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    I'm pretty invisible. I don't really consider myself as attractive and I suppose that might be the problem. The fact is that I've got quite a docile and soft "baby" face, so guys seem to find me cute (or so they say, to be nice), but never see me in "that" way.

    I'm quite sarcastic and sassy. I presume that people have made a certain assumption of my personality based on how I look and so people often are pleasantly surprised at the witty things I say - they never expect someone who looks like myself to say such things. As a result, I've made quite a few friends because of it. Yet, the closest thing I've had to a relationship at uni was a drunk kiss with a guy I wouldn't even recognise. Can you offer me any advice?
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    They come when you least expect it. Tbh, any expectation of a relationship is going to set You up for a huge disappointment. I'd say it's much better to be actually doing something useful with your life and loving what you do, that will get you lots of admirers
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    Dunno really - just put yourself out there and you'd be suprised like alot of people now also like people with a good personality - or.. just whip them out im sure that will help
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    id say put yourself out there more. dont really know what else to say
 
 
 
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