will i find a boyfriend at uni

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hi i go to an all girl school, am not popular and have strict parents
although i do get guys showing interest i have never had a bf and since i'm moving out for uni i hope to find someone

but i'm wondering is uni just like school as in i will most likely not find someone who likes me and stuff ... i'm 17 and have never even been friends with a boy

tbh i'm a loser and when guys have shown interest in pretty sure they either find my ugly or weird so yeah lol
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You might, you might not. Remember, you're not at uni to find a boyfriend so don't make it your priority. If you put yourself out there, socialise, go to events and meet people then you could potentially find one.
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Yeah it's possible, more socialising leads to higher chances of finding the "special one". Try to be open, this will help to expand your social circle.
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I hate how girls think they won't find a boyfriend, girls can find boyfriends in like 1 day. but if it was the other way round, where the boy was trying to get a girlfriend, they would need 2 months.
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Maybe. Maybe not. Take opportunities, broaden your horizons, meet new people.
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Maybe yes maybe no, who knows what the future holds ! You are in charge of your own destiny ,
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You'll be able to meet a lot more people at university but like everywhere some people do find partners and some don't... the more you put yourself out there the more likely you meet someone you like and who likes you
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Maybe. Lots of people definitely do. You end up meeting a lot of new people which is very helpful for doing that sort of thing.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
tbh i'm a loser and when guys have shown interest in pretty sure they either find my ugly or weird so yeah lol
If they show interest they probably don't think that. Else they probably wouldn't be showing interest.
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(Original post by ChemistryIsBest)
I hate how girls think they won't find a boyfriend, girls can find boyfriends in like 1 day. but if it was the other way round, where the boy was trying to get a girlfriend, they would need 2 months.
This is so true, if anything 2months is a massive understatement. An 'in crowd' sort of guy will have girls throwing themselves at him, but for most guys particularly those not socially skilled its a nightmare.

Girls always seem to think they have it bad, this is so not true, many/most guys have it way worse.

OP if you want to up your chances significantly where some fashionable sexy clothing that will attract guys attention. Stuff you see other girls wearing who are popular with guys, stuff girls wear in men's mags - nothing ott prostitute looking though, no need to go overboard - but definitely sexy i.e somewhat revealing tops, tight tops, push up/Wonderbra, tights, short skirts etc.

Also in addition to this look for a guy where there is natural chemistry. Plus help the guy out by talking about place where he might offer to go on a date with you.

Believe me, its much easier for girls to do stuff to make a guy take interest. Buying some sexy clothes is doable, getting a change of personality isn't.
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no, can confirm lol
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