>>25765151 For real bro. Why can't guys grow out of this "just be nice to girls mentality" by the age of, let's say, 17? I know in my case it was because of being an immigrant who was raised in a very different way than my peers. So it took me a little longer to figure out how to be successful with girls. But what about all the other shy, nice guys on here?
>>25765368 >ugly, naturally anti-social people have to "grow and develop as a person" to get basic rights and courtesies >naturally attractive people can behave like shit and devolve into mindless animals and still get treated better
>See girl >she is 6/10 >I am 4/10 >falling within the left skewed 3.0 standard deviation, and integrating the function, I need to please this human to the threshold of 0.1 in order to commence a relationship >door opening protocols fulfill 0.03 providing that my fedora is doffed >in what seems to be a bizarre anomaly, the human does not spontaneously initiate a relationship
This is how autistic people view relationships. They see other humans as machines, or computer programs, like their visual novels.
And society coddles these people. "Aspergers Syndrome" had its name changed from "Autistic Psychopathy" for PC reasons. But it still doesn't change the fact that autistic people are subhuman, uncaring, and not fit for society.
>>25765477 I work off of a bethesda system of relationships from -5 to 5, where -5 is arch enemy and 5 is married. Doing certain things will add or take points, and the total amount of points determines your relationship stats
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