It's so annoying to travel as a socially awkward introverted frick with no friends.

It's so annoying to travel as a socially awkward introverted frick with no friends.
I see travel videos of people immediately making friends with everyone and having so much fun wherever they go. Meanwhile restaurants don't even want to let me in because I'm alone. I watched some live stream of a couple of friends travelling Japan and it was so different from my experience, they had a lot of fun and talked to so many people. Meanwhile I just enjoyed the temples and went back to my hotel.

How to be sociable when travelling? Or, how to enjoy travelling alone more?

Unattended Children Pitbull Club Shirt $21.68

The Kind of Tired That Sleep Won’t Fix Shirt $21.68

Unattended Children Pitbull Club Shirt $21.68

  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    > I see travel videos

    Here’s your problem. If you still don’t understand that these videos are made to make you either dream or seethe, then you’ll ngmi. Stop whining homosexual.

  2. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I see travel videos of people immediately making friends with everyone
    selective editing. what they don't show is the 100 times the local person just yelled "get away from me you awful foreigner"

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      you can find dozens of travel streams on twitch that contradict this

  3. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >restaurants don't even want to let me in because I'm alone
    i usually only go to restaurants that have empty tables if im alone

  4. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    there are lots of apps and shit you can use to make friends abroad and for travelling

    try out some of those

  5. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't know.
    Every time I feel lonely and then talk to people I spend every minute wanting to get away and to be by myself. Being around people is really overrated and boring
    I think it is just about cooming for me, mistaking sex drive with desire to socialize.

  6. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    sleep in a hostel once and you will never take ""loneliness"" for granted ever again

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      I have had the luck of having entire dorm rooms to myself on about half of my hostel stays. Crowded hostel rooms are yuck. The bad smells, the stuffiness, the snoring, the comings and goings at all hours.

      https://i.imgur.com/mepg9M0.jpg

      It's so annoying to travel as a socially awkward introverted frick with no friends.
      I see travel videos of people immediately making friends with everyone and having so much fun wherever they go. Meanwhile restaurants don't even want to let me in because I'm alone. I watched some live stream of a couple of friends travelling Japan and it was so different from my experience, they had a lot of fun and talked to so many people. Meanwhile I just enjoyed the temples and went back to my hotel.

      How to be sociable when travelling? Or, how to enjoy travelling alone more?

      Just drink lots of beer and stop thinking about yourself. Travel is all about meeting people, sharing experiences and moving on. If the "moving on" part makes you miserable, then maybe you are not cut out for the traveling lifestyle. Instead of obsessing over cold approaches on those who exhibit zero interest in getting to know you, use existing social and economic opportunities to make friends.

      you can find dozens of travel streams on twitch that contradict this

      Everyone wants to be featured on a screen. It's not some great mystery as to why most people on the street love a vlogger.

      there are lots of apps and shit you can use to make friends abroad and for travelling

      try out some of those

      It is even easier to ignore/blow off someone via texting than it is IRL.

      I don't know.
      Every time I feel lonely and then talk to people I spend every minute wanting to get away and to be by myself. Being around people is really overrated and boring
      I think it is just about cooming for me, mistaking sex drive with desire to socialize.

      LOL, the only thing worse than a mopey weird loner is a horny weird loner.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >the only thing worse than a mopey weird loner is a horny weird loner
        Being horny is infinitely better than being mopey

  7. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I solo travel and meet people at the hostels. Around dinner time you go to the common area and make small talk, there's usually other solo travelers and then you can ask if they wanna go eat or go clubbing or something. Most of the are insufferable c**ts though

  8. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you dont want to stay in a hostel, then you go to pub crawls and befriend someone there. In most cities the pub crawls have a lot of socially awkward autists so you just talk to people until you find a guy who matches your vibe. Simple as

  9. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    There’s only one answer to your question: countries where people are hyper-social and your skin color makes you interesting enough that people feel compelled to befriend you. Any Arabic country works this way, also in African countries.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Really any rural place. I went to deeply rural Quebec Canada and when the bartender found out I was American, the whole bar freaked out, bought me drinks, took me to a house party. Every time I'm in a city I get pretty much the OP experience (except I'm not miserable about not getting attention), but rural areas are always welcoming in my experience.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Rurality is a factor for sure. But friendliness and hospitality in rural Europe or Asia is inconsistent at least. In brownpeople countries it is very consistent. I’m such a miserable sperg the first time I ever felt like a human being, like a normie with friends, was when I started visiting countries with rigid social structures where interpersonal relations carry higher value.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      please sir which arabic country is best for cooming?

  10. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    i went to a hostel once, 8 bed dorm
    the other 7 guys were a group of english lads on tour...
    i recall 2 seperate times someone vomiting
    come to think of it, i thought at the end of the trip i got hit by food poisoning from eating some dodgy food peddle to tourists. maybe it was just english spreading their disease

  11. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wherever you go, there YOU are. There is nothing you can do. Doesn't matter where you go. Really, the only the overseas affords is ugly men with money easy attractive pussy in third world countires.

  12. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Traveling isn't the cure for moronation. If you're a moron in your homeland then you're going to stay one in your destination. Better just accept that.
    A more useful approach would be to ask yourself how to avoid depression and enjoy your trip even though you're alone. The most important thing is to not stay in your hotel room all day long feeling sorry for yourself and regretting all the opportunities you missed in your life.
    Get out, see the sights, have a drink, eat something, take some drugs. Go to a bar and try to pick someone up, if you can't then go find a local prostitute. Make sure you come back to the hotel feeling very tired after you've seized the day to its fullest potential.
    I understand that it's not easy to "go with the flow" so to speak and find easy adventures when you're a moron, that is unless life forces you into one, so the keyword here is planning. It's all about that. Sit down before your initial flight, or better yet every night of the trip itself, and think very hard what you're gonna do tomorrow. Search for tourist attractions, historical monuments, zoos, water parks, museums, or whatever interests you. Calculate how long you're going to stay approximately in each place and build yourself a daily timetable.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *