I've never had luck when it comes to approaching women, asking them out, or anything in the sort. I've tried online dating (didn't work out at all), girls in my college courses (I've tried since fall 2015, but no luck), clubs/sports (was a disaster), and I'm just at a loss of what to do. I have no friends so I can't ask for help. Am I just up the creek without a paddle? Summer semester started, and I hoped for a change in my luck, but to no avail. Should I just throw my hands up and accept defeat?
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Dude, I mean, women are basically everywhere. If you are a cool dude, then you could end up with a relationship that emerges organically from... just about *any* interaction, anywhere.
How I met my 2 most serious boyfriends before my husband:
• One, I met cruising tallboys (= Mexican car culture of the '90's) down Anaheim Street.
• The other, I met while stuck in traffic.
Oh, was THAT a fucking story for the ages. Paratransit van on the 710 freeway, mentally handicapped patient managed to unlock the doors from the inside and jump out into 75mph traffic... yeahhh
We both saw it happen, too. Ugh, what a way for a relationship to start lol.
And I met my husband at an airport gate.
I mean... you get me, right? Of these three, only one (the first) was really any sort of social environment where people "typically" met the opposite sex. The others -- just chance encounters.
Love could be anywhere, anytime.
But, first you gotta work on yourself. See my comment below anon 18-24 for more on that.