Loner vs. Loser

I am a true loner. On rare occasions, I get jealous of other people having fun with friends, or girlfriends, or boyfriends, or all of the above. But I don’t think I actually want to have some of my own. I think I’m just misinterpreting my hate for the noise they make. I simply hate seeing other people have fun, with or without me.

For the most part, I’m pretty content with being a loner. That’s different than a loser who’s alone. I have high standards for who I would befriend and since the standards are beyond what anyone’s capable of, I’m fine with not having anyone. A lonely loser has low standards and still fails to find people to meet them. He’ll cling to anyone or anything that shows them an inkling of kindness.

Being a loner and being a loser is not mutually inclusive. Above all else, I am a loner. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that I’m not a loser. I kinda am. I’ve lost at life. I’m just saying that I’m not a loner because I’m a loser.

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4 thoughts on “Loner vs. Loser

  1. Just got to find a different game to play if you suck at the one you lost at. But you haven’t lost at anything yet. You are welcome for the gay sounding advice.

    • Just like how winning by default is a type of win, forfeiting is a type of loss and I’m losing at everything because I’m forfeiting it all. It seems that everytime anyone tries to cheer me up, I go into depressed pessimist mode lol.

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