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    My "friends" only hung out with me to take the p*ss out of me, but i'd still hang out with them because otherwise i'd have nobody. But after new years, when we were drunk and found a few train tickets at the train station on the floor, they decided to lure me into a train to manchester and ended up leaving me there by myself to wake up at 7 in the morning next to a homeless person. They didn't apologize and laughed about it the next day, so I decided that i'd rather be a loner.

    A few of my good friends now go to different colleges, and so I have lost touch with them. Ever since I ended it i've been at home every single day. At college, even though its been a few months since we started, hardly anybody knows each other. I only know people from my subjects or secondary school people.

    What is there to do? I've tried 'looking on the bright side' and have been at home studying hard for the past 2 weeks, but now I feel like a weirdo, and think I should really meet new people, but I dont know where to start? Is there anything I can get myself involved with where I can have fun AND meet new people? And maybe even making me a stronger uni candidate?

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    those *******s...just be patient
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    put your self out there at your college start making random convo's with fellow students,
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    Whatever you do don't hang around with those ********s.
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    Sorry to hear of your bad experience, maybe you could try and join a gym, sports clubs, chess, or anything similar your college might offer, or otherwise. You could end up meeting some new people whilst having more extra curricular activities for your ucas application.

    What doesn't kill you makes you stronger right?
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    (Original post by anonymous guy)
    My "friends" only hung out with me to take the p*ss out of me, but i'd still hang out with them because otherwise i'd have nobody. But after new years, when we were drunk and found a few train tickets at the train station on the floor, they decided to lure me into a train to manchester and ended up leaving me there by myself to wake up at 7 in the morning next to a homeless person. They didn't apologize and laughed about it the next day, so I decided that i'd rather be a loner.

    A few of my good friends now go to different colleges, and so I have lost touch with them. Ever since I ended it i've been at home every single day. At college, even though its been a few months since we started, hardly anybody knows each other. I only know people from my subjects or secondary school people.

    What is there to do? I've tried 'looking on the bright side' and have been at home studying hard for the past 2 weeks, but now I feel like a weirdo, and think I should really meet new people, but I dont know where to start? Is there anything I can get myself involved with where I can have fun AND meet new people? And maybe even making me a stronger uni candidate?

    Thank you
    Firstly, that story at the start is soooooooooo funny. You'll look back at that and laugh.

    Debate club? Sports? Model UN? Book club?

    Also just sit on a big table in your class, you'll meet people that way and hopefully groups. Then just merge in. =]
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    Considering I thought this thread was going to be about a sex change I am most unamused by what is on offer here, OP.
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    if someone puts you on a train and leaves you stranded and you let it slide, i dont think anyone will ever respect you.
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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    Considering I thought this thread was going to be about a sex change I am most unamused by what is on offer here, OP.
    :ditto:

    Actually I think a sex change might help OP.
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    (Original post by anonymous guy)
    My "friends" only hung out with me to take the p*ss out of me, but i'd still hang out with them because otherwise i'd have nobody. But after new years, when we were drunk and found a few train tickets at the train station on the floor, they decided to lure me into a train to manchester and ended up leaving me there by myself to wake up at 7 in the morning next to a homeless person. They didn't apologize and laughed about it the next day, so I decided that i'd rather be a loner.

    A few of my good friends now go to different colleges, and so I have lost touch with them. Ever since I ended it i've been at home every single day. At college, even though its been a few months since we started, hardly anybody knows each other. I only know people from my subjects or secondary school people.

    What is there to do? I've tried 'looking on the bright side' and have been at home studying hard for the past 2 weeks, but now I feel like a weirdo, and think I should really meet new people, but I dont know where to start? Is there anything I can get myself involved with where I can have fun AND meet new people? And maybe even making me a stronger uni candidate?

    Thank you

    Please clarify, as we all know that does not just happen. You're omitting something.

    And on topic, I doubt there's a lot you can do. Going places typical for a teen is overrated, so chill.

    Actually, find someone else lonely (not as weird or gay as it sounds), and just start talking to them.
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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    Considering I thought this thread was going to be about a sex change I am most unamused by what is on offer here, OP.
    Me too. Maybe it's the boy who became a freak woman in Spain (youngest ever...).
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    Have you got a playstation, internet, porn?

    why do you need freinds?
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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    Considering I thought this thread was going to be about a sex change I am most unamused by what is on offer here, OP.

    Never judge a thread by its title.
 
 
 
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