Sometimes I'm so lonely that I hit up recruitersFeb 10
It feels nice to talk to someone who pretends to care about you. Even better if it's a girl.
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- Maybe get a dog? They keep you pretty busy and force you to go outside since you need to stay active for it to be healthy. Ever since I've gotten a dog I've met a ton of people that live near me (that also have dogs) that I wouldn't have met other wise. They just happen to be around the path where I walk my dog daily. You also end up meeting more people at the dog park, hiking, the beach, dog training, etc. pretty much anywhere you can take the dog. Most dog owners (not all) are typically friendly and carry a good conversation. I've made many new friends just because our dogs got along and we would go on playdates to wear our pups out.
- Google solarSorry you’re feeling lonely, OP. Have you tried not trying to “talk” to people?
I never understand the need to talk to people, though. Seriously, I have maybe 0, 1 or 2 friends, depending on your definition - rarely talk to them. After work, I work on my hobbies, read books, go to the gym or travel - all solo. Still excited to wake up every morning and excited about my job. Is it possible that being anti-social might just be the cure for loneliness?
- When I’ve had some real shit days or felt lonely, “the nicest place on the internet” cheered me up. Videos of strangers going up to the camera to “give a hug.” Warmed my heart. Too bad the site is gone now but thankfully a YouTube channel popped up in its place: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheNicestPlace
- I have had some pretty hot recruiters. Some of them I stalked on social media and saw some pretty slutty pics.
My recruiter at Amazon had the hottest voice I thought she would be super hot when I met her. Nope.... solid 3/10
- Amen. As a female, I get 2-3 recruiter emails everyday and almost all of them go to step 2. Haven't had a second date in forever. And to get to the first one, the emotional investment is just tiring.