What do you think about shy quieter girls?

I'm in my early twenties and unlike a lot of girls I am quite reserved. I can talk freely and be funny in one to one conversations and in small groups (no more than 3 others) but as soon as I'm in a big group situation often I find I can' get a word in a join in, so end up sitting and smiling. I'm not a mute but mostly I'm the quietest in the room. Except for at home when I'm actually very extroverted with my family!

So I'm asking this as I'm started to date again following a break up.
What do you think about shy girls? Personally I can't stand the kind of people who feel the need to express their opiions and talk about themselves all the time, but then I know that it' these people who are often easier to talk to.


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  • There's a charm to a shy girl in my opinion, the mystery and the slow unfolding of their personality it rewarding, someone who shows everything in the first impression has nothing more to offer.

    Loud people have their place, but usually empty vessels make the most noise.

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  • Quite girls are cute and all I myself USED to be one in school but I'm not anymore cuz... weeeeell... I'm always quite around people it's just a habit so when I moved to this new country I started new school and it took me TWO FRIGGIN' YEARS to speak to them they always spoke to me but I just smiled as a response I never talked to anyone unless they aske me sth and I got tired I was Like "why can't I be like them? " and so on new year, one of my new year resolution was to start speaking to my classmates and BANG I made it and I talk to them some of them are surprised tbh πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ but remember that saying "the quite one's are the dangerous ones"

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What Guys Said 45

  • Still waters run very deep. I think that being reserved in large settings is not a bad thing. It's actually nice that someone would rather be the center of my universe than the entire universe.
    If I am going out on a date with you, I am interested in you. I will find a way to involve and engage you.

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  • I like you but with you being reserved I can never tell if your into me so I will usually assume you don't.

    I find shy girls can have a great conversation but aren't great at showing interest past friendly.

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  • I prefer small groups as well. I don't see the point of having a large group since you can't speak to everyone at one time.

    Not to mention in big groups there's a higher chance there might be someone there I despise.

    I'm ok with shy girls as long as she puts in the effort to communicate and get to know me.

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  • I'm quite shy myself so I can understand completely. The only thing I'd be worried about with dating a shy girl is that it might be awkward with us both being shy, that would be difficult to get past I think. I feel like it would be easier with an outgoing girl who brought me out of my shell.

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  • I like shy girl, but I'm pretty quiet myself as well. I only really go full on in a conversation with my small group of friends, but no bigger. If it's a big group I tend to feel uncomfortable and either find refuge in my phone or find a place where I can be alone and in peace.

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What Girls Said 4

  • You sound reserved more than shy but either one are qualities seriously lacking in our culture. If you're shy but don't lack confidence or depth I don't see what the problem would be! Being loud & lacking either qualities is so much more offensive πŸ˜‰

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  • Quiet people in general are full of suprises...πŸ˜‰

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  • Thats coool

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  • Im pretty shy

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