Digital nomads why?

>just move every 2-3 months bro
>just sacrifice any hopes of establishing friendships, relationships, or any kind of a social life
>just live in shitty temporary airbnb apartments because you're not eligible for proper housing without a resident visa
>just constantly risk being denied entry to a country you want to go to
that doesn't seem very fun tbqh.
why the fuck do people do it?

  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fuck off. I would kill to live in Thailand and just try every hotel while creampeing hookers. You’re just a spiritually impoverished animal, so you wouldn’t understand. Stay in your hovel

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      its cheap if you do it right and your QoL is bonkers compared to hunkering down in the states for the same duration. i was never one for making friends anyways. i'm on sighsee after all.

      The one girl I know into this lifestyle enjoys getting BLACKED hard and her main hobby seems to be pole dancing
      She has a top 10 university education

      >just sacrifice any hopes of establishing friendships, relationships, or any kind of a social life
      hahahahaha

      so it's a lifestyle for friendless coomer degenerates?

      sounds fun

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        i'm not a coomer nor a degenerate. i just like being by myself. there's a freedom in only having a duffel bag and carry on. i don't like having "stuff" i don't like the whole "get a mortgage and a wife and a car" schtick that gets peddled nowadays. i tried that and it made me miserable.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          How many friends do you have ?

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            I got a a few navy buddies I keep in touch with and visit once or twice a year when I’m in their town. That military lifestyle of living out of a seabag suited me quite well and what gave me the idea to be a DN in the first place. When I got out and tried to live that “normal” civilian life all it did was make me feel like I had a boat anchor around my neck.

            I’ve made plenty of relationships while I’ve traveled that I consider acquaintances more than friendships just because I have pretty high standard for people I consider actual friends.

            People just exhaust me, it takes energy to interact with people. Like flexing a muscle. I can do it well enough but after a while I need to recharge. Having peace trumps the loneliness the majority of the time. Don’t even get me started on women.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >why the fuck do people do it?
        Because you're looking at it in a very surface level aspect.

        Digital Nomading isn't for everyone some people just will not get it or handle it as well. For me it's about seeing things, places, and people I wanted to see anyways but just going to be working around that. I'm not looking to get rich quick because I could just move to a lower cost of living area and want to enjoy seeing the world while I have youth.

        Coomers are probably the least likely to maintain a digital nomad life style as they mostly lack self control to keep doing their jobs.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I would kill to live in Thailand and just try every hotel while creampeing hookers. You’re just a spiritually impoverished animal

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >alone fucking hookers
      >spiritually enlightened

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Let me guess, you idea of "family bonding time" means sitting around eating dinner in front of a television screen, while the talking heads tell you what to think and what to be angry at.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >alone
        >having sex with someone else
        how?

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Good goy. Just keep wage slaving for mr goldberg and let us travelchads cream all the sluts.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          At least I'll have peace of mind not dealing with ill-minded people (women) who uses you because of you having money and having the risk of catching an STD. Something tells me you don't even travel at all.

  2. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    its cheap if you do it right and your QoL is bonkers compared to hunkering down in the states for the same duration. i was never one for making friends anyways. i'm on sighsee after all.

  3. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    also
    >shitty temporary airbnb apartments

    lol no. compared to what i get back in the US, i'm living in luxury. skill issue if you aren't able to get baller accommodation for multi month stays.

  4. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >>just constantly risk being denied entry to a country you want to go to

    I know OP is bait but I don't get this

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Me neither I mean do anyone really get denied anywhere ever I mean wth...

  5. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    The one girl I know into this lifestyle enjoys getting BLACKED hard and her main hobby seems to be pole dancing
    She has a top 10 university education

  6. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >why the fuck do people do it?
    pay no tax, novelty.

  7. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >just sacrifice any hopes of establishing friendships, relationships, or any kind of a social life
    hahahahaha

  8. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I just dont get it
    >have to wake up to work odd hours
    >can't go out to drink or coom inside some hot locals
    >have to book expensive hotel rooms so your shit isn't stolen
    >end up working in a hotel room
    seems mega cucked to me

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >have to wake up to work odd hours
      ehh, not really. just the odd meeting or two. most my work is done offline. and depending where you're at the time difference isn't all that weird. in spain nobody goes out to eat till 9 or 10 anyways. if your in LATAM the time diff is negligible.

      >can't go out to drink or coom inside some hot locals

      why not?

      >have to book expensive hotel rooms so your shit isn't stolen

      not really, you just get an apartment in a nice part of town that has a door man or puts you on the second or third floor. finding accommodation is a skill issue.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        LATAM is really expensive when compared to good spots like SEA, also LATAM is pretty dangerous.
        >why not?
        you're a wage slave
        >finding accommodation is a skill issue.
        Says the person spending a few hundred quid on an apartment vs a cheap hostel to lay at.

        Americans are so silly

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          i put in 30 hours a week, max.

          let me put it into perspective for you. a decent apartment in the US in some non-bumfuck shithole city is going to run me $2k a month with all the utilities. a combo meal at Burger King is $12. The women here, as you know, are mostly obese. So I can stay here and deal with that OR I can declare residency in a no income tax state that immediately saves me hundreds of dollars a month and then go to someplace like SEA/LATAM (shit even Japan is good because the yen is in the toilet) and get a luxury condo for less than $1000 and not even bother buying groceries because eating out is so cheap. Not to mention the women are prettier, thinner, and nicer than %99 of the women in the US.

          It's not a hard call to make.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          >LATAM is really expensive
          Wtf? No it isn't.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            I just looked places want upwards of 50 dollars for a hotel or stay, compared to taking holiday in SEA that's robbery.

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              once again, skill issue. Hotel's are for tourists that are going to be there for 2 weeks and book all their accommodation in advance. you get a short term furnished rental from a local website or you get an AirBnB for a few days and then negotiate with the host off-app for a discount for an extended stay.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      This whole post is a skill issue tbqh.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        YOu sound like a burger

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Most retarded post on sighsee
      > get a seat in coworking
      > rent an apartment since you are staying long term
      > don't work retarded hours
      > hang out with the people from your office after work and on the weekends
      > coom in the endless stream of local women
      it's a simple as fuck life, you lack the mental ability to do basic lifeskills shit

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        are the coworking people usually fun?

        it's pretty expensive to join these things, not sure if it's worth it

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          I pay $75 USD a month for a desk and 24hr access

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          No

  9. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because most friendships are superficial. Very few people will really help you when you need it most, and these are mostly family and childhood friends. I made friends on a regular basis as a backpacker, especially because we lived under the same roof and shared pretty much all the facilities, meaning to also spend plenty of time together. There are various people I spent a couple of days with and would consider better friends than colleagues I spent 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for months with. And the biggest difference is that I would have to earn more money at home to cover my living costs, resulting in a full time job with little time and energy for friendships

  10. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    A lot of people do it to make people back home stuck in manual jobs seethe. some kind of GPS coordinate mogging.

    ultimately you still have to work eight hours a day and no matter where you do it that will involve some suckage. why not overseas, at least for a while? but practical issues like getting a non pozzed apartment aren't that hard to solve. other issues like visas are more about being organised rather than anything else

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >you still have to work eight hours a day
      Depends on your work.
      There are many full-time jobs that can be done in way less than eight hours of work, especially if you don't get distracted by coworkers and bosses.
      >that will involve some suckage
      Absolutely, being in a new places distracts you from a lot of it though..

  11. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I did it because I wasn’t satisfied anywhere and I mistakenly confused dissatisfaction with what I was doing with dissatisfaction with where I was. That turned out to be a a major error, but it happened nonetheless.

  12. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    There are very few people who are truly digital nomads

  13. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is it possible to have an address in the US and just not live there? The address would be just for tax reasons and my employer, but work remotely in Thailand? My employer would never know, and neither would the government probably. You'd make way more money and not have to worry about getting double taxed in Thailand.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Easy, just set up a PO Box at your local post office

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      yes

      this is the company i use

      https://escapees.com/join/

      it caters to boomer RV retirees but they'll set you up with a legit physical address. thing is, to declare residency you also need (should) to get a drivers license and register to vote. there are other similar services out there and they'll scan your mail and send it to you. the IRS doesn't give a shit about state income tax, the revenue department of whatever state you might live would, meaning, don't work from California or New York or anywhere that has an aggressive revenue department.

      Easy, just set up a PO Box at your local post office

      you can't declare residency with just a PO box in most states.

  14. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would do it in a heartbeat since I work remote, but the only thing holding me back is the latency introduced when working outside the US. I already connect to a corporate VPN and it's dogshit slow. Couldn't imagine doing that while introducing even more hops.

  15. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're missing the point

    >want to see new places but spend enough time to immerse in the culture and not a three day vacation like everyone else
    >you can change your acenery whenever you want, go ocean to forest to desert to big city to quiet countryside
    >you can work tax free and the cost of living is much cheaper while your salary is the same
    >you don't have to worry about landlords kicking you out or raising rents or the value of your property, any sort of maintaince
    >you won't collect a ton of useless junk and clutter your living space
    >you live a life everyone wishes they had
    >you can be your own boss and work on your time, stress free
    >relationships fall apart, friendships end, families are toxic anyway, now you have potential to always meet new people and see who is serious enough to stay with you living ambitiously and isn't a broke bitter loser
    >every country will let you in for first world visa free, if you want to stay longer you have several options or you can see another country and come back
    >set up a home base and you won't need local accounts

    It only becomes lonely and tiresome if you let it, those issues can happen when you stay in one place too

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >relationships fall apart, friendships end, families are toxic anyway
      This is absurdly cynical and only applies to people with terrible relationships. What about people with living families?

      >just move every 2-3 months bro
      >just sacrifice any hopes of establishing friendships, relationships, or any kind of a social life
      >just live in shitty temporary airbnb apartments because you're not eligible for proper housing without a resident visa
      >just constantly risk being denied entry to a country you want to go to
      that doesn't seem very fun tbqh.
      why the fuck do people do it?

      I assume it’s for younger people in their traveling era of life.

  16. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Alright fucktards, help me out here.

    >early 30s
    >spent last 10 years working my ass off on a failing business I started myself
    >no work experience outside of managing my own company with a dozen staff
    >no degree
    >proficiency in marketing, social media, copywriting, photo/video work, sales funnels and advertising
    >basic bitch knowledge of html, css and javascript and working with site builders like shopify/woocommerce
    >first world passport living in third world country

    How the fuck would I pivot into making money online? Do I just build a dozen React projects for a portfolio and look for freelance frontend jobs on some cesspit like Upwork? Or do I go and get an actual degree in IT/CS in some random SEA country and look for an office job? Any way I can use my entrepreneurial experience as leverage?

    Plz help I'm tired of providing jobs for other people and just want one for myself now.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Have you tried applying for a (junior) position at any full remote company?
      For example Scandiweb is hiring fully remote junior positions from coders to project managers.
      The initial pay will be shitty but manageable for third world standards and you can use it as a springboard for positions inside or outside the company.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Scandiweb
        400-700 a month, man that pay is absolute shit. I make 3k a month working as a tier 1 support, but I would take it for 6 months at the same time I guess.

        Any other companies like that?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >do I go and get an actual degree in IT/CS in some random SEA country
      Don't do that, if you want a degree without being stuck in the US to get it you should do WGU or another fully online program that is US accredited

      yes

      this is the company i use

      https://escapees.com/join/

      it caters to boomer RV retirees but they'll set you up with a legit physical address. thing is, to declare residency you also need (should) to get a drivers license and register to vote. there are other similar services out there and they'll scan your mail and send it to you. the IRS doesn't give a shit about state income tax, the revenue department of whatever state you might live would, meaning, don't work from California or New York or anywhere that has an aggressive revenue department.

      [...]
      you can't declare residency with just a PO box in most states.

      This. I use the same company and recommend them, got my drivers license and everything.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      what industry was your business in?
      if you want a sales/marketing position post discord/tg/kik my friend employs a lot of sales people that were ex entrepreneurs, almost all americans that are immigrants somewhere else

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Any way to leverage my entrepreneurial experience
      Only about 100. This is incredibly valuable. From the brief description I guess you did some kind of content/marketing business so why not offer that as a freelance service? Managing people and running teams is hard, so offer to startups that you'll go in, recruit, and get them a little marketing team going and run it part time for 6 months until you recruit a full time lead to replace you. Lots of demand for that.

  17. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been digital nomading for three years now. I'm honestly getting tired of visa runs every 2 months. I'll be looking at staying somewhere for 6 months.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Curious of how you earn a living... I'm an IT bro, US based looking to get out and do some exploring.

  18. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    thats because the reality you created in your head is fake
    making friends as an "expat" is easy as fuck. 1 fb post and i have 20 people hitting me up wanting to hangout. everyone, me included, gets boring the more you get to know them, so bouncing around and getting "the best of people" in the first few interractions before moving on, is really fun and good experience, you learn a lot
    logn term friendships are great but theyre based on shared goals, of which at the moment i have none, so i can't keep any friendships like that. my only shared goal atm would be doing what im doing, but ive never met anyone that wants to go where i want to go
    americans in particular think that everything in america is the best it can be. this is true in some cases, like medical is sick if you can afford the best, consumerism is top-tier, but the women.. holy fuck american women are literally the downfall of the empire. they are hideous, physically, mentally, spiritually, completely lost. so just that alone makes "expatting" around fun as fuck

  19. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Look, I make $1400 a month online. I would be worse off than a burger flipper in the states. In south east Asia I feel like a gigachad. t. 7 years accross SEA

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      What do you do?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      What do you do?! Please don’t say e commerce, coding, or drop shipping. Please just say some data entry job you found off indeed PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE

      >I would kill to live in Thailand and just try every hotel while creampeing hookers. You’re just a spiritually impoverished animal

      >alone fucking hookers
      >spiritually enlightened

      Imagine two people posting the same ratshit

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        None of those three or teaching

  20. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I want to do 6 months in poortugal 6 months elsewhere so I can get a eu visa, but that would mean comitting international tax evasion

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      > that would mean comitting international tax evasion
      based

  21. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    There is no rule that says you have to move every few months, or not maintain relationships.

    Don't make shit up just because you are fucking retarded and can't imagine how to maintain a balanced lifestyle while living overseas.

  22. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >just sacrifice any hopes of establishing friendships, relationships, or any kind of a social life
    I've lived in the same place for years now and I still have no social life

    When I travel, I actually make friends. Although its a brief relationship, its better than nothing.

  23. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    so some dude on sighsee told me he took a coding bootcamp and had a job in mere months. Is he fucking with me? It can't be that easy.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's not that easy now. The last two years were the easiest time to get hired in a cushy remote SWE job in the only country that pays devs good money (America) in decades.

      Now, not only is theres recession, but the amount of people that did nothing remote makes companies loathe to so easily give out full remote jobs.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Also worth mentioning that you're also now competing with ex-FAANG fags since the waves of layoffs keep coming

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Most FAANGmorons fired were HR woman and other mostly useless jobs only the bad programmers got fired

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, but their resumes *look* good.

  24. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hypothetically I decide to go to Argentina for 6 months and work remotely. However, I don't know anybody in Argentina, not even a remote connection.
    How would I manage to make friends, socialize and get laid. Asking because I'm close to landing a job like that which will pay extremely good money for Argentina standards. Also considering other South American countries like Brazil and laid-back Euro countries like Spain and Portugal.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Do you speak Spanish at all?

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nope, not a bit. Neither do I speak Portuguese

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Would strongly recommend learning Spanish, man. Feel like you probably already knew that but your life will be exponentially easier even with elementary knowledge of the language, especially with an extended stay like 6 months.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Will do my best to learn Spanish if things work out with the job. What's the coom situation like though? Should I just go sit at a bar and wait for women to approach or go talk to them myself?
            Essentially, is it considered socially acceptable in Med culture to strike up conversation with women that are strangers?

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              If you aren’t super forward as a guy in LATAM women think you’re gay

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                Wow that is awesome. Women here would just think that you're a creep and probably call the cops on you

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Should I just go sit at a bar and wait for women to approach
              Does this happen to you now? You probably won't look noticeably foreign in Argentina if that's what you're counting on. Argentinian girls are friendly and easy to talk to, but most don't know any more English than you know Spanish.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                It does happen but not very frequently:(. However, I'm also now considering Spain as my main destination because I found out that they have a very convenient digital nomad visa.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                Probably better imo. Think you'll have a better time in Barcelona.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                Isn’t this where all the commies and gypsy pickpockets are? Won’t they be smug if you try to speak Spanish and not their autistic Catalán? I heard Madrid was better, is that true?

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Barcelona
                I won't go back there. Too many temptations and dregs. It's not just the gypsies, the locals will blatantly try to steal your ring off your finger or your watch as you walk by. I like Canary Islands. If you can find a place in Canaria away from the obese tourists on mobility scooters, it's the choicest place to be in the winter months for excellent weather.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      I lived in Buenos Aires and there was like a meetuo for people to practice their english. I also made a lot of young friends SIMPLY MOVING INTO A ROOM WITHIN A "STUDENTS RESIDENCE". A bunch of kids in rooms in a huge house. Very messy but very fun. Argentinians are assholes and at the same time theyre really cool and easy to make friends with, they love migrants (Im a venezuelan but not a moron) so youll have a great time.

  25. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    studying hard so I can into teleradiology and live like a saudi prince in some thirdoid cunt
    wish me luck bros

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      it may pay well but absolute hell, they have software where you have to review charts every 8-30 seconds for hours a day

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >sitting in a dark room doing repetitive menial tasks for 12 hours a day
        I do this anyways

  26. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    The idea is nice for someone who:

    1. Has no friends or much family ties.

    2. No relationship.

    3. Live in a city basically full of morons and trannies, so basically any western dump at this point, and you need a change of scenery.

    4. Tired of getting taxed/hustled by gnomish inflation and paying thousands a month for a run down apartment while you can spend the same abroad and live like a well off person.

    5. Not wanting to buy an overpriced house in a city that is being overrun by refugees, morons and chuds because it's basically guaranteed that no one will pay you 1.5m plus for a house with morons/gang members/drug addicts for neighbors.

  27. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Motherfuckers really do get salty when I tell them I’m a digital nomad. Pro tip: keep that shit to yourself.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      They hate us cuz they aint us

  28. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I leave every 3 months. I can get residency where my base apartment is located but I don't want to be here longer than 3 months. I just got back from 3 months in Spain, everyday was like springtime. Here, it was below -10c some days. I've never had any trouble exiting or enter any country, even when I've overstayed by a few days. I date other travelers and locals when I travel, but never residents in my base town. I don't shit where I eat. Friendships are so fucking overrated - you're just basically hanging out with some guy until he can find a weakness to fuck over. I don't talk to guys when I travel - too many of them are half-fags or just desperately lonely, and will hit you up for cash.

  29. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm looking forward to 30 years from now when all the nomads who didn't bother getting pensions are fucked and any government-provided pensions aren't worth shit because that's the way things are going in the West.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Pensions aren't really a thing in the US, outside of the military

      Why not own a small home in a flyover state and just go back and forth every 3 months

      Why? If you're just trying to do visa runs, there are easier ways to accomplish that.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        The house could be a decent small investment, though buying a house right now is probably a shit idea considering the market

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          > buying a house right now is probably a shit idea considering the market
          If you're market timing your home purchase you're doing it wrong, that shit is for speculators and scumbags who chain buy 5 houses on leverage expecting to declare bankruptcy if the house of cards collapses before they can cash in

          While we're at it, "investing" and "day trading" are different things, you're welcome

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Pensions aren't really a thing in the US

        Are you telling me private and company pensions aren't a thing in the US?

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          There are 401k's, but that's it. Pensions had been declining since the 80's for many reasons, but ever since the 2000's there are basically no companies offering pensions.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Wow I had no idea, the future is going to be mental.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Only the government and the railroads offer pensions

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Pensions are bankrupt anyway. Nobody under 40 is going to see it.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      I personally look forward to the pension pyramid scheme collapsing and people having to rely on their own savings again.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        I wonder how many nomads will accumulate adequate savings before their 50s or 60s.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          As long as they have real jobs and aren't just producing various forms of spam to grind out 1k/month, then probably more than the people back home getting buttfucked by US prices.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Imagine waiting to live your life until 70.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          I nomad BECAUSE it saves me money

          >save %10-14 right off the bat because I declare residency in a no income tax state

          >travel only to places like SEA, LATAM, or Eastern Europe where the dollar reigns supreme

          I’m banking more than I ever did in the states AND I’m living like a king.

          I don’t know how they afford it. I planned to quit my job and travel for a year or two after saving about $30k, but AirBnBs are $3k per month or more. I imagined $30k would be enough for at least a year given normal rental rates, but with AirBnB I’d run out of funds in less than 9 months.

          Where the fuck are you trying to go? UK or Germany or some shit? I get dope ass AirBnBs for <$600 a month.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            >not building physical equity in land ownership
            lol

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              >implying I’m not

              Why would I want to stick around and pay a $1500 a month mortgage when I can get some other cuck to pay it for me?

              For $1500 I can sit in a beach condo, eat out and get drunk every night.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                So you aren't investing it into property gotcha

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                don't forget to pay your rent (property taxes) so you don't get evicted

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                Not hard, especially when you have a room leased out to your friend to pay for it and make passive income on the side. Unless you live in commiefornia, it shouldn't be more than 2k for a normal house per year.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                moron what? I just said I had a rental property. What the fuck do you consider “investing in real estate”?

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >condo
                lol, just lol. Buy some actual land

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                And sleep in the dirt? Grow some corn? What should I do with it?

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                Build a house on it, buy land with a house on it, lease it out to be farmed for profits(yes this actually exists), etc.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                The whole point of real estate investment is getting access to the most premier form of leverage average jack offs have available AKA mortgages. The actual type of real estate is irrelevant. Buying real estate straight cash is peak retarded unless you are doing fix n flips.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                > The actual type of real estate is irrelevant. Buying real estate straight cash is peak retarded unless you are doing fix n flips.
                WHY YES I DID GET MY FINANCE DEGREE FROM sighsee HOW DID YOU KNOW

                Getting a house for about 100k, 3br, leasing out 1-2 to pay the morgatge and property tax for a long term investment as you travel is piss easy. It's also generally will increase in value unlike physical currency or buttcoin.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Pensions won't exist in 30 years anyway, except maybe for burgers if they keep their population growing

  30. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why not own a small home in a flyover state and just go back and forth every 3 months

  31. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    two people in my company have fallen for the digital nomad (sexpest sexpat) scam, both of them are intensely unlikable people

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >two people in my company have fallen for the digital nomad (sexpest sexpat) scam, both of them are intensely unlikable people
      So what's the problem? You no longer have to see them and they get to fuck as many brown girls as they want

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nothing I guess, there was a point in my life when this idea had some appeal but realizing those are the caliber of people that would constitute my social circle cured me of any such thoughts permanently

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's like you imagine all the unlikable people you know who became digital nomads or remote workers have moved to the same place and hang out in the social circles, as though everyone who becomes a digital nomad just moves to the same neighboring town. The world must seem very small to you.

  32. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >just sacrifice any hopes of establishing friendships, relationships, or any kind of a social life

    I tried the dn thing for a bit but stoppd because of this. It's the worst part and why people in their 20's shouldn't do this full time. But as you get older friendships become fickle. Every starts getting married and having kids. Once that happens you just barely ever see them again. All my friends are moving into that stage right now. For whatever reason I'm not (probably too ugly and awkward) and life has become incredibly lonely.

    I'm probably going to get back into the dn life soon. Might as well be lonely in a warm beautiful place than my small snowed in apartment

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Now to be honest, wouldn't it have been similar if you had stayed at home?

  33. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t know how they afford it. I planned to quit my job and travel for a year or two after saving about $30k, but AirBnBs are $3k per month or more. I imagined $30k would be enough for at least a year given normal rental rates, but with AirBnB I’d run out of funds in less than 9 months.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      The trick is not using Airbnb for long stays but instead as a first homebase to check out local offers.

      >alone
      >having sex with someone else
      how?

      >implying sex with a prostitute isn't multiplayer masturbation

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        I’m near a big city though, and there are almost no short term offers. The short term offers that are out there charge a fortune for the short term lease and furnishing.

        I nomad BECAUSE it saves me money

        >save %10-14 right off the bat because I declare residency in a no income tax state

        >travel only to places like SEA, LATAM, or Eastern Europe where the dollar reigns supreme

        I’m banking more than I ever did in the states AND I’m living like a king.

        [...]

        Where the fuck are you trying to go? UK or Germany or some shit? I get dope ass AirBnBs for <$600 a month.

        Last place I looked was in and around Philadelphia to visit family. The cheapest AirBnB I found in a safe area was $3k per month.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          >AirBnB in the states

          Welp, there’s your problem. Sublet off Craigslist instead of AirBnB

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Still few and far between, only 6 months, and very expensive.

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              Are you looking under the Sublet section?

  34. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    sounds just like ordinary travel except with online work. migratory winter nomadism is probably the easiest annual pattern - follow the birds south and then lead them back north.

  35. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Try to escape the matrix
    >Move to Cambodia to creampie cuties
    >Got one pregnant
    >Now have to support her and the baby and the hospital bill and pay for a marriage
    >On a $1000 salary

    I think I just dived deeper into the matrix and there's no way out at this point. But I can at least get higher up in the matrix than where I'm at right now. Bros I need remote work with a US company. Literally anything. Where do I find these famous remote jobs at? Linkedin seems like a bust, a lot of the jobs want you to be in the US. And the other jobs are scams. Making 12 bucks an hour and bringing home 2k a month instead of 1k a month seems like a life saver right now.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >digital nomading on a salary less than 70k/yr
      People seriously can't be this stupid can they? How do you enjoy the better places around the globe like Scandinavia? Iceland/Greenland? New Zealand? better cities in europe that aren't gutter trash? Maldives? etc.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        the point is that you can save money while living like a king in a thirdie cunt

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          You can also live like a king in the US by living in the midwest with a normal 60k/yr job, what's your point.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            nta but living in the Midwest sounds grim

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              Why?
              >bunch of nature
              >decent smaller towns and cities
              >cheaper cost of living, food, goods, etc
              >can own a home with ease
              >don't have to deal with the BS of a big city
              >save money to travel for half the year or more

              This is entirely it. Experiencing new cultures? Lol whatever dude, who fucking cares. I like being able to kick it in a fat crib for $500 a month, eating steak and lobster every night, and banging smoking hot prozzies for $70 a pop. Temples? History? “Seeing the sights”? Do not give a solitary fuck. Now bring me another $0.75 beer.

              coomers are retards, if you need to pay for a whore to shag just fucking lol

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >bunch of nature
                Like many other areas
                >decent smaller towns and cities
                Suburbia hells aren’t decent. If there are good cheap cities Midwest I’d love to hear about them
                >cheaper cost of living, food, goods
                Like any developing country but without all the culture
                The Midwest is just boring man

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Suburbia hells aren’t decent. If there are good cheap cities Midwest I’d love to hear about them
                Have you ever looked at housing in TN, or just searched around on Zillow for things?
                >Like any developing country but without all the culture
                Yeah I am sure people in this discussion are going for culture

                This is entirely it. Experiencing new cultures? Lol whatever dude, who fucking cares. I like being able to kick it in a fat crib for $500 a month, eating steak and lobster every night, and banging smoking hot prozzies for $70 a pop. Temples? History? “Seeing the sights”? Do not give a solitary fuck. Now bring me another $0.75 beer.

                Ya morons are poor broke retards just wanting to coom.

                No you can't. I am currently posting from the midwest... It's a complete meme that it's cheap to live here.

                pic rel, no HOA, brand spanking new, 3br so it would be easy to lease out 2 of them to some friends. 2 friends paying 600/mo for a room would pay for everything the cost of the house could accumulate.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >here is this crackhouse in the south
                >this is proof that the midwest is cheap!
                Huh? What the fuck are you smoking?

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                Whatever you say coomer, at least it will be something to come home to later in life, is paid off by room mates, and can be sold down the road. If you don't own a home with most of it paid off by the time you're 28 I dunno what to tell you other than lol.

                Even as I've been DN'ing for 5+ years I understand the importance of something to fall back on if my job were to go poof and shit hits the fan, I still can have a roof over my head.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                > I understand the importance of something to fall back on if my job were to go poof

                You mean like savings or a stock portfolio or literally any dozen other financial instruments? I’m not knocking home ownership but don’t act like it’s the be all end all of safety nets.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >You mean like savings or a stock portfolio or literally any dozen other financial instruments?
                Yup all those along with some physical assets, most importantly a home that can serve many purposes in times of need is among one of the strongest to have.

                >Digital nomading is bad!
                >but I'm doing it
                >living in the midwest is cheap, you should do that!
                >but I'm not doing it
                Straight up schizophrenic. You should try learning how to string together some coherent sentences.

                Just because you are a DN doesn't mean you can't own a home, rent out a room or two and make additional passive income, and when the time comes to stop doing DN you have something waiting for you. Buying a house to secure yourself and equity is a smart move. My point was to prove it's not exactly expensive to buy a house in the midwest nor is the cost of living "the same all over the us" as that anon said.

                Who am I kidding I'm talking to people who couldn't get laid at an applebee's.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >My point was to prove it's not exactly expensive to buy a house in the midwest
                ...
                I'm starting to believe that you don't know where the midwest is.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >NOOO YOU CANT JUST NOT COME BACK!! YOU HAVE TO HAVE A “HOME BASE” IN THE KEKED STATES! NOOO COOOME BACK DONT ESCAPE!

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                It's a good idea to have invested in if for some reason countries close borders and the world decides to go to shit. Not to mention a place to store your belongings, mailing address, and let your friends just maintain for you while gone.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Digital nomading is bad!
                >but I'm doing it
                >living in the midwest is cheap, you should do that!
                >but I'm not doing it
                Straight up schizophrenic. You should try learning how to string together some coherent sentences.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                This looks like somewhere a slave would live after running away from their master

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            > You can also live like a king in the US by living in the midwest with a normal 60k/yr job, what's your point.

            The fuck you can. Food costs are pretty much the same across the country. The only thing you get a bit cheaper is a house and that’s because you’re living in a brown wasteland that hits -20 in the winter. No thanks, I’ll take my apartment in Pattaya or Buenos Aires.

            Oh, not to mention state income tax. Nope, registering my home of record in SD and dodging that shit.

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Food costs are pretty much the same across the country.
              The food costs in El Paso are far below that of LA.
              > No thanks, I’ll take my apartment in Pattaya or Buenos Aires.
              Who says you can't go there for 3-6 months out of the year or more?
              >Oh, not to mention state income tax.
              So what if you make any kind of cash over min wageslave it's a non issue. I make 95k, it's not that big a deal especially in a state with no income tax like TX.

              Git gud

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                > Who says you can't go there for 3-6 months out of the year or more?

                Why come back at all?

                >el paso

                Yeah, sorry, show me a single bar I can get $0.75 beers or a $4 steak dinner. I’ll wait.

                >not that big a deal
                >%10+ not that big a deal

                You know the more you make the more they take right? It’s not a big deal to you because you only make $95k. 9 grand, big whoop, sure. You break $150 and $15k fucking stings.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Yeah, sorry, show me a single bar I can get $0.75 beers or a $4 steak dinner. I’ll wait.
                Convert it into the local cost of living with the local income. No shit exchange rates mean shit, dip down to ciudad across the border and get some cheap shit. Though I'd rather cook my own food like a grownup.

                >You know the more you make the more they take right?
                texas
                income tax
                pick one retard

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            No you can't. I am currently posting from the midwest... It's a complete meme that it's cheap to live here.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          This is entirely it. Experiencing new cultures? Lol whatever dude, who fucking cares. I like being able to kick it in a fat crib for $500 a month, eating steak and lobster every night, and banging smoking hot prozzies for $70 a pop. Temples? History? “Seeing the sights”? Do not give a solitary fuck. Now bring me another $0.75 beer.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Move to Cambodia to creampie cuties
      >Got one pregnant
      Did nobody tell you the plan is to leave before you find out about that?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why didn’t you have protected sex

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Cream pies bro….

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      The only way out of the matrix is to be rich enough. You need enough money to not be able to worry about housing, healthcare, or payments resulting from a divorce or child. Basically, you have to be a multimillionaire at least. That’s what that retard Tate forgot to mention.

  36. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    because they want to

  37. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Digital nomadding does seem appealing but at 30 I worry I would just be wasting my life relaxing in SEA. Then again, I worry my life will be wasted because I made it this far without achieving much anyway. People that don’t waste their lives set out on their life tasks before 30 after all.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Just don’t have any kids by mistake or get an ex wife who siphons half of whatever you have and you’re probably fine

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        I think I’ll be fine if I do have kids by mistake too. But fine isn’t really fine. Nobody really wants fine.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          The key is to stop wanting for more and to learn contentment, only then can you be truly happy

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >wasting my life
      >relaxing

      Wut?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I worry I would just be wasting my life relaxing in SEA
      if you're sensible enough to be thinking this, I think you'll be good. go there for a vacation, get it all out of your system, then come back. Don't have to stay for long, and you can always go back

  38. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    How do you even negotiate a remote only contract?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      You look for companies that are commonly overlooked and therefore have difficulties recruiting.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Such as?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Be overqualified and/or take a paycut.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        I did this, 15k paycut for full remote. After six figures 15k doesn't mean a whole lot but full remote is always a winner

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          You make it all back by dodging state taxes and living in a low CoL country for a few months.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Exactly.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      I did this, 15k paycut for full remote. After six figures 15k doesn't mean a whole lot but full remote is always a winner

      You make it all back by dodging state taxes and living in a low CoL country for a few months.

      >You make it all back by dodging state taxes
      Careful, many companies are only hiring remote employees with a nominal address in certain states for tax purposes. Your home base in SD may be great for taxes, but it's not so hot if keeps you from being hired in the first place. Something like Texas could work, where a decently-sized remote first company is likely to already have employees.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >many companies are only hiring remote employees with a nominal address in certain states for tax purposes
        If the state you're in doesn't have state income taxes, how is it any more work for the company?

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          It isn’t. It’s pretty much invisible to management because it’s something you change in whatever payroll system your company uses. You can use a friends or parents address on initial hire and just swap it over in your onboarding. They won’t even notice.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          I won't pretend to be familiar with the specifics, but I have heard from multiple companies, "sorry we're only hiring in NY, NJ, XX, XY, etc."

          IIRC, this is done for tax purposes.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Get converted to remote during COVID-19 lockdowns and insist you’re not going back. It worked for me. I technically am not supposed to leave the country, but that’s pretty standard. The only truly remote workers are contractors.

  39. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Digital nomading is very attractive to me, but I could never do it. A single guy deciding to spend a year in Spain or a Latin American country implies sex tourism. My friends and family would never look at me the same way again.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      kinda sad to care about what others think of you. are you a woman or in your 20s?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      what do you mean, just lean Spanish while you are there and talk about about the cultural experiences and the food. It's easy noy yo look like a sex tourists but most guys are retarded when it comes to this. Weebs are probably the best at this because they talk so much about random shit they love about japan you never really think about how they went their for some Japanese pussy.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Spain
      Though Spain has world-class prostitution, it is NOT known as a sex tourism destination. Just say you're going to learn the language, and enjoy the weather and lifestyle the way all roasties do.

      But you're a troll, so I shouldn't be responding to you anyway. 4/10 for making me respond.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Spain has world-class prostitution
        Deets?

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          https://letmegooglethat.com/?q=escorts+spain

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      What's the alternative? Be a pay pig for the Untied States or Canada, dealing with unnecessarily difficult women, and inflated rents in crime ridden shitholes?

  40. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is there some good guide/tips on being a digital nomad? like how to deal with banking etc and other stuff?

    I want to move to Mexico because cost of living is cheap and I love Latinas. I work remotely and time zone is the same but what is a good bank to use to move money around and take it out at ATMs?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Just use a bank account in your home country. Pick one that offers good exchange rates (like revolut etc) and use that. Getting a local bank account is a massive pain and to be avoided.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Make sure to get multiple cards, e.g. a Revolut, a TransferWise, Charles Schwab both as a backup as well as to not be tied to a specific bank.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >what is a good bank to use to move money around and take it out at ATMs?
      Schwab is good because they refund all ATM fees and always give good exchange rates, I think Fidelity does too but I haven't used them. Chime is also supposed to be good. I would also have a credit card that doesn't charge foreign transaction fees.

      >mail / taxes

      yes

      this is the company i use

      https://escapees.com/join/

      it caters to boomer RV retirees but they'll set you up with a legit physical address. thing is, to declare residency you also need (should) to get a drivers license and register to vote. there are other similar services out there and they'll scan your mail and send it to you. the IRS doesn't give a shit about state income tax, the revenue department of whatever state you might live would, meaning, don't work from California or New York or anywhere that has an aggressive revenue department.

      [...]
      you can't declare residency with just a PO box in most states.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        IMO go for chime unless there is some kind of really big thing schwab has changed. I used schwab for a while but it kinda sucks. The mobile app and shit you can do with the e-card and not needing to actually renew the card is really really nice.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      One more thing to do is port your phone number to google voice before you leave the US. Some things need a US number, and you'll need it to get 2FA login codes for sites that don't have a better setup.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        i converted to e-sim with my US number and use a local prepaid sim wherever im at. ATT's international plan is a flat $100, works everywhere, and gives me unlimited data so i can use my phone as a hotspot if the wifi is sketchy.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Doesn't that go kaput after six months overseas? What do you do then?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          ??? nope, mines worked for about a year now. I think you lose the extra number on your account or something after 6 months, but not the one you port in

  41. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Frankly if you have stable remote job its fucking awsome for couple months, especialy when youre young. You can travel do some job (best of its not full time or you can do full time in like 1/2 or 3/4) and have some bonus money because you dont that much cash like in your prg country (its the idea)
    >have 2 apartments, I rent one, if I had some stable remote job, even like 2k dol i would probably just go abroad even for like 6 months/year.

  42. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    The original idea was good for a selected few, but like everything nowadays it was subsumed by social media trendyness & FOMO, it became a meme. Some things are meant to stay a niche or they loose all their appeal. For better or for worse, it's the nature of capitalism to extract all value from an original idea to commodity it for the mass, call this gentrification or something.

  43. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >DN for the first time a while back before covid
    >wanted to spend full year abroad
    >6 months in start to slow down
    >by month 8 just chilling playing video games at my apartment rather than going and seeing new things
    >return home a year later
    Found out this is by far more viable keeping shit interesting
    >fly somewhere for 90 days
    >return home for a 30-45 days
    >get any projects falling behind on, get back in shape, plan out next trip
    >fly out for 90 days
    >repeat

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sounds like your problem

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Maybe, but returning home every now and them always seems to help me balance my time when abroad, figure somewhere better to go, and never feel like I'm just pissing time and cash away sitting in some apartment/hotel room.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          A flight across the world isn't pissing cash away?

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            It is but I'm actually going somewhere and the costs recouped by being at home balances it out, when you have flexible dates easier to get a cheaper flight cost.

  44. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm probably gonna "digital nomad" in Europe and the nice parts of Asia soon. I understand the CoL difference that SEA/LATAM makes, but the upside to being able to visit just about every nice country on earth within the span of a decade is priceless
    Plus, monthly airbnbs in Europe are cheaper than apartments in most American cities, so you'd save money anyways

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Plus, monthly airbnbs in Europe are cheaper than apartments in most American cities, so you'd save money anyways
      You know places like Texas have decent apartments 1br for under 600 bucks

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, but you have to get a lease (aka you're stuck in shithole Texas) and you have to get a car (aka you're stuck in shithole USA)
        Did you know you can get monthly 1 br Airbnbs in nice parts of Eastern Europe for under $500 a month, in cities where you don't need to own a car?

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Paying for my home is under 500 a month lol

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            You pay for something you put money into?
            So, that $100k+ already dumped into your house is costing YOU even more? That 100k that could be making 7% aka $7k average on the stock market or $4k on the bond market, you managed to turn that money into a BURDEN on yourself?

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              >why yes my finance degree is from sighsee I'm what they call armchair certified.
              Face it the reason you want SEA is because you're a coomer and have 0 chance with any decent looking girl in the USA

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                No, my finance degree is from an Ivy. Read

                I'm probably gonna "digital nomad" in Europe and the nice parts of Asia soon. I understand the CoL difference that SEA/LATAM makes, but the upside to being able to visit just about every nice country on earth within the span of a decade is priceless
                Plus, monthly airbnbs in Europe are cheaper than apartments in most American cities, so you'd save money anyways

                , my first post, fagtard

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                Oh so you've never digital nomad'd and just an ideas guy. Lol enjoy dealing with how it isn't a life of luxury dude.

                Timezones can fuck with your schedule
                Weather in Asia and infrastructures issues in cheap places in europe can as well
                Make sure your job actually allows access to the US while abroad
                Have at least 5k(or 3 months of CoL for an apartment or place back home) in savings before doing this for job lose/device replacement/ride home/etc
                Understand medical shit can be weird abroad depending who you have
                Understand how to budget, no like seriously seen a lot of people "go somewhere totally cheaper" only to spend more money abroad simply because they'd spend more cash daily than they would by conserving at home
                Make sure you have a hobby that can travel with you
                Make sure you stick to putting your savings actually in an untouched savings account

                Good luck but there a ton of pitfalls I've seen other friends and some anons of mine do.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                yeah, its not the dream life the instagram crowd makes it out to be. you have to be willing to sacrifice and put up with a bunch of bullshit you wouldnt normally have to, but its not insurmountable if you live a minimalist lifestyle. the people that have problems being DN's are the ones that want to take their dog with them or their wife and kids or have other long term attachments they can't let go of. it can be super hard paring down to just a duffle bag and a carryon. it can be hard not getting wrapped up in the giga coomer lifestyle of getting wasted in whatever cheap bar is nearby and fucking thirdie locals who'll sniff your cock for $20. it takes discipline, no doubt. doesn't take away from the freedom.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                >lifestyle of getting wasted in whatever cheap bar is nearby and fucking thirdie locals who'll sniff your cock for $20.
                Do people here actually need to PAY for whores?

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                I've never paid for it, I've considered it but honestly the health concerns mean you might be signing your own death warrant

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                Bruh it’s not a matter of need. When you’re in some dive in SEA and some qt girl is offering herself up to you for less than a combo meal at McDs, you’re gonna think twice about that. Especially if you’ve had a few drinks in you. You talk like it’s a bunch of pervy sex pests going looking for this shit when in reality it’s being offered on tap as freely as the local beer.

  45. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I pretend to be a digital nomad, because it's less cringe and more safe than being an indolent crypto millionaire.

    It's very important to manage people's expectations of you. Explaining you are still working and not rich, but able to afford a decent lifestyle keeps a lot of heat off your back but still keeps women interested.

    Of course I don't actually work. Nobody needs to know that though. "I'm busy working today" is a great excuse to ignore people also

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      What's your secret?

  46. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    > muh social participation in society
    Only vaxicucks think they have something to lose after the past three years.
    Boost up fagget!

  47. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's not for everyone, but those are some really shit arguments
    >just move every 2-3 months bro
    Depends on where you're from and where you want to go, Europeans can generally live and work wherever they want inside the Schengen zone, and even for non-Schengen people, several countries issue "digital nomad" visas for six months/a year. Even just traveling from state to state in the US is still being a digital nomad.
    >just sacrifice any hopes of establishing friendships, relationships, or any kind of a social life
    Says who? You can make lifelong friends when you travel, some people even meet their spouses doing this.
    >just live in shitty temporary airbnb apartments
    Every AirBnB I've ever lived in had a higher standard than my shithole back home
    >because you're not eligible for proper housing without a resident visa
    Literally never heard of this being a thing
    >just constantly risk being denied entry to a country you want to go to
    What the fuck, why do you think this is a thing? Has this happened to you? Maybe you can get denied entry to shitholes like Israel or Belarus if you've been very public about your political views, but generally this isn't something that happens. No digital nomad in history has ever been denied to India or the Philippines for no reason.

  48. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I did the digital nomad thing for a few years. It was fun while it lasted, but it does get exhausting. Definitely made me realize that I'd rather establish a life for myself in America than continue tramping around the world for years on end.

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