Inexperienced girls chase after me like crazy, but the experienced girls seem like they don't even notice me?

I don't mean to sound arrogant, but I've been told several times by men and women alike that I am a very attractive guy. I work out a lot so I'm in great shape. I'm smart and I get mostly A's in college level classes (I'm a senior in highschool). I'm also fairly popular and social, I have a lot of money that I got from working, and I'm generally a nice and down to earth kind of guy. So I pretty much have the less experienced girls (when it comes to relationships) lined up that are interested, but I'm almost never attracted to them. I have moderate experience in the dating department, so I see myself ready to move on to an more mature relationship with the more experienced girls, but it seems like they don't even notice me. Is this just because they know how to make it seems less obvious that they like someone unlike the girls th at are new to dating? Or is there something wrong with me? The only reasons I can think of is that I can be socially awkward at times, and many think that I'm taken or uninterested because I can be uptight at times and appear to be uninterested.


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  • If you have as much going for you as you say it might be they think they don't have enough to hold your interest so why bother. More experienced girls generally learn to bring their expectation in line with what they have to offer.

    • Well I think it also might have to do with the fact that I don't flirt much, and I am a picky guy that only goes for at least an 8/10 girl, but sadly these girls are usually not deep thinkers like myself and they are boring to me. I don't keep up with all of celebrities and sports so they might check me off as boring on their list as well. I just hope that people will grow up after highschool and realize that it's not all about who's more popular or what happened to kim kardashian.