3 years and going strong
7 years, fuckin nice
just under 2 years
7 years or so
forever god kill me please
3 years here, with no signs of stopping
Around two years.
technically over 10 years
about 36 hours. damn it, coming to a close again..
6 years and living it to the fullest!
nearly 8 years it is just life for me now.
The first few years usually are and then you develop all sorts of psychological problems or exacerbate existing ones and you realize just how utterly fucked you are.
14 years. Parents dead, living in a tiny apartment off of NeetBux and some extra money for commissions.
I hate my life.
5 years. its going to come to an end soon though. my parents gave me an ultimatum. i need to find a job by the end of this year
how hard of a neet are we talking about? cuz i work 16 hours a week to feed my self and pay bills. but that's it
nine years. I hated school so much I decided to block out the outside world entirely for a long time after it was over just so I could recover. never went to college, but I suspect those cries of "college is better" would have been lies anyway (I have a hunch the people here will agree with me on that)
2 and I am at my limit. I'll try to get out.
11 or 12 years
that post is one of those "beautiful untruths" people say to make themselves feel better about how unfair the world really is. it's already been proven multiple times that your looks factor into how people see you as a person, see "the halo effect": https://www.simplypsychology.org/halo-effect.html basically, if you're attractive , then people will, on average, be more inclined to see the best in you and then will retroactively make up excuses for why that is since they don't even realize that they did that.
although I should mention on a more positive note that this same phenomenon is why you're more likely to stick around if someone's ugly if you get emotionally involved with them first, and then see their face. the halo effect takes over because of whatever positive attributes you've already learned about them. obviously there's a cap on that, but it does help.