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 No.1729[Reply]

My roommate is accusing me of conspiring against him, even though I'm not. What should I do?

Here's the thing: he smokes weed. I do not give a shit that he smokes weed. I don't snitch on people for something like smoking weed. I overheard him saying he thinks I am trying to get him caught. He mentioned that he thinks I am scattering ashes somewhere (what?), sending him a letter (it sounded like scam mail, but he's blaming me for it), etc.

I have had a lot of roommates before, but none of them have ever been paranoid like this.

Also: he didn't say this stuff to my face. I am kind of shy and anxious so I don't really talk to people much, except when it's really necessary. I just overhead him complaining about me.
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 No.1738

>>1737
I have two roommates because I'm a broke millennial and cost of living is cheaper when you share rent and utilities. So yes, I kind of do need to live with other people.

 No.1739

>>1738
Do you need to be living with him, that's what I'm asking. Who has the place and bills in their name and is there anyone who you could move in with or move into his spot with 30 days notice?

 No.1740

>>1729
this is what weed does to people. Can you try to get a new roommate?

 No.1741

I would let him explain his worries in detail, then point out that there is no reason for me to plot against him and no profit and finally would offer to go out of his way as much as possible, if that makes him happy (passive aggressive threat). He might overthink his behavior, depending on how close you are.

Also >>1740
If he is smoking heavily every day, that could really be a cause. I remember fleeing to the bathroom when the door bell rang in my green days.

 No.1745

>>1729
For some people, weed can trigger schizoid paranoia and even full blown schizophrenia.
He has simply smoked too much weed and needs medical attention. If you can't get him to care otherwise, you should actually snitch.
This type of stuff can ruin lives, and I've seen it happen many times in my own family.



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 No.1152[Reply]

Why do i feel this sense of impending doom? i think ive gotten things figured out and i can clearly see what i need to do to live a good life, but i feel with every step i take, with every month that passes, with every changing season, im only awaiting a brutal revaluation bound to happen in my lifes time. Like a day of judgement, a day that breaks all logic and bends reality. the answer to all the problems that life has.

I feel like im going to meet god. Like we are going to meet god, and transcend into a higher being.

Am i crazy sushirolls? does anyone else feel it?
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 No.1166

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>>1165 >>2497 >>1163 >>2492
I don't like the idea of shipping food all over the world, it seems wasteful. But I do appreciate the benefits, done well it definitely allows everyone to have a better quality of life.

What keeps me comfy at night is doing my little bit, buying local stuff whenever it's available, growing a little bit of my own food.
Whilst the economics of growing your own staples kinda suck, there's plenty of things you can grow that are really rewarding. Fruit and herbs are my favourites because they often suffer the most from long distance shipping, a fresh tomato grown by a beginner in the wrong climate can still beat anything from the supermarket.

Sometimes I feel like OP, that no matter what I do it'll all fall apart in the end. But working to make my little bit of the world comfier for everyone helps to keep my mind off it. I just do my bit and hope everyone else does theirs.

Another thing that keeps me going when all seems dark is the idea of feedback. Fedeback in society often seems positive, people just go with the flow, they see good they do more good, they see bad they do more bad. Sometimes it seems like for that reason we're just a few really shit days away from a downward spiral into eternal shittyness.
But the fact that humans are still around and not doing too badly suggests to me that there's some strong negative feedback too, and that's where I put my faith.
On some level, almost everyone wants things to be better and has the capability to make them so. Today, they might not care, but the worse things get the more motivated people are to fight it. Opression breeds resistance, adversity strengthens resolve, and as long as the knowledge remains that things could be better, they will eventually get better again.

Remember rolls, the smallest act of rebellion against a hopeless situation can inspire a whole counterculture. Vive la révolution confortable!

 No.1167

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>>1166
Woops, I completely misread >>1152 and got a little carried away.
Hopefully there's still something worth reading in my crazy tired person ramblings.

 No.1168

>>1167
That was interesting enough to remind I should buy or find the necessary to grow herbs to bring more joy into my food.

Your feedback part is interesting, but I'm already too drunk to add something of value about it. I can fantasize about hermit life and hide it all I want, I'm an empty shell without the validation and recognition of the few people I adore

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 No.1707

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>>1152
We all have our own psychic plane. My message to you is not happy or sad, but I see that I can drop my anchor in fertile ground.

I see how you can transcend. Adjust your plane automatically by slowly cleansing the trust in unity from your veins. I know what I'm talking about, because I have experienced the trembling and awakening.

I have no right to drag others into my river, I oblige no one to follow me and everybody practices in his own way. But the door remains open to the possibility of wallowing in cushions and good things to eat.



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 No.1644[Reply]

Minimum wage isn't enough to cover the cost of living in America. There are currently 870,000 people in America who make minimum wage. That doesn't even count people who are working under the table, paid less than what people say on the books, people who don't pay taxes, undocumented workers, people who are paid barely above minimum wage (but still don't earn enough), etc.

Companies paying employees less than the cost of living costs taxpayers because then they have to support programs like foodstamps/EBT/etc. And many people voluntarily put money into soup kitchens or food pantries for poor people. But instead of getting mad at the companies that don't pay people enough to get by, the average person gets mad at the poor working class, who, despite working, don't make enough to make ends meet.

The American Dream used to be having a 2 story house, a wife, 2-3 kids, a dog, a car, and a picket fence. Now? The American dream is being able to pay rent and not starve.
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 No.1663

>>1662
What I meant was the objective costs are low, food, water, even basic pleasures, all of these are at a historical low because of various technological innovations. The cost of simply living is fairly low, especially in the first world with it's high purchasing power.

>>In areas with stagnant wages and few job opportunities.

I acknowledged this, but as I mentioned in the post, these are only problems if you have a desire to live above your means, if you don't mind simply living minimally you can get by on very small amounts of money in such areas. I do this myself, and it's a fine life. My largest expense is the internet, which is a terrible vice, but is worth it in terms of how much entertainment it can bring to me.

 No.1689

>>1663
But maaaaybe people want to do something else other than "just surviving". I don't mean squander all their money in useless stuff, but a minimum wage should also be something that makes you at least cultivate some interests or consume a little of entertainment without being worried of starving. Everybody needs that in some way or another.

 No.1690

>>1689
Entertainment is pretty cheap though, I mean the barrier of entry for something like PC gaming is pretty low and Youtube is generally free.

It's other hobbies that get pretty pricey.

 No.1691

>>1690
Not everybody who lives on a minimum wage are boys in their 20s who want to play videogames or follow people on Youtube though.

 No.1692

>>1691
Someone pointed out light entertainment and I pointed out examples of cheap entertainment even if you aren't a "boy in his 20s who wants to play video games" it doesn't change that gaming and YouTube are some of the cheapest things around. I'm speaking from privilege since I make way more than minimum wage but I'm a gamer in my 20s but I like more than just games.



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 No.1579[Reply]

Air bubbles and dissolved air in fluids in IV bags,tubes and syringes is being injected into people.Strokes and deaths.

 No.1580

You know, if you kept this down to just a post every two weeks, nobody would mind. Sure, you can respond to people if they reply to you, but your vanguard of shitposts needs to be quality over quantity or you'll crash and burn.

This one was kinda gruesome, not as jokey as the others. I like the creative direction you're taking with this series of posts, I hope you listen to my advice because you have talent and I want to see what else you can come up with, when the time is right.

 No.1581

evocative

 No.1587

>>1580
I would also like to apologize for not recognizing what you were trying to do sooner. I thought you were a spambot, not an artist.

 No.1684

People are being annoyed, idiots, apartments, papers, morons, ink wasters, loners, virgins, dipshits, bottom feeders, toilet scums, mouth breathers, unemployed, ei collectors, shampoo non-users, greasy hairers, severus snapers, crooked nosers, cockroachers, mouldy food collectors, I saw you going through the garbage outside-ers, seaweed wrap, rotten eggs, balding, impotent, ball-less, hamsters.

 No.1685

>>1684
Not great. You need more -ed words, you only have the first section, plus it doesn't relate to anything in the thread. That's the problem with jokes online, they get told once and are then doomed to become memes.



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 No.594[Reply]

merorin was here, you guys are california rolls
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 No.1296

>>1294
I didn't tell you about this place so you could troll it

 No.1297

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California seems like a place that would have nice sushi

 No.1642

>>1297
It's ok I've heard. Hawaii has better sushi.

 No.1643

>>1297
My experience in the bay area.
For high end sushi, it has some super fancy places like Sawa that are very well regarded.

For a little pricy but not high end, its about the same as anywhere, maybe a little better than $30 sushi meals I've had in the midwest, but its all frozen anyway, I don't think its inherently better.

There are cheaper sushi places that are super adorable. I love Happy Sushi in Sunnyvale for its Dos Spicy roll, which has spicy tuna, spicy crab salad, tempura jalapenos, and a hot sauce.

 No.1682

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>>1643
that feel when no tempura jalapeños

feels hungry man



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 No.1641[Reply]

WAKE UP. YOU'RE IN A COMA. THIS ISN'T REAL.
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 No.1668

Dream that I have to pee. Wake up from having to pee.

Your dreams can be real too.

 No.1669

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One of the strangest dreams was where I was having sex with a faceless woman. She had pale skin and was sorta like pic related in terms of body shape. But again, she had no face and when I was about to penetrate her, I woke up. It was pretty hot, even though I like dark skin more than pale skin, a hot, sexy dream with woman is still hot.

 No.1679

>>1669
Did the faceless woman also have to pee?

 No.1680

>>1679
No, I don't really get why I woke up though. I am a virgin so I don't have anything to relate to as far as sex but that makes no sense because all of the foreplay of me licking her and sliding my dick over her pussy.

 No.1681

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>>1669
Whenever I'm about to have intercourse in a dream, I can't get a stable erection, even in lucid dreams, so stick with cuddling most of the time which is pretty enjoyable for someone, who has no physical contact to other human beings in waking life.



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 No.1617[Reply]

God it would be cool if this story was for real. Post other clickbait goodness ITT

 No.1664

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 No.1667

Chinese heiresses are getting married,wedded,betrothed,wifed,dowries,bridal veils,home-making and becoming vastly wealthy,well-to-do,rich,loaded,upper-class,pecunious,elite,comfortable,genteel,Rolex,Swiss bank accounts,tax evasion,offshore, and cuisine.

 No.1670

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>>1667
This meme will be the one to rule them all. I can feel it.

 No.1677

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>>1670
and the actual bots will love it



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 No.1373[Reply]

Have any of you gone from being hiki and neet for many years to fixing your life and being normal with a job and friends who like you?

How did you do it?
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 No.1622

I think most hikkis eventually are forced to get some kind of job. Anyway I was hikki for a few years. Eventually landed a labour job, which is fine, it kept me healthy and moving around. I was also lucky to work in a place with friendly immigrants, so I ended up being forced to learn social skills. Even went to a few parties and got a gf.

Anyway, after a couple years at the factory I realised I can't do this my whole life, so I went back to uni and I have 1 more year on my CS course. I also just managed to get some internship in another country, so right now I'm packing my shit to fly there. It's been about 6 years since I was a hikki, and I'm still kinda recovering from it.

I dunno. I don't really like hanging out with guys. I also don't get along with people of my own nationality. I think I got very lucky stumbling into a job with a bunch of immigrant ladies. It changed this idea that I couldn't ever get along with anyone. After a few years of doing and saying stupid shit, I eventually learned to correctly socialise.

Anyway, like I said, I still prefer my own company. But it's a personal choice, not something I'm forced into. That makes it a lot easier to be happy in my situation. Now my plan is to go out and bust my ass, see the world, and get tons of money. Then probably go back to being a hikki lol.

For people that are struggling. Well, I am 28. I got my first girlfriend when I was 26. I'll probably be almost 30 when I finish my internship and graduate. Don't worry about being too old to turn things around. Your 20s are for discovering what you want from life. Don't be ashamed of who you are. Think about what you want from life, and then take it step by step. As long as you are alive, you have time to change things.

 No.1624

>>1622
Your life serves as a good example to others. I might end up showing this post to a hikki I'm sweet on, so thanks for that.

 No.1626

I was a neet for 2/3 years.
What's awful about trying to un-neet is the gap in life. like you can't fool anyone, employers, co-workers etc their first question will be "so what have you been doing". It's not like they're testing you, they're actually interested. It's just unfortunate that their interest exposes our failures.

In my country you need 2 references when you apply for a job which is basically someone of professional career who says what you've done around them and why you're a good person. As you can imagine, this is about as close to a trap card as a neet can possibly ever find.

I got really luck with my first job and they never checked cause my box was empty :^). Then for my current job where they actually check (since its a good job this time) I was able to put my last job in and got special permission to only put one.

If your neet life is like 1 year you can explain that away pretty easily, 2-4 years you'll have to make something up about pursuing a personal interest or whatever and if it gets longer than that then I think you would just have to be honest and hope they're understanding.
References are a disastrous system for neets in that regard. Literally nothing else could be so easily damning.

But at the end of the day if you don't bite the bullet and suffer through pile of rejections until you find someone who will give you a shot then your future will be one of desolation.

If any neets in the making are reading this, just get a temp job with super short hours after education or whatever. Just something easy to say you were doing *something*.

Once you fall out of society it is incredibly difficult and painful to claw your way back in.

 No.1627

>>1624
Glad to help. I see too many people on imageboards despairing because "I'm 22 and never had a gf". Man, if only they knew how young they were.

 No.1628

>>1626
Yeah the references thing is terrible. When you eventually get lucky and land a job, it's critical to find 2 people at your job who will be your reference for later jobs. This falls under the whole social anxiety thing too. A lot of this problem stems from simply being afraid to confront a person and ask them a favour. When you practise socialising, you can overcome this, but it's certainly a long road to get to that point.



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 No.1239[Reply]

This girl is strong as hell.
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 No.1531

>>1528
Sorry man, I tried. I even gave it a couple extra days. Now we're on to the next stupid thing.

 No.1541

>>1540
why is this spammer only in this thread? weird.

 No.1559

>>1487
thanks for posting that .gif, I've been using it to check up on how gay I am. Every 4-5 days, just clicking on it, watching it, asking myself how I feel about it. Still very berry gay, but we must remain ever vigilant against thoughtcrime, so my routine remains.

 No.1568

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This girl was wrong as hell.
RIP James Hetfield's mom.

 No.1619

More ghost bumps, huh? Dirty ghosts, sneaking in here to steal jobs from hardworking American shitposters. Have a bump.

GO BACK TO YOUR OWN COUNTRY STUPID GHOSTS



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 No.1585[Reply]

I hate it when I'm reading some shitty news article about some dead asshole and they can't actually come up with any reason this stiff had to live or for us to care about them, so they come up with the same old generic shit you could say about anyone "[deader] was [at least one trait that's supposed to be positive], liked [thing generally agreed to be enjoyable], and [at least one of his close genetic relatives] was sad."

The only real sad thing here is how absolutely superfluous and cookie cutter the majority of humans lives are. Hell even getting some mention in a newspaper after you die is more than most people will accomplish, most people's lives don't even amount to that much.

 No.1586

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I feel you, the common threads visible in all of our lives make them feel less meaningful, but I would be careful to rank garnering the attention of others as an accomplishment. I am more accomplished than Chris-Chan will ever be, and I'm just some sushi roll you probably won't hear from ever again. Have a nice life by the way.

 No.1588

>>1586
>>I am more accomplished than Chris-Chan will ever be, and I'm just some sushi roll you probably won't hear from ever again.
Fair enough
>Have a nice life by the way.
You too mate.

 No.1589

There's been so much edgy stuff around recently. Society is dumb this death would be a sweet release that. What is going on?

 No.1594

The whole purpose of these ads is to inform people who might care about their old colleague or school mate, but weren't in touch enough to get contacted directly by the bereaved.

Old people use to check the newspaper for familiar names. If they can connect a name to a face, they usually remember the time they spent with this person as well, so there is no need to write a résumé.

 No.1609

"I'm not like the other people! I'm unique and special" -Everyone, including OP, probably.

In fact, it's not hard to be unique. There are so many combinations of things in our lives that the odds of someone else having the same job, taste, skills, life experiences, etc. is pretty much nil.

If someone asked you 33 yes or no questions about yourself, there would be 2^33 unique combinations, or over 8 billion. And there's more than just 33 yes or no decisions in life.

But uniqueness shouldn't be conflated with quality. You can have a meaningful life even if it isn't super different. Conversely, a different life doesn't necessarily imply that it's good.

Just enjoy your life and stop giving a shit about whether you're special or not. Life's too short to give a shit about dumb things like that.



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