When I was in college I didn't date at all. I had women interested in me but college aged girls just didn't interest me much at all. They'd invite me to parties but I would decline. Also, I'm introverted and don't really trust people. Overall, I'm just not a big fan of dating period. Was anybody else like this?
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I just dated the one guy for two years. After that, I didn't date (didn't date much in high school, either). I'm a bit of an introvert that doesn't like to party.1
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College girls strike me as untrusthworty (total stereotype) because they appear to want and love attention (and will never outwardly give it), yet there's a high chance she's one of the following:
1. Crushing/Dating/In relationship
2. Prohibited by family/religion
3. Living in an ideal world waiting for STEM stud.
4. Not interested in average guys when she can do better by virtue of being young and in prime.
5. Getting offers from guys 10-20 years older to pay for her lifestyle. The gold is addicting.
6. She's so busy, and you're not worth it.
It's way too much risk with too many unknown variables to stop a random attractive girl and get to know her. Especially with college aged girls. I've already missed a few and realized that approaching these girls only contributes to this imbalanced culture where guys have no immaterial bargaining power. So I don't.
And in the final semester of my program, I encounter a highly intelligent, extroverted geek girl that actually likes me. There's a chance I might date after all, in spite of everything just said.0