put some K-Y Lube Gel<br />
in the crack of your bottom<br />
and bend over<br />
I'll then demonstrate <br />
My improved version...of Boredom! :)
research solo activities that doesn't require others and that's mentally simulating. good luck
Become a forest ranger in the Yukon.<br />
Seriously, though, most of us only really figured out what we like to do work-wise once we were out working. It would be helpful if you can control your antisocial side, so that you can get along with others in a workplace. Even if you choose to own your own company, you will still have some interaction, if not a lot of interaction, with others. <br />
I would get out and work anyway. I am not the only one who has found that introversion is mitigated by regular, scheduled contact with others. It might help you in more ways than one.<br />
You're a pretty good writer. If you have an overactive imagination why not put it to work. Get up and for an hour first thing every morning write any old crap (then you have something to fix - fixing is easier than writing). You have a computer sitting there, use it. Nobody should be bored; there's too much that we have to get done.
Start your own "antisocials who are bored" group.....
Well I guess, try out some activities and things that interest you and you will find something that is able to hold your interest.
That is something you have to find for yourself, if you are fortunate enough. I understand how you feel, though. I have never found a passion of my own. I wish you luck.