Which one of them resembles your current girlfriend the most?
>lol look mom i posted it again
Don't think of it that way.
On your own, every decision you make doesn't have to be a discussion. You could potentially hang with any other friends (if you have them) without having to plot aside time for anyone in particular because you know they all have their own lives. Or you could choose to whack it away to ponut if you choose instead.
Nothing wrong with being pessimistic/realistic. Keeps you grounded. Being down about a lack of girls is just silly though. You're in control of your own life and nobody else's, same for everyone. And if what you're doing works for you then keep going for it, it's their hangup if you walking around unironically triggers them.
My issue is that I do have someone in my life, but it's hard for them to reciprocate or to even feel those emotions. They don't really care to be there anymore or to even be funny or positive or anything. They're kind of just there and I feel like they stopped trying about a month after we started dating.
Fluttershy... because she IS my girlfriend or marefriend, however you want to say it. Who needs a human one?
I dunno. I really liked them at first and I know they liked me. But then they just stopped altogether. Nowadays they mainly just sorta keep their distance and don't even really try. I know it's hard for him to reciprocate, but could you at least try a little? Maybe even saying "Good morning, babe"? I don't know, really.
Well, if they told you up front they'd be harder about affection, you know what you got into and might just have to own up. I made the mistake of crushing on a complete asexual back in school and I thought I could handle it since I liked being around her enough without getting all touchy-feely, turns out I discovered I am an attention whore for whoever I want to call my gf. If you have issues, be up front about it. At the very least you won't be a despicable kind of person who wants to eat their cake and have it too.
>people are giving serious replies
I fucking hate this board sometimes
all the time.
Yeah. It was actually really refreshing what with him being so open. He also said it was refreshing to talk to someone who was so open about things. I have told him I can tend to be a bit clingy at times. Ah well.
No, she's literally separate from me now. She creeps into my mind, sometimes I even have to drop the phone because I can feel her hoofing on my leg telling me to hug her and pay attention to her. Even when I'm trying to concentrate and do other things she'll be there.