spgem saidAre u the kind that easily attracts guys or are u polar opposites & find it hard to attract guys?
A lot of people will come up and speak to me in person. Online it's the opposite.Do u think ur attractive or repulsive?
I've always tended to focus on what I see as my flaws. Then, I just say f**k it and don't look in mirrors xPIs there anything u can do to change that or were u just born with genes that most aren't attracted to?
I was born the way I am. I guess I could get things done, but that doesn't interest me.Do u have a personality that leaves a bad taste in people's mouths? Do others find u abrasive so they turn the other way soon as they see u? Do u think it's them or u?
This depends on the group or the people. I'm an artist so love art/culture, and these are a big part of my personality. Some people react very well to me, and others just don't. People in the larger older U.S cities (New York, Chicago, San Francisco...) or Europe react well to me. In the newer cities, like Los Angeles, I don't get warm and fuzzy nearly as much, so it's both: them and me Do u think they already have a set list of what they like & if u don't fit it then they find u unattractive & therefore treat u dismissively from the get go?
A lot of people have lists, and there's nothing wrong with that. Some people like All American while others like Latinos.... If I don't fit the list, why would they find me attractive?Do people with shallow perspectives hinder their mindset---instead of being inclusive they're exclusive; and instead of treating everyone nicely they give preferential treatment---being nice & sweet to those they like, & mean to those they want nothing to do with or don't care to know one iota?.....
It seems that most people will be nice to those they like and reserved to those they don't. That's not unusual. Do I think people who only talk about the newest reality show and what movie star they saw to the exclusion of all else aren't growing their mindset? Perhaps, but if that makes them happy, it's all good.