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 No.176887

>go grocery shopping with my mother and aunt, one of the few times I've left my house this year
>hanged out with friend earlier today so I'm wearing my coolest clothes, ready in case I meet someone cute
>see guy who's literally perfect to me, with an older woman and a girl who are almost certainly his mom and sister
>try (unsuccessfully) to approach him 3 times, can't think of anything good to say, can't decide whether to be direct or """SuBtLe"""
>he probably already noticed that I've been following him around
>don't want to make the same mistake I made last year with another guy I saw at the same place and regret it for another year
>ask my mother for 5 more minutes before we leave, so that I can get his number
>she's curious and wants to see which guy is making me act so bold (this would have been the first time I did something like this), so she stays with me waiting for them to go to the checkouts
>she starts giving me her shitty advice, as if scolding me for being proactive (once again)
>"women shouldn't be the ones to approach men first, you should wait for them to pursue you", "men will think you're loose if you go after them"
>"but what if my type of guy is too shy to approach women?"
>"just look at your dad, he couldn't have been more shy, and he got the courage to talk to me"
>they met at a fucking wedding where single people are expected to socialize and flirt, plus a mutual friend introduced them, and my dad's a normie, this is a completely different context
>"the kind of guy I like can't talk to women just like that!"
>"your aunt is hungry, we have to go"
>cannot see the guy again as I leave the supermarket against my will
>I'm so fucking pissed that I start to tear up
>eat the chocolate that my friend gave me as a birthday gift
FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU
F U C K Y O U
IT'S ALWAYS THE SAME BULLSHIT

 No.176888

What a shitty story.

 No.176892

Are you a femoid

 No.176895

>asking out strangers in a grocery store

you are obviously autistic and lucky you didn't embarrass yourself.

 No.176897

>>176895
I've met people and gotten their number in stranger places

 No.176910

If you're looking for a dick down girl no worries, I got you.

 No.177003

I wish more female customer would do this

 No.177004

Ignore what these other fags are saying, it was good of you to try and approach him. I wish more girls could think the same.
I just woke up from a dream where this happened, a random girl started flirting with ne. And I literally woke up because I thought in the dream "this shit ain't real, I'm gonna bail".

 No.177006

i don't even go to the store

 No.177011

>>177006
you should try it
the store has fun things like chocolate and alcohol

 No.177012

Happy birthday!

 No.177016

He wouldve laughed at you because asking someone out ina grocery store is quite possibly the most autistic thing there is

 No.177017

>>177016
>He wouldve laughed at you because asking someone out ina grocery store is quite possibly the most autistic thing there is
Nah, convincing yourself you 'have a type' is more autistic.

 No.177020

Yo I told your mom to do this so I could fug him instead lmao

BOTTOM TEXT

 No.177031

>"women shouldn't be the ones to approach men first, you should wait for them to pursue you", "men will think you're loose if you go after them"

Whack your mum in the head for me
Women like her are the reason the why gender and sex is so over complicated

Goddamn overthinking prudes

 No.177032

These femcel posts are always fascinating, please post more.

 No.177033

>>177032
I'm just genuinely curious as to how hot the guy she wanted to give her number to was

 No.177035

>>177017
Everyone 'has a type' though, I doubt there's anyone that's attracted to literally everyone.

 No.177287

>>177004
>And I literally woke up because I thought in the dream "this shit ain't real, I'm gonna bail".
Kek, this happened to me recently but with a specific person I have a crush on.

>>177020
Fake, my aunt already has a boyfriend and they fuck several times a week.

>>177012
Thanks anon, it's nice to get this message from unexpected places instead of the usual obligatory "happy birthday" from relatives I can barely tell apart.

>>177017
I'm able to fall for people who aren't exactly "my type" too, but in general I tend to be more attracted to a certain kind of guy. That's pretty normal, isn't it?

Anyway thank you /siberia/ for not acting like total dicks about this, I would've posted on that other imageboard but they would've probably called me names for liking men in the first place.

 No.178388

>>177031
>women shouldn't be the ones to approach men first, you should wait for them to pursue you
Weird thing to believe because it's always men who are expected to act first. This is also why most of us are still virgins.

 No.178404

As a moid who has been occasionally approached aggressively, I'd say it can hurt, but don't get your hopes up from incels online say they'll cum in their pants if any woman ever talks to them.

I remember talking to my femoid cousin about dating and we were debating if it's better to date as a man or a woman and I said, "it's better to be a woman because you just have to take care of your appearance and go to the right place and then get offers." She said "yeah but it's never the guys you're interested in that ask you out."

You have to understand, for guys that get regularly approached it's a lot of the same shit. I'm sure you've been approached in your life by men you weren't interested in as well.

Also TBH, as a man it's funny when women get thirsty in public, but they can't even said a word, instead they just like to box you in and block you from walking around until you talk to them lol. I guess I shouldn't be bitter but as man all the times you approached a woman and she would pretend to be deaf or laugh or some other mean shit, yeah I laugh at women acting clownishly thirsty. Say something, shoot your shot, or get out of the way.

 No.178405

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This is how you do it.

 No.178417

>>178405
sauce?

 No.178418

>>178417
Re:CREATORS

 No.178469

I would honestly prefer a woman to rip my pants off and start humping my dick right then and there in the grocery store

Straight forward people are the best to deal with

 No.178473

>>176895
>""anarcho-nihlist"" high on spooks
For shame.

 No.178474

>>178469
>WAOW ANON DO YOU KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND A BANANA IN THIS GROCERY STORE? HA! HA! HA!

 No.178522

>>178404
>I guess I shouldn't be bitter but as man all the times you approached a woman and she would pretend to be deaf or laugh or some other mean shit, yeah I laugh at women acting clownishly thirsty.
<some women were complete assholes to me
<better punish the ones who did the opposite
Sasuga retard-kun

 No.178524

>>178405
Goddamn what a fucking cutie, this is literally what I want to do

 No.178540

>>177004
>I wish more girls could think the same.
Same tbh

>I just woke up from a dream where this happened, a random girl started flirting with ne. And I literally woke up because I thought in the dream "this shit ain't real, I'm gonna bail".

Kek

>>178405
>Shark teeth
Y tho?

Also, why do I get the feeling that she's a yandere lmao

 No.178727

>>178522
Well for clarity I meant figurative laughing on my part. I actually got literally laughed at.

But, I'm saying women need to use words. If I'm out and about in a mood for looking for dates I can make the approach myself. The "don't please stand so close to me" like some weirdo doesn't really do anything for me. Also when it rains it pours phenomenon. Never seen women act as thirsty as when there is more than one woman already acting thirsty for me in some situation.

I forgot I have gone out with some women who approached first and it's always been some crazy chick with daddy issues who has a whole spread sheet of guys that's she's fucking with or has on the hook anyways.

I'll tell you the woman I most remember turning down was this girl who was very straight forward with me in high school. She straight up asked to take me out for a dinner date lol. I could tell she wasn't really my type though, so I dunno, I didn't feel like it'd be right, to be leading on a nice girl like that when I didn't really see that much compatibility/similarity.

 No.181259

>>178540
Not really sure but I think that clip might be from re:Creators which is about fictional characters suddenly appearing in the real world. So, in the story, she might be a fictional character interacting with a random real guy she saw.

 No.181260

for fucks sake I haven't been here for a week and you're still bumping htis?

 No.181262

>>181260
I had only left one reply the same day, and just bumped it right now because I linked to it in another thread, and saw this one was still up, read the new replies, etc

 No.181284

girl for real
just fucking fgo up to him and say hi
if he doesn't immediately get the hint
ask him out

he has probably never had a girl ask him out and even if you don't end up in a relationship he will literally remember that moment the rest of his life as that time he was validated by a girl for being attractive

 No.181285

>>181284
/thread
It boggles my mind how women can be so perceptive yet so incredibly unaware. If a girl complimented me I would probably start crying on the spot, I'd be a mess lol

 No.181286

>>181285
women are mostly spooked by the memes about the differences between men and women
most men want the same basic things most women want, if you take away the dumb shit that people are socialized into (macho shit, having a wedding, etc)
at the end of the day everybody just wants to be wanted and to be accepted for who they are by someone they want and they accept for who they are

everything else is just complication put on top to make it harder for you to find personal happiness because personal happiness is not ideal for the ruling class (because you consoom as a cope)
if you reproduce this ideology you're tacitly supporting capitalism

 No.181287

>>181286
I just wish that everybody could be autistic so they could see past this societal shit and be more upfront.

 No.181288

>>181287
yet more evidence that "autism" and "neurodivergence" are just different and perfectly legitimate ways of being and neuro""""typicals"""" are just conformity-cucks who cope with their slave morality by enforcing the established order upon people who know better or are too oblivious to care

it's like the "midwit" meme but instead of autism score it's for how much you understand social conventions

 No.181297

>>181285
I was really shy and scared of fucking it up, ok?

 No.181298

>>181297
well you did fuck it up
you miss 100% of the shots you don't take

 No.181300

>>181297
oh come on, you're being ridiculous
your chance of success is like >80%, what is there to be scared of?
He would've definitely said yes

 No.181301

>>181300
he might have had a gf or something but assuming he was single still good odds

 No.181302

>>181301
Eh even if he had a gf that's not really a fail. He's not rejecting you because of your looks/demeanor after all.

 No.181304

>>181302
it's not a fail but it's a not getting that date

 No.181305

>>181304
true
I would consider a fail to be getting laughed at or making him obviously uncomfortable. my standards for a W are pretty low though kek

 No.181328

>>181298
I know you're right, fuck

>>181300
I had been rejected by a guy who looked similar before, I don't know, it seemed so easy in my mind, I had pictured this kind of thing for years, but when I actually wanted to do it, I wasn't so confident anymore, also this >>181301 many guys here who you weirdos would call "ugly" actually get girlfriends all the time so you never know when a guy might not be single (or gay).
Also, realistically speaking, would you not find it stupid if a weird masculine woman approached you like that at the supermarket while you were shopping with your mom and sister? What if he had no interest in dating? Also this >>181305
>I would consider a fail to be getting laughed at or making him obviously uncomfortable
I didn't know what to say, like, would I…
>tell him honestly that I liked him and wanted to go out with him?
>just give him my phone number and leave?
>ask him what time it is?
>ask him where he got his SMB3 t-shirt to try to strike up a conversation that would end up in us exchanging phone numbers? (wouldn't have worked if he really hated small talk, and I know how awful and awkward that is)
>pretend that I think I know him from somewhere?
Just smiling at others to let them know that you're going to talk to them doesn't work anymore either, because we have to wear masks.

 No.181348

>>181328
>would you not find it stupid if a weird masculine woman approached you like that at the supermarket while you were shopping with your mom and sister?
that would feel like a blessing from allah tbqh. We could flirt so I could finally prove to my family that I'm not actually a repressing homosexual.
To answer your question, just walk up to him (probably best when he's away from his fam), compliment him and if he reciprocates add him on snap. I'm an autist too, but this is pretty fucking simple stuff anon

 No.181373

>>176887

I really hope this is a high school story.

 No.181376

>>178404
>You have to understand, for guys that get regularly approached it's a lot of the same shit.

Lol, so 0,5% of guys.

 No.181379

>>178404
>You have to understand, for guys that get regularly approached it's a lot of the same shit.
We need to establish some sort of rule where you have to put the humblebrag within the first few sentences, so I know to stop reading. This is genuinely starting to become a problem on this board. It's very fucking annoying.

 No.181380

The only times girls approached me in public in my life was when they had some ulterior motive, for example some kind of petition, scam or they wanted to recruit me for their shitty psychology thesis test group or. something.

If I was approached by a girl like that I'd probably get really spooked and mistrusting while thinking that you were a scammer or something.

 No.181381

>>181380
The only time I have ever had a girl approach me and ask me out it was a prank. I said yes as well.

 No.181383

>>181380
oh, also glad I'm not the only one that feels this way. I sometimes feel like a schizo

 No.181384

>>181381
I'd probably look around and search for the partner she is setting me up for, not kidding.

 No.181386

>>181383
Well, how can it be schizo when it's based on actual experience?

 No.181387

>>181379
>This is genuinely starting to become a problem on this board.
What, you mean guys who aren't 100% awkward virgins talking about their own experiences is a bad thing?

 No.181388

>>181386
because I'm sure it probably happens to some guys, just not me. And denying reality just because I haven't seen or experienced it is kinda schizo

 No.181390

>>181387
unironically yes

 No.181392

>>181380

Lol I honestly have this problem where I high key expect any girl who'd approach me has an ulterior motive of some kind and I only ever like half-verified this and that was only because this girl wouldn't let me out of her car and she was obviously going through some weird shit. There've been loads of times girls have been hitting on me normally and I've just pretended not to notice because I feel they're trying to fuck with me or I feel I'd disappoint them (as a human being) even if they were honest.

 No.181395

>>181390
lmao. Fucking inceloids, just go back to your own boards if you don't want to hear anyone's experiences except yours that bad.

 No.181398

>>181395
No. We outnumber you here lol. If anyone needs to go back it's you.

 No.181399

>>181398

I really doubt that ya'll outnumber us.

 No.181401

>>181399
cope
if you want to associate with sex-havers then use insta or facebook

 No.181402

>>181398
>We outnumber you here lol
No, it's just a few of vocal faggots like yourself, and you do have your own boards, you don't need to come try to appropriate this one. In fact, incel shit wasn't as common in this very same board at the beginning suspiciously it got worse at a certain point.

Note that I'm not referring to just any virgin as an "incel", I'm specifically talking about the bitter retards who can't stand the fact that other people here have had sex and spread incel blackpill ideology or even reactionary views, and won't shut up about it (which obviously we all find annoying).

 No.181404

>>181402
cope
I will incel schizopost here until I have done the sex or kms and there is literally nothing you can do about it.

 No.181407

>>181328
>I had pictured this kind of thing for years, but when I actually wanted to do it, I wasn't so confident anymore,
I'm gonna tell you the same thing I would tell a man, because the same thing applies. You need experience. You're nervous because it's something novel. You get over butterflies with this stuff by getting used to it.

You don't even have to be that into somebody. Lots of men who approach women aren't actually that interested in her but are just looking for someone. You might find that someone you didn't find interesting at first blush is actually good. Or you might not, and then you can just be like "eh you know what I don't think it's working" and move on. Dating can be weird and stupid but the point is to take people for a test drive. Most of the time it won't work, but you don't know until you try. So try more.

>many guys here who you weirdos would call "ugly" actually get girlfriends all the time so you never know when a guy might not be single (or gay).

ok? even if he has a gf or is gay he will feel complimented by your approach and will probably remember the interaction fondly. men don't get this kind of attention much (excluding you know musicians or whatever)

>Also, realistically speaking, would you not find it stupid if a weird masculine woman approached you like that at the supermarket while you were shopping with your mom and sister?

Not really. Who cares if you're "masculine"? (whatever that means) it might be slightly awkward to chat someone up or exchange info with family around but so what? That kind of thing is only awkward because people make it awkward. If anything not being bothered by it or going for it in spite of the awkwardness is appealing. Confidence is attractive. So is courage if you're doing it despite lacking confidence.
>What if he had no interest in dating?
See the part above about what if he had a gf.

>I didn't know what to say, like, would I…

Start by saying hi and using whatever sort of ice breaker or whatever signals that you want to chat for a bit. The fact that you approached might by itself make him get the idea. If he doesn't seem to respond in an obvious way you can just ask him for his number, maybe tell him something you noticed about him that caught your attention so it's obvious what you're interested in.
>tell him honestly that I liked him and wanted to go out with him?
Yeah that's fine. He'd probably be really surprised and flattered.
>just give him my phone number and leave?
I mean, I guess that could work? If you want to go for the mysterious angle. But he needs to actually interact with you enough for him to get interested for that to work. I would advise actually talking instead of trying to play it like a seductress and just slip your number into his pocket or something.
>ask him what time it is?
no don't do something like this
Don't use something that you might just ask any random person for help with, like this or like helping you reach something (if they're taller). I'm tall and I've had a number of women (mostly older women) think "can you help me reach this?" is a fucking pickup line. I do it and then they get this expectant look like now we have a connection. Most people wouldn't even notice that lol. How do they know that you wanted this standard exchange to mean something different? We can't read your mind. If you're gonna talk, make it something conversational not mechanical. This is like going up to someone and fake-sneezing hoping they will say "bless you" and then start a conversation.
>ask him where he got his SMB3 t-shirt to try to strike up a conversation that would end up in us exchanging phone numbers? (wouldn't have worked if he really hated small talk, and I know how awful and awkward that is)
This is good because it shows a number of things, like common knowledge of something, appreciation and awareness of his taste, etc. If he doesn't like small talk then you can just pivot to being direct, like the first one. People who don't like small talk are more likely to appreciate that, and if you pick up on a cue like that it shows social awareness and respect for people's preferences, which is appealing.
>pretend that I think I know him from somewhere?
no, that's creepy lol

>>181380
This is a good point. Lots of men might be suspicious, which is a good hint that if you want to ask him, just be direct. Men know women can be roundabout with asking things and if they're suspicious of your motives the longer you take to get to the point, the longer they have to wonder what you're after and for suspicion to build. Hell some might be suspicious that the date is a setup for roping you into a pyramid scheme or something.

Such is life in a culture where women asking men out is unusual.

>>181386
>Well, how can it be schizo when it's based on actual experience?
We verify our reality socially. It's why gaslighting is a thing. Our brain is not perfect at processing information, so it relies a lot on social consensus for things to seem real to us.

>>181398
>>181404
We can keep telling you to shut the fuck up.
Also we should have more femanons on the site (and more who will openly ackonwledge they are women) because a woman's place is in the revolution.

 No.181409

>>181407
>We can keep telling you to shut the fuck up
And I never will shut the fuck up. You would have to kill me to silence me. Oh, and if you bully me too much I will post a video of me carving the words "fuck leftypol' into my arm with a kitchen knife lmao. You can't win motherfucker :)))

 No.181414

>>181409
>Oh, and if you bully me too much I will post a video of me carving the words "fuck leftypol' into my arm with a kitchen knife lmao.
wow we'd be so owned if you did that

 No.181416

>>178540
>Also, why do I get the feeling that she's a yandere lmao
Not a yandere but a cold hearted serial killer. Also the show is shit.

 No.181419

>>178404
>You have to understand, for guys that get regularly approached it's a lot of the same shit.
Haha yeah definitely me I can totally relate!

 No.181421

>>181381
Literally psycho behavior. And then these people are labeled "neurotypicals".

 No.181475

>>181381
That should be illegal.

 No.181485

>>181381
I got approached twice by girls and I said no both times

Dunno if they were pranking or not

 No.181487

>>181380
You are amongst a new breed of men

Kinda like a woman but not really, just a consequence of capitalism ruining social dynamics

 No.181703

>>181414
>wow we'd be so owned if you did that
yeah you would, I would die to win an argument on here you fuckstain
and AHAHAHAHAHAHAAH the only reply you got from that big ass effortpost was me :)) cope and seethe

>>181421
they were all so popular despite being cruel, while I was always alone haha

 No.181733

>>181404
>I will keep shitting my pants at the walmart, and there is nothing no one can do about. 😎

 No.181739

>>177287
And hey, as other annons had said, sometimes you just try to say hi and ask him whatever you want to, people most of the time are not total assholes and would not just tell you to fuck off or something.

 No.181744

>>181381
Once I got approached by a girl who said another girl wanted to date me, I said yes.
15 minutes later they both came up to me and she said things just weren't working out.
I was in elementary school but yeah.

 No.181749

>>181744
relationship speedrun any%

 No.181751

>>178405
holy based

 No.181808

>>181733
Based and intellectual.

 No.181809

>>181749
NTA, elementary school too.
Girl came up to me in the library and broke up with me.
I didn't even know we were going out.
any% equal WR

 No.182010

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>>181407
>I'm gonna tell you the same thing I would tell a man, because the same thing applies. You need experience. You're nervous because it's something novel. You get over butterflies with this stuff by getting used to it.
I guess you're right. I just don't go out a lot, much less go to bars or parties, and so does this kinda guy (usually), so there aren't many chances for me to get that experience.
>You don't even have to be that into somebody. Lots of men who approach women aren't actually that interested in her but are just looking for someone. You might find that someone you didn't find interesting at first blush is actually good. Or you might not, and then you can just be like "eh you know what I don't think it's working" and move on. Dating can be weird and stupid but the point is to take people for a test drive. Most of the time it won't work, but you don't know until you try. So try more.
Not a fan of that kind of dating, but alright. I guess what I tried to do falls under that, too. I hadn't considered it.
>Who cares if you're "masculine"? (whatever that means)
Dressing like a male metalhead with long hair (pics related), combat boots, non-skinny jeans with belt, no makeup or earrings, somewhat frizzy hair, tired face; I consider my face average or even below that most of the time, if we go by what's usually considered "attractive female face". Plus I'm pretty sure the way I walk, my usual posture and my voice aren't the most feminine either (my own mother tells me sometimes that I walk like a guy and look like one when I wear my t-shirts and shorts with my hair down. An ex of mine told me that my voice is "masculine".). So I'm most comfortable being like that, but at the same time I'm afraid that it'll put off the guys I try to go after. This fear may partially come from that time a friend rejected me, seemingly because I wasn't pretty and submissive enough (among other reasons). Also let's not fool ourselves, the majority of men prefer feminine women or at least a pretty face, not one with an ugly scowl as the default expression.
>it might be slightly awkward to chat someone up or exchange info with family around but so what? That kind of thing is only awkward because people make it awkward. If anything not being bothered by it or going for it in spite of the awkwardness is appealing. Confidence is attractive. So is courage if you're doing it despite lacking confidence.
Well I guess. I was hit on by a random guy in a car once, looked like a thug tbh, and even he seemed shy. So I guess I should just do what he did and go through with it despite how awkward it might be at first.
>If he doesn't seem to respond in an obvious way you can just ask him for his number, maybe tell him something you noticed about him that caught your attention so it's obvious what you're interested in.
Well, now the problem is whether he would believe it or not. In this case, the first thing I noticed about him is that he was chubby and wore glasses, then I realized he liked video games. There's no way I could've mentioned that first one lol. There were of course other things about him that I liked, such as his hair, which was black, messy and kinda long hidden under a beanie, his sorta thick eyebrows, and his stubble.
>Yeah that's fine. He'd probably be really surprised and flattered.
OK, nice, but this one scares me a lot because he could also reject me immediately.
>But he needs to actually interact with you enough for him to get interested for that to work. I would advise actually talking instead of trying to play it like a seductress and just slip your number into his pocket or something.
lol, you're right. Maybe if I were more conventionally attractive it could work, but the chances are much lower for me, I think. Still could get suspicious either way, and coming from a person with an unusual look (unusual here at least) might get him even more confused.
>Don't use something that you might just ask any random person for help with
Yeah, but that's the only thing my mother suggested. I thought it was really stupid too, but mainly because there were a bunch of computers displaying the time a few meters away. And because it's cliché.
>This is good because it shows a number of things, like common knowledge of something, appreciation and awareness of his taste, etc.
I suppose just smiling and talking about common interests, like other times I've made new friends, works every time, and it also feels more natural to me… I admit it worked for my first two boyfriends, who were the ones to approach me because they were interested in me, pretending to only want to be friends at first. After a few weeks we started to date, even though I only expected a friendship and wasn't interested romantically when I first met them. I hadn't thought about it like that. I mean, if it works then why change the strategy? I feel dumb for trying to flirt in a way that doesn't suit me lmao
After asking about the t-shirt, maybe I would've changed the subject to the broader question of which games he likes. But quickly, so the initial subject doesn't drag on for too long, hopefully that'll work (if there even is a next time).
>If he doesn't like small talk then you can just pivot to being direct, like the first one. People who don't like small talk are more likely to appreciate that, and if you pick up on a cue like that it shows social awareness and respect for people's preferences, which is appealing.
OK, I'll keep that in mind. Not just for this kind of situation but also dealing with people I know who are like that. Thanks a lot.
>no, that's creepy lol
Ok, I'll never think of doing that again.

Again, thank you so much, anon. How I wish I had taken these things into consideration that day. I'm still mad to be honest. Maybe I'll get over it next year.

 No.182020

>>181733
Diogenespilled.

 No.182041

>>182010
>Dressing like a male metalhead with long hair (pics related), combat boots, non-skinny jeans with belt, no makeup or earrings, somewhat frizzy hair, tired face
sounds cute!
>I just don't go out a lot, much less go to bars or parties
Why not anon? Do you live in a small town or something? I always meet girls at parties or shows and start conversation by talking about the most obscure band t-shirt or patches they wear. Sometimes they come up to me and start the convo based on the same. It's a pretty normal protocol in the extreme metal/punk scene. Don't be shy just go for it.

 No.182046

>>182041
Must be nice, I've been to hundreds of metal shows and the only place here where strangers talk to each others is the moshpit but that's always a sausage fest.

 No.182049

>>182046
Try the bar! Pretend you're a little short for a drink and ask whoever you fancy if you can have a sip of theirs. If they like you they will probably buy you one.

 No.182050

>>182049
I'm not OP lmao

 No.182052

>>182050
Well if you want to make friends or score a date at shows that's how it works, anyway.

 No.182053

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>>182041
>Do you live in a small town or something?
Yeah, sorta. Most of the big concerts happen in the capital, not to mention festivals.
I don't like attending random parties full of strangers normies, not a very social person. As for shows, well, in the past I've tried going to a couple local ones, but always missed them. Nowadays I'm not aware of any. Plus I don't know about dating metalheads (one of my boyfriends was one, but he was also an asocial anime and game fan, so that made things easy).
Yes, I have been to a couple of concerts before, but always escorted by a male relative, so I didn't have a chance to talk to anyone there. Actually socializing with metalheads I don't know and getting into the metal scene for real (instead of just enjoying the music in the comfort of my own home) sounds scary.
And also, I don't really drink (not yet at least).
Yes, I am sheltered; yes, I am not a fully independent adult. And you may call me a pathetic poser, I don't care, I still love the music and that's a fact.

Anyway, my eyes hurt so I gotta go to sleep anon. Thanks.

 No.182055

>>182053
>Actually socializing with metalheads I don't know and getting into the metal scene for real (instead of just enjoying the music in the comfort of my own home) sounds scary.
Metalheads might look tough and scary but most of them are sensitive nerds that got bullied in school so don't be afraid. If you have bands you like in common they will be courteous at least.

 No.182060

>>182053
Keep in mind thst they might take off their glasses to headbang


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