By Anonymous - 10/10/2014 21:51 - United States - Lemont
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I didnt lose my virginity to someone i loved, and most guys i know decided not to wait for the right person. That being said, I regretted losing my virginity, even though she was a hot college girl (i was still in hs). I still wish i had mine. Im pretty sure op, you will regret this way more than you can even imagine. And that sucks.
There's nothing wrong with hiring a pro. They're like bartenders. They'll listen to anything you say. And some of them are pretty damned good at it. That said, t's a little crazy to hire one of the street. You never really know what you're getting until it's too late.
There's a sad reality that some people may never get that. Sometimes they've been cursed with bad looks, or a disability. Sometimes they're just so awful with women that they never get anywhere when it comes to talking with them. Honestly I feel for OP. FYL OP.
You're assuming that "Losing your viriginity with somebody you truly love" is an available option for most males. This is a misunderstanding of the male condition. (There's some complicated reasons why this is so - but you can start getting some feeling for this by thinking about "How attractive do I find truly desperate, clumsy guys?")
That should have been a clear sign that it wasn't the right time to lose it...
Focus on books and college! With the time you'll save for additional studies since you won't have a social life you'll get your PhD more quickly; then you can just buy women
Tenure-track positions are really hard to come by, so if OP gets a Ph.D., he'll most likely be stuck with crap-paying adjunct jobs. The only way he'd get any tail is if he picked up some doe-eyed freshman girl who didn't know any better, and then he'd get fired for violating the school's code of conduct. I'd say OP should just sign up for online dating!
Well I bet that was clearly worth it. Now off to the clinic who may be taking your next payments.