And, well, it's not just that, I'm sick of couples and love in general. Seriously, I'm sick of them always acting like they know everything, or even anything. You've been in a relationship, you've had a girlfriend or boyfriend, you're not a virgin, how could you possibly know how I feel? They always say crap about how "it's not what it's made to be" or "you don't want a relationship at 16", well guess what, I do. You don't know anything, you've been in a relationship, I can't believe you because unlike you blessed fools, I have never experienced love. You people, you've experienced love, been loved, had sex, well I never have, you can't possibly think you could see things from my perspective. It's not fair, then every expectation is so fucking insane, how could I not be messed up when I have to be perfect to have a chance at a girlfriend? I'm so tired of these people thinking they know how I feel, they don't, I'm 16, never had a girlfriend, and still a virgin, what a loser. I'm one of the few virgins in my school, and I'm one of the only maybe 10 or so guys that have never had a girlfriend, well, and then girls are so shallow, you have to be a 10/10 always, ripped, sports champion, overly confident even if you fucking hate yourself. I hate them. Fuck it, time to give up and die.
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This might come across as a tad rude, however, I'm just trying to help.
Seriously please stop thinking this way-- pessimism and obsession is an immediate turn off for girls. For all you want, you can cry and rage all day... but you won't achieve shit. That's life in general: To get a job, you have to market your skills and assets. The same concept applies to relationships.
You are portraying yourself as a pessimistic, self-pitying, desperate, and bitter teenage boy. You're too pessimistic about life; therefore you wallow in constant self-pity. Soon you become even more desperate, and once facing rejection, you engulf yourself in extreme bitterness, quit, and then become even more pessimistic. It's a never ending cycle. So stop it.
You're thinking about the outcome (love and sex), but you're not thinking about how much you have to invest. Everyone tries to be the better person-- sometimes for themselves or for other reasons. You don't have to be ripped, hot, or those cliched characters on television. Just be the better, more positive person. Be that person that provides people encouragement, laughter, and smiles without any hidden intentions. Make them happy, and you'll feel better about yourself. (However, don't expect anything at all from being nice and sweet) That person gets all the chicks. Seriously.
Dating will eventually happen. Don't "give up and die", just get back up and try again. You're 16. You have the time to mess up and to recover. Sorry if this post has offended you, but I honestly want you to be happy and to be comfortable with yourself. Good luck :)0