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Velteau

Depressed, unemployed and maidenless, but managing.


ALLY_BREELSEN

Everything is fine, and you?


Different_Prune646

broken, but alive


7evid

Often feel like a bi-polar basket case. Generally don't want to socialize. Burnt out by the notion of any obligation whatsoever.


MrBritishCheesecake

Bored


ohohmememan123

Good


Biosid

A depressed boring weeb gaming all day and studying computer science


dragon_barf_junction

somewhere between meh and bleh, i'm really not sure


ScottishShockwave

Could be better, but can't complain.


Bigglez1995

Not good but there are plenty of people who have it worse


SpcMaverick

I'm well. How are you?


Ragnarblackmane88

Well I live in London, so the news kinda sucks right now


Lord_Frenchfries

No offense and just out of curiosity but who cares if the queen died, its not like she was some movie star who we used to watch a lot?


coldman66

sad nonexistent dreadful


Blunderz_

No friends, no bitches, yet doing pretty ok. About to start a new chapter in my life so I’m excited


ItSAgaInStthEruLeS1

Nothing that would make me say "finally my life is worth living", no relationship, 2 friends that I talk daily with but are far away so we rarely, once a year maybe, see eachother, going to gym alone, studying a subject im starting to regret I chose (law student) I'm invisible from a social point of view and probably gonna die alone. Thanks for asking tho


tiny_pickle9001

I like the interview between Norah Vincent and [NPR](https://www.npr.org/transcripts/5171860). Vincent dressed up as a man, is a butch lesbian. She experienced what it was like being a man and felt the loneliness: **CONAN**: And the only emotion that they're left with, you conclude, is anger. **Ms. VINCENT**: Yeah, I think **anger** is one of the **very few things emotionally** that **men** are still **allowed to show**. And again, of course, there is the sensitive new age guy. It's not every guy. But I think, I was struck across the board by how, still, in 2006, people, men are still having so much trouble. It's as if their emotional vocabulary has been denied them for so long, that then they don't have it anymore. So they **don't know how to express**, you know, that one of the bowler's wife was dying of cancer. And to listen to him tell it, he probably told us in maybe 20 words.