By InNeedOfFriends - 12/04/2013 00:00 - United States
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That's a bit of a shame. Why not just ask if they fancy going out for a few? Doors may open.
15- You can try and try, working your fingers to calloused nubs trying to make friends and gain a social life, but still get nowhere. There's not enough information about the OP to know their specifics, but social interaction involves two people, and if the other person doesn't want any of it, then you'll get about as far as a slug on salt-flats. Much like my relationship with the FML community, I love them all so, but they seem to hate me. 22- Spot on idea
It's ok OP, for the longest time the only human interaction I had was my dad, mom, and sister.
Go online and meet some new people. Immediately. There's no reason you have to feel lonely, there are so many people just dying to meet someone like you. You'll find someone to hang out with easily, be introduced to their friends, and so on :)
Yeah, you go out to a public place, have your fun, and part ways. Meeting a random person in "real life" and hanging out with them poses the same risk, but if you're intelligent about it, chances are you'll be fine. It's not like I'm saying "go to some man's house for a first meeting, tell no one where you're going, and make sure you accept whatever drink he offers you." Get real
If you meet in a well-lit, public place.... shouldn't matter too much for your safety. "Oh you're a 73 year old man and not a 22 year old girl that wants a shopping buddy? Guess this outing is over, nice to meet you, bye." Will clear up 95% of most mistaken identity mishaps. Also FB and Google are your friends
Meh, if they really are gonna judge you on your social life, tell them to go fuck themselves. If you don't want to go out and interact/talk to people most of the time, then you don't have to. I find reading or being in the library much more satisfying sometimes, so don't even sweat it OP, I bet your still awesome.