How do normies get girlfriends?

women claim you should get a gf in your "social circle" bust most guys I know just have a few beer buddies and not these big diverse friends groups only exist in corporate TV ads.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've always wondered if this girl has big boobs or not.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In 2k24 you have to lead with your wallet if you're sub6. 6/10 men can get a gf if they dumpster dive (get with landwhale or 1/10). 7/10 and 8/10 can get 3/10 cute girls with ease.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Personality can work, but only if it suggests earning potential someday. Like salesmen being overly nice vs actually being overly nice

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      leave your basement. 6/10s get with 6/10s etc. add some variance for things like wealth

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >6/10s get with 6/10s etc
        Dont lie to yourself. 6/10 men get 4/10 girls or 6/10 roasties that are actually 4/10 by the time you get one in her 30s.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I see heaps of morbidly obese whales with normal looking tall guys. Extremely handsome, tall, muscular, fit guys end up with 6/10s. Gorgeous women always move in packs and never have men with them.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I literally have 3 male friends I do everything together with. You cannot get a gf from your social circle. Those people are full of shit.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Does that sound like a good idea? If you break up, she's gonna spill all your dirty secrets to the group

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >If you break up
      women spill your secrets to their female AND male friends while you're dating already

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    So, sex is healthy and can change your life

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dating websites obviously for anyone who isn't dating someone from work or school.
    >BUT DATING APPS BAD 🙁
    Deal with it. That's where you go to get a gf.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nice meme.
      Grand total of 17 matches in 6 months of daily effort sending out unique openers. ZERO dates. Who knows what exactly (besides attention) these b***hes are even in it for anymore, it evidently isn't to actually go out and meet you after you match with them, no no.

      The one component missing from my life after my ex went postal is reliable access to raw pussy. Here I am actively taking steps toward that humble goal, still precisely where I started after all this time and energy invested.

      The vile entitled attitudes. The druggie losers begging for money. The trolls. The complete inability to participate in conversation. The random unmatches mid-convo on the rare occasion that someone does engage beyond single-word replies.
      How much of this bullshit can a man possibly endure on a day-to-day basis before something snaps?
      My physical standards cannot bare to go lower if there's still to be any hope of gaining and maintaining an erection when the time comes, but even the skinnyfat butterfaced hoes well below my own level of attractiveness are going nowhere.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >but even the skinnyfat butterfaced hoes well below my own level of attractiveness are going nowhere.
        this is your fate. death by no pussy. get fricked

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    i have a few beer buddies (really coffee buddies) but they are all terminally single mentalcel women. my advice is quit hanging out with men. women make far better friends than men, if you really click with them they're far more reliable and selfless, you know each other better after a month of deeptalk than years playing gay ass sports or videogames with a homie who doesnt know your birthday or last name and if you're ever having a hard time or are too low energy to be a Dispenser Of Entertainment wouldn't piss on you if you on fire. yes i have slept with all my close female friends what of it

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    they just go out with their friends, mingle with other groups, and it happens naturally without much thought. Part of this natural course of progression is the asking for the number, asking out, dating, etc. Most men dont face rejections at all, since the natural progression would just not happen, or it would stop and be obvious to both parties, and then they move on, knowing they have plenty of options. And in the rare case they do get a rejection its a soft rejection.
    This kinda shit is such a natural, base level instinct NTs take it so deeply for granted they literally cannot fathom otherwise. It's why the best advice they can muster up amounts to "just talk to her bro" and "just be yourself bro". It's all that theyre even aware of. The rest is just so natural to them they dont even think about it. It is completely outside their comprehension to struggle with this kinda stuff.
    To an NT, not knowing how to navigate social situations is like not knowing how to breathe.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I have always been part of these kinds of friends groups (but obviously never been popular in a romantic sense) and that is how I've seen it play out most of the time. Most of the time both the people involved as well as the people around could tell that they were going to be a thing even before they were a thing. They gradually got closer, they both gave each other signals in a sense of teasing each other, spending more time together, physical signals like sitting next to each other, the girl sitting on the guy's lap and so on. It was a series of cautious, reciprocal steps towards one another which then ultimately ended in relationships being formed. Rejections were not commonly a thing because people didn't ask each other out randomly because people could TELL whether they had a chance or not. I am obviously autistic but even I could tell when girls had a thing for someone and in the same sense I could tell that they didn't have a thing for me, so whenever I tried to get close to someone it would not be met with the same signals but with becoming more distant, which then in turn made me understand that there was no interest towards me. If a one on one conversation is met by the woman giving single syllable replies and using the first opportunity to get back to the group then I know it's not going to happen, there is no point asking her out without having gotten anything in return.

      Failed normalgays like to pretend that it was all in their hands and they "missed" their opportunities, but I think these types of people are genuinely autistic in the sense that they never got these not-so-subtle cues, which is also the reason why they end up facing rejection.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I am obviously autistic but even I could tell when girls had a thing for someone and in the same sense I could tell that they didn't have a thing for me, so whenever I tried to get close to someone it would not be met with the same signals but with becoming more distant, which then in turn made me understand that there was no interest towards me.

        In other words, you aren't autistic at all. You read the social cues perfectly. In fact, you probably were MORE socially aware and MORE introspective than the normies you were observing.

        You were just unattractive. Ugly, or scrawny, or awkward-LOOKING, and not actually autistic.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Anon, I was diagnosed with autism. I just understand how people operate at a rational level. In fact, I would say that I understand people better than they understand themselves. I can read those cues because I had to consciously learn how to read those cues.

          >You were just unattractive. Ugly, or scrawny, or awkward-LOOKING, and not actually autistic.
          I was - and still am - all of those things, which is my entire point. The reason why other people had relationships and I didn't was not because I didn't understand what was going on and never tried to partake in it - the reason was that the girls from my and other peoples' friends groups that I got to meet didn't consider me attractive.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Anon, I was diagnosed with autism.

            By quacks.

            >I was - and still am - all of those things

            And that's why quacks misdiagnosed you.

            The simple fact of the matter is that at the level of cognitive empathy you describe, it's ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE for you to be autistic.

            The quacks who cooked up your diagnosis looked at your appearance, observed that others didn't like you, and decided to ASSIGN A FRICKING PATHOLOGY TO YOU to explain it.

            >"Oh dear he mustn't be reading social cues correctly! Oh dear he must lack empathy! That's why we don't like him, and why others don't like him! And LOOK - he's a skinny white kid who moves awkwardly and has poor muscle tone! He LOOKS like a witch! Or wait I meant to say he looks autistic!"

            That is literally how you were diagnosed. Your posts in this thread prove it incontrovertibly.

            autists can learn to read social cues manually. keyword manually, as in conscious observation and processing. even still, it will never be as good or accurate as the subconscious, automatic processing that NTs do without effort, and there will ALWAYS be "something a little bit off about him". The autist can dive headfirst into the uncanny valley, but never be able to climb out of it.
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            >autists can learn to read social cues manually. keyword manually, as in conscious observation and processing

            All empathy reactions require conscious observation and processing. Unless you're claiming that if I locked normies in a basement, they would be able to telepathically receive social cues from people outside the basement? That they'd be able to use their magical empathy faculty without actually seeing or hearing the object of their empathy?

            >here will ALWAYS be "something a little bit off about him"

            This will always be a post hoc rationalization about the way that he LOOKS, including his movements.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            go back to jeddit dumbfrick

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >The simple fact of the matter is that at the level of cognitive empathy you describe, it's ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE for you to be autistic.
            Anon, I'm autistic, not an idiot. I had zero friends as a kid but spent most of my kindergarten days in a catatonic state. I never had friends before second grade, when my parents invited their parents over to force them to play with me. And even then I usually felt out of place and regularly got in trouble over being unable to read social cues. I can only repeat: I had to manually learn these things and understand how people operate at a rational level by emulating normal people thoughts and feelings in my head.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          autists can learn to read social cues manually. keyword manually, as in conscious observation and processing. even still, it will never be as good or accurate as the subconscious, automatic processing that NTs do without effort, and there will ALWAYS be "something a little bit off about him". The autist can dive headfirst into the uncanny valley, but never be able to climb out of it.

          I have always been part of these kinds of friends groups (but obviously never been popular in a romantic sense) and that is how I've seen it play out most of the time. Most of the time both the people involved as well as the people around could tell that they were going to be a thing even before they were a thing. They gradually got closer, they both gave each other signals in a sense of teasing each other, spending more time together, physical signals like sitting next to each other, the girl sitting on the guy's lap and so on. It was a series of cautious, reciprocal steps towards one another which then ultimately ended in relationships being formed. Rejections were not commonly a thing because people didn't ask each other out randomly because people could TELL whether they had a chance or not. I am obviously autistic but even I could tell when girls had a thing for someone and in the same sense I could tell that they didn't have a thing for me, so whenever I tried to get close to someone it would not be met with the same signals but with becoming more distant, which then in turn made me understand that there was no interest towards me. If a one on one conversation is met by the woman giving single syllable replies and using the first opportunity to get back to the group then I know it's not going to happen, there is no point asking her out without having gotten anything in return.

          Failed normalgays like to pretend that it was all in their hands and they "missed" their opportunities, but I think these types of people are genuinely autistic in the sense that they never got these not-so-subtle cues, which is also the reason why they end up facing rejection.

          this

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        nothing of that type has ever happened to me, and I had a lot of female friends in high school and college. Heck, they havent even tried to set me up with their friends friends.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          this is my experience too; I think setting up only works if you are attractive. Like for me not even a single shred of possibility of some female friend setting me up with someone existed. They never even mentioned it in any context whatsoever.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          As I said: it hasn't happened to me either. And even though my female friends sometimes tried to set up other guys from our group with girls from their extended friends groups, they never tried that for me - even though I genuinely believe that they liked me (not romantically of course) because I still have contact with them. They just intuitively understood that their friends wouldn't have been into me or that I wasn't relationship material or whatever (I never pressed the issue because that would have obviously soured the relation forcing them to say something possibly rude in my face or having to make excuses) - and to be fair, it's not like the other guys asked for matchmaking services, they did that because they enjoyed playing matchmaker. But in order for that to happen you obviously need to be matchmaking material.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I have always been part of these kinds of friends groups (but obviously never been popular in a romantic sense) and that is how I've seen it play out most of the time. Most of the time both the people involved as well as the people around could tell that they were going to be a thing even before they were a thing. They gradually got closer, they both gave each other signals in a sense of teasing each other, spending more time together, physical signals like sitting next to each other, the girl sitting on the guy's lap and so on. It was a series of cautious, reciprocal steps towards one another which then ultimately ended in relationships being formed. Rejections were not commonly a thing because people didn't ask each other out randomly because people could TELL whether they had a chance or not. I am obviously autistic but even I could tell when girls had a thing for someone and in the same sense I could tell that they didn't have a thing for me, so whenever I tried to get close to someone it would not be met with the same signals but with becoming more distant, which then in turn made me understand that there was no interest towards me. If a one on one conversation is met by the woman giving single syllable replies and using the first opportunity to get back to the group then I know it's not going to happen, there is no point asking her out without having gotten anything in return.

      Failed normalgays like to pretend that it was all in their hands and they "missed" their opportunities, but I think these types of people are genuinely autistic in the sense that they never got these not-so-subtle cues, which is also the reason why they end up facing rejection.

      so basically... it's over?
      there's nothing I can do if I don't have a circle of friends that includes women?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I don't think it is. You can still try dating apps, discord communities, online games, etc. - creepy guys groom girls on a daily basis in those.

        I just wanted to address this idea that having female friends or being part of friends groups involving women are a remedy to no-gf, which is not the case. If the girls don't find you attractive (even if they otherwise tolerate or even like your presence), then it's not going to happen.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm not a smooth enough talker to groom anyone or find anyone off dating apps.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Me neither. Just saying: friends groups are not your only option and possibly not even your best bet. If you're a handsome toxic guy (you're probably not - but assuming you were), you're probably better off on dating apps.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >How do normies get girlfriends?
    My mother unironically set me up with me one and only current gf.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I wish I had a mom like that

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah I got insanely lucky. Probably wouldn't have got a gf otherwise, or at least a vastly inferior one.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Either you meet people through the dating apps, or you join spaces that have women and men in em.
    Hobby related public groups are good, volunteering, hiking groups, wherever you'd meet people.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Hobby related public groups are good, volunteering, hiking groups, wherever you'd meet people.
      This is one of the most vile lies imaginable. My girlfriend and I are in numerous local groups for activities like hiking, tennis, volunteering, et cetera, and we're the only people under 40 in those groups. None of her friends (female) are in any social groups, they just stay at home and hang out watching Netflix with each other.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >None of her friends (female) are in any social groups, they just stay at home and hang out watching Netflix with each other.
        Yup, you have virtually no chance of meeting outside of sharing a class or workplace anymore, unless you can somehow get a social "in" via family/friends/acquaintances - even this is a long shot now as most young women straight up aren't even interested in dating at all (Netflix & TikTok in bed is too comfy compared to having to put in any sort of effort).

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Did you really meet someone there? Where are the groups, on an app?

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I know this is the worst board to ask but
    >Go out to do schoolwork at library
    >Run into girl I knew from a high school friend group
    >Put our work aside, talk for 3 hours about work, school, how we see the world, laughing about old drama and our regrets, constant laughter
    >We left the library to get donuts across the highway, had a laugh cause we took the wrong route, before eating over priced breakfast foods together
    >Talked about how we view friendships and she told me she's missed having a real friend group that we we're in but she's grateful with her amount of close 1 on 1 friends, I'm in a similiar situation, except that my group just doesn't meet up enough. I told her I'd invite her out next time
    >I went in to hug her as we left then tossle her hair, she laughed saying I'm petting her like a dog
    >This was 10 days ago
    >Invited her out cause my group got together to go to the movies but she didn't have the time
    >That was 4 days ago
    What do I do bros? I'm really surprised at how easy talking to her for hours was but It wasn't even a real date you know?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Did not read your post, but I love heroes 3

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