Not A Common GirlI'm a straight 19-year-old girl that doesn't like dancing, drinking or smoking and therefore has trouble not getting depressed at parties. I only like the first two hours of a party when everyone is starting to drink and nobody has started to dance yet.
I've never kissed anyone, and frankly I wouldn't even know how. I'm always thinking and I imagine people let go during those moments know what to do. I'm pretty sure I'd be worried and wouldn't know what to do. Same goes for sex.
I don't wear skirts or make-up, and wear my hair in a ponytail 98% of the days of the year.
I'm an introvert and rather shy, while I try to be funny and charismatic, I don't think I succeed. I'm studying in college a career where everyone is an extrovert and a social butterfly. Plus, the world I will work in in the future it's the same thing (entertainment industry), so no loners like me.
I have problems being affectionate with people. I treat them respectfully, get in touch with them, invite them places and do favors for them, but it's impossible for me to say "I value you as a friend" or "I love you".Physically I'm quite stiff, especially for a girl, I don't really touch people often, in my latin-american country that's especially weird.
I watch a lot of (and I mean, a lot) of american and british TV shows, and while some of my "friends" do to, we don't like the same ones. I listen to indie music, music that most people haven't heard of, and when I introduce it to them, they don't like it 'cause they only like "happy music".
I'm not particularly ugly, but I'm not pretty either. However I have "Hirsutism", a condition that makes me be hairier than the average person. I'm trying to get treatment for it, but so far it isn't working.
Who the hell could ever want all this in a friend/girlfriend? See, when people say "there's someone for everyone out there" it's hard to believe it when I have all of this (and probably more) working against me.
roguecitiz 18-21, F 6 Responses 3 May 31, 2012