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    I don't know if this is you but most of the 17 year old girls on tsr are sheltered as ****. This is the reason they don't have boyfriends as they still have the maturity levels of idealistic 15 year olds
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    It sounds like you want one for the sake of having one, and in no way is that a good reason to have a boyfriend.
    I know. No wonder I cNt get a boyfriend. I'm stupid man.
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    I'm 18 and i've never had a boyfriend so it could be worse !
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    You are still very young, don't sweat it.

    Meanwhile, improve yourself, wear good clothes, hit the gym, have a good hairstyle, show off your sensuality, be confident, love life.

    Be sociable, join clubs, go out, enjoy yourself and you'll find someone.
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    (Original post by neal95)
    I don't know if this is you but most of the 17 year old girls on tsr are sheltered as ****. This is the reason they don't have boyfriends as they still have the maturity levels of idealistic 15 year olds
    I understand. But honestly the girls I know Get over excited when they see boys but me I don't because I know their humans and sometimes hate screaming girls
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    (Original post by SarahKhanx)
    I know. No wonder I cNt get a boyfriend. I'm stupid man.
    You're not stupid. Just because your friends are having their own relationships and you get to see all the good in them, doesn't mean they are perfect as they can hide their arguments away from you and some might not even last long-term. Try to assess how they do in the long-term before saying "Yes, I want this." and NOT because your friends are having them.
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    (Original post by SarahKhanx)
    I understand. But honestly the girls I know Get over excited when they see boys but me I don't because I know their humans and sometimes hate screaming girls
    Yeah this is the thing which makes people see their still like children lol. It's especially the case in religious and ethnic minority areas but also in middle class areas were the people went to all girls schools for example. Where as a lot of girls have had the freedom of going out with their own friends and naturally socialising with boys so there experiences will differ. I reckon they will naturally grow out of it at uni when they are put in an environment where they have to adapt lol
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm 18 and i've never had a boyfriend so it could be worse !
    Let's not sweat it
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    You're not stupid. Just because your friends are having their own relationships and you get to see all the good in them, doesn't mean they are perfect as they can hide their arguments away from you and some might not even last long-term. Try to assess how they do in the long-term before saying "Yes, I want this." and NOT because your friends are having them.
    You're right. I should think like that. Message me privately pls?
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    (Original post by neal95)
    Yeah this is the thing which makes people see their still like children lol. It's especially the case in religious and ethnic minority areas but also in middle class areas were the people went to all girls schools for example. Where as a lot of girls have had the freedom of going out with their own friends and naturally socialising with boys so there experiences will differ. I reckon they will naturally grow out of it at uni when they are put in an environment where they have to adapt lol
    I honestly can't wait for uni I'm so hyped about it I just hope people have matured by then xx
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    (Original post by Analyst89)
    You are still very young, don't sweat it.

    Meanwhile, improve yourself, wear good clothes, hit the gym, have a good hairstyle, show off your sensuality, be confident, love life.

    Be sociable, join clubs, go out, enjoy yourself and you'll find someone.
    Thank you
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    Relationships at that age aren't likely to last and wouldn't you prefer to just focus on your A-levels without worrying about your boyfriend..
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    (Original post by SarahKhanx)
    I honestly can't wait for uni I'm so hyped about it I just hope people have matured by then xx
    Pretty sure they would have
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    I'm 21 and have never had a boyfriend. You have lots of time:sadnod:
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    Relationships at that age aren't likely to last and wouldn't you prefer to just focus on your A-levels without worrying about your boyfriend..
    You're right. But honestly even if I have a best friend that's a boy ill likely be better off without a boyf
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    (Original post by littlenorthernlass)
    I'm 21 and have never had a boyfriend. You have lots of time:sadnod:
    Bless yu 🙈
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    (Original post by SarahKhanx)
    You're right. But honestly even if I have a best friend that's a boy ill likely be better off without a boyf
    yeh I mean I'm nearly done with school now and i've never been in a proper relationship but the way I see it, if I'm going uni then a long distance relationship is unlikely to last and at uni theres gonna be a tonne of new boys i can potentially get with ( i hope )
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    (Original post by littlenorthernlass)
    I'm 21 and have never had a boyfriend. You have lots of time:sadnod:
    don't worry I'm 18 and haven't done anything like not even a kiss
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    you're 17 not ****ing 30.
    big deal
 
 
 
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