I have never had a girlfriend so maybe I should be the last person to be nitpicking like this but I still have standards, my question is if they are unreasonable?
I want her to be intelligent, highly educated since I am studying at university myself. A decent person with a good heart. Not a smoker. Not a club girl, since I never go clubbing. Not clingy, will give me my time and space when I need it. Physically I need her to be curvy, thick, with 40inch+ hips and big butt and big boobs. I work out consistenly and am in great shape so I dont think I am a hypocrite to require a girl with an amazing body, and I like curvy girls. I prefer blonde and redhair but this is not a requirement. I also prefer blue/green eyes but this is not a requirement either.
Your dating poll has shrunk like crazy with the 6th requirement. According to a study with many female participants, only 8% of them had an hourglass shape. If we are excluding the hourglass shaped women whose hips and breast circumference is less than 40 inches, you are left with 7%. From which you surely expect only your age group, aka 4%. Then you also want her to be a college graduate, so 2%. Then ideally you want her to be blonde with blue eyes, so 0.5%. I don't say that they are unrealistical, but only a really small % of people fit your standards, so good luck with that.
I think being this late without losing the pesky virginity can really screw with your chances of getting a girl that fits your ideal resume.
You're up against a lot of guys who have had girlfriends, who know how to talk to a girl as an equal partner, know how to become intimate with her, know how to lure her attraction.
I think it's better to loosen the standards for your first. After all, you don't even know what you like yet since you haven't had any girlfriends. This kind of resume is based on fantasy, like a dream job without any job experience (you might realize you hate the job you wanted so badly after).
So that's not to suggest you should "settle", but I think as a virgin not just sexually but to this whole love game, you should broaden your standards a bit. Narrow them as you get experience if your first girlfriend doesn't work out, e. g.
I don't think so. You're not asking for anything unreasonable. As far as education level and body type go, you are just asking for the equivalent of what you are, and everyone has preferences as far as hair/eye color or other physical features go. It is natural.
Yeah, a bit too critical. Give more girls a chance and you actually may find what you really love in a woman run deeper than your laundry list. In doing so, you may ACTUALKY get a girlfriend one you adore.
The curvy requirement doesn't come naturally to women, reconsider that one. And what do you consider to be highly intelligent. I for example do not have a degree but do a graduate level job... Do you need paper evidence for intelligence? I'm just curious
Why not just find a girl your into and see if it works out?-lol. The guy I ended up with (together for 13years, married for 9) was the "opposite" of my type look wise. He loves it now... says he's my exception. Keep your options open.
Lol it's not about your standards. It's about any girl giving you the time of day. And none has. Even if you had no standards, you still would be alone because you're not solving the problem.
Not unreasonable but the more criteria you have in place, you narrow the potential - Your ideal woman could be ever so slightly outside that - Have a completely open range and whoever you go for is just the person you like the most.