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Are all teenage girls this masochistic?
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Dude, you're only 17, and you want to have "intimate relations" with 15 or 16 year old girls? Wait a year and go for some cougars. They have experience, and you'll gain some. Just sayin'.


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thepeaguy wrote:

You learned the secret to getting chicks into you. Don't worship them and don't spend a dime on them. Honestly, most of them respect you for being a dick.

Just bang 'em and leave 'em bro. 17 is all about having fun. Indulge.

Chivalry is dead, and feminism killed it.


Eh...
I'm gonna stick with my nice-guy personality. I don't like being mean. If I find someone that likes me as I am, then, good. Until then, I'll stick with my 2D girls.


At least you won't be paying vaginamony.
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At least you won't be paying vaginamony.


Hehe, exactly!
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As a girl myself, I can tell you that distancing yourself is probably caused them to start swarming. A lot of girls don't like guys "pestering" them for dates. Nice guys tend to lose the dating game. I know this because I knew one who was too nice and kept trying to get me to date him...

It came off as really creepy.
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Windows 9x? Seriously? Isn't it about time you upgraded?
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kittyluva2 wrote:

As a girl myself, I can tell you that distancing yourself is probably caused them to start swarming. A lot of girls don't like guys "pestering" them for dates. Nice guys tend to lose the dating game. I know this because I knew one who was too nice and kept trying to get me to date him...

It came off as really creepy.


Would it have made a difference if said guy did everything the same - but pester you for dates? A nice guy that doesn't try to solicit dates from you?
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Ichiyamamoto wrote:


kittyluva2 wrote:

As a girl myself, I can tell you that distancing yourself is probably caused them to start swarming. A lot of girls don't like guys "pestering" them for dates. Nice guys tend to lose the dating game. I know this because I knew one who was too nice and kept trying to get me to date him...

It came off as really creepy.


Would it have made a difference if said guy did everything the same - but pester you for dates? A nice guy that doesn't try to solicit dates from you?


Well, it depends I think. He's a nice guy, but I only ever saw him as a friend. I could never picture myself dating him. His problem though is that he's dense as hell, can't take a hint, and he's too chivalrous. Some guys can make it work, but this particular guy just came off as a stalker.

If you can make it work, then it's all right, but if it doesn't work for you, try another strategy.
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Getting smarter by the second.

Thanks, I might have luck with girls now.
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It's interesting because the term "nice guy" only applies to guys who are nice to girls. There's no rule saying that a "nice guy" has to be nice to other guys.

Treat women right, get laid, then laugh at all the assholes who you hate that didn't get any. It's a lot more rewarding than conforming to the cliche idea that you have to be a prick to women in order to get laid.
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Only the ones you have proof of being masochistic.
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@Aimyay, dude you're only seventeen. When you get to college it will all be worth it... Also, don't take offense ladies, but you need to chill with the mixed signals. It can really confuse some guys and you know it...
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kittyluva2 wrote:


Ichiyamamoto wrote:


kittyluva2 wrote:

As a girl myself, I can tell you that distancing yourself is probably caused them to start swarming. A lot of girls don't like guys "pestering" them for dates. Nice guys tend to lose the dating game. I know this because I knew one who was too nice and kept trying to get me to date him...

It came off as really creepy.


Would it have made a difference if said guy did everything the same - but pester you for dates? A nice guy that doesn't try to solicit dates from you?


Well, it depends I think. He's a nice guy, but I only ever saw him as a friend. I could never picture myself dating him. His problem though is that he's dense as hell, can't take a hint, and he's too chivalrous. Some guys can make it work, but this particular guy just came off as a stalker.

If you can make it work, then it's all right, but if it doesn't work for you, try another strategy.


Thanks for the tips and all.
That description of reminds me of Sousuke Sagara from Full Metal Panic. Stalker and all. He got the girl. So, I'm gonna stick with my path.
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Aimyay wrote:

I've been bumping into a strange phenomenon lately,
a phenomenon which seems to repeat itself in a very consistent and almost regular pattern.

Around the age of 15/16 I kept an eye open for a nice young lady to possibly date and form some sort of intimate relationship with. Over those years I met a few interesting girls that I socialized with a quite a bit. I ended up inviting 3 of them (only two of them knew each other) to do fairly casual, non-imposing things such as coffee or lunch or dinner or sometimes a movie. All of them being single, only one of them took me up on the offer. The rest refused, saying they either weren't interested, or they "had other plans" in that tone of voice that is expected of someone who is in a rush to form some sort of excuse. And that one girl who did accept my offer set me aside and friend-zoned me a few days later, anyways.

As you would imagine I wasn't exactly enthralled about my luck with girls in general. I then came to the conclusion that I was the third wheel of theirs for a lot of things. So I did the easiest I could and cut them all loose. It's not like they cared, I got a small handful of mildly concerned texts and frowns in the hallway but that only lasted a month or so. I was pretty jaded and so I had decided that I'd give myself a nice long break from the opposite sex for the time being and focus all my time and money on only myself and my real friends.

NOW, one year to a year and a half later I've had all of these girls come to me some time within a year. They talk to me and pester me and poke and prod at me (to varying degrees due to each personality). It's like they completely forgot I was the kid they bluntly rejected barely 12 months ago. Even when I treat them like complete and utter trash to get them off my back they don't seem to get the idea. I haven't changed anything other than the way I've been distancing myself from girls for my own good. I look the same, I dress the same, I do the same things as before. What the hell do they want from me this time? Are they all masochists at this age or something? Is it something in the water? Have I started emitting pheromones that attract teenage girls?

Give me your thoughts, for the spirit of conversation, of course.

tl;dr: Oh great Crunchyroll forum, thy ultimate purveyor of advice regarding human relations, tell me, are all teenage girls (whether they're conscious of it or not) masochistic?



So these girls were your friends? You asked them out? All, but one rejected you, by the sounds of it in a nice way. One went out with you and she decided not to take things any further with you. You got upset, cut them all loose and then you start treating them like trash.

I bet they're making fun of you. I mean if someone was my friend up until the point I turned them down, than I would know they wanted more out of me than just my friendship. To be honest with you, I would say you're the bad guy here. I mean look at what you just wrote.

I feel sorry for these girls and if they are pissing you off. I would say you deserve it.
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moneygrip3030 wrote:

@Aimyay, dude you're only seventeen. When you get to college it will all be worth it...


The nice-guy routine? or the distancing?
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netdisorder wrote:

It's interesting because the term "nice guy" only applies to guys who are nice to girls. There's no rule saying that a "nice guy" has to be nice to other guys.

Treat women right, get laid, then laugh at all the assholes who you hate that didn't get any. It's a lot more rewarding than conforming to the cliche idea that you have to be a prick to women in order to get laid.


Is that your definition of nice? Being 'nice' in order to get laid isn't being 'nice'. It's being deceitful.
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I mean the general lack of luck with the ladies. High school chicks are notoriously wishy washy. A woman knows what she wants and wont play games. Most anyway... Also be confident. That will get you further than anything else... one more thing the more you act like you're not interested the more a chick will dig you. It's like they can't fathom you might think they aren't God;'s greatest creation. No offense ladies, but you know it drives it crazy....
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