I'm 16, 6ft2, 140lbs (i think), quite skinny/lanky, dark brown eyes (had to fix red-eye so they look weird in avatar). INTJ personality type. i listen to rap, hip-hop, rock, house, grime, reggae.. i haven't really got a favourite genre. i like to read, browse internet, debate, watch movies and tv shows.. i haven't got a lot of interests or hobbies though because i'm recovering from depression and anxiety. i'm interested in politics, science, martial arts, music and some other stuff to, i guess.
i did go to college but had to drop out for personal reasons, but i'm going back again soon to study Mechanical Engineering. atm i'm looking for volunteer work just for something to do.
i'm quite shy and awkward, especially around girls but i thinik i'm getting better at socialising. i'm a total virgin, only gone as far as a french kiss (only once when i was piss drunk) and spooning. i smoke weed but i'm trying my best to quit smoking but i have "cannabis dependancy" so that sucks.
i take personay hygiene quite seriously, i shower almost everyday and i brush my teeth at least once every day (trying to get into the habit of brushing twice everyday). if i had a crush or partner then i would have an incentive to be even more clean though.
so, would you do anything with me?
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Only 17 and you've already been to college? It's ok if you didn't finish. You're still Highschool age and have plenty of time to go back.
You sound like a good catch for girls your age.
But if I were you I'd start working on my shyness.
That's a start !
A lot of girls are old fashioned they want a guy to muster up enough courage and approach them.
Sure you'll get rejected at times, but it's worth a shot.
IF you stand back and wait for things to come to you, chances are It will never come !
Also, you're 6'2 and 140 ?
That's severely underweight.
Improve your mind and body.
Start improving your eating habits.
Eat larger quantities, drink protein shakes, and exercise for good health.
When you look better, you'll feel better.
This will help you in your overall confidence.
Continue furthering your education, doing well in life also impacts your self esteem in a positive way.1