the first girl i ever really had a crush on, was when i was in 8th grade. it wasn't even a crush since i didn't KNOW her, it was more lust, but, she was the first girl i had ever seen in that sort of way. she was in my English class that year, and i remember that she said she liked the end of the year project i did. pretty silly to develop a crush on a girl just from that, right? problem is, she was considered popular. i wasn't, even in high school i wasn't. i didn't really care to be, to be honest. but, i never did tell her how i felt. why should i have? anyway, does popularity really matter when it comes to women?
Most Helpful Girl
well we want to know that you can create social relationships because there's a problem if a person doesn't have *any* friends. We also don't want to be your *only* social outlet.0
Most Helpful Guy
In middle and high school yes it matters. But that's because popularity = status. Which women value. After highschool popularity is less and less valuable. And therefore that status is limited.0