(my hair is quite short, it hardly touches my shoulders actually)
(I did do model jobs before despite the fact that I honestly don’t think I’m very pretty and I feel like me not ever having had a boyfriend yet is actually a pretty good proof for me being right in this point)
I’m also very tall (5’9’’) so u can probably already imagine my struggles of finding someone tall enough..
Now the thing is that although people constantly tell me I’m oh so pretty I’ve never been really confident about myself or the ways I look so I would never even dare to take the first step if I’m interested in someone which is weird because I’m actually very outgoing with my friends but as soon as someone attractive turns up I just want to be invisible for some reason..
Now I'm already 19 and about to go to uni next fall and I just have the feeling that literally all my friends have or had at least one person they are or used to be dating so far or at least someone who had a crush on them.
My problem might just be that I may be way too picky because I’m only ever really interested in like 2% of the guys on this planet..(means tall enough (!!), interesting personality, attractive to me, etc etc.) - and when I’m lucky enough to see someone that actually catches my attention I’m usually way too shy and insecure to go talk to them. It’s a doom loop. But then again how could I try to be more interested in a guy if I feel zero attraction towards them
This whole boyfriend/relationship thingy just doesn’t seem to work for me so maybe I’m just meant to be forever alone? :/
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Wow! You're the cutest!
I do think you're quite beautiful.
And i can tell you right now - for some reason guys don't ask out those shy, introverted but beautiful girls. Ever.
No idea why, because all I could imagine and ask on this site - all of those suspicions have been refuted. So it's not because of your looks, might be because you seem too introverted and maybe you don't look like you want others around you.
Ad least that's what I've concluded.
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