Honestly, who thinks they need to lower their standards or just be alone? I'm coming to a point where I understand that I need to just be content with being alone lol I know I'm not hot or sexy at all and yet I want guys who are that way. A cute face doesn't get you very far on it's own, if your body isn't all this or that. And I'll be honest my personality is a bit much for most people, as far as a relationship goes. Its irrational and hypocritical for me to be set on these hot guys. But I don't want uggos either so I'd rather just be by myself.
Can anyone else relate? Or am I just weird? lol that's a possibility as well. And it doesn't help when you have friends telling you that you're attractive when you're really not, and expecting you to be with cute guys and saying you can do better when you really can't. Oy, genetics are a bitch.
I just try to focus on other sh*t and leave guys alone. Like I'm just not competing with gorgeous, hot girls because we all know I'm going to lose. I'm not even bitter or angry about it. I mean if I'm trying to talk to a guy and miss perfect comes over, I will literally voluntarily peace out lol I'm only 21 but I'm already at the point where I know it's pointless to compete for some guy or try to get him to like me if he's good looking. Even when they like me, I'd rather not even go there. A hot guy is going to have hot, sexy girls after him. And I expect him to dump me or cheat on me because I'm not very attractive. I just think it's smarter to avoid that, and to avoid rejection which is almost certain in my case.
So not a pity party right now, just being honest about my reality. Anyone else have the same situation or maybe something similar that makes you feel like your standards are too high for another reason?
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Girls who think they're unattractive can get guys they find very attractive if there's chemistry and their personalities are a good match.
My boyfriend is much more attractive than me, but for some insane reason or another he loves me, and that's why he's with me.
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