Beyond "can't get a date"? I'm so sick of all these stupid advice columns about how to make your worthless relationship better, or all these questions even here about spicing up your sex life, why do humans assume everyone is in a relationship? Can't they, for once, give advice on how to actually get into one? Am I somehow lesser than them, is that what they're saying? No, honestly, I don't want to hear about you're idiot girlfriend/boyfriend, I don't care for all the sex you're having, in fact, I wish you would go away and leave me alone. Why can't anyone ever help us, huh? People with relationships neither deserve them nor happiness really anyway, I mean, they're always complaining about how awful the damn things are, then quit doing it. Don't like your bf/gf then break up with them, so what, ain't too hard! I just wish that I felt that I was at least remotely fucking desirable to other people, at least you know that someone actually likes you in some way, so leave me alone wth your non-existent problems!
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If you've not been in a relationship, you can't comment on others like the way you have. It's not easy to just leave a relationship and you shouldn't do that without trying. Relationship problems are usually really stressful so you shouldn't wish for it and they're often not "non existent" problems. You can't undermine someone else's experiences just because you're envious of their overall situation.
I understand completely where you're coming from with this but people aren't going to stop sharing relationship advice on a site like this, just because of a few single people who don't like being single. There isn't much to write about single life either, apart from saying how good/bad it is, or is there? If you dislike those questions/myTakes, then you can block the topic or ignore it altogether. You're just going to have to deal with it. You will find someone one day, you're still young too so don't lose hope. Just because others are doing what you haven't, doesn't mean it'll never happen. Things happen at different times in people's lives.1