he's 24 and never been in a "real" relationship because he just doesn't like anybody. He basically trys to go for the attractive girls that like him and stops because he just doesn't like them like that and ends up denying them. He hasn't had a crush in about 6 years.
but if he honestly liked you would it be a turnoff or dealbreaker?
Most Helpful Girl
No I wouldn't resent it because I'm similarly picky. I could never be serious about someone who isn't incredibly handsome (to me at least) and has the best rarest personality ever - At the top 5% ---> drop dead gorgeous (but not full of himself), sensitive empath/HSP, amazing, passionate, outgoing, a go getter, loyal and witty conversationalist.
But you should be careful about judging people too harshly on clothing style. Sometimes people are forced to play a certain role and wearing bold statement/fantasy clothes aren't always practical for the activities they engage in 90% of the time. Personally I love wearing goth clothes with a splash of color, but the outfits I want are expensive and a bit too theatrical for daily activities. Seeing me in the street you would never suspect that the skeletons in my closet prefer Rococo Versailles goth clothing.
honestly what does being a tomboy even mean at our age. I don't really have the energy to wrestle, climb trees but I'll occasionally beat you at Smash brawl, work myself into a competitive frenzy and high five you for that sweet football toss. I still haven't found a matching makeup foundation, and feel 5-8 years behind other girls about girl stuff. I'll be completely honest and straightforward, explain what to do when I get emotional, avoid flirting/awkward stuff and keep things platonic. Is that what being a tomboy meams?0
Most Helpful Guy
He sounds rather like me... given that it is not "tomboys" that I like per say, but rather those with a personality that comes across as a mix between a mighty warrior and a dark Queen.0