I sometimes see cute or very cute girls see something wrong with them. Because how can a girls be so cute and have no boyfriend? All you have to do is walk outside and hundreds of men will try and talk to you yet you still have no boyfriend?
Do anyone see my logic? and why does it make me mad? lol
People call me cute all the time and I hardly ever get approached by guys (except for in bars or clubs) but people could be lying to me (which I'm starting to think they are). In the event that they're not lying I'm really shy. During the day I wear sunglasses to glass and pretty much keep my eyes to the ground or I'm staring off into space so I wouldn't know if guys are looking at me or not. Even if I see a hot guy I'll look and then suddenly become very interested in the ground again. In my experience guys don't try and talk to me off the street, whenever I wind up talking to a guy it's usually at a party over the weekend, probably because I look more approachable then. Also, my first/last relationship was a bad one so now I'm extra careful about who I date or hook up with, which lately has been no one, because I just have issues trusting guys as anything more than friends because I don't wanna get screwed over.
well yes that's logical, but not all girls wanna be in a relationship all the time! I was single for about 2 years before I met my current boyfriend, I would get offers left and right, but I just wanted to be single for awhile! not because I'm a hoe and didn't want to be chained down, just because relationships sometimes get boring or complicated or too intense. and I didn't want that at the time
They have standards and don't care to date a guy that they assume will hurt/use them.
They do not want to look like baffoons where they are labeled as bitches for dating only the jerks. They want Mr Right, the guy that will take care of them.
Their night-in-shining armor... They don't want the average kid. Each has their own personal desires, some are more focused on school... Some are waiting for mr right... some are waiting for their boyfriend to come home from the military. Who knows? Who cares? it's their choice...
And it doesn't frustrate me. Infact, I find satisfaction with it. Because I see that they are cute, where I start my approach. When I find out they are single, I'm dumbfounded and we usually have a conversation about it. I've met a lot of cool friends that way.
As stated, I imagine that it would be difficult for a lot of women to see where a guy is coming from and what his intentions are - there's plenty of us out there that are genuinely looking for relationships, but women have to be somewhat on guard because there's also plenty of creeps lurking about also.