I'm 5'8 and about 20-25 lbs overweight, I've lost about 30 pounds already, but the last 20 are being difficult. No guys have ever liked me, that I know of. It's not like I'm ugly, I wouldn't be ashamed to call myself very pretty. I get compliments all the time about how pretty I am, but no guys seem to even remotely like me.
Or do you not even consider a girl a bit overweight?
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Guys will find this question difficult because numbers don't mean anything to us.
It always amazes me that a girl can say something like "I'm 5'7 and weigh 143lbs" and other girls know immediately what that looks like.
Guys really don't have a clue when it comes to numbers. We need photos.
Anyway to answer your question - you state as if it were fact that no guy has ever liked you. That's probably not true. And considering how often what we verbalise about ourselves becomes a self-repeating mantra, accuracy is important. If you repeat that often enough about yourself, it will feel true, and make you feel like sh*t.
So be *exact* with your phrases. No guy has ever approached you? No guy has ever asked you out? No guy that you actually wanted to date, has ever asked you out? Something like that.
You'd have to be amazingly ugly for no guy to have ever liked you. What you have to remember is that you're under 18, so I presume are the guys you're interested in.
And guys under 18 aren't exactly brewing with the confidence to walk up to a girl they like and go "hey". And even if they were, girls at that age are often dumb enough to deny and deny that they like a guy, then cry when he dates someone else.
Accept as a given that some guy or guys out there do like you - they just haven't had the guts to do anything about it.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find those guys and make yourself approachable to them. Since finding them is hard, you might take the tried-and-true path, of making yourself approachable to lots of guys.
And the key to that, is three-fold :
1) Learn what guys actually look for, not what the media or other women have told you they look for.
2) Accentuate the positives in yourself - If you've got small boobs, be proud of that, accentuate it, don't compare yourself with big boobed rivals. There are lots of guys who like them small. You can't compete for the guys who like them big, so don't waste your time competing with the big-boobed girls. This goes for virtually *all* aspects of your body. Learn to love them.
3) Learn the art of verbal flirtation - it's totally unlike all the forms of communication you've learned so far as a girl. It's not about body language, subtle glances and stuff like that. It's about *surface* level communication. Where the deepest it gets is an obvious double-entendre. It involves listening to what guys say, and not over-analysing it to death.
Master those, and you'll have your choice of men for as long as you live.1