PrettyBoyJamez saidYour second reply meant everything!
I think there is something wrong with the way I approach, I always try to be polite like saying good afternoon but that doesn't work, I'm just being myself!?
I don't know what it is really. And like you said maybe they don't know how to approach me, although, I would describe myself as very approachable and almost always smiling ;) lol.
I'll take your advice and look for more like minded friends and also I'll try nwe spots.
Thanks Rolfron, stay in touch!
These are only suggestions here - I don't know you, what the vibes are like where you're from, etc. it's really hard to gauge what the problem could be. I'm just offering advice/tips that I've learned along the way that really opened my doorway to dating and coming onto guys throughout the years.
In college, I had this one 'hag' friend that taught me a lot about myself and my interaction with others. On the surface, she wasn't very "bright" - she was an art major and she was always on the brink of failing out of college. However, on another level, she had a very keen sense of seeing right through people and social interpersonal communication. She had a way of picking up on my mannerisms, verbals/non-verbals, what they meant and how they came across to people as well as how other people interact with me. Her social intelligence was really brilliant.
I remember going with her to a gay bar one time. We sat down down at the bar, I kept to myself, usually under the assumption that the people in the room have no interest in talking to me when suddenly, she says to me "Omg, you're such a beast - how do you get so much attention? You could probably get any one of these guys to buy us drinks". I stare back, confused, and ask "What do you mean?". She says "look around the room" - then I realized that there were at least four or five guys staring in my direction, with others taking a peak every so often. Sure enough, by the end of the night, she had me approaching guys all over, getting all sorts of numbers and the both of us taking shots of tequila on someone else's tab.
If nothing else, I've met some pretty interesting people that way and I've developed social skills that I can take with me pretty much anywhere and I never would've gained that knowledge if it wouldn't have been for my friend. For someone who was probably considered an anti-social introvert in high school, I have a fairly easy time meeting new people out and making new friends in various places. It doesn't sound like there is anything wrong with your approach or personality necessarily, perhaps it just hasn't been in the right place at the right time. As long as you're open and observant, you will meet people, and as long as you make yourself interesting enough, they will want to know you. It can be tough at first but once you know what people want and what motivates them, it's cake.