I'm 20 years and a virgin. I've had plenty of times to lose it and I've either been too scared or just grossed out at drunk guys. Anyway me and my friend downloaded Tinder and after a day I matched with someone who seemed nice. Moved things over to Snapchat and he messages a LOT. I will sometimes take a few hours to open his snaps and once I begin to type again he's online. Sends loads of stuff. A bit clingy to be honest and not the bestest looking but he seems very nice, has a degree and a decent job so I know he's not a waster. I'm just wondering if a 24 year old is maybe too old for someone like me with absolutely noooo experience? (I obviously know 24 isn't old! but in this context). And is this a bad sign that he's already quite clingy?!
TL;DR: What would you honestly think of a girl being 20 and still a virgin, despite being decent looking and at uni etc?
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Virgin (20f) talking to young professional (24m) from Tinder, good/bad idea? watch
- Thread Starter
- 05-02-2017 11:29
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- 05-02-2017 21:55
Nothing wrong with being a virgin at 20. Don't see how being "decent looking" and being a uni student has anything to do with it, there are lots of other people in the same boat as you.
- 05-02-2017 22:00
Yes it's a bad sign he might be too clingy.
With the snapchat thing though, at least with me, when somebody is typing a message it comes up on my phone and I get a notification even before you've sent the message. That might explain why he's online.
I don't get what you mean about him being too old in this context..? Can you elaborate
Don't worry about being a virgin.
- 19-02-2017 19:26
I'll take the win. 32 going on 33. Proud virgin. Have a great job and friends. Regarded as handsome and friendly. Always believed in waiting for the 1/marriage. Now realise that's not possible in modern day society, but happy to stay celibate than betray what I believe in. Tinder is about the worst place to look for a relationship - wouldn't touch it. Hold on in there. PM if you feel like discussing...would be eager to talk.
- 19-02-2017 19:35
You find him clingy and not good looking.. everything else is irrelevant. Stop wasting his time.