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Winter break is here, so I have no classes and most of the students are gone. My life now consists of working and going home to an empty house. I want a gf, but it's not going to happen here. Friends are non-existent right now because most people are gone. This might just be winter break, but this is pretty much a future glimpse of my life.
So you aren't going to go abroad?
My college years were lonely too. I know what it feels like. Just keep your eyes on the future. But make sure you do something. Leaving it up to 'hopefully' isn't going to get you anywhere.
No, I mean if all else fails I'm going abroad. I still have a little hope lol.
Yeah what's the point of working hard in America and paying all those bills just to live a life of loneliness and isolation? It doesn't makes sense, and it's sad that many Americans think they have no choice and that this is how "the world" is, which is not true.
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Back in farangland and I'm starting to remember why I didn't date here. I mean I just put on wechat and I found 2 ladies in the area, whereas there were 200+ in Bangkok.
Skout is dead here as well.
OK so I should meet ladies IRL. But how am I supposed to go out and do Roosh-like day gaming? It's winter, it's cold and grey and the streets are deserted !
Yea, exactly. All people do here in the States is overwork themselves just to pay bills for things they bought to keep up with others around them. They then complain that they have no time, no life, or no money.
I have always gone after what I wanted and now I'm getting to the point where I truly enjoy my life. It all started when I started working for myself and decided to live the below my means. And now, people who make more money then I do, and have more things then I do look at me with a slight envy because they don't have the freedom that I do and they don't have the ability to travel overseas for extended periods of time because in some way shape or form they're stuck here.
America is a prison to me and this place tries to trap you and keep you here. Having kids, getting a mortgage, going into student loan debt, getting married, and credit card debt are all traps.
I know many people in your situation, men and women. It's so sad compared to the American life as a young teenager where you have lots of friends, pizza parties, and sleepovers.
Americans lost there spirit to fight for a worthy cause. As adults, Americans just roll over and take it up the a** from corporate America like a ho and submit to working 40, 60, 80 hours a week as if this is a normal way to live. They only start to question things when they get old and sick from all the years of working so hard.
At this point all you can do is save yourself.
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