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    I feel like they struggle to even look at me sometimes, and always are so friendly to my friends but never me. This is even when I smile or am really friendly to them. Why is this?
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    (Original post by emilyexlr2)
    I feel like they struggle to even look at me sometimes, and always are so friendly to my friends but never me. This is even when I smile or am really friendly to them. Why is this? https://imgur.com/a/YpxlF
    Your a pretty girl, ignore them. You will find someone nice soon. Let time go by.
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    (Original post by emilyexlr2)
    I feel like they struggle to even look at me sometimes, and always are so friendly to my friends but never me. This is even when I smile or am really friendly to them. Why is this? https://imgur.com/a/YpxlF
    Am I experiencing déja vu or have you already made a thread asking this same question?
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    (Original post by awkwardshortguy)
    Am I experiencing déja vu or have you already made a thread asking this same question?
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    You are alright man, the time will come for you, just be patient.
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    How old are you/they? You're definitely pretty it's nothing to do with your looks. Maybe here being immature brats? My advice would be just ignore them or maybe speak to other guys (who your friends don't know?) and you'll see it's not you, it's these guys.
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    It could be that you intimidate them, because they assume you are out of their league. Just remember that when it comes to girls, guys are really, really stupid. They just can't help it
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    (Original post by GrapeCrocodile)
    How old are you/they? You're definitely pretty it's nothing to do with your looks. Maybe here being immature brats? My advice would be just ignore them or maybe speak to other guys (who your friends don't know?) and you'll see it's not you, it's these guys.
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    (Original post by emilyexlr2)
    I’m 16
    If they're your age then they're definitely being losers. My sister is 16 and she had a similar problem (turned out her 'friends' were telling the boys her secrets or just generally talking about her). Ignore them and definitely speak to boys your friends don't know (don't get me wrong, I'm not saying it's your friends but the change will show you that's it's not you that's the problem but the boys). You'll look back at this in a few years and think 'why did I even care what these ***** thought?' Trust me 💗 Don't blame yourself for other people's rudeness and behaviour. There's nothing wrong with looking for faults in yourself to improve and become a better person but that's different to thinking you're the problem in this situation.
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    Some guys don't know how to talk to pretty girls, trust me when you get older you'll get floods of guys chatting you up.
 
 
 
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