I barely buy anything that is not food, but recently I bought Burzum t-shirt - first piece of clothing in like 4 years. Mind you, I am not homeless or dirty - I just treat my stuff well and my style is eternally good. 6 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.
Anyway, felt nice when I wore it, but quickly I realised that consumerism has started to corrupt me.
I tamed it, I had to stop buying pencils, rubbers, stuff for work, but it was all for my mental wellbeing. I also threw away my desk, couch and all chairs. I could gladly say that unlike filthy casuals 'things' have no impact on me.
Everything was good, 'till yesterday. I got a present.
Cyberpunk 2077 t-shirt. New, original, reserved only for developer team.
That’s super cool sushi. I’m Jealous.
Consumerism is about buying things you don't know, often to only throw away afterwards whilst then searching for new objects to buy, to 'consume'. Saving money is good, but if you don't even give yourself a bed to sleep, what is the point? Why refuse a bed but keep a computer? Learn to tame your idealogy and keep them realistic instead of being a pushover.
you don't need *
I had the Burzum shirt that had varg on the back with the medieval cosplay knives in his bedroom on the back. I outgrew it I've gotten fat in my 20's cause I only buy food as well. I don't like burzum and black metal either.