I'm curious to see if there is a difference of opinion related to gender.
Same scenario for guys and girls: The guy/girl is crippilingly shy and awkward. Can barely look you in the eye. You have to initiate most social interactions. Man/woman of few words. Has low self esteem. Has little to no friends. Sexually inexperienced/virgin. Can't flirt for shit. Sometimes oblivious to your flirting attempts. Sometimes avoids you because he/she is so shy. Is otherwise ideal boyfriend/girlfriend material.
Would you be turned off? Turned on? Or would you feel indifferent?
- Turned onVote A
- IndifferentVote B
- Turned offVote C
- OtherVote D
Most Helpful Girl
i am intrigued by enigmatic people. socially awkward not so much. shy people are actually very very interesting because all shyness is is simply a wall, and if you're bothered enough finding out what it's made of you'll be surprised every time.
like u said though, some people just dont have people skills and that's a shame. i think that comes from not wanting to interact with others.5
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Most Helpful Guy
shy is cute, socially awkward is not
one girl i knew had no brain to mouth filter
another loved to call and hang up
one girl said this super weird pickup line about me being a turkey or something
all super weird turnoffs
other girls get all blushy or nervous, thats fine
not to the point where you start spouting out some weird random crap but if you're just embarrassed i can be very comforting in a way no woman would ever be to a man. if they sense any amount of weakness they shine the hotlight on it and try to trip you up. there are girls out there who intentionally make things awkward for guys, or blame guys for their own deliberate social awkwardness, and i think thats stupid. i've literally said fuck you or hung up on girls who do that because if you're seriously intent on fucking with the discourse to "test" me then you don't fucking deserve to talk to me
the male version of that: