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Posted 12/31/17 , edited 1/1/18
Lol I don't even try anymore.

I'm over it.
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Posted 12/31/17 , edited 12/31/17

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I love my comic shop; it's where I've met some awesome people. And since it's a dedicated specialty store there's a lot of fans of manga, DC, Marvel, and gaming. The whole atmosphere really coalesces. Often times, large comic shops will even run RPG events, TCG, and other tabletop games. My comic shop also has events dedicated to comics as well.

Look for a comic book shop.


that's an awesome idea!

yeah, find places where you will things in common, do this.



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blackstarking wrote:

Lol I don't even try anymore.

I'm over it.


lol me too, I don't even try as well

we have something in common aye lmao
sarcasm* yeah that's how you stay cool by isolating yourself aha
Posted 12/31/17 , edited 1/1/18

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blackstarking wrote:

Lol I don't even try anymore.

I'm over it.


lol me too, I don't even try as well

we have something in common aye lmao
sarcasm* yeah that's how you stay cool by isolating yourself aha


Yes.
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Posted 12/31/17 , edited 1/1/18

blackstarking wrote:


ExiAHesP wrote:


blackstarking wrote:

Lol I don't even try anymore.

I'm over it.


lol me too, I don't even try as well

we have something in common aye lmao
sarcasm* yeah that's how you stay cool by isolating yourself aha


Yes.


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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18
I used to try to make friends in real life. They turned out to be backstabbers.
I gave up trying. Gaming friends are better
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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18
I hit people and they become my friends. Now I have tons of friends @[email protected]
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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18

ExiAHesP wrote:


MasterOfThorns wrote:

I love my comic shop; it's where I've met some awesome people. And since it's a dedicated specialty store there's a lot of fans of manga, DC, Marvel, and gaming. The whole atmosphere really coalesces. Often times, large comic shops will even run RPG events, TCG, and other tabletop games. My comic shop also has events dedicated to comics as well.

Look for a comic book shop.


that's an awesome idea!

yeah, find places where you will things in common, do this.



Looks like OP has a new quest


blackstarking wrote:

Lol I don't even try anymore.

I'm over it.


lol me too, I don't even try as well

we have something in common aye lmao
sarcasm* yeah that's how you stay cool by isolating yourself aha


yes i need to find a place for pc gamers in my town...might be something around hopefully!
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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18
I am not overly social so

and if I do happen upon another human I think

and so then...
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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18

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ExiAHesP wrote:


MasterOfThorns wrote:

I love my comic shop; it's where I've met some awesome people. And since it's a dedicated specialty store there's a lot of fans of manga, DC, Marvel, and gaming. The whole atmosphere really coalesces. Often times, large comic shops will even run RPG events, TCG, and other tabletop games. My comic shop also has events dedicated to comics as well.

Look for a comic book shop.


that's an awesome idea!

yeah, find places where you will things in common, do this.



Looks like OP has a new quest


blackstarking wrote:

Lol I don't even try anymore.

I'm over it.


lol me too, I don't even try as well

we have something in common aye lmao
sarcasm* yeah that's how you stay cool by isolating yourself aha


yes i need to find a place for pc gamers in my town...might be something around hopefully!


yeah, or you can make more friends on the internet at home and stop worrying about how to get friends IRL... give it time and good things will happen, look for discord groups for popular streamers you follow or game clans you like etc
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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18

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yeah, or you can make more friends on the internet at home and stop worrying about how to get friends IRL... give it time and good things will happen, look for discord groups for popular streamers you follow or game clans you like etc


Yeah ill give it time and i don't really care for irl friends much but my family does and my psychologist keeps telling me i NEED Irl friends >.<
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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18

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yeah, or you can make more friends on the internet at home and stop worrying about how to get friends IRL... give it time and good things will happen, look for discord groups for popular streamers you follow or game clans you like etc


Yeah ill give it time and i don't really care for irl friends much but my family does and my psychologist keeps telling me i NEED Irl friends >.<


well maybe look for new places like art groups or joining into sport or something do manly shit like build a fire and fuck a girl near it something idk dude
Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18
School, work, and the likes. Hell, i even made a friend from Tinder cause i was bored. All it takes is simply trying to small chat with anyone, but it won't always be successful. That's part of life really, nothing comes easy; and some people even make things difficult intentionally. If they make it clear that they don't want anything to do with you, then just say fuck it and move on.
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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/2/18

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School, work, and the likes. Hell, i even made a friend from Tinder cause i was bored. All it takes is simply trying to small chat with anyone, but it won't always be successful. That's part of life really, nothing comes easy; and some people even make things difficult intentionally. If they make it clear that they don't want anything to do with you, then just say fuck it and move on.


thats probably my problem i don't goto school or work due to nothing in the area.
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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/2/18

ExiAHesP wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


ExiAHesP wrote:



yeah, or you can make more friends on the internet at home and stop worrying about how to get friends IRL... give it time and good things will happen, look for discord groups for popular streamers you follow or game clans you like etc


Yeah ill give it time and i don't really care for irl friends much but my family does and my psychologist keeps telling me i NEED Irl friends >.<


well maybe look for new places like art groups or joining into sport or something do manly shit like build a fire and fuck a girl near it something idk dude


i will look into some art groups doing manly stuff and sports isn't something i enjoy but i do enjoy art a lot gonna check once everything opens up again in a week!
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Posted 1/2/18 , edited 1/2/18
Honestly, your story sounds very similar to mine. Like some others have mentioned, a lot of it can be based on where you live (unfortunately) as far as how outgoing the people around tend to be. I've noticed a big change in just a state over from mine, which gave me some perspective.

Definitely post-school is very difficult to make or maintain friendships. It appears that the concept of friendship even changes as you age as others get invested in their careers or start families of their own. Everyone is just "all over the place" and so much harder to get a hold of.

Maybe during this lull of friendships, you can just enjoy trying to find more things out about yourself. Love and take care of yourself. If you force yourself to make friends, you can find yourself in some very low-quality friendships down the road.
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