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Hey OP here, in my car... I work 11-12 hours 6 days a week so though I wish for a dog, I can't. I stay in the car because when I go in I have to plan for the next day. In the car it's quiet and peaceful. Living with others was worse but I am a lonely person. I do sometimes drink a beer once I'm parked. I agree it's sad and I'm not a very social person and I hate it about myself.
By piper182 / Monday 29 September 2014 22:04 / United States - New York
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By  xlord  |  27

To the people that are all commenting about not understanding why; it's that a home can feel big and empty. Also that homes are generally seen as having multiple people in them. Whereas it is 'perfectly normal' for a person to be by themselves in a car The OP doesn't want to go home and face the realization that they're all alone, possibly with no family, friends and/or loved ones

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  HomelessDonut  |  9

Laziness, being drunk...

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  Rinat_fml  |  26

Poor guy, he probably wants to go out, have fun and then come home with a big smile on his face. For me it seems like he has a miserable, lonely life.

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  marcranger  |  28

My reasons are either that it's warmer in the car than it is outside (my building has one of those systems where it has to be below a certain temperature for a certain length of time before the heat turns on) or a series of songs I love comes on the radio! OP sounds lonely, though, which is definitely not one of my reasons, since I love living by myself!

By  xlord  |  27

To the people that are all commenting about not understanding why; it's that a home can feel big and empty. Also that homes are generally seen as having multiple people in them. Whereas it is 'perfectly normal' for a person to be by themselves in a car The OP doesn't want to go home and face the realization that they're all alone, possibly with no family, friends and/or loved ones

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  wildsweetchild  |  19

completely agree with #6. I've done that myself many times before. Op should follow the advice of #21 get a cat, or some other type of pet that fits their preference, that way he/she (sorry don't know ops gender) will have somebody who's waiting for them at home and can share those lonely moments with :) I've got myself a black kitten 4 years ago, now she's a gorgeous member of my family ;)

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I agree, get a pet. Or at least find some good tv shows or movies to watch to keep you entertained. But if you can get a pet op, they can give such love and companionship!

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  little_one  |  20

Maybe making your place more inviting by lighting candles maybe some plants. Some new paint maybe. Or maybe you should talk to your doctor about depression... Just a suggestion

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