Should I get a practice girlfriend before having a real one?

I feel like its sociopathic but isnt it important to figure out what you want out of a relationship before you get married?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Anon that’s basically what a girlfriend is and what courtship has been about since forever.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah but this is with a deliberate intention to start a relationship with a 5/10 girl. date a girl, pretend to be in love with her, then dump her when the moment a better opportunity arrives.

      No true intention of caring about her feelings or breaking her heart once i extracted the experience points out of the relationship. just using her for like a training dummy.

      That's what i mean by this is a very sociopathic idea.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This only works in theory. In reality you will catch feelings for the girl the power dynamic will shift in her favor and when she kicks you to the curb you will be just as hurt so that the delineation of "practice gf" would be useless. Don't play around with people..

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >In reality you will catch feelings for the girl
          This didn't happen to me. I had to dump my practice gf because she got more annoying over time and I was close to beating her up in private since I was already yelling at her in public, I didn't care if others saw it too.

          https://desuarchive.orgNSFFWthread/35265134/#35265580

          Lucky man.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This is shit every guy has said who ends up in a multi-year relationship. Just have fun in your dates with your GF and don’t worry about marriage till you’re with a girl for a few years.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/yPvlZWi.jpg

        I feel like its sociopathic but isnt it important to figure out what you want out of a relationship before you get married?

        If you are pretending it isnt "practice"

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          What is it then?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Pretend

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Practice and pretend are exactly the same thing here.
            i'm pretending to love but i'm just simply "practicing" the concepts of dating on her so that once i've sucked all the knowledge out of her i'll know what i'm doing when a higher quality girl say an 8/10 or above comes around i'll know how to navigate the mind of the next female better and make her fall in love with me with greater ease.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Nope

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Yes I'm sure that mentality will surely help you form healthy relationships.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            That's not how relationships work at all. You want knowledge of the dynamic of a relationship, not to "suck all the knowledge of of a girl". A relationship is a dynamic that takes the efforts and participation of two different people, hence the name "relation". If you are just pretending, you aren't actually engaged in a relationship. Hence, you are not putting your side of the math into the equation. And what you extract from what you are doing will be in no way applicable to an actual relationship. By pretending in this fake relationship, you will put forth actions which are not true/real. Therefore, the dynamic response which you receive from her will not be applicable in a real relationship because they will be responses to actions which aren't sincere. In the end, should everything go as you say according to plan, and you dump her and engage in what you would consider a real relationship with somebody you actually do have feelings for, you will make the same efforts and perform the same actions to receive the same dynamic response from the new girl, You will just be repeating the responses to the learned pretend actions, and neither person will have a relationship in the end

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Deep real knowledge right here. Wow.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            He's just yapping though

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Sounds like cope

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        stop having intentions. Your overthinking is crippling you, most people do sociopathic things by not thinking about it.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Dont prioritize looks so much. Sure there are beautiful women out there who are sweet and fun, and there are ugly women who are uglier on the inside than out. Just find someone you enjoy being around and dont ever be ashamed of her or think you deserve more because of your looks. You'll find happiness that way. One of my biggest regrets is leaving someone because I could 'do better'. She treated me like a king and I've never really found anyone like that since.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          you regret dropping a fatty, realllly??

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            She was chubby.

            why can't you take her back?

            I did her dirty. Ive never talked to her since but I hope she found someone who treats her right.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          why can't you take her back?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        There's some things you can only learn by going into a relationship with true intentions. By doing it this way, you're going to enter another relationship with more confidence than your experience warrants, and you'll frick up royally.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      NOW, you're thinking like a WOMAN! GOOD JOB, homosexual!

      Wrong. Read a book.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >> I feel like its sociopathic

    Please stop using a term you clearly do not understand. Particularly, stop causing a negative stigma that is not due to the term.

    >> should I get a practice girlfriend

    That's what school yard relationships are for. If you leave high school without having had a practice girl friend, it's too late.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >sociopathy, is a mental health condition in which a person consistently shows no regard for right and wrong and ignores the rights and feelings of others.

      This is literally the definition of sociopathic behavior.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Whose right or wrong are we talking here though? What's right for me may not be right for you, ergo something can't be objectively right OR wrong, only relative to two or more parties can a "thing" be right or wrong.
        Can you define a sociopath without using subjective terms? If not, I have bad news for you.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >What's right for me may not be right for you

          Sure let me just rape and kill you and your whole family cuz KEKELOL it's all subjective after all *stab stab stab*

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Might is right a new concept to you, shithead?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            that is literally the mentality an evil villain has.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >gets filtered by the very show he's posting about

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >pretend to be in love with her
    Every man does this. They pretend because they are incapable of empathy or love for a woman. They may love their dog or their bro or their car or shoes but not a woman

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >> They pretend because they are incapable of empathy or love for a woman.

      No, that's just autistics

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >autistics
        No its not. Just another excuse men come up with. No different than saying women are stupid or only good for breeding or they are all prostitutes so they do not deserve anything but manipulation and abuse.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What men and women mean by love is different. You are guilty of the same error you accuse others of.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >They may love their dog or their bro or their car or shoes but not a woman
      r u black?

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You've heard the Tale of the Practice GF, right?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      No i've never heard of it. Enlighten me

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://desuarchive.orgNSFFWthread/35265134/#35265580

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          That was fricking grim

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's not a practice gf, that's destroying a woman while painting yourself as a victim for pity sex

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You should get a girlfriend that (You) like and accept that it might not last forever, but even if it fails you can learn and grow from it.

    You should not get a girlfriend for the sake of having one, or a girlfriend that you don't like. Having a gf you aren't actually attracted to will barely teach you anything about dating a girl you actually want to spend your time with. I went out with a girl 4 or 5 times over the span of a couple of months, simply because she kept asking me and I didn't have anything better to do. She was pretty, sure, but her personality turned me the frick off. I just had to stop going out with her. I think the only thing I gained out of it was knowing what it's like irl in the sitcom scenario when someone accidentally spills a beer on your date at a bar.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >knowing what it's like irl in the sitcom scenario when someone accidentally spills a beer on your date at a bar.
      Greentext this, please.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You should, ignore seething femcels. Women are repulsed by a lack of experience (nobody will even attempt to refute this), so if you want to be ready when you meet a women you care about you better have some experience under your belt.
    Go for a less attractive girl who's willing to overlook your lack of experience in return for you overlooking her flaws, then you'll be able to upgrade to a non-practice GF in future.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Unironically, yes. It's pretty cruel and you should never speak of it, but there's no better practice for getting a gf/keeping a gf than getting a gf and keeping her - even if she is a "practice" gf.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Instead of a practice gf, why not just find a girl you’d actually marry and court her? Don’t waste other people’s time as well as your own.

    Chances are a “practice gf” would give you bad habits as well since in your head, it’s all temporary and not serious.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yes, but you're not really practicing if your intentions are to dump her. That's just practicing a failing relationship. Try sincerely on someone you sincerely care about, that's how you improve with practice.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I had this situation. I am still with my practice gf and we have been together for 7 years now. I am going to dump her regardless. She helped me a lot with my financials once, when my family was doing a tender contract with Coca Cola and her financial analysis experience was valuable in assessing our production, but other than that I dont love her now do I hate her.

    I dont regret spending so many years with her, I learnt a lot from living with a practice gf. You just need to become sociopath yourself. It is not that hard and in the long run, it will benefit you but at the cost of your soul. Some people dont care about those things anyways. I cope with this by praying to God sometimes and asking for forgiveness. But I understand that I want to still frick as many girls as I can, so I am going to break up for sure.

    P.S: it is hard not to catch feeling with your practice gf when you live for a long period of time together, beware

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    No. Every girl you date should be someone you actually like, otherwise you're wasting your life.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It doesn't work like that my man, all you are getting in is sociopath practice and the second you find someone "worthy" of love they are not going to be able to love you back, because, well, you turned yourself into a sociopath.

    You can't just bury part of your past and expect someone you love to not find out, because it isn't love just an extended acting session on your part because the most important part of love is acceptance; the only person who can accept a sociopath is another sociopath and sociopaths can't actually love, just cohabitate until they can be independent, upgrade, or stop having use of a relationship.

    Just find someone you actually like and if it doesn't work out it doesn't work out and you move on, if it does work it dose and you stay with them.

    >but what if I like them and they leave me and give me a big hurt?
    Thats called growing up and being able to respect your partners wishes. Not that you can't fight for your relationship, but sometimes you are just not the one for them and they need to move on. Sometimes you started dating a sociopath yourself and you got used, and you just have to accept it and move on, maybe learn a few red flags for the next one.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Describe
      >sociopath
      without using
      >le bad
      >le good
      (impossible)

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Why, you don't know how to use Google?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >uses term 6 times in one post
          >refuses to elaborate further
          These are the "people" giving out advice here, ladies and gents.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Not the same anon. I didn't even read your conversation with the other guy. You do seem like a nothingperson though. Next time you ask a stupid question just Google it.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Quote the question in question.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Dude who pretends to have feelings to get what he wants.

        its not fricking rocket science you god damn moron

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          That's literally everyone/anyone since age 2.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I think everyone is an autistic sociopath like me!

            no, no they are not, you fricking moron

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >people at large don't project feelings to get what they want
            What fantasy land are you from? Fricking pets are capable of this.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            There is a difference between

            >I said I love you because I love you and want you to love me

            and

            >I said I love you so you would touch my penis and give me money/gifts/attention

            you pair of autistic morons, who are most likely 13 at most

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            i forgot to add this moron in the replies

            It's not our responsibility you have less than a pop science notion of what sociopathy is and then decided in typical edgy teenager fashion to rule out its usefulness as a concept before even fully knowing what it is.

            I didn't forget about you, unlike your mother

            verification not required

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Fricking pets are capable of this.
            Correct. cats feign distress so you open doors for them.

            Define the term to your satisfaction, else frick off.

            >Define sociopath
            Either:
            Human with habitual inability to be emotionally affected by the suffering of others, and who fails to be satisfied within themselves and thus burdens others
            Or:
            Person who opts to not be affected by the suffering of others, and who finds amusement by infringing on others' boundaries.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            There's more traits than that but those are a few. Also it's a construct so to debate it this way is just semantics.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >to debate it this way is just semantics.
            Correct.
            You're trying to smuggle in the assumption "and therefore ineffective", which does not apply. Engage in effective semantics with me.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Person who opts to not be affected by the suffering of others, and who finds amusement by infringing on others' boundaries.
            Finally. Now we're getting somewhere.
            Hardly any downsides being a SP, from a SP point of view then it seems. As long as they can get away with it...
            How come this Narc denounces them so hard though?

            It doesn't work like that my man, all you are getting in is sociopath practice and the second you find someone "worthy" of love they are not going to be able to love you back, because, well, you turned yourself into a sociopath.

            You can't just bury part of your past and expect someone you love to not find out, because it isn't love just an extended acting session on your part because the most important part of love is acceptance; the only person who can accept a sociopath is another sociopath and sociopaths can't actually love, just cohabitate until they can be independent, upgrade, or stop having use of a relationship.

            Just find someone you actually like and if it doesn't work out it doesn't work out and you move on, if it does work it dose and you stay with them.

            >but what if I like them and they leave me and give me a big hurt?
            Thats called growing up and being able to respect your partners wishes. Not that you can't fight for your relationship, but sometimes you are just not the one for them and they need to move on. Sometimes you started dating a sociopath yourself and you got used, and you just have to accept it and move on, maybe learn a few red flags for the next one.

            Also, if you don't mind answering - is there a way to identify a narc without aggravating them in any way? Preferably in as brief of an interaction as possible. I'm not good at dealing with them it seems, but you've taught me some new tricks so far. Thanks.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >...
            edgy 13 year old confirmed, go home people

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Do you hate SP's?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            homie everyone hate sociopaths because they waste your limited damn time in this world to accomplish very little while also lacking the understanding that the emotions you share between people are some of the most powerful, meaningful, and fulfilling things you can have in life

            how can you not hate that? Its like saying you don't hate a flat worm in your intestine

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >is there a way to identify a narc without aggravating them in any way?
            They telegraph themselves by the way they'll HALLUCINATE what someone else said, in order to dodge points that they don't like.
            >you've taught me some new tricks so far.
            The narcissist's #1 vulnerability is that people won't feed them the validation and worth that they desperately need, and which they are incompetent at generating within themselves.
            The narcissist's #2 vulnerability is that they know they aren't handling the truth and are schizoing out and hallucinating instead of processing what they don't like. They might not consciously admit it, but something within their brain knows they are sick, it just never rises to the level of conscious awareness.
            You need to remember: When a narcissist talks shit about you, they actually are hallucinating. They're not consciously capable or processing that they might be wrong or they might be making an ass of themselves, so they hallucinate up a world which would justify the feelings of asshurt or shame or rage or guilt they may be feeling.
            They actually, honestly believe that you're using words you don't know the meaning of, or that you're acting like a teenager, despite this not being real. They generate whatever hallucination they need to in order to not realise that they're a screwup.

            When you point out that a narcissist cannot get friends, cannot get love, cannot get support, that infringes their #1 insecurity.
            When you point out this is all because they are defective people, and because they'll never be normal enough to actually be part of anyone's lives beyond a temporary illness, That directly infringes their #2.
            And when you shine a light on the obvious truth, it makes them hallucinate so fricking hard that even they notice that something's not right about them. Or at the very least, it telegraphs it to others.

            >How come this Narc denounces them so hard though?
            Because he's right.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >They telegraph themselves by the way they'll HALLUCINATE what someone else said, in order to dodge points that they don't like.
            Damn, that's gonna tough to pull off in a 1v1 situation. It'd be nice to have something like
            >Why hello there Mr. Narc, reply to this phrase and out yourself without getting antagonistic towards me. Hehe.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Pretending to have feelings to get what you want is called being polite and forms the basis of social interaction.
            Unless you honestly inform everyone who asks that you don't honestly care for their issues, you just want videogames and anime breasts, then you engage in the habitual lie that is social interaction.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's not our responsibility you have less than a pop science notion of what sociopathy is and then decided in typical edgy teenager fashion to rule out its usefulness as a concept before even fully knowing what it is.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Define the term to your satisfaction, else frick off.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Actually I don't have to do anything you say, edgyboy. It's not my job to fetch knowledge for your shitty self.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >this is the guy giving "advice"

            She was chubby.

            [...]
            I did her dirty. Ive never talked to her since but I hope she found someone who treats her right.

            how chubby we talking? I'm in a similar situation myself.

            There is a difference between

            >I said I love you because I love you and want you to love me

            and

            >I said I love you so you would touch my penis and give me money/gifts/attention

            you pair of autistic morons, who are most likely 13 at most

            offtopic

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >DEFINE SOSCIAPATH!
            >get told
            >OFFTOPIC!

            also the topic is "should i be a sociopath?" pretty much bro

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            We already established that if a child feigns feelings to manipulate a parent towards a desired outcome that is considered sociopathic by the only anon that actually manned up to provide a definition

            Dude who pretends to have feelings to get what he wants.

            its not fricking rocket science you god damn moron

            You giving a different example adds nothing further to the conversation, in which we establish that Everyone who is capable of feigning their feeling, is a sociopath, because we have all used it at one point or another.
            >B..but I don't like "your definition"
            It isn't mine, first off. And unless you're

            Dude who pretends to have feelings to get what he wants.

            its not fricking rocket science you god damn moron

            - you've not provided one either, so eat a bag of smegma, homosexual. Otherwise, your definition and, by extension, term is meaningless.

            Are you OP? I'm not giving you advice. I also told you your notion of what sociopathy is sounds less informed than a tabloid magazine which could be useful information if you were more capable of self reflection.

            >I'm not giving you advice on /adv/
            Feel free to frick off then, otherwise, do be so kind and explain the meaning of your fricking "advice", else what is even the point of posting it, moron?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            First off, you just replied to me three fricking times, because you are a moron, second, you didn't provide a definition you provided examples of a budding sociopath. Kids don't act like that, at all. Unless their parents only communicate by extremely obvious gaslighting that even a child could see was bullshit, they are just going to ask for exactly what they want and when they don't get it, they throw a tantum because they don't have the tools to cope with denial yet. You have obviously never had or even watched kids. Also lying about something like "I didn't take the candy" is not the same as your kids saying I love you so you give them a chocolate bar. I can't even think of why you would even do that as a parent, you would only either tie love to food or rewards which is literally pants on head moronic parenting.

            which your parents probably did and why you think everyone is that way. Sorry your parents and now you eat giant bags of donkey dicks.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >still uses term, but refuses to define it
            bravo, stupid wanker
            >Kids totally don't throw fake tantrums to evoke empathy from parent in order to get candy, nonono!
            Seriously?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            its not a fake tantum, its a tantrum to get what they want, and if they stop when you give them something else that was not what the tantum was about that is called an acceptable concession to them
            herp da derp da dittaly derp de dumb
            also i have kids, do you?

            once again, what part of the first three posts you quoted being me do you not understand? you literal moron

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Finally! You finally stopped using the term you refuse to define.
            >I'm unable to imagine a fake tantrum
            OK.
            >This proves children are unable to and/or don't try to feign feelings to manipulate their parent for desired response.
            Surely, you can't be this dumb, you're a parent after all.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I didnt say if I have had kids or even interact with kids
            >I think kids are able to understand the nuance of lying about emotions to get what they want

            a childs lie is "I didnt take" or "I didnt know" not "I love you mom can we go to disneyland now?"
            they honestly believe that their love is enough reason to go to disneyland, and when you say know they feel betrayed and shift to "I don't love you naaaaaa" its not about faking feeling.

            Teens might do this with an abusive parent is its them or the foster home, but that is quite the extreme example and that kid has issues already, people don't come like that.

            also still waiting for your definition after you got mine like, what, nearly an hour ago? still waiting btw and not providing one at this point is just intellectually dishonest.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >a childs lie is "I didnt take" or "I didnt know" not "I love you mom can we go to disneyland now?"
            A lack of "I don't give a shit and that's not my problem" is also dishonest.
            You're right that kids don't have goal-driven manipulation, but they do show dishonesty as a way of not getting their ass beat.

            Why do you think I have to prove things to a weird troll who is too hapless to learn anything on his own?

            >Why do you think I have to prove things to a weird troll who is too hapless to learn anything on his own?
            Because you're insecure about the strength of your own opinions and you're trying to dodge responsibility for it by blaming others for not agreeing.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I don't care if you agree. I'm telling you you're a moron.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I'm telling you you're a moron
            Because you're one and you can't handle it.
            Look at all the ideas you've failed to process because you're too busy being mad. Peak moronation.

            You let him wear you down. His thing isn't about learning it's about winning. You made a pretty weak case for why sociopathic traits exist and now he gets to feel right. You should never have engaged this mongo in a level discussion.

            No, that guy's a narcissist. He's the one trying to win, except he doesn't know how to NOT look like a delusional coper.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Define wanker. Oh yOu DoN'T fEeL liKE iT? MUsT NoT BE REAL. It's a term. That is all. Your ignorance about the term is not an excuse for you to pretend to be smart. If you want to know what something is, do research like an adult.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            A term that is about as useful as the term "nazi" is in current year. Good job.

            >I didnt say if I have had kids or even interact with kids
            >I think kids are able to understand the nuance of lying about emotions to get what they want

            a childs lie is "I didnt take" or "I didnt know" not "I love you mom can we go to disneyland now?"
            they honestly believe that their love is enough reason to go to disneyland, and when you say know they feel betrayed and shift to "I don't love you naaaaaa" its not about faking feeling.

            Teens might do this with an abusive parent is its them or the foster home, but that is quite the extreme example and that kid has issues already, people don't come like that.

            also still waiting for your definition after you got mine like, what, nearly an hour ago? still waiting btw and not providing one at this point is just intellectually dishonest.

            >Why don't you define the term I use huehuheuhue?
            I'm not the one using the term to give advice on, I'm demanding clarity in no uncertain terms, which you c**ts are NOT providing.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's a shame you're just smart enough to have a pompous sounding writing style and not an ounce more

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Up to you to prove it then.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Why do you think I have to prove things to a weird troll who is too hapless to learn anything on his own?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Because your opinions are meaningless here.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, I can suggest you research something you want to know about, and you're perfectly allowed to say no and keep being a moron. That's true of most places, not just NSFFW.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            We are having an argument, no a research-a-thon, moron-kun. It did not start out this way, but here we are!

            >pretend to not understand.
            literally just did it again, yet you are too moronic to notice.

            lol

            lmao even

            How's anyone supposed to understand(comprehend) anything you have to say, if you don't explain it on their terms? You're just lecturing, no longer communicating.
            Did you forget where you are posting?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You have no desire to communicate yourself, just be told what you want to hear, this thread is evidence of that.

            Like a child, of which you probably are.

            Pretending to have feelings to get what you want is called being polite and forms the basis of social interaction.
            Unless you honestly inform everyone who asks that you don't honestly care for their issues, you just want videogames and anime breasts, then you engage in the habitual lie that is social interaction.

            being polite and not screaming at everyone you don't care about them because they don't have anime breasts are two completely different things. People are polite so that society can move forward because being a grating twat makes everything take longer. Keeping your dumbass opinions and interests to yourself so you don't waste everyone's time is polite.

            >also the topic is "should i be a sociopath?" pretty much bro
            Conscious/willful sociopath yes if you don't have strong friendships, otherwise no.
            Impulsive/cope sociopath always no.

            [...]
            >Kids don't [feign feelings for productive outcomes]
            What, every kid you know outright tells mom and dad that their worries aren't the child's problem and that it'd be preferable for the adult to provide food or playtime, but not demands or intrusions?
            Be based if that were the case but no, it's not.

            Your first reply doesn't even make sense

            Your second reply also make no sense

            You are just saying big words to make yourself feel better and don't understand the meaning behind them.

            >a childs lie is "I didnt take" or "I didnt know" not "I love you mom can we go to disneyland now?"
            A lack of "I don't give a shit and that's not my problem" is also dishonest.
            You're right that kids don't have goal-driven manipulation, but they do show dishonesty as a way of not getting their ass beat.

            [...]
            >Why do you think I have to prove things to a weird troll who is too hapless to learn anything on his own?
            Because you're insecure about the strength of your own opinions and you're trying to dodge responsibility for it by blaming others for not agreeing.

            >I have the reading comprehension of a child

            Lying=/=sociopath
            Lying about your emotions to get what you want is.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You let him wear you down. His thing isn't about learning it's about winning. You made a pretty weak case for why sociopathic traits exist and now he gets to feel right. You should never have engaged this mongo in a level discussion.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Dude is literally just a 13 year old kid with a thesaurus on his first edgy phase.

            I'm honestly just engaging him on his level

            >Gets your point refuted (children do not feign emotions)
            >Try to pivot to a different point (politeness is useful)
            Narcissism.
            >Claiming a reply makes no sense when it very much does
            Delusional narcissism, failure to process ideas which go against your agenda.
            >You are just saying big words to make yourself feel better and don't understand the meaning behind them.
            The meaning of the words was explicitly defined. You didn't disagree with the definition, you didn't even imply my definition was false. You implied I was unaware of something... that I stated.
            Delusional. You do not like having your problems defined, so you're hallucinating up ways to make me the problem.
            You are the problem.
            Your job was to consider my ideas and be grateful. That is polite social interaction.
            You failed at your job. Remove yourself from society.

            Also you're a narcissist, not a sociopath. Sociopaths are aware and uncaring, you're delusional and obsessive about defending an insecure self image.

            >hear something you don't like
            >NARRISICIT!
            omg you could literally not be more of a 13 year old right now if you tried

            lmao

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Please go back to plebbit.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >omg you could literally not be more of a 13 year old right now if you tried
            Does it kill you to know that you couldn't make friends if you tried?
            You couldn't get people to agree with you and support you if your life depended on it?
            And that the reason people turn on you is because you're defective at being a real human being?
            You wish I was the inferior enemy. The only person inferior here is you.
            This is what you're like inside. Miserable, weak, and with nobody who truly loves you.
            You're so desperate to lash out because you can't contain all the hurt inside you. But that's too bad, because the one who put the hurt there is yourself.
            You are a narcissist. You will die as the outcast you are.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I married, have 2 children (had to rock on back to sleep, sorry for taking so long to come back and make fun of you), been the best man at not one but two different weddings, when I lash out like a child my friends/wife forgive me just like I forgive them because we are all human. Hell I assume my friends don't like me but they will come thought for me without even asking. Frick I got a free vacation to California because I was a broke neet and my friend who moved out there wanted to see me so everyone who went chipped in for me. Iv been giving places to crash when I didn't have a place to go indefinity and still have an invitation to return again if I need to.

            I love and am also loved, it is great.

            You got some nice projection there tho bub :^)

            Please go back to plebbit.

            Tell me you got here post 2012-14 without telling me you got here post 2012-14.

            I can't remember when the re*dit spacing meme started but I was there. Post ironic newbie cancer 4lyfe homie.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Gets your point refuted (children do not feign emotions)
            >Try to pivot to a different point (politeness is useful)
            Narcissism.
            >Claiming a reply makes no sense when it very much does
            Delusional narcissism, failure to process ideas which go against your agenda.
            >You are just saying big words to make yourself feel better and don't understand the meaning behind them.
            The meaning of the words was explicitly defined. You didn't disagree with the definition, you didn't even imply my definition was false. You implied I was unaware of something... that I stated.
            Delusional. You do not like having your problems defined, so you're hallucinating up ways to make me the problem.
            You are the problem.
            Your job was to consider my ideas and be grateful. That is polite social interaction.
            You failed at your job. Remove yourself from society.

            Also you're a narcissist, not a sociopath. Sociopaths are aware and uncaring, you're delusional and obsessive about defending an insecure self image.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >sociopaths are aware and uncaring
            Those are schizoids

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            No, you are acting like a child and refusing to hear anything but what you want to hear.

            Its literally sticking fingers in your ears going "lalalala" tier argument. You came here because you wanted everyone here to tell you "Ya, be a big piece of shit for your own self-interests" and everyone here is saying "the world doesn't work like that, you are only making things harder for yourself in the long run while also being inconsiderate of other people's emotions." and now you refuse to acnolge what you have been told.

            Also that is what my kid dose when I tell him something he doesn't want to hear, I am very familiar with this tactic.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >My kid doesn't listen to me neither
            ok??

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >pretend to not understand.
            literally just did it again, yet you are too moronic to notice.

            lol

            lmao even

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >also the topic is "should i be a sociopath?" pretty much bro
            Conscious/willful sociopath yes if you don't have strong friendships, otherwise no.
            Impulsive/cope sociopath always no.

            First off, you just replied to me three fricking times, because you are a moron, second, you didn't provide a definition you provided examples of a budding sociopath. Kids don't act like that, at all. Unless their parents only communicate by extremely obvious gaslighting that even a child could see was bullshit, they are just going to ask for exactly what they want and when they don't get it, they throw a tantum because they don't have the tools to cope with denial yet. You have obviously never had or even watched kids. Also lying about something like "I didn't take the candy" is not the same as your kids saying I love you so you give them a chocolate bar. I can't even think of why you would even do that as a parent, you would only either tie love to food or rewards which is literally pants on head moronic parenting.

            which your parents probably did and why you think everyone is that way. Sorry your parents and now you eat giant bags of donkey dicks.

            >Kids don't [feign feelings for productive outcomes]
            What, every kid you know outright tells mom and dad that their worries aren't the child's problem and that it'd be preferable for the adult to provide food or playtime, but not demands or intrusions?
            Be based if that were the case but no, it's not.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Are you OP? I'm not giving you advice. I also told you your notion of what sociopathy is sounds less informed than a tabloid magazine which could be useful information if you were more capable of self reflection.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sociopathy is a human mental construct and you probably have a few of the traits if you're asking this.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    No. But your first relationships most likely are going to fail anyway. You try to build relationships, check if it works and find somebody else if it doesn't.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Oh wait it's just an anon stepping in for an anon to say more nothing.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have no idea why you don't just learn with an actual gf.
    Which mental illness is this? They aren't like nunchucks where you can hit yourself or stock investment where you can lose something.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Actually wait, there's a narcissist here?
    Aight, got that dawg in me awoken, let's rock.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Relationships don't get better the more of them you have. In fact the opposite is true. The first one has more chance of being special & lasting than any subsequent one.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      True.

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Wait I don't even know which is which now.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Wait I don't even know which is which now.
      I joined recently to see if I can be a thorn in the side of a narcissist.

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    A girl tells you that she's had practice boyfriends...

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Cry those b***h tears, motherfricker.
    If you wanna fantasise about pain so much, cut yourself so you can know how it'll feel.
    Surely you'll get off your ass and actually do something IRL one day. Best to get the practice in now.

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