>heated and interesting discussion going on
>post long, well thought comment
>not even a single (You)
>write out all my feels
>only get a single response
>some normie just telling me to go out and see the world
>tell him it's not that easy
>"LET ME TELL YOU WHAT YOU DON'T WANT TO HEAR: LIFE'S HARD"
>none of this shit even relates to my problems
Why do normies feel the need to give stupid fucking advice?
why do robots feel the need to complain about easily fixable things.
you weren't born in a third world country, you don't get to be sad
>inb4 alboobloo bloo my life is difficult!!!
typically people reply because they are trying to address issues in their own lives. by giving you that solution they might be trying to convince themselves that going out and getting new experiences is the way to solve their own problems. they may also be venting frustration because they either empathize with your situation or find that your post reminds them of someone they once had a problem with, and they try to work out that old issue by responding to you as if you were a proxy of that person.
All of this tends to be subconscious.