Is there actually a possible way to not come off as some thirsty scumbag. It seems like no matter what I say or how I say something, it just seems weird
>inb4 be chad
>inb4 just bee yurself
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Giving somebody advice on how not to be creepy is impossible. This is because every time you cause somebody to think that you're being creepy, you do so in a different ways. The ways to make somebody think you are creepy are so numerous that any attempt to explain all of them will be a waste.
You just need to watch what other people do. If somebody creates an awkward silence, you need to think to yourself "okay I need to not do that." And if you ever do something creepy and embarrassing, you need to think "okay I need to never do that again."
This is what normal people do.
Okay story time
>Eating lunch killing time before college class
>Watching losers play MTG while I eat
>New fucker sitting at table
>I mean ok
>Friendloser playing MTG makes shit joke about my height
>Playfully get pissed and retaliate
>Without missing a fucking beat the stranger at the table, breathing like his lungs are shot, interjects
>"It's okay anon, shorties like you really turn me on"
>Scoots closer to me
>Awkwardly attempt to finish fucking juicebox with this chode breathing down my neck
THAT shit is creepy. As long as you don't come off like you're planning on kidnapping anyone you're fine in my book. Especially considering "creepy" could mean anything from "attempting human trafficking" to "slightly stepping out of the normie box".
Everything I say just comes off as desperate. So I don't say anything anymore. Don't let anyone in, don't get close to anyone. Its never going to happen anyways. I'd rather not look back and think of how pathetic I was.
Some people are just meant to be unwanted. I sometimes fantasize that when I finally stop caring and focus on myself people will flock to me, they will want to get to know me for a change. But that's just another lonely life in itself. Either way its not going to happen to it won't matter. I suppose its better than wearing my heart on my sleeve.
Find better people. Just accept that you don't play nice with the normies and find people that you can be friends with. Keep an open mind, though, because everyone has flaws. My best friend in high school was a giant weeb. Another one was an aspie.
I've worn my heart on my sleeve, people truly do not like that stuff this day and age. This is what I really hate the most about today's society, it doesn't really seem like it is a bunch of people with their own viewpoints, but instead one person's viewpoint, and a bunch of people just going with it. I wish this didn't sound so edgy