith in people, otherwise you're always going to come off as a creep no matter who you interact with.
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Angus Wupperspear - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 22:37:21 EST UuASd/Tk No.535188 Reply
Haha holy shit lol sorry I have to make a double post. I think I've lost my damn mind; look at your OP haha. Jesus, I wouldn't want you in my fucking house dude. What are you really asking us? How to fucking pretend to be normal enough to these girls so you can move out? Lol, dude you're not normal. You're a fucking sperg pepe-posting freak, dawg. Maybe look for a home. Jesus.
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James Blatherworth - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 23:18:01 EST mttQWkrO No.535189 Reply
>>535187
>>535188
There are ways to coax people like him out of their problematic mindsets without berating them or compromising on the truth. I don't want to make excuses for him but if someone is behaving badly because they perceive themselves as having been pushed to the margins of society, pushing them further isn't going to accomplish anything. You and I both know it's almost certainly mostly in his head, but this an opportunity for him to be in a situation where he experiences women as human beings instead of some mysterious scary other. Going off this I don't really think I'd want to be his friend as he is right, I'm sure his philosophy of life and politics are dog shit incompatible with mine but that's not a static thing you're locked into, it's based on the things that have happened to you in life, and like I said in the other post you very quickly get into a place where confirmation bias takes over.

I don't really think I would fear for my safety living with him. If anything because he's so timid that he's seriously saying he "doesn't know what he'd do" if he wanted to go to the kitchen while someone else was there. I don't really know him though but given this is the self-help board I'm suspending all disbelief about his character and giving him the benefit of the doubt to maybe help him work towards getting out of a life he clearly isn't thriving in.
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Fanny Huvinghall - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 23:26:36 EST qGdovnz2 No.535190 Reply
Smoke some pot and jack off before the meetup.
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Martin Chashnat - Thu, 02 Jul 2020 06:37:41 EST 3A/9rSkO No.535195 Reply
>>535187
Nobody can 'pick up' on antisocial thoughts. Mind-reading is bullshit. Psychopaths walk among you every single day and you never realize it. It's exactly this type of thinking, this inherent belief that you're superhuman enough to somehow understand when someone's thinking violent thoughts through microreactions or some other pseudoscientific nonsense that allows psychopaths to get away with as much as they do. OP is a faggot but please, please don't spread misconceptions like this. Somebody could believe it and then get hurt.
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Walter Bribblesare - Thu, 02 Jul 2020 11:24:07 EST 1SSFeKJF No.535196 Reply
>>535195
True but also if you are full of negativity there's a good chance it will affect how you act.

OP needs to dispense with preconceptions. As a large group Y may apply to X but "this group is more prone to do this thing" usually just means a few more people do the thing not that they all do or or even most do. White people are more likely to commit burglary but the vast majority of us chalky cracker honkies have never committed burglary. Treat them as individuals, try to learn a little about them.

Also remember that this is not an audition. You are not there to jump through hoops and prove your worth. You're there to check you can stand each other and have a decent match in terms of expectations. That you can say "actually I don't want to live with these guys" is a valid outcome. You should not feel all the pressure on you because it is not.

Ask questions. Honestly there's a lot of reasonable answers, unless they say anything outrageous or really incompatible this is really about seeing how they answer them and getting a feel for if it suits you. Ask them stuff like how they sort cleaning of the communal areas, bills, if they have anything like a milk and bogroll kitty or everyone just buys stuff or something else. Find out what they do for fun and a living. Maybe check if anyone has any unusual hours just so you know/don't wake them that sort of thing. This question is likely to prompt if they're particulary noisy or sociable but if they don't, then ask. People have all sorts of levels of sociability with their neighbours.

I mean if they want you to join them every evening can you handle that? If it's just once a week would that actually do you good?
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Charles Brorryway - Thu, 02 Jul 2020 18:39:28 EST FvDk4Yhe No.535204 Reply
>>535189
Yeah this dude is legitimately terrified of women, it's potentially dangerous as it could lead to resentment and anger and lead to violence but as it stands it's just kind of sad.
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Walter Grimstock - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 02:22:57 EST xShMeSOK No.535207 Reply
>my experience with girls this age is (perhaps understandably) that they are uptight, suspicious, and untrusting and do not seem to differentiate between 'awkward' and 'creepy'.

Ok, I've had EXACTLY this mindset about girls in the past. What got me over it more-or-less was making the best of things I could control and therefore being able to tell people what I was doing and that there are reasons I'm not a dapper SOB and having the strong sense that "hey, I know I'm not a creep and I can say this to myself and to anyone that wonders about me."

I just decided that I could explain to people that I've come from a dysfunctional situation where I wasnt socialized properly /am enthusiastic and that I'm trying to make friends and move towards my goals. And that's another thing: if you have planned goals as far as education and work, you'll be able to talk about them and immediately appear somewhat more relateable. All the same if your hobbies are things you actually enjoy rather than things you do to impress people/have something to talk about.
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Walter Grimstock - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 02:24:48 EST xShMeSOK No.535208 Reply
>>535178

>my experience with girls this age is (perhaps understandably) that they are uptight, suspicious, and untrusting and do not seem to differentiate between 'awkward' and 'creepy'.

Ok, I've had EXACTLY this mindset about girls in the past. What got me over it more-or-less was making the best of things I could control and therefore being able to tell people what I was doing and that there are reasons I'm not a dapper SOB and having the strong sense that "hey, I know I'm not a creep and I can say this to myself and to anyone that wonders about me."

I just decided that I could explain to people that I've come from a dysfunctional situation where I wasnt socialized properly /am enthusiastic and that I'm trying to make friends and move towards my goals. And that's another thing: if you have planned goals as far as education and work, you'll be able to talk about them and immediately appear somewhat more relateable. All the same if your hobbies are things you actually enjoy rather than things you do to impress people/have something to talk about.
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Lillian Clinnerpere - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 02:52:42 EST mttQWkrO No.535209 Reply
>>535207
>>535208
Yeah, the thing is OP saying literally almost anything to break the silence would probably be enough, and introducing yourself as quiet/shy pretty much absolves you from saying anything but "hello" and very superficial pleasantries from that point on
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Betsy Wemmlenet - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 09:58:20 EST TTZLTutM No.535210 Reply
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>>535188

> Lol, dude you're not normal. You're a fucking sperg pepe-posting freak, dawg. Maybe look for a home.

Lmfao hahah shhh don't tell them that!

>>EVERYBODY ELSE

They are offering to come to me but no way are they coming in my boomer parents house with Covid going around and i wouldn't want them to anyway. I don't know if i'll be meeting the actual housemates tomorrow or just the girl who's room it is and her boyfriend but either way I have to meet some normies tomorrow and I'm kinda sketched.

Tempted to bail but I've arranged too much to quit now I think. I really wanted the room as well.

Tbh I have become so isolated it's hard not to just see people in terms of memes and I probably was imagining these girls as the Zoomer Wojak with long hair and lipstick. But regardless my experience has taught me that girls late teen/early twenties are much more on edge and uptight than girls who are slightly older. I don't blame them for this as they get a hell of a lot of unwanted attention/harassment at that age but unfortunately it makes it a lot harder to interact with them even if you mean well.


Hope they don't cut me off after meeting me that will be really annoying as it was a nice deal
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Betsy Wemmlenet - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 10:03:43 EST TTZLTutM No.535211 Reply
>>535210

oh and the plan is to dose 1.25ml GBL before the meeting to get those GABA receptors firing away so my brain doesn't melt down during the process. don't worry i will appear sober it's not like alcohol or benzos nb
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Lillian Clinnerpere - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 10:59:57 EST mttQWkrO No.535212 Reply
>>535210
>>535211
I mean this sincerely and you can see from my posts in other threads on this board I have some pretty severe mental health struggles, but I think if you're in the position where you have to take hard drugs just to be in a normal social situation you could probably stand to talk to someone professionally. I really hope that this move goes well for you either way.
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Betsy Wemmlenet - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:16:30 EST TTZLTutM No.535213 Reply
>>535212

Thanks, but I already did. Already had therapy here and there and it didn't really do much. Tried SSRIs pretty useless. Was having CBT over the phone specifically for social anxiety but it started during lockdown (waiting lists, shitty timing) and so it was over the phone when there was nobody to interact with anyway. So a couple of weeks ago I emailed saying to put it on hold and haven't heard back since.

I wasn't that impressed with CBT it's very "have you tried not thinking like that?"-tier in they basically just tell you to remind yourself you're being irrational, which is kind of obvious. wasn't very heavy on teaching actual techniques in the 3-4 sessions I had so far.

My brain just gets overloaded in those situations and I find I suddenly cannot physically think. Therefore drugs that inhibit nerve activity can allow you to think clearly and not get overloaded and actually speak. It's just faulty wiring the way I see it, but I wouldn't rely on it. Already got addicted to GHB for a year and quit, only kept it for the very rare occasions I have sex (kills the performance anxiety and makes you caveman horny) and situations like this where I feel anxious meeting people (used it for 2 job interviews that I got the job with).

Also I don't think I'll tell them I'm "shy" or "quiet" don't wanna say anything to suggest I'll have any issues with them, might just say "i'll keep to myself most of the time" or something.

Thank you guys.nb
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Angus Cizzlestatch - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:16:48 EST 1SSFeKJF No.535214 Reply
>>535212
If you're self medicating with no qualification beyond wikipedia science (or even a degree in chemistry) you should get some help I agree.

Doing drugs should be for fun. If you're taking a medical regimen to function then you should at least have some control and a more reliable source. Also it's very easy to fuck these up "sorry I was weird guys, I was just on drugs to face the normies". No shame in therapy. But having to do drugs to handle normal humans is bad.

At the very least socialise more when you can. It will suck less over time. You might even enjoy it eventually.
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David Gemmershaw - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:25:58 EST 1ub4L/0W No.535215 Reply
>>535213
What sort of things did your therapist have you do? Did you do the exercises?
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Wesley Snodlock - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 12:12:38 EST rqyO5sU4 No.535216 Reply
I found telling people I'm shy helps, it's like I give them a blurb so they know what they are reading and can interpret it properly and not think I don't like them. Shy men can be scary, shy girls seem stuck up and hateful. That's our culture, that's not our fault but we are forced to adjust to it. The first moment you notice something awkward has occurred you can say "heh, sorry, I'm a bit shy". I find it works. The internet will tell you vulnerability isn't ok in men, but it is
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George Goodfoot - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 17:58:48 EST LUAyeKAb No.535218 Reply
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>>535214
People aren't supposed to put that much thought into their self-medicating, and you should be given a federal card#-based driver's license on an infraction as a method of declaring that you no longer have one. Look, I don't know what to tell you folks. Things have been going down the tubes for a long time now. "There's a correct way to do sex, drugs, and rock, and there's an incorrect way to do sex, drugs, and rock." Most of these "correct drugs to be taking" came out after market deregulation of the 1990's. All of them did. Are they working? Does it look like they are working?

I don't know what to tell you people. At some point you've got to wake up and smell your own algae bloom.

OP is probably supposed to be on 0.25mg aprazolam per 6 hours so that he does not swallow his tongue. You guys are killing me with your shiteating appeal to accreditation. Picture watching the faces of the future turn into the next generation of Christian Science Newsletter-moms. If you want to be cool then stop this bullshit. You know what's going on, I know what's going on, OP knows what's going on. Stop saying that things are working. We're going to have a new sex offender as POTUS in 5 months and everybody is going to lose their shit getting drunk celebrating. You have nothing to celebrate. This repackaged version of Christian Science Weekly is fucking me in the ass.
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Angus Gemblepudge - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 01:55:24 EST Z8E/qob6 No.535224 Reply
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Unlike all these people in this thread going on a tangent about the mind or therapy or some shit, I'm going to offer a more simpler and blunt solution that you would probably understand easier. Have you ever thought about living in a hotel/motel room? The prices can be pretty cheap and if it's not a bad area it might be worth it even if the room might be a little dirtier or maybe one of the lights don't work, it is technically an independent way to live and you don't sound like you'd bee too bothered by it.
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John Ninnerman - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 10:11:49 EST 9xjuvvWh No.535231 Reply
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UPDATE: so all is well that ends well. I end to the flat of the girl who is subletting the room and met her and her bf. Did the GBL as promised 10 min beforehand, and the effect was that I was able to fake being normie enough to sort of hold a casual conversation and not look/sound like a nervous wreck (probably still came off a bit anxious and awkward but within the normal person spectrum of anxiety/awkwardness). Thank you GBL.

While I was there I also found out most of the people had moved out and at most it will be me, one guy and maybe one girl which sounds more manageable. Very relieved woohoo, although if either of them are attractive or just look weird to me I will sperg the fuck out during conversation most likely which isn't good but hey ho.

>> RELEVANT POSTS IM LAZY

The place is in one of the most expensive towns/cities in the country and the room is costing £118/week or $147/week and $637/month for burgers. I've never heard of hotels with rooms to yourself for less than that in 1st world countries but maybe I haven't looked enough idk.

Also IMO introducing yourself as 'shy' or 'quiet' or whatever just makes the situation more awkward as it's kind of obvious anyway and people don't really know how to react to being randomly told something like that. IMO faking it combined is pharmacological suppression of the anxiety is the only effective treatment.

Thank you for your thoughts all.
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Angus Gemblepudge - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 10:16:53 EST Z8E/qob6 No.535232 Reply
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>>535231
Fake it 'till you make it brother, congratulations
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George Grimlock - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 14:00:33 EST mttQWkrO No.535235 Reply
>>535214
>sorry I was weird guys, I was just on drugs

Lol, doing drugs constantly and saying "I was just fucked up" let me explain away my BPD and bipolar from high school until dropping out my senior year of college after a psychotic break and going on to have 5 commitments in a year and a half period, the whole reason I started doing drugs was because I'm an offensively weird person and in the drug community I not only found an excuse, I found other people like me and acceptance for being the lunatic I am.
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George Grimlock - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 14:02:21 EST mttQWkrO No.535236 Reply
>>535231
That's not really a recipe for lasting happiness but whatever, do you dude, glad you kind of made it in a way
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Albert Clozzlesot - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 16:47:24 EST 1SSFeKJF No.535238 Reply
>>535231
I'm renting a 2 bed and splitting it and my half is about £450/month. That's cheap where I am. Basically your rent is normal for anywhere out of London in the South that is either a nice town in the commuter belt (ie Oxford or Guildford) or just otherwise desirable (Bristol or Bournemouth for example). Also Slough.

You won't get cheaper in a hotel. I think we found a place in Sheffield that did double rooms for £55/night for a festival a couple of years ago but good luck getting a zed bed in a garage for that here.

My rent goes up on an inflation +.5% escalator every year.

If you're getting bills included or it's a double room you're not getting a bad deal. But otherwise it's not super expensive BUT it's also not great value for money.
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Barnaby Fibblebanks - Sun, 05 Jul 2020 13:20:16 EST LUAyeKAb No.535247 Reply
>>535213
>CBT
the fuck has cock and ball torture ever had to do with anything what the fuck are you a bunch of candyasses
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Cornelius Chettingstit - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 15:23:04 EST ENzLEZVb No.535283 Reply
>>535204
>it's potentially dangerous as it could lead to resentment and anger
Aw shit... what if I'm already there?
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Hugh Bopperpuck - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 07:33:34 EST TtXni/Rr No.535288 Reply
>>535283
cognitive behavioral therapy?

counselling?

If you are starting to hate women, getting some examples of women being human is good.
Do you like reading, read some books written by women? (good ones in a genre you like, not random ones, there are a few million books published on the planet every year and most are bad, so if you pick a book at random it will always be bad)
Watch films directed by women? (You were never really here, for example)
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Hugh Ginningwater - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 14:09:48 EST DhdOVFMW No.535292 Reply
>>535288
>Watch films directed by women?

maybe he could test the waters a little bit by watching the Matrix, you know like a training wheels type thing, cause they were still women then technically but it's also this seminal action movie that all the misogynist computer touchers seem to like so maybe that's like a good stepping stone to understanding and appreciating the art of women in general, i'm gonna say he should just rewatch the first one bearing in mind that the Wachowskis are actually the Wachowski sisters, only the first one though, the second two would actually just make him hate women more
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Sidney Tootville - Wed, 15 Jul 2020 16:38:26 EST ZLNL16wy No.535301 Reply
just keep the dishes washed and the shared space clean and you'll be fine.

humans are mostly harmless
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Beatrice Sandlepone - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 12:53:48 EST RCn5Hsic No.535323 Reply
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update: the 1 girl is a blonde and too attractive for my brain to process. i literally choked on my word trying to say "hello" in the hallway today. i would need a nice dose of something just to have even the simplest conversation with her. did i mention i moved in 1 week ago and only met her yesterday as I've been trying to avoid the kitchen when somebody else is in it? oops lol it's gonna be a bumpy month time to become an alcoholic for a bit i'm fucking stumped.

the dude is seems nice he came to my room yesterday 3 times to ask me about hanging out with them but i would rather impale my ass on a spike. i avoid him too though i feel completely mentally drained after about 1 minute of conversation. c'est la vie 420 blaze it.
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Nathaniel Cabblebanks - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 17:56:24 EST DhdOVFMW No.535325 Reply
>>535323
man I'm not trying to patronize you or give you pity but i'm genuinely sorry you have to live like this, seriously keep trying to get out, you probably don't even know what you're missing, i sure as shit didn't but now that I've found a niche and I can get along in society i started to see that i was living maybe a 1/3 of the things life had to offer

there aren't any rules, goals, or deadlines, you don't have to do anything i'm just saying most of us are social animals and whether we know it or not this kind of antipathy to such a simple social interaction is really killing us

You don't have to do anything specifically or try to be a certain way, it's a weird time to be alive, everyone is weird, everyone's fucked somehow, especially Gen Z, and at the same time everyone, including you, is judgmental from time to time but the general zeitgeist of our generation is that it's wrong to feel that way and people actively try not to, even in just the last 5 years society has radically liberalized in the ways it's socially acceptable to be
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Nathaniel Cabblebanks - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 18:00:51 EST DhdOVFMW No.535326 Reply
>>535325
and it's a myth that it somehow doesn't include people "like you", it absolutely does, it just doesn't tolerate the prejudice that's par for the course with thinking like yours, that doesn't mean you don't have a place in society, it just means those aspects of yourself don't, if you open yourself up to new experiences you'll start to shed those prejudices and subsequently get accepted my society more, and learn and grow more, and feel more acceptance, and so on

but again i mean if you're happy you're happy, do you, it just doesn't sound like you are and i've been there
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Shit Cleddleville - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 18:05:23 EST NIDkq7hi No.535327 Reply
>>535178
i think you would be a great room mate, just make sure to peepee in the toilet and not ont the seat and clean up your mess. girls are uptight but men are slobs sometimes. just ya know dont be a acreep and let her know your style so its not a surprise but dont make yuorself sound too offputting
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Augustus Garrydale - Sat, 18 Jul 2020 01:10:25 EST Dhz56B+T No.535328 Reply
>>535323
Man they are only people and you are only extremely anxious. You're not a leper. You have a real opportunity here to fight your mental illness here.

I suggest that you use every ounce of strength you have to acclimate to being around your roommates. You can do it slowly. One minute with the stoner dude is an awesome start. So it stuttering to the blonde woman. Keep it up dude you are doing awesome

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