Age 30 May Not be Too Late to Peak/Ascend

By peaking I mean… being the best version of yourself in terms of your physical appearance, financial status, confidence, etc.
 
Mary Elizabeth Winstead was age 30 when I first had a crush on her, after all. She’s 34 now. So is Rosa Salazar. Evan Rachel Wood is 32.
 
oh well…
 
Gonna be 27 this November but I still feel like a kid to be honest. I’ll probably start feeling like a teen when I get to 30.
 
Let’s just hope that anti-aging technology makes a breakthrough by then… as I don’t think it’s fair that autism, poverty and social isolation have robbed me of my teens and 20s.
 
In fact… I’ll probably join Aubrey de Grey in his mission to end aging in my late 30s. Progress has been too slow as of late… but I think we could easily expedite the process by combining Artificial General Intelligence with medicine.

40, 50, 60 heck, even 70 isn’t too late.
I totally agree.
only we can determine when it’s over.

I love the quote by the artist Katsushika Hokusai he said:
“From the age of six, I had a passion for copying the form of things and since the age of fifty I have published many drawings, yet of all I drew by my seventieth year there is nothing worth taking into account. At seventy-three years I partly understood the structure of animals, birds, insects and fishes, and the life of grasses and plants. And so, at eighty-six I shall progress further; at ninety I shall even further penetrate their secret meaning, and by one hundred I shall perhaps truly have reached the level of the marvelous and divine. When I am one hundred and ten, each dot, each line will possess a life of its own.”

never stop growing, never stop living.

if you are in your 30s with no job and social skills, then you’re pathetic and a loser

Having ASD myself, I think I always felt somewhere around 10 years behind my peers in terms of “worldly” understanding and social skills.

As a teen, I felt like a little kid. At 26, I feel like a teenager. I guess the 30s would be my version of early adulthood. This could very well be true, especially for males.

It also seems to be the case that the sun is responsible for as much as 80%-90% of skin ageing. Too much sun is worse for your skin than even smoking. You will quite literally retain a more youthful appearance by avoiding the sun as much as possible.

Or you could just be melanated?

Massive ■■■■ ngl

In my seasoned opinion, if you’ve been living hard incel and you’re 25 say it’s time to get drastic, because time is indeed running out. Start making plans to move abroad or something.

This is for those who still truly want to beat incel and think they ought to/have chance to beat incel. For very hideous incels I don’t know I don’t speak for them and also lesbiancels like OP I don’t know.

I do know if an incel guy hits 30 and completely wasted his 20s (when he could not have) is a truly terrible feeling, and no doubt has led to suicide in many cases.

It’s just not the same though. The very few times I got to enjoy the kiss of a girl and other sensual things when in my teens and then in my 20s had similarities but also big differences. I know I’ve missed out on so many things and continually missing out on a lot.

I know a certain someone on this website that is 32, who should take this advice and commit suicide. Honestly it would serve him good than living like a complete loser

My original comment, I had tagged that person too but William thought it was too harsh and deleted it.

Let’s just say his name starts with C and ends with M. Same number of letters as his IQ

After a talk with the other admins, Joey is banned

He has 35 deleted posts, told a user to kill himself at least twice, and ignored multiple private warnings

recommend he check out incels.net or incels.co or many other sites with a 30 second long registration process. But this is not the right place for him. Hope everything goes well for him. We do have his IP as the owners of this site (ToS states we record IPs) and so we can detect if he tries to register again so no alt is getting back in either. VPNs are also banned. Let the other admins know too.

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you guys ban a shit ton

not really, that guy was pretty toxic.

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At 40, I feel 100% confident it’s over. There’s so many variables as to why I feel and think this way.

First off, having never had a girlfriend, never having been any type of relationship, and of course my first kiss and losing my virginity at 31 to an escort, how could I ever explain that to a woman as a potential girlfriend? The having no experience thing I find to be very real, and going into a relationship without the knowledge or experience of how to conduct yourself in one is something people at my age don’t want. Being this inexperienced I think is pretty acceptable for anyone in their 20’s, and even up to their mid-30’s. After that, people will assume there’s something very wrong with you, and not want to get into any sort of relationship with you. Plus women don’t want to lead in the relationship, they want their man to, regardless of what modern feminism says.

There’s also taking into account of what’s out there for you to choose from. It’s true when they say all the good ones have already been snatched up. Take my situation. I’m a 40 year old white male who’s had to move back home with his mother, has financial debts, no savings, overweight, balding, and unattractive. Not to mention I spend the majority of my time working, and very little time for myself because of it. What kind of woman would even consider me with that track record? I have nothing to offer. Any woman worthy of being in a relationship that isn’t crazy herself wouldn’t come near a guy like me. Which brings me to what kind of women are even available at my age?

Single mothers, immigrants looking for visa’s, trashy tinder thots, however none of those would even consider me in the first place. The field is quite small when it comes to quality women at my age, especially if you want someone within the same age range. This idea of dating younger women never appealed to me, because I don’t think we’d have anything in common. There’s quite a generational gap for Gen X-er’s like myself. I guy like me grew up before the internet. Unlike boomers who don’t get tech, and millennials who can’t live without it, it’s hard for someone outside of my generation who comes from a different worldview to understand our politics, culture, and overall way of life. I can sit through a dinner without having to take my phone out, but I’m not against the idea of it either. That’s what it’s like being the sandwich generation.

I think it’s different for everyone when it comes to age, but if you’re like me with no track record, no notches on the bedpost by a certain age, one needs to be realistic about who they really are, and what’s possible.