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How do you stay NEET when you have to live on your own, buy own groceries, rent, taxes etc?
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I don't go outside
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Mom's pension dumbass
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>>1218
>Mom's pension dumbass
Not everyone has that luxury retard
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that room actually looks pretty comfy
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Only if there was a mattress instead of cloth
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I've never bought groceries delivery, but I'd want to know if it's not bad, because it would save me the whole ordeal going out for groceries. I have to always buy myself a treat, but it's too expensive if I didn't have to use it like a reward. I wish I'd finally just get myself to buy a groceries delivery to try it.
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>>1215 (OP)
one way is to save up money. in some parts of the world you don't have to pay taxes when you aren't receiving income, so I'm sorry that you life in a shithole. groceries can be cut down to about $20 a week on pure survival stuff, but let's say that's $30 just for argument's sake, a good small place will prolly have around $600 a month rent, and then utilities let's say is $250 a month, giving us $940 a month expenses - let's just round up to $1000 a month for unexpected other expenses or fun expenses. Now, at a minimum wage sort of level you're only just going to be covering that, but if you get an alright job, say an average programming job, saving up for this becomes doable. at an average programming job you'll earn 50k a year, in which our expenses make just a 12k dent, so all in all if you keep saving and not spending more than you would as a NEET, you save up 3 years and a bit of NEETdom for every year of work. So in less than 7 years you can save enough to live as a NEET for the next 20 years, and stick it out for a decade and you'll have 30 years saved up NEETcash. it sucks, and it's hard, but you will get 3 times as much peace, tranquility and happiness out of it than hardship. Obviously whether to do this or not is your choice, I think the only truly viable other options are welfare(nice if you can get it, but I can't), inheritance, accommodating parents - and homelessness.
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>>1243
I know a guy who used to be a maths professor. Used his maths skill to build a really good algo for stock market trading, to the point he was almost earning enough as you will earn if u do a job. Dude is neet ofc. Enjoying life
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>>1244
That's like someone who day trades but much better.
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>>1245
Kinda yeah but it's a bot, so dude doesn't need to do shit
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>>1250
I've heard whisperings of people that have an automated script for whatever that nets them hundreds of dollars automatically. Enough to scrape by for the month with some other things covered.
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autismbux and gobermint subsidized housing
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>>1215 (OP)
>photo of satoru iwata
>playing pikmin
very comfy
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>>1263
Who's satoru
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>>1265
ur uncle

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