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From Encyclopedia Dramatica
Loneliness is angst caused by being alone. As lonely people are socially retarded, they are easily influenced by whomever pays attention to them: this is the basic recruiting tactic of furries, Scientologists, gays, etcetera. A generation of awkward loners, who in earlier days would have done science-fair projects and collected comic books, have since found the Internets, and are now busy writing clumsy slash for their fursonas on LiveJournal.
Loneliness is also the root of a wide variety of other societal ills, from cutting to World of Warcraft to cybersex. The only known cure to loneliness is to take a shower, meet some people who do not wear t-shirts with catgirls on them, as well as to stop being such a boring, self-absorbed loser.
You are just one boring consciousness; it is only upon relation with other consciousnesses that things get interesting (remember, a cat is fine too). Larger groupisms include: religion, politics, genders, races, cultures, subcultures; smaller groupism include: love, sex, pornography, family, and friends. What worth-while story has only one character?
And a special edition version for My Little Pony fans.
For those who are really desperate.
A Sankaku Channel user braging about his loneliness
Symptoms of Loneliness
- Owning an anime DVD
- Buying wishlist items for camwhores
- Being a camwhore
- Collecting plastic crap
- Excessive fatness
- Excessive fapping
- Using Fake Your Space
- Being an attention whore
- Using the internet to fill the void that is your social/love life
- Having a waifu.
- Playing Second Life because your first one sucked.
People who are Lonely
People who are Especially Lonely
- Emo people
- Prince Jeremy
- Zoklet users
- 16-year-old girls
- The population of Second Life
- People who are left alone.
- Nadine Schweigert - She married herself.
- Love shys
- 4chan in general.
- Sankaku Complex users
| Lonely is part of a series on Dying Alone