>>15366>How was your day?
Good so far, had pancakes for breakfast!>Anything cool happened?
Not yet>What's the latest hip thing that calls your attention?
I don't know what hip is>Did you drink enough water?
No, only drank cocke so far>Have at it!
>>15371>bed was undone but I did broom it and clean the furniture with a mop
What the heck? Don't you normally only use brooms and mops on floors?
I confused mop with rag.
And yes, I did broom my floor, not my furniture.
English is not my main language.
ohhh I see. That makes sense.
You can eat anything if you put your mind to it; so it's all the same, after all.
eating something is one thing
digesting it? another one!
It is almost 4:30 AM. My sleep schedule is screwed up. Drinking black tea right now so I can be at training by 8 AM.
I splurged and bought a type of instramen that is slightly more expensive than average. It was delicious.
Didn't drink enough water, though. :(
yeah any tips :(
I am just hoping that after college I can move out from my abusive home and live a normal life afterwards
Just try to see the good things.
Even if they're fickle, it's good motivation to keep moving forward.
hmmm that does seem likely
pretty tough day today, my grandparents health is declining and caring for them is very stressful and difficult but I love them a lot. I am keeping myself in high spirits though, and it's a beautiful day out so I spent a lot of time outside :D
Aw man. I hope they'll recover.
>>15505>What is the point of getting a job?
To contribute enough to society to be granted resources to continue living (or from a more cynical point of view, to simply convince society that you are contributing enough to it).
>What is the point of becoming strong?
To defeat others weaker than you so you can take what is theirs, or prevent them from taking what is yours. This isn't necessarily physical strength, particularly in modern times.
>What is the point of never giving up?
Never giving up is a fool's philosophy; sometimes you have to realize that it's time to cut your losses and move on. But on the other hand, giving up on everything is also a mistake. You have to choose your priorities in life.
Certainly there's no point in getting hung up over a specific person; people are not possessions (well in developed parts of the world at least…), and the other party has a say on whether or not they want to be in your life.
Don't do it for someone, do it for YOU! Get that job to buy yourself nice things (or at the very least, keep a roof over your head). Get stronger so that you can look in the mirror and LOVE who you are. Never give up because you only get one life, and you deserve to give yourself as much of that life as you can get.
Keep fighting the good fight sushi. It is never easy. But stay close to your friends (and doctor) and you will make it.
Unpopular opinion, but a job serves merely to survive. Most jobs are not contributing to society, the way economic hierarchies are built today, and are actively depleting our resource base and destroying our home. People have jobs because we need to survive and are for the most part coerced into mantaining the system.
That's why I sympathize with NEETs, employment fucking sucks, and if you (1) don't want to do it and (2) can avoid it, by all means, do. But you need to learn how to sustain yourself in the long term, how to avoid mind-rot usually due to idleness or screens, or a combination thereof, and so on, and this leads you to the need to work somehow. And employment is the easiest way out which is why so many people do it. It's hard to do otherwise: to be your own boss, to profit from your passion, to live moneylessly, to achieve a passive income, to trade stocks, etc.
Either of these activities, or something like doing research in academia or getting a high paying job doing something truly interesting, requires a proportional effort in study and experience, which is a function of time, over which you of course need to have food in your mouth and a roof over your head.
You talk of moving forward, but where are you heading? Does the rat race really sound like moving forward? Or do you have a vision of a life that you would like to realize? Have you thought about it? If you are dissatisfied with the standard employment model, as you should be if there's still a shred of life and humanity in your body, then you need to make a good effort, to evaluate, to plan, and to seek the actual life that you want to live lest you want to become entombed in a meaningless existence for the next ~50 years.
>15505>What is the point of getting a job?>Becoming strong? >Never giving up?
I have a more materialist viewpoint because I grew up disabled, but the point of all this is not to die.
If I don't get a job I will die from lack of medication. If I don't become strong I can't get a job that pays well enough to retire with a disability. If I give up for even a day, even an hour, and even a minute I will literally die from my disability. If I don't try everyday my only options will be death from my disability or dying from suicide because I couldn't afford to care for myself.>I had to think of a life where I don't get to be with this person, I see no reason on moving forward. I just wonder if this is the right thing.
This makes me think it's less a chronic confusion in you're life and more an acute reaction to your breakup. I recommend reading a few books on coping with grief. >>15509>You try searching for motivational things there, and it's just sunken chest mofos that always friendly lady about everything, claiming that it's never enough.
I relate to that. It reminds me of this interesting post I saw where it was warning chronic pain patients to not take multiple tylenols at once because at a certain point it wouldn't help and it would lead to organ failure and all the comments were complaining about how "what do you want me to do. My doctor wont take my pain seriously. I have to do this" when the creator clearly stated more pills don't make pain go away and more pills will kill you or leave you with another disability. When given life saving advice they rather be cynical and pessimistic.
I just ignore them now, but they are irritating when I try to ask career questions online.
Sick and tired of imageboards. No matter where I go it's either:
I hate men
I hate women
I am married now/have kids/have girlfriend
I hate the left/right
No talking to each other, just spamming stuff
Completely dead, accumulated spam from years of spam are there to see
One post a month, take it or leave it
All the same boards that countless of other chans already have are there, enjoy
Fuck this shit. I really thought it can't get worse 10 years ago, but here I am.
If you find a way to drop imageboards completely, next to getting a big social circle(because I'm pretty sure the reason you use them is because no friends), please tell me
Don't forget the >I hate imageboards they're bad now
posts that are everywhere.
Imageboards have always been kinda shit, but that's kind of what I like about them. It's got all of the trashiness of Twitter without the clout chasing and metrics-dick-measuring (well, save for the occasional trip user).
That being said, Sushi has been on a decline recently in my opinion. Mostly because of people from other boards coming in and disrespecting our rules and culture. Not to mention the bots and propaganda posts. I get that it takes time to learn the ropes on a new board, so a few out-of-place posts are natural, but please, I beg new users, at least read the rules before posting.
Thanks for saying this, sushi.
one man's trash is another man's treasure
this is still the comfiest place on the internet for me, just enjoy the good times we have, dwelling on the sour grapes won't let you make wine with the ones you got
I have honestly not seen an increase in frequency of trash posts. Every month, there's the same old CP botpost that's been getting deleted quicker than it used to, a stray post or two by people that think all image boards are like 4chan and who obviously never post again once they realize that's not the case, and the same old /hell/ threads getting a couple of new posts, but the ratio has never been skewed enough that /hell/ ever comes close to 20% of the site's activity.
I'm actually a little puzzled you'd think this, but I'm a samachan refugee (also known as samarefugee, or samafugee) so I might be missing vital context… I avoid most /hell/ content so I have no idea what goes on there, for one.
I don't think it's been that bad lately either though, most of the recent incendiary posts are contained in 2 threads, one of which has been moved to /hell/.
you should see if you feel comfortable with this partner you're going with.
things can take their time, I know I would take mine, settling down is real business and you got to really really love this person.
Can you imagine having kids with her, aging together, is marriage something plausible with her?
take things into consideration, you don't wanna have a shit family because of bad decisions
Sorry, mate. I can't ignore your post because of how stupid it is. Somebody doesn't need to be around since the early days of mid 2000s to see what is meant. Early 2010s is sufficient. Compare ibs from 2011 to 2021 or 2013 to 2023. They are way worse now. Not to forget that they are dropping like flies since years.>>15550
So what? If I want to play Rugby then I search for people to play Rugby with and don't go to the beach for Volleyball. On the other hand it's understandable to get pissed when some twats start to play Volleyball on the field intended for Rugby.
Quit being so jafed
A new motto for a new millenium.
Measure the piece, go to the carpenter and get a piece of scrap wood roughly the same dimensions, you can get him to cut it into the right size for you. Ask him for a headless nail, buy some wood glue, and the rest is easy.