Turn on thread page Beta

I hate normie culture. watch

    • Thread Starter
    Offline

    4
    ReputationRep:
    I detest how the average youth behaves. I really hate "lad" culture, and I feel extremely alienated by societies obsession with sex and partying, this makes it impossible to get along with anyone. I dropped out of uni because I couldn't stand student culture, I've always felt left out because I never enjoyed partying, but when I got to university I felt like a spectre, and outcast who had nothing in common with anyone. I hated it so much, so I had to go home, I will return to university this year, but I am dreading it.

    Speaking of which, I have no friends anymore. Back when I was at highschool things were much simpler, now all my "friends" are obsessed with getting laid and doing drugs. I no longer have anything in common with them, so they are no longer my friends. I hate how materialistic and image concious people are. I hate how bland and predictable they are, it feels like everyone is a robot who lacks original thought, how can I get along with these people? They're so boring.

    Just to clarify, I do not hate normies, I hate how I feel left out by them. If I wanted to I could pass as a "cool guy", I'm tall and handsome, I work out, I take care of my apperence and a lot of people say I'm fun to be around, that is until they want to go to a nightclub and get wasted. I wish I wanted to be normal, because then I could just be a normie, and I'd still have friends, I'd still be in university, and I'd probably be a lot happier. However I simply do not enjoy these things, and because of that, I'll never have friends, I'll never fit in ever again, I'll always be alone and bitter over how there's just not a place on this planet for someone like me. Thoughts?
    • Community Assistant
    Offline

    20
    ReputationRep:
    Community Assistant
    Everyone is different and Im sure that you will find a set of friends or even a person who will find similar hobbies and interest to you xx
    Offline

    18
    ReputationRep:
    (Original post by Ihatenormies)
    I detest how the average youth behaves. I really hate "lad" culture, and I feel extremely alienated by societies obsession with sex and partying, this makes it impossible to get along with anyone. I dropped out of uni because I couldn't stand student culture, I've always felt left out because I never enjoyed partying, but when I got to university I felt like a spectre, and outcast who had nothing in common with anyone. I hated it so much, so I had to go home, I will return to university this year, but I am dreading it.

    Speaking of which, I have no friends anymore. Back when I was at highschool things were much simpler, now all my "friends" are obsessed with getting laid and doing drugs. I no longer have anything in common with them, so they are no longer my friends. I hate how materialistic and image concious people are. I hate how bland and predictable they are, it feels like everyone is a robot who lacks original thought, how can I get along with these people? They're so boring.

    Just to clarify, I do not hate normies, I hate how I feel left out by them. If I wanted to I could pass as a "cool guy", I'm tall and handsome, I work out, I take care of my apperence and a lot of people say I'm fun to be around, that is until they want to go to a nightclub and get wasted. I wish I wanted to be normal, because then I could just be a normie, and I'd still have friends, I'd still be in university, and I'd probably be a lot happier. However I simply do not enjoy these things, and because of that, I'll never have friends, I'll never fit in ever again, I'll always be alone and bitter over how there's just not a place on this planet for someone like me. Thoughts?
    What are you interested in? I don't like parties and drugs and all that either.
    Offline

    19
    ReputationRep:
    All sounds fairly normal to me. Including the bit where you say you feel "left out", but then actively decide to drop out (ie.your choice), plus the nihilistic melodramatic overstatement of "I'll never fit in, I'll never have friends." All perfectly normal. Possibly an outlier rather than mainstream version of normality, but normal nonetheless. Sorry to disappoint.
    Offline

    16
    ReputationRep:
    Avod nihilistic thought like the plague. It will only make you more depressed. Defeatist thoughts like 'I'll never fit in. I'll never have friends' will stop you from making friends and fitting in. Your thoughts are more powerful than you think.
    • Thread Starter
    Offline

    4
    ReputationRep:
    (Original post by DrSocSciences)
    All sounds fairly normal to me. Including the bit where you say you feel "left out", but then actively decide to drop out (ie.your choice), plus the nihilistic melodramatic overstatement of "I'll never fit in, I'll never have friends." All perfectly normal. Possibly an outlier rather than mainstream version of normality, but normal nonetheless. Sorry to disappoint.
    Pfft, you're right, I'm nothing truly unique, but I wouldn't take pride in being an outlier even if I were, I don't want to be who I am, I want to be a normie, the sort of normie I described in the OP, not someone who feels like a complete a loser because I don't want to go out, party and get laid every weekend.

    (Original post by rickyrossman)
    Avod nihilistic thought like the plague. It will only make you more depressed. Defeatist thoughts like 'I'll never fit in. I'll never have friends' will stop you from making friends and fitting in. Your thoughts are more powerful than you think.
    You're right, I've been feeling quite depressed and bitter about this really, I'm just trying to vent, but still, I hate how society at large will always look down on me for being this way, and even if it is possible to make like minded friends, they always seem to "grow out of it" or be so socially outcasted that they're rarely every interested in talking anyway.
    Offline

    16
    ReputationRep:
    (Original post by Ihatenormies)
    Pfft, you're right, I'm nothing truly unique, but I wouldn't take pride in being an outlier even if I were, I don't want to be who I am, I want to be a normie, the sort of normie I described in the OP, not someone who feels like a complete a loser because I don't want to go out, party and get laid every weekend.



    You're right, I've been feeling quite depressed and bitter about this really, I'm just trying to vent, but still, I hate how society at large will always look down on me for being this way, and even if it is possible to make like minded friends, they always seem to "grow out of it" or be so socially outcasted that they're rarely every interested in talking anyway.
    :laugh::laugh:

    Dude, society won't look down on you because you're not a party animal. Only a small group of narrow minded students who've never been in the real world will.
    Offline

    20
    ReputationRep:
    (Original post by rickyrossman)
    :laugh::laugh:

    Dude, society won't look down on you because you're not a party animal. Only a small group of narrow minded students who've never been in the real world will.
    I second this. Once you get out of the student bubble, very few people party all the time. Once people mature they’ll “grow out of it” I promise!

    For the time being, try and join something outside of uni to get some socialising in the real world, join a club or something. Your mindset isn’t as much of a minority as you think it is, you’re just in the wrong setting.
    Posted on the TSR App. Download from Apple or Google Play
    Offline

    16
    ReputationRep:
    Cx in the chat boiiiis
    • Political Ambassador
    Offline

    20
    ReputationRep:
    Political Ambassador
    Offline

    2
    ReputationRep:
    (Original post by Ihatenormies)
    I detest how the average youth behaves. I really hate "lad" culture, and I feel extremely alienated by societies obsession with sex and partying, this makes it impossible to get along with anyone. I dropped out of uni because I couldn't stand student culture, I've always felt left out because I never enjoyed partying, but when I got to university I felt like a spectre, and outcast who had nothing in common with anyone. I hated it so much, so I had to go home, I will return to university this year, but I am dreading it.

    Speaking of which, I have no friends anymore. Back when I was at highschool things were much simpler, now all my "friends" are obsessed with getting laid and doing drugs. I no longer have anything in common with them, so they are no longer my friends. I hate how materialistic and image concious people are. I hate how bland and predictable they are, it feels like everyone is a robot who lacks original thought, how can I get along with these people? They're so boring.

    Just to clarify, I do not hate normies, I hate how I feel left out by them. If I wanted to I could pass as a "cool guy", I'm tall and handsome, I work out, I take care of my apperence and a lot of people say I'm fun to be around, that is until they want to go to a nightclub and get wasted. I wish I wanted to be normal, because then I could just be a normie, and I'd still have friends, I'd still be in university, and I'd probably be a lot happier. However I simply do not enjoy these things, and because of that, I'll never have friends, I'll never fit in ever again, I'll always be alone and bitter over how there's just not a place on this planet for someone like me. Thoughts?
    You'll always fit in at my misanthropic death cult. Now recruiting cultists, only requirement is a deep hatred of outsiders or 'normies'.
 
 
 
Poll
How are you feeling in the run-up to Results Day 2018?
Useful resources
AtCTs

Ask the Community Team

Got a question about the site content or our moderation? Ask here.

Welcome Lounge

Welcome Lounge

We're a friendly bunch. Post here if you're new to TSR.

Groups associated with this forum:

View associated groups

The Student Room, Get Revising and Marked by Teachers are trading names of The Student Room Group Ltd.

Register Number: 04666380 (England and Wales), VAT No. 806 8067 22 Registered Office: International House, Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XE

Write a reply...
Reply
Hide
Reputation gems: You get these gems as you gain rep from other members for making good contributions and giving helpful advice.