At 1/6/11 10:45 AM, CosmicAlfonzo wrote:
I may have been joking when I made my post, but I seriously used to think I was an a-sexual.
Mainly because all the guys I know, all they talk about is woman, and they can't even have a conversation without staring at the ass of the girl walking by across the street. Compared to those people, I feel like an a-sexual. I'm attracted to minds more than bodies.
That and auto-fellatio.
What I don't understand is why other people act so differently when around girls. Constantly trying to impress. It's absurd - in my opinion if you want someone to like you, you should act as yourself, not adopt a personality to cover who you are, something which I very regularly see. You can never actually talk to a friend of yours when there's a girl next to him.
Not only that, but another weird thing is that whenever I'm in the school van on the way home and a girl is walking, I see everyone around me turn their head to see how she looks, then what's even more ridiculous is when they 'rate' her...
"Shoot, I didn't manage to see her. How did she look?"
"I'd say 7/10 face, 8/10 body."
My definition of 'liking' somebody is because s/he is someone who you can trust and has a personality which you like, not whether her face and body achieve good scores from an absurd rating system. Sure, I can't imagine anyone liking someone who looks good to them but has a terrible personality, but I've never really understood the concept of wanting to be with someone because s/he looks good. Still, obviously I can't judge since I don't know what it feels like to have an attraction to someone.
Oh well, I've never really cared about this stuff and I'm glad I don't.