>see youtubers going to hostels and just getting friends instantly

>see youtubers going to hostels and just getting friends instantly
>SighSee tells me to go to hostels and I will just get friends instantly
>go actually to a hostel
>nobody cares about me
>try to approach people
>they all keep their distance and dont want me around
travelling was a mistake

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  1. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Which country did you go to?
    Are you short anon?

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      I would rather not say.
      I am mid.

      It’s literally because you’re not attractive. I’m so tired of homosexuals ignoring the elephant in the room. Literally nothing you do or say matters if your physical appearance evokes pity and disgust from men and women alike.

      It’s the same thing with a double amputee in a wheel chair coworker I have. I don’t want to be around him or interact with him because all I feel is this intense pity for how much his life sucks and it drowns out everything else. It’s literally uncomfortable, so it’s the same way with ugly people. Everyone can look at you for one second and they know your life just sucks ass and you get zero pussy and you’re probably depressed

      I got a hair transplant and now I just look at bald men with pity because they’re so far bald that not even a hair transplant can save them. They’re doomed to be a bald homosexual for the rest of their life

      I have little weight but I am not fat. Anyway nobody said that I need to be a Chad

  2. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    It’s literally because you’re not attractive. I’m so tired of homosexuals ignoring the elephant in the room. Literally nothing you do or say matters if your physical appearance evokes pity and disgust from men and women alike.

    It’s the same thing with a double amputee in a wheel chair coworker I have. I don’t want to be around him or interact with him because all I feel is this intense pity for how much his life sucks and it drowns out everything else. It’s literally uncomfortable, so it’s the same way with ugly people. Everyone can look at you for one second and they know your life just sucks ass and you get zero pussy and you’re probably depressed

    I got a hair transplant and now I just look at bald men with pity because they’re so far bald that not even a hair transplant can save them. They’re doomed to be a bald homosexual for the rest of their life

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      You work with a double amputee?

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      LOL you must be that anon who calls baldies dysgenic. A whole lot of self-loathing and projection in your posts. OP is probably just socially awkward and needs to learn how to build rapport.

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        baldies literally are dysgenic

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lot of insecurity in this post.

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nope. The security is knowing that you need a full head of hair to go out in public with dignity and I took those steps because I have self respect.

        Whenever I see a bald man, I have to fight the urge to cup my hands around my mouth and shout, “HEY LOOK AT THAT SICKLY CANCER PATIENT BALD homosexual! WHERE DID YOUR HAIR GO!”

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          I wonder if you realize that everybody can tell you have a hair transplant.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      very pathetic mindset. have some self-respect

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous
    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I got a hair transplant
      >baldgays are doomed to be a baldgay for the rest of their life
      How moronic can you be?

      https://i.imgur.com/sV0aGwX.jpg

      >see youtubers going to hostels and just getting friends instantly
      >SighSee tells me to go to hostels and I will just get friends instantly
      >go actually to a hostel
      >nobody cares about me
      >try to approach people
      >they all keep their distance and dont want me around
      travelling was a mistake

      My hostel experience has varied widely. One thing I have learned: if you are lonely and crave a real friend, disposable hostel friendships are NOT for you. Being a loner at a hostel and being frozen out by the other guests is a sucky experience, but it happens. Either stick around until a more friendly group comes through, find another loner to hang out with, or disengage completely and look forward to your next destination.
      >travelling was a mistake
      Stop with this pity-party bullshit. Your home life is no better than your traveling life, stop pretending otherwise. At least while traveling, you can always look forward to new opportunities in the future, while at home, it's only more of the same old, same old.

      its anxiety. ive seen countless ugly mofo's who are the life of the party at hostels. but if you're a nervous quivering mess you've got no hope. people will avoid you.

      Anxiety can be an issue, but most often it is simply being dull and depressing that turns people off. Of course, being rejected makes you more depressed and even less likely to make friends. Start over again, or accept that you will explore the world alone and depressed. It happens.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      this is either topshelf bait or pure autism, I can't tell
      > I got a hair transplant
      lmao

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      You are not fooling anyone with your fake ass hairline, pal. I clock you closeted baldies from a mile away lmao

      However you are right. Take care of your appearance and you'll be instantly liked more. Only a tiny fraction of the population is truly unfixably ugly

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is one of the most incel things I've read on here recently.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      You're a loser with zero self awareness.

  3. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    problem: you're a dude

  4. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sorry about your baldness

  5. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    not everyone is cut out for solo travelling and there's absolutely no guarantees.
    best to travel with a friend or two if you can't handle the loneliness that you will often experience. Some people solo travel precisely to be alone for a bit

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      a friend or two? how about three? maybe I should travel with three "friends". would that be alright? but which three friends should I choose? maybe I should just invite all of them huh?

  6. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're probably fat, and you browse SighSee so also a weirdo

  7. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    you need to man up and start lifitng

  8. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why would you solo travel if you plan on talking to people?

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      ??? I do this, if anything it makes it easier because theres no one holding you back and people already assume you're available.

  9. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Have you ever had the misfortune of being on the other side of the camera with one of these homosexuals? It's all staged and set up. I fricking HATE IT
    >hey guys I am a vtuber I have X many followers and want to know if you guys would like to be on my channel talking about stuff!!!!!

    >females instantly want attention so their bf's fold into it
    >group mentality takes over as majority rule sweeps through
    >can't just sit and drink after a day of exploring
    >hear stories I just heard now cranked up to 1000% being nearly false
    >everyone so happy just to be a YT 15 minute of fame
    >everyone cheery to feel like a celeb after

    Dunno what to say other than if you suck at socializing hostels will suck, but YT homosexuals who do those interview things aren't fun at all.

  10. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    its anxiety. ive seen countless ugly mofo's who are the life of the party at hostels. but if you're a nervous quivering mess you've got no hope. people will avoid you.

  11. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just find shit to do and someone might join

  12. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're leaving out the fact that when there's a vlogger around, some people will flee, yes, but plenty of people will want to be on camera, even if they have no idea who you are.

    If you project charisma that you are some hot shot influencer there's going to be some people hungry for fame and want to be a part of the next video. Also when I watch these vlogs, some of the bigger ones seem to find fans even in the most obscure places. I saw Kino Yves (french guy who rides a weird bike around the world) the other day meet a random fan at some random village in Kenya. So there's that aspect too.

    It always shocks me just how easy it is to recognize someone. I'm not even a youtuber but I appeared in some guy's video and a friend of mine as well as the security guard at my old place of work said they saw me in that video. The views had like 400k so it's not like it was some viral video. I think that's insane. So I guess it's something not to underestimate.

    If you have the time to be a travel vlogger, it doesn't seem that hard these days. I see absolutely mediocre, unlikeable c**ts getting 6 figure views just because they walked through some town in India. A lot of people especially in 3rd world countries love searching their town on youtube to see what's there and if they see a Westerner walking through it, it will go viral easily. And even more on Tiktok. Try learning a couple sentences in the local language and boom you get thousands of subscribers, as long as you can create some entertainment value. I would totally do it if I were able.

  13. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    You have to have something to offer them. ITs easy for women cause they flash breasts. As a man its likability, humor, snack packs, ideas & leadership, etc.

    It has to be something, nobody wants to make friends with a hole.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      this.
      people want to get something from other people. think about this way: comedians are mostly not THAT funny but still people chase that little bit dopamine they could get from a stand up and they drive miles to see that so called funny guy.

      so even if you offer something little, people will want to be around you.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      I am going home in two days.
      I tried this --
      1 - started to talk with a group, easy talk first where are they from what did they see, I am like "you guys want to go here, do this? do you want to chill in this bar together" and I get a gentle nah frick off
      2 - start the small talk again, I ask if they have a program for today, they tell me they are headed to see xy, and I was like "wow that sounds cool, mind if I join you", and I get a simply frick off like "sorry our group is full'

      Nevermind, I tried to have fun anyway but I wont go to a hostel again

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        >"you guys want to go here, do this?"
        >"wow that sounds cool, mind if I join you"

        This is really pushy right off the bat. They've known you for 15 seconds and they have to spend a day with you already? Absurd. Don't ask strangers to commit to anything. Just talk to them about interesting stuff, like the city or sights. Also if they're in the middle of something, they will still tell you to frick off after about 60 seconds because you interrupted them. Don't interrupt people. They need to look available and/or bored.

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          >this is really pushy
          What are you, a Finn? It is perfectly normal to be "pushy" when you want to make new friends in hostels, in most of the world. What anons can't handle is being pushy and then being cold-shouldered by a gaggle of autistic Scandanavians. It makes them highly reluctant to try again.

          • 7 months ago
            Anonymous

            At least engage in some small talk (where are you from, where are you going, all that bullshit) first
            There are some weirdos who stay at hostels, they gotta make sure you aren’t one of them

  14. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Its cause you're desperate. Desperate people are uncomfortable to be around because they hide their true selves in a bid to try and please you by mirroring. You are allowed to be a person that isn't bending over for everyone you meet. It's not your fault you are like this, you probably have trauma, but I'm just explaining why it's happening

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not everyone has your story dude.

  15. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Thats because people want to be on camera anon.

  16. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Op, I've never been top a hostel before, but this is my plan:

    1. Get AirBNB for a week or two first to get things set up in new country (Sim, bicycle, gym membership)
    2. Relocate to nearby hostel/guest house, ideally with private room
    3. Become 'the gym guy' and spend everyday getting swole and eating delicious food while also working on my language skills
    4. Hopefully make tons of friends by being a chill non-douchebag, but if this fails I'll just use it as a place to sleep for a while and smash dates

  17. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's staged homie

  18. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    >watching vagrant holiday
    >dude literally sleeps in the bushes, scavanges McDonalds trash cans and shaves in public toilets
    >every episode he still finds some girls that invite him to sleep in their apartment for the night or join them at private parties

    You either have it or you don't. For you and me OP it was over from the start.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      >vagrant holiday
      you seriously think he sleeps outside like a homeless person ?

  19. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Was the hostels full of Israelis and French by any chance? They generally aren’t keen on socializing with other nationalities, although there are certainly exceptions
    Anyways sometimes there’s not really much of a vibe at some hostels, just go onto the next one and use it as an opportunity to chill for a night, finding people to hang out with isn’t usually an issue for me.
    Check reviews on hostel world, it’s generally indicative of the vibe. It’ll even show you flags, so if it’s a bunch of French or Israelis find somewhere else. My preference is a place that has social atmosphere, maybe even a small bar, but not a full on party hostel

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is my experience too, and with those exact same nationalities too, although I've had better experiences one on one. Nords and Germans can seem standoffish, too but they are nice just autistic. Former soviet countries are crazy but also friendly and know how to have a good time. If you are a native English speaker though, the best by far are other Anglophone countries. Brits and Aussies are especially hilarious and give no fricks most of the time. Americans can be friendly too if you can handle their high maintenance and I say that as a fellow burger. Also make sure you aren't butting into tight-knit group, if they don't seem to want to talk to you, don't force it. If they are young (under 30) and there are girls in the group, it can also cause protective instincts to kick in for the guys. A solo traveler trying make himself a part of that group might be seen to have ulterior motives. My rule of thumb is never to ask to join another party, but just get to know them and if I'm invited so be it. If they ask what my plans are it's usually a good sign that they are open to it. I'm a solo traveler at heart though, and most of the time prefer my own company unless I have spent some time without speaking to another traveler.

  20. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    >5’7 in america
    >spergy and while I try to be outgoing and can be still relegated to bottom of social hierarchy
    >decently attractive and had some success in college but have been sexless for 3 years despite trying
    >25 years old, Norwood reaper hitting, nasolabial folds staring to show and agepill hitting
    It’s fricking over man. I just want to experience some youth and being accepted in a social circle and getting with girls and whatnot but it seems like it will never happen. I was hoping I could cope with hostels and travelling but knowing myself I would probably be dissapointed and frick it up. Being a manlet doesn’t help and is probably just got mogged by tallgay Europeans. I guess I’ll just stick to SEA and then rope at 30. No intention of being a betabux provider and even if I wanted to i probably couldn’t anyway. Life of prostitutes and then dying of an accidental cause to offset the pain from family seems like the best move.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      You will have a better time in Asia anon. They can't detect how spergy you are. Nothing to be ashamed about using a prostitute. Cheaper and less time consuming than a gf.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      >rope at 30.

      If you are worried about the signs of aging you can buy yourself some more time with proper skincare, good health, eventual hair transplant if you are self-conscious about that, though at your age you should be able to do fine on just finasteride or minoxidil.

      I was having the time of my life even in my late thirties and I'm not much taller than you. No reason you can't enjoy life a bit.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      I feel this anon. I always had a natural fascination to meet interesting people across social classes and the globe and create as many beautiful memories as possible, but I've realized people just can't see that in me cause I'm 5'6. Had a pretty big circle in high school, but when we graduated and everyone kept growing but me people started acting drastically differently around me. I do great on apps for example, and then as soon as I message that I'm 5'6, or we even get to a meet, as soon as they see my height they slink away (even been yelled at for it a few times). I've even accepted my role as the person who initially brings different sides of the room together and breaks the ice between them, like in a hostel situation, and then they all go off without me.
      But yeah all I ever wanted was to go with the flow and bounce back and forth and create a connection with others, but I don't even possess the entry key because people don't see me as a peer.

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sounds like you are fine talking to people but need to work on connecting one on one. Instead of worrying about everyone why not just mingle until you find someone you vibe with and become friends with them? Nobody likes a social bawd.

  21. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    You deserve it for staying at a hostel like a poorgay normie. Why would you want to hang out with travel prostitutes and disgusting backpackers instead of getting a hotel/Airbnb doing your own thing

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      I just want to meet some new people, it's getting hard at 30...

  22. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Life has challenges but NDErs say we are here to overcome them.

    NDEs are actually solid proof of life after death, because anyone can have them if they come close to and survive death. And they are so extremely real to those who have them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U00ibBGZp7o

    As this NDEr described their NDE:

    >"Now, what heaven looks like? 'OMG' doesn't even describe how beautiful this place is. Heaven is, there are no words. I mean, I could sit here and just not say anything and just cry, and that would be what heaven looks like. There are mountains of beauty, there are things in this realm, you can't even describe how beautiful this place is. There are colors you can't even imagine, there are sounds you can't even create. There are beauties upon this world that you think are beautiful here. Amplify it over there times a billion. There are, it's incredibly beautiful, there's no words to describe how beautiful this place is, it's incredibly gorgeous."

    And importantly, even dogmatic skeptics have this reaction, because the NDE convinces everyone:
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/mysteries-consciousness/202204/does-afterlife-obviously-exist

    So anyone would be convinced if they had an NDE, we already know this, no one's skepticism is unique.

  23. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't know you and I don't want to know you. Mind your own business, I'll mind mine, and kindly frick off.

  24. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    get a life and become a real traveler

  25. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are hostels really the only way for cheap lodging? Do I have to bunk like a college freshman again?

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Theres couch surfing.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      you can get a private room but its more expensive
      Can still be fairly cheap though, depending on various factors

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        Private room at a hostel is usually more expensive than a private room at a hotel, due to the extra amenities offered by the hostel.

        Are hostels really the only way for cheap lodging? Do I have to bunk like a college freshman again?

        If you can't afford your own room, you can't afford to travel. Period.

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          Ive found hostels have gotten to be as expensive as hotels in the last 5 years

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          >due to the extra amenities offered by the hostel
          Like what? Venerial diseases and athletes foot?

          • 7 months ago
            Anonymous

            pussy on tap

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Private room at a hostel is usually more expensive than a private room at a hotel
          Varies by case, but not really in my experience

  26. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    >in a dorm, chatting with my bunkmate
    >we made plans to see some sights together after brekky
    >go out, have a good time
    >get back that afternoon to relax and shower before going out in the evening
    >an older, weird balding dorm mate saw us come in
    >I can feel his eyes seeking mine
    >he greets us, asks what we are planning this evening
    >I say not too sure yet, my friend feels the vibe and says something similar, even tho we had plans
    >he says hes going to go out
    >alright, cool
    >know he was expecting an invite or vice versa, instead we let silence hang
    >awkward as frick
    >take a nap, go out later that evening
    >look back and kek, this couldve been one of you

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