I lost weight and I went from not getting any guy attention to getting a lot more of it now. Back in my fat days I used to be able to be friendly and nice, and have it just be returned to me normally. Lately if I act the way I used to guys will take it and run and think they have a chance with me. I can't even smile at a guy without him trying to get with me. Or they check you out and you can sense that they want you.
So to avoid a lot of unwanted attention, I'm not as friendly as I used to be. I'm more aloof and only talk to people I really want to now. Maybe this is why good looking girls have a stereotype of being snobby. But I want to know can anyone else relate to that?
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I think lots of girls can relate - as I got older I started noticing that sort of attention, and it made me uncomfortable. I can be guarded if a guy starts talking to me and asking questions, as I learned from experience that he usually only wants one thing from me.
I don't enjoy thinking of people that way and I want to give everyone the benefit of the doubt, but it's just not wise.1