It seems like everyone in the world has a significant other except me. I'm a senior in college, smart, in good shape (6'4"/185lbs, or 1.93m/84kg), I'm by no means broke... I just feel like this shouldn't be THAT hard.
My problem is probably that I have very limited dating experience (dated 2 girls in high school, couple months each). For whatever reason I'm just not comfortable going up to random people and asking them out, and I'm done asking out friends (only two girls I've ever worked up the courage to ask out were good friends, both rejected me).
Any advice on where to even look? I don't really do the bar/party seen that much (no time, I also probably take the rest of my life too seriously. oops). Is that the best place or are there better ways to go about it?
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be friends first but not too long and you need to flirt with them so they know your interested, generally girls will do nothing you have to initiate. They lose interest if you dont because they assume you dont want them. Wait to long on a friendship and you get "friend zoned.
Be acquaintances say hi to them all the time, talk to them regularly about casual topics like school. then when it feels right say "wanna grab a coffee" sometime. Or maybe ask to study together, get her number this way then just call her to talk or send friendly flirty text messages. College puts you in a good place to meet girls and casually be friend them, then just ask. Dont come on to strong though saying wanna go on a date might be too much at first. If its too hard for you this way just try online dating, then its straight to the point, but i think this way is more interesting.0