NEETs out in force in reddit comments:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Foodforthought/comments/5z87d8/esca...
8-bit boipussy  03/14/17
I was a NEET for several years, but thought I was the only o...
evan39  03/14/17
What did you do while you were a NEET?
brave little poaster  03/14/17
Video games, reading, jerking off etc. I finally had a job i...
evan39  03/14/17
How did you find yourself in that scenario What was your fa...
brave little poaster  03/14/17
OK, this is rather compelling: For 26-year-old Guillaume,...
The Buzz Aldrin Spacelaw Fellowship  03/14/17
Honestly I could probably very easily play up my mental illn...
brave little poaster  03/14/17
That yearly statement I get says I'd get like $2700/month. ...
The Buzz Aldrin Spacelaw Fellowship  03/14/17
If I were a NEET I think I'd feel more comfortable in a tiny...
brave little poaster  03/14/17
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8-bit boipussy  08/12/17
why is it always video games? i spend my time on porn, movie...
prince  08/12/17
FEMALE OBESITY EPIDEMIC
HoldUpHoldUpWhat  08/12/17
He just got a job working for a hedge fund, after spending t...
prince  08/12/17


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8-bit boipussy


3:03 AM - March 14th, 2017

https://www.reddit.com/r/Foodforthought/comments/5z87d8/escape_to_another_world_video_games_seem_to_be/


evan39


3:09 AM - March 14th, 2017

I was a NEET for several years, but thought I was the only one. It's somewhat comforting to know that others struggle with life in this "society" we're supposed to embrace.


brave little poaster


3:11 AM - March 14th, 2017

What did you do while you were a NEET?


evan39


3:17 AM - March 14th, 2017

Video games, reading, jerking off etc. I finally had a job interview and said I was helping my parents with their "business" but that was a total lie.


brave little poaster


3:18 AM - March 14th, 2017

How did you find yourself in that scenario

What was your favorite video game

Did you get SSDI and EBT


The Buzz Aldrin Spacelaw Fellowship


3:10 AM - March 14th, 2017

OK, this is rather compelling:

For 26-year-old Guillaume, the trade-off is all too easy to understand. In May 2016 he finished his graduate-school training in business law. A few months later, he decided he didnít want to work in law after all; he wanted to play video games. Guillaume likes adventure games, which allow players to immerse themselves in fantastic and foreign worlds. During his studies, he could only spare a couple of hours each day for his habit. Now he can slip into his video-game worlds for five or six hours at a time. A law career would have meant more money. Yet it would also have meant much more time spent at law.


brave little poaster


3:14 AM - March 14th, 2017

Honestly I could probably very easily play up my mental illnesses and just do this (I read that 4chan post someone posted here about admitting yourself to a hospital for suicidal ideation, would be so easy. Plus I have legit depression, ADHD, anxiety, maybe bipolar II). Good to know if I'm ever truly willing to give up on life I could cop SSDI and live out my life playing video games and eating pizza


The Buzz Aldrin Spacelaw Fellowship


3:17 AM - March 14th, 2017

That yearly statement I get says I'd get like $2700/month. No good for LA, but worth relocating to Kansas.


brave little poaster


3:19 AM - March 14th, 2017

If I were a NEET I think I'd feel more comfortable in a tiny town away from beautiful people and things to do, reduces FOMO


8-bit boipussy


4:02 AM - August 12th, 2017


prince


4:30 AM - August 12th, 2017

why is it always video games? i spend my time on porn, movies, youtube, reddit, and xoxo. i havent touched a video game in years.


HoldUpHoldUpWhat


4:33 AM - August 12th, 2017

FEMALE OBESITY EPIDEMIC


prince


4:48 AM - August 12th, 2017

He just got a job working for a hedge fund, after spending time volunteering for the Hillary Clinton campaign (in some games you can score more points than the opponent and still lose)

I FUCKING HATE LIBERALS AND I WISH THEY WOULD ALL FUCKING DROP DEAD. i seriously do believe this. i wish they would fucking all die, like tomorrow.