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Author Topic: Does this usually happen for a really good-looking guy in high school?

June 20, 2019, 08:58:23 PM
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Gabrielle02


I know of an 18-year-old guy at my high school who pretty much all girls there seem to consider "extremely attractive" - he is about 6'6 tall, with broad shoulders and large natural-looking muscles all over him, and he also has very pretty eyes and a beautiful face, so it's not that surprising that he is considered so attractive.
A few things that he has to "endure" pretty often, and that I notice most times when I see him, are the following:

1. some girl that he doesn't know will gaze at him, then walk up to him and ask for his name and ask for a date
2. groups of girls who pass him in the corridors say hi to him in a clearly flirty way, then blush, giggle and check him as he walks away
3. groups of girls giggle like crazy when he is close to them, then they try to talk to him until they become too shy and then quickly touch his upper body before they run away laughing

This seems to happen to him more or less constantly, and I have of course seen him sit somewhere with various girls and kissed them.
The thing is that he never seems to try to approach anyone himself - it's always the girls who just notice him and then start hitting on him.

Is this common for a guy like him in a high school environment?
And how do you think that it would affect him?

June 27, 2019, 03:40:09 AM
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This type of attention from women has the tendency to cause most men to become self-centered, vain, and arrogant. But not everyone is affected. Look at the prophet Joseph, who was probably the most beautiful man to walk on earth; he never became vain despite all the attention he received from women and men alike.











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June 28, 2019, 06:43:19 PM
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This type of attention from women has the tendency to cause most men to become self-centered, vain, and arrogant. But not everyone is affected. Look at the prophet Joseph, who was probably the most beautiful man to walk on earth; he never became vain despite all the attention he received from women and men alike.
Yes, I just find it a bit surprising just how much attention he gets.
He literally doesn't do anything at all to get those girls as far as I can tell, they are always the ones who approach him and eagerly suggest dates.
I think most of them are interested in raw sex, and thus his seemingly nonexistent personality probably doesn't bother them at all.

I mean, if a girl talks to him then she can sometimes give him excuses to look at her body in the middle of a conversation, like for example showing him some "cool birthmark" on one of her upper breasts (I saw a busty girl with a bit of cleavage do that to him a couple months ago), or stand in front of him if he is sitting down and ask him if she looks good in some new leggings, then slowly turn around for him while he looks at her.
Is it normal that girls act that way if they have the hots for an unusually attractive guy?
I don't usually see any other guys at my school get treated like that, so maybe this is something that only happens to an exceptionally super-attractive guy?

I guess they think that he is so unusually hot that they really really want to have some fun with him, since they worry that they might never find an equally hot guy again?

I have definitely seen him sit and make out with multiple different girls, and sometimes a group of girls will invite him to a party and give him that suggestive extremely flirty look.
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