I was a model for 3 years, I'm not going to go into detail because it's not relevant. I do not act snooty, but sometimes my friends say I give off an unapproachable vibe when in reality I love to talk to people, I really do. Except for guys. I do not mean all guys, but I have a really hard time talking to guys and having the conversation go anywhere in depth, it's just them complimenting me all over the place probably because they just want to sleep with me. even the guy I'm seeing right now told me the other night that I "exude sex appeal" I don't want to hear that even though I'm sure he meant it as a compliment, I want to talk about ME who I am, what I do, what my interests are but it seems to be really god damn hard.
- when it comes to girls like you, you will always unfortunately pull douche bagsVote A
- all you can do is do you best to shut down a conversation that gets too much into looksVote B
- just quit dating for a while, it seems like it makes you miserableVote C
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The thing about models is that every guy would date (sleep with) a model but the number of guys that would want something serious with one is significantly lower. Some guys go for models just to brag to their friends about it. Also I'm sure you know that there is a sterotype for models being promiscuous, dumb, and stuck up. Im not saying you are but I'm sure you are aware of that stereotype and unfortunately you might get lumped into that category if you don't prove otherwise.
Well if you're attractive a lot of guys might be too insecure to approach you. The guys that do approach you are probably confident. The guys that are confident are more likely to be players or guys looking for sex. So being an attractive girl you are just more likely to attract those types of guys.
Also the fact that you were involved in the modeling industry might make guys hesitant to get seriously involved with you. I've never been involved in the industry but it doesn't have the best reputation. Id wonder what she did behind the scenes and what type of pictures she posed for. Like I said I don't have any experience with the industry but I don't have a very good opinion of the modeling industry based on what I've read. Like when I think model I think of a girl posing povoccatively for a creepy dude like Terry Richardson and that is kinda a turn off. So if a girl told me she was a model I'd have trouble trusting her.0
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