>act like life has any meaning
>act like social norms have any kind of importance for you as an individual
Instead of wallowing in self-pity, you guys could just say 'fuck it', and start doing things for yourselves. Learn, work-out, any productive activity that brings you any sort of feeling of achievement. People find you ugly? Tough luck. You act like a beta cuck? Cruel. These are just fucking excuses.
Afterwards, people might appreciate you for what you do, and when a person talks to you, they'll have more to talk than fucking video-games&whatnot.
Remember, robots - pohuism is the way. Maybe this way you'll make friends afterall.
Because being manchild apparently does not make you too satisfied. At least doing something will make you forget about your condition
It's not movie magic. Why should you find a purpose? ;) Propose something better you lil fag.
>Learn, work-out, any productive activity that brings you any sort of feeling of achievement
what do you do if you don't feel that? Is this a normie thing or something, I've never felt pride when I accomplished some self-improvement task
I agree. Doing something makes you forget about how you feel. Learning works for me. I feel down? I start learning something interesting. Plus, if you enjoy the company of yourself, you're on your way to autocracy.
Then you can do them to forget about youself. I don't feel good about making myself better (I already know that I'm a shit person). For me, playing games is sort-of limited, you can try other things too.
If you want a long-term advice, I recommend the writings of Nietzsche and M. Foucault. Start with the early, depressing work of Nietzsche, when he was a robot too. He then found a sort of solution (the will to power) - he never applied it to himself, but I did. It's not perfect, and I suppose it varies from person to person. Nietzsche usually has this effect on me - I always feel understood, and I get a sort of motivation.
I never got the whole will-to-power thing. I don't want power. I don't want to command others, I hate being in leadership positions. I don't get innate satisfaction from being the "best" person I'm able to be, for some value of best. (physical prowess for the /fit/ crowd, or intelligence, or whatever)
Now I freely admit that I'm only vaguely familiar with Nietzsche, and that talking to his devotees on a Laotian bicycling forum isn't the best education on the matter. But whenever I've done so, the thing that they've never given me a satisfying answer for is what if you don't feel the desire for the things Nietzsche says should be your goals?