It's getting pretty damn lonely here. I show up for school, where I don't speak to anyone. I come home, where I don't speak to anyone, excluding some greetings to my parents. I go online, where none of my so-called friends initate a conversation with me, and when I try to speak, it most often just gets ignored, or in the rare cases I get a reply, it's usually just a single word. So I go on the message boards I frequent, which are 3 with SF. I don't get replies, and when I do, they're exceptionally few. Some are even good. And this is not just quick 2-sentance replies which're getting ignored. I'm talking thought-out, serious, intelligent replies, being completely ignored, until the points I made there are used later in the thread. For the past months, I've not been doing anything. I'd play a video game for a few hours, get bored, browse the internet, and do nothing until I decide to go to sleep. I've actually watched my wall for over an hour. I've taken naps because I was bored. Can't wait until I get some new books, then I can distract myself from reality. And maybe one day they'll invent a "snooze" button, where I could auto-mate all the parts where I'm not doing anything. But then I'd be on "snooze" until I died from old age. I certainly hope this won't continue in to my adulthood, though evidence suggests it will. "Just get friends", "Just go outside", "Get a life" and other such replies are welcome IF they give more detail on how to do it. Otherwise they're as useful as saying "To stop poverty, give the starving people food.", or "If you don't like being poor, just get some money.".