Why NEETism is justified: Dying Words

Hobbit

Hobbit

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Oct 20, 2023
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If you're a NEET, you're bound to feel some sort of shame throughout your NEETism journey. Whether it be shamefulness from others such as family or friends, or perhaps yourself; perhaps you think time is slipping away.
Well, if you have an income, why bother? I've asked many wagies whether they'd give up the rat race of slaving away in a cage for Schlomo, and I've come to the conclusion that many would, so long as their needs and some of their wants at least were paid for. This is precisely why, given that I've been on a disabilitybux pension for the past seven years - straight out of high school, actually - and given that I've worked in extremely toxic environments throughout my high school years, I've decided that NEETism is justified. Many people would give up waging just to live a life of liberty and freedom to do whatever you want, whenever you want. Of course, you're bound to go mad without a "reason" to live - or perhaps a "purpose" is a better-suited word - as has happened to myself and many other NEETs/ex-NEETs I've spoken to. When you have far too much time to fill in, you tend to procrastinate everyday chores as well as hobbies you used to enjoy. Depression comes next, and then shame. However, speaking from experience, once you've crossed that road in your NEETism journey, you will feel liberated from society's pressures.
I came across an article in a newspaper clipping that even further justifies my reasoning for being a permaNEET. The clipping, which I will attach to this post, states that many who are dying have one big regret in life: that they hadn't worked so hard and had made more time for family and friends, as well as allowed themselves to be happier (which is hard to do when working a 9-to-5).
Now, going off this clipping, you might be wondering, "Well, why didn't they just work less?" In my personal opinion, that, in this day and age, is practically impossible, given the soaring expenses of living. And, if you're working so hard to make ends meet, you won't have time to pursue any passions or other money-making schemes such as crypto (you need to be utterly focused in order to make money with cryptocurrency), writing (my personal passion, which has been profitable too), art, or perhaps even streaming/making YouTube videos. While you're working, doing any of these to the extent where you can make a living is near impossible.
Returning to the start of this so-called "essay" or post, I believe that the shame most NEETs feel in their early NEETing years - and sometimes even longer - isn't justified and in fact, most NEETs should be proud of the fact that they're a NEET with an income. Perhaps NEETs who bludge off their parents or loved ones are a different breed, but those who have acquired some form of income - be it disabilitybux or a side hustle/profitable passion - are to be admired and perhaps even worshiped to some extent for their ingenuity of making it as a NEET without putting in the typical "hard yards" (as we call it here down under).
Anyway, this is going on too long so I'll just leave it here alongside the newspaper clipping.
Let me know what you think and if this makes sense.
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Hobbit

Hobbit

DSPatrician
Oct 20, 2023
1,704
Me on my death bed be like I wish I texted her back
Based. My deathbed regret will be I wish I never broke up with a certain ex. It's over.
no pussy no work
For me, the biggest reason I refuse to work even part time is because of the massive amount of ethnics immigrating to Australia. Not working with shitskins soz gubbamint
 
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