- Stuck in the rat race known as a job to live.
- Didn't achieve your childhood dreams.
- Working 40+ hours in a monotonous job you hate.
- Marrying/committed to a person you do not really "love"... just a somewhat compatible with, who does expected tasks and doesn't annoy you too much.
- No loyalty. Cheating on your partner and vice versa. Everyone cheats, lettuce beef real tea.
- Shit boring co-workers talking about the same chit everyday... every fucking day.
- coworkers that eat shit and are fat cunts, you're surrounded by mediocrity, cope and depression.
- Neighbours. Your wife also has stale friends that talk about boring chit like the new washing machine they're planning on buying next week.. that's the highlight of their week.
- Going bald by 30. Test dropping. Losing beauty each year if you are a woman.
- having and raising kids that are little brats after age 12 and will abandon you in their 20's.
- No to little sex life after marriage.
- Work til your grave for 40-50 years.
- get put in a retirement home where you're treated like shit, beaten and pissed on.
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I'm with you on all the job-related stuff, because most of us have to work and just because some people here have the jobs they want--studies will show you that about 70% of people DON'T like their jobs. If it's that many people, it's about more than just choices. Most jobs are not out there for you to like them--they're about getting paid.
But you don't have to get married or have kids, and I'm neither married nor have kids. I looked at everyone in my family growing up and while I was in college, and that's one thing I consciously said "no, thanks" to, particularly the kid part. I look at my sisters, who are married with kids, and the type of relationship they have with their husbands... I can't see how they're happy, and I could never be happy living like that. I'd like to get married in theory very much, but I also have realized over the last year or two that it won't be like my fantasy... and if not, then why do it? This I can control way more than my career, which depends heavily on who will hire me, being able to afford to go back to school to change careers, how much employers pay for my skillset, etc.