Originally Posted by Germancub /img/forum/go_quote.gif Thank you to each and every one of you for sharing your advice and amazing stories. They all really lifted my spirits! You guys are the best, really I mean that!
On another note, my main problem in finding a guy (when I do) for me is that in my "world" so to speak it's getting more and more difficult to find more guys like me. Basically, guys that could be mistaken for being straight, love working on cars, love nerdy things like headphones and would rather stay at home and watch a movie than go out to a club or bar.
I have my 'gay' tendencies (I like the show Glee, the occasional Madonna song, like singing, etc.) but I am generally in the same 'world' as you. I definitely do not fit in that other world, that is for certain haha. Too bad we live on opposite ends of the country, we might really get along haha.
Just wanted to give you props for being open and honest about it though. Head-fi is like 80% straight males and 20% straight females from what I've seen so it's cool that you don't have a problem being yourself.
As for the lonely thing.. at least you have some relationship experience. Experience tends to make the next time (and the next after that, etc) better. I am just banking on getting really lucky and meeting a very patient, understanding guy right now because I am a n00b to these things. The only areas I have any experience in are the ones I regret and that's not saying much, huh?
On a related note... has anyone had the problem where they clicked with someone but that other person just had so much more life/relationship experience that it intimidated you away? I'm starting to get scared because at this point, that's kind of the case with everyone I meet and it makes things feel very unbalanced.
I've been married twice. Divorced twice. Will I give it a third shot? Only if they have money. That's my new credo. Screw the romance, let me look in the purse. Women do it for money, so why shouldn't we? I think maybe they have it right...