Ummm....Yes. The way the question reads, it is it's own answer. If people don't like you, there is a reason. It may be a horrible reason(gang stalking), but a reason is a reason. Think for yourself, when you let others tell you how to think and who to like, you are giving your very precious life experience to someone else for them to control and enjoy. Do this for too long and one day you wake up and you're on your death bed and most likely bitter that you got "cheated" out of life. Well, since now ya know, blaze your own trail and if someone makes fun of you, take it as a compliment, they be jellin on your parade cuz they envious that they have no control over you, but someone has control over them. Vicious circle(Might sound a lil circular lol, but I hope you get the gist)<br />
Some of them act weird and are not very helpful.
Some people are just not social or dislike the general public. I personally dislike being around people, conversing with random people or just acquaintances isn't for me. I have a few tight knit friends and family, that's all I need.
The answer is NO. People are usually unpopular because they get are considered geeks, freaks, dorks, nerds, or social outcasts.<br />
I am unpopular and hate my life enough but those COMPLETLY WRONG answers made me feel worse about myself. I am unpopular and get picked on everyday for being geeky. I also go to therapy for this stuff (in and outside of school). <br />
This is the RIGHT answer!
Well in school, a person only had to be poor, unattractive, or both. I'm sure that in the adult world people do alienate themselves sometimes.
What's Funny though, is that the least popular guy in highschool, usually ends up the Boss of the popular kids and has tons of money and the trophy wife. He was smart rather than popular. "The Geek Shall Inherit The Earth" which I am one of the Geeks. People in school would rather have to be seen with their parents than me. I was the Fat Kid with Glasses that made all A+ without trying.
osama bin laden is like the most popular person,but who would be want to be like him?
Not necessarily for a "good" reason..<br />
Same as being "popular" is not necessarily a compliment.
What?! How could it not be a compliment that people like you, accept you and approve of what you are about?!
the few i've been in immediate contact with tend to be know it alls.......a major turn off........even if you know it all