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26 virgin ugly

Discussion in 'Loneliness' started by unimportant, Mar 30, 2021.

  1. brassknucks

    brassknucks Fapstronaut

    Bro, by women's standards, unless you're a top Gigachad, they deem 80-90 percent of men as ugly/unattractive.
    Last edited: Apr 27, 2021
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  2. hey least you had a relationship, clearly girl fancy you but somethin is pushing them away and its possibly because you dont love yourself and im sure you heard b4 but you deserve love too you know. Women go through alot with depression and body image i guess they lean on you to be the strong one and i know its unfair it could even be you havent a girl who was good enough for you. I just wanna say you certainly have more chance finding someone than me so please focus on the good and what you are grateful for. xx
  3. unimportant

    unimportant Fapstronaut

    I'm definitely not lost to victimization, just lonely and would like love. The virgin element is not so much about sex itself, you can go to the club and get that taken care of, I'm not interested in sex without passion.

    It's pretty standard fair for late teens early twenties, but at this point it's pretty sad. At 26 there is no way I'll meet someone who is a virgin, so I've totally put that out of my head, it's just about meeting someone at all. The pandemic is soul crushing atop this, and even afterwards my self employment will make meeting women virtually impossible (never been the "chat up a random girl" type.
  4. remember: the most attractive trait is confidence
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  5. Melkhiresa

    Melkhiresa Fapstronaut

    and big wallet.
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  6. Mr.Tony

    Mr.Tony Fapstronaut

    Which country are you from ?
  7. ...and don't be like this guy
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  8. Marourag

    Marourag Fapstronaut

    you don't know what you're talking about

    when you're ugly:
    success = money = confidence = attractiveness
    money comes before, and brings confidence
  9. if you can't be confident with average income then you have problems
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  10. Marourag

    Marourag Fapstronaut

    you can't be confident if you're average, or below
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  11. PornisMyGirlfriend

    PornisMyGirlfriend Fapstronaut

    I really have to disagree here. Why work out ?
    Working out is one of the " modern dictates " of todays society that keeps people in the illusion that they were no one and will become someone, even "better people".
    Everywhere in the street and in every corner there is a gym now and publicity about "perfect bodies" and it affects people who don´t have " those perfect bodies".
    Yesterday I didn´t work out...today I am a fit muscle man and I have confidence ? That is equal to saying -> looking at yourself in the mirror everyday and building a narcissistic way of life will give you confidence. Because that is what´s going to happen unfortunately. No one can escape the mirror and "the imperfections" of your past ugly body you will want to erase once you are deep down in it.
    Confidence is in the head no matter how you look like.

    I have a very good knowledge of those things because I knewt people who became " work out monsters " and this working out " to be someone else " became an addiction to them. With time I began to have more problems discussing with those people because they would interfere in my own life and try to change me! -> "dude, eat better, go work out, you look like you need it etc...". I just left them with their excel work-out sheet and diet books....
    Those people had to follow their work out programme, not pick up the phone when called etc....it literally invaded their life so much that they forgot about the social side.

    That is the worst councel one can give -> working out is far from being the solution to someone´s pain, loneliness or relationship problems.
  12. My advice is about becoming healthy if you previously were not. It made a big difference for me, in my moods, energy level, and self-image. I’m not advocating becoming completely obsessed with appearance or dedicating one’s entire life to the gym and diets. Some balance is healthy in general.
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