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Meeting new people as an autist Anonymous 67248

I'm 21 and I never had a BF I can't socialize with normies/ppl outside of boards. Like shit memespeak is my only personality,tho I recognize that boards are toxic.

Where do I meet (online cause I'm not dating locals caus I hate my country) non normie men who won't be weirded out by me?

Should I instead try changing myself? Idk how.

Should I just try meeting men in a online hobby type community?

Anonymous 67254

>>67248
Same boat here anon. I met my long term BF through my philosophy department, and we share that interest besides imageboard culture. But it is kind of mandatory for me that friends be conversant in internet culture, since I pretty grew up online and had no IRL friends as a kid :-(

IRL relationships absolutely beat online relationships.

I recommend putting out feelers by using chanspeak IRL, on your facebook, or on your online dating profile.

Sorry for blogposting.

Anonymous 67260

>>67254
i thought i was the only one,same with growing up friendless,so do you share board culture?sorry i didnt get the phrasing

the problem is where i live im stack(because they offer free uni) somewhere i dont want to stay or make relationships in tho you know what i mean?

Anonymous 67261

Artist people are like normies times ten. You are a simp and an art hoe.

Anonymous 67263

>>67261
?where did i say anything about art

Anonymous 67265

>>67261
>>67263
Well…you can be autistic and artistic.
Also how are artfags 10x more normie? Art is a hobby that's so widespread that people from all social demographics do it.

Anonymous 67266

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>>67265
guilty honestly,true true


,idk although drawing is one of my only hobbies i feel i would not want a drawing bf?idk why maybe cause id feel its a competiotion anyone relates?

Anonymous 67291

>>67248
i feel this so much, im from an eastern euro country and all the people i ve ever met were either fuckwits from tinder or classmates, i literally dont know how to go and make friends or date

Anonymous 67371

>>67248
What country are you in? Please be my autistic friend, thank you.

Anonymous 67372

>>67371
Seems like Israel or an Arab country, judging by the placement of her question mark and the grammar in her posts.

In any case, OP, I'm in a similar boat. I'm 20 and have never had a boyfriend or any friends in real life entirely. Even my online friends are less active on the internet than I am, because I don't really go outside to do anything but shop, exercise, or go to the library. I think meeting men in hobby communities is your best bet if you don't tell them that you are a woman. Find somebody who loves your personality and enjoys talking to you before you ever tell them your sex.

Anonymous 67471

>Where do I meet (online cause I'm not dating locals caus I hate my country) non normie men who won't be weirded out by me?

Anywhere.But guys like that are always hiding their true self and have elaborate personas,as well as being rare.Instead of focusing on where to find them,you should focus on figuring out behavorial patterns.In my experience,imageboard discord servers have a very small ratio of decent guys.Be wary of the ones that sound decent and end up being one of many variations of shit.Take your time.Think of questions or topics to use in order to test people,and figure out the many ways people lie and always think of what ulterior motive one person might have.
Trying to find someone to be with has made me a little jaded,you'll see that most people are allergic to saying the truth and that most men have very superficial ulterior motives(most popular one being getting their dick wet no matter what).
Focus more on finding a vulnerable guillible and easy to manipulate guy that you can shape to your whims.I know this sounds fucking evil,but if you're a good person and have a certain skill for this kind of stuff,then this shouldn't be anything wrong to him.In fact,he could become very happy.It's easier to find guys like that than it is to find guys that are actually date-able.Sad as it is.If you find a dateable one,keep him.It'll likely take you a few years to run into another one.And again,be wary of the ones that look decent.Most men put on a very sweet mask on themselves that they take off as soon as they get to the sex part.The good thing is that most men aren't creative,so these masks are often very similar.One day you'll now which ones show their true face and which ones use masks.And you'll be sad to notice that men without a mask are to be found every few years,and that most of those men have ugly faces anyway.So a man without a mask and whose face is pretty(this is all metaphor btw) is your goal.Good luck.

Anonymous 69938

>>67471
i wouldnt want to manipulate anyone

Anonymous 69945

>>67372
>I think meeting men in hobby communities is your best bet if you don't tell them that you are a woman. Find somebody who loves your personality and enjoys talking to you before you ever tell them your sex.
this, honestly. and you already have something in common with them if you're passionate about the hobby, so that's a plus

Anonymous 69959

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try uni maybe?

Anonymous 70001

>>69959
It would take me a year plus, where I live its hard to get in plus I really don't want to date men from where I live

Anonymous 70002

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>>69945
How does that even work for yall?the only things I like is drawing, language studying and edgy maymays and I can't imagine sharing them with anyone honestly, idk why I just can't imagine



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