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I don't understand how people can get to the age of 18 and still not have had a bf/gf Watch

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    You don't understand how people can be unattractive, uninteresting and/or socially awkward?

    If you don't understand this, then you must be saying you've found every person you've ever seen to be attractive?
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    (Original post by Proxenus)
    At least you could have a 10/10 face?
    I kinda could, but genetics decided my face should look like a giant cookie with buck teeth
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    (Original post by nbdy)
    21 years, and never even kissed a girl. Because im a worthless person.

    Let me show my negative points:

    - Extremely short (156cm)
    - Overweight
    - Dumb as a brick
    - Poor
    - Hate going to parties
    - Have no talents or skills
    - Failed at everything i've ever tried

    Now my qualities:
    - none

    No sane girl in the world would like this. Not all people deserve to find love and happiness, some dont even deserve to be alive
    Former colleague at my last job was a girl magnet and he was around your height. Have you tried losing a little weight? Plenty of dumb guys get girls, heck some of the guys most successful with girls are dumb as a brick. Most people are untalented too. It's about trying tbh. The more you try the higher your chances of success. Don't give up. "Fake it till you make it".
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    Do you wear a fedora ?
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    I'm super shy.
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    I apologise in advance if this comes across as rude or insensitive but, barring cases where you went to a single gender secondary school, how does someone get to, like, 18 or 19 and not manage to get a boyfriend or girlfriend?
    Try living for a day with my face and it will become obvious

    Although yeah, I do also go to an all girls school
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    Pretty easy tbh, started my first relationship in first year of uni, but hadn't had a girlfriend before that. I'd say a mixture of being pretty average looking, always having had female friends, especially closest ones, so I mistook any possibly flirting as just friendliness by them. Then linking with that, it honestly wasn't something that was a focus in my mind when I was 15,16,17. I wouldn't say I was particularly immature, but I'd just never met a girl that I'd had any real degree of romantic/sexual feeling towards.
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    (Original post by anonwinner)
    Really? Your GCSEs are pretty bad.
    I don't think you know what bad means if you think mine are bad
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    This thread is still going?

    iEthan

    Please can you delete this thread for me?
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    Iv come to understand most people (In the UK anyway) cant be trusted with a relationship. One of the skanks in the relationship ends up cheating.
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    Hah I was a dork through middle to junior high years. I left school at 15 and have been studying as a private candidate since. Although I got somewhat cooler with the dudes after junior high, I wasn't sociable at All with girls (maybe if I didn't leave school, it would have been different )...I didn't even have a female friend. Despite being not so cool, I had high standards for myself...and there were a couple of girls who approached me...I avoided one and I rejected the other when she said she liked me... Cos they werent pretty
 
 
 
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