Seriously, like, say, if I'm outside on a given day, jogging in the park, for instance, it's always cute white girls that seem to notice me, but never cute black girls, they just ignore me, what gives, shouldn't it be the other way around? And, if I were walking around my neighborhood, it's always really unattractive black girls that notice me, but, again, not the cute ones, what the hell. It's not fair, when I was more into white girls only black girls noticed me, now that I'm more into black girls only white girls notice me, why does shit like this always have to happen?
Most Helpful Girl
What the hell do you mean "it should be the other way around" ? Are cute black girls so beneath cute white girls and/or you that they should definitely be noticing you, while cute white girls would understandably not be interested (if they weren't) or not show a lot of interest? Yeah, okay. I'm not sure how you meant it, but thats how I took it. Its not a big deal, but I do think you sound like you feel you're entitled to attention from someone. People tell me I'm beautiful and I'm black, and no one should feel like it should just be a fact that I must notice them. If they do, they can go fuck themselves because that attitude alone would get a major "next" from me. Work on your personality first, then worry about how "cute" the girls are who notice you. I know you're a teenager, but it's never too early to start becoming a better human being. Good luck.0
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Most Helpful Guy
Based on your description, I'm assuming you're at least a somewhat attractive black male. And if that's true, then I think it's because ugly black girls and white girls want what they can't have. The ugly black girls want you because you look good and white girls want you because it's exotic (to them). You have to work for the cute black girls. You may be surprised about how much they want you though once you break through. I'm black and still go through this same thing.1