Life is not worth living if your SMV is not in global top 10

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Just LOL at your pathetic existence.
Getting laid means far less than being WORSHIPPED by females.
 
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This is legit. Anyone who has had sex knows how insanely overrated it is. It is only marginally better than fapping to porn.
 

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I agree somewhat.

Life these days is just too connected and too visible. With social media, the 24/7 media cycle, and technology you know what other people are doing: who has it best, who has it worst. And your own miserable fit in the world. There's no room for secrets or delusions of self worth. 

On that note (re self worth/re OP): Instagram surely has to be the most powerful drivers of suicidal thoughts since the invention of mirrors. I'm surprised it has a such a loyal and committed user base. For me personally I'd have blasted myself long ago if I was forced to use that site on the daily.

But yeah if you're thinking about ending it all it's probably for legit reasons, sadly. You never see the handsome, tall wealthy kids juggling feelings of inadequacy or considering joining the noble one Gandy in the sky.
 

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IntenseSuffering said:
This is legit. Anyone who has had sex knows how insanely overrated it is. It is only marginally better than fapping to porn.
Yeah man I see where you're coming from.

It's not enough to get laid otherwise we'd all just bang hookers. You need validation too and lots of it.

A good way to measure your self worth is by counting how many Instagram followers you have, or how many Facebook likes you have. If you come up short in any of these indicators you're probably going to struggle to feel happy: it means you're not connected enough, your social value is too low, you're outta the loop. And in a world where connections are everything you're fucked. Rare exceptions apply.
 

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Schwarz said:
I agree somewhat.

Life these days is just too connected and too visible. With social media, the 24/7 media cycle, and technology you know what other people are doing: who has it best, who has it worst. And your own miserable fit in the world. There's no room for secrets or delusions of self worth. 

On that note (re self worth/re OP): Instagram surely has to be the most powerful drivers of suicidal thoughts since the invention of mirrors. I'm surprised it has a such a loyal and committed user base. For me personally I'd have blasted myself long ago if I was forced to use that site on the daily.

But yeah if you're thinking about ending it all it's probably for legit reasons, sadly. You never see the handsome, tall wealthy kids juggling feelings of inadequacy or considering joining the noble one Gandy in the sky.
Jamie near his best, highly nuclear pilling post  :giggle:
 
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