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I think for many people it's natural to want to feel part of some sort of community. I sometimes come across groups of great people united by the passion for something, but somehow no matter how much I like the group or whether I share the interest for the thing, I'm never able to really feel like part of it. I always feel external, like an alien, a foreigner. Even here, despite sometimes having fun or receiving positive feedback I feel like my background is completely different from the one of most anons, also I don't really have that much of an imageboard culture to "really" be part of the community. I discovered 4chan in 2018... This place a little before a year ago
I've watched (and loved) anime but still <20 series. I know it's not about numbers, but if I was really passionate about it I would've watched hundreds by now. Same applies to anything in my life really
It seems like I can never fully dive into something and as such I feel the difference between me and those who can, and self-reject myself


I feel the same. Even when I find a group that shares a hobby with me I feel like a ghost. Such is the life of an autist. Don't worry about fitting in with "imageboard culture," it's a meme anyway. Anime is neat but it'll also eat your life so maybe it's a good thing you're not completely tarded out on it. There's nothing wrong with being mature about a hobby.


>Don't worry about fitting in with "imageboard culture," it's a meme anyway
That sounds funny. I guess you're right, I don't now why I end up caring
>Anime is neat but it'll also eat your life
I'm afraid that if there's nothing eating my life then my life will be eating me. I don't think I'm being "mature" about my hobbies, rather I feel like I'm getting stuck over and over again, and every time that happens I just wait for a while, then switch to something else. As a result I barely get any progress in anything and when I see how far certain people have come with their hobbies I feel awful
Yeah yeah comparing to others is bad (but how not to? Also without comparing it's still pretty bad), yeah I should try to really focus on one thing (and I'm trying) but for now I still feel like shit and am unhappy with the state of my things


What hobbies do you have, op?
>imageboard culture
Nothing you need to know unless you don't know how to use an imageboard, and if anything like moot or whatever gets mentioned but it's more of a conversational thing then a thing you really need to know.
>fitting in (here)
just talk about what interests you. post regularly and stay comfy. nothing too complex.


>What hobbies do you have, op?
Music, as in listening, playing and making
I used to be into programming a lot, but it's been a while
I usually find anime/films/books enjoyable
As I said however sadly I'm usually very slow at anything
>>imageboard culture
I guess I meant more like in a mentality sense. If there's a reference to a 4chan meme I can always look it up
I don't have too much trouble posting either most of the time


I always feel like people are wary of knowing me to well. I have many acquaintances but very few friends. Whenever I see someone I know at the store or on the street they don't mind stopping for a chat but it never seems to go further than that. In the past many people have been afraid of me and I have no idea why.

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