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Sorry mate, had to let my mum know your pain. She says that that girl's a mole. I agree.
It sucks that you're unattractive and all, but you clearly tried to pick up this girl because of her physical attributes. It's an unfair double standard to not allow her the chance to reject you based on your physical attributes.
Yeah I'm gay, so thanks for that assumption, but I manage to find plenty of attractive people who are interested in me and have great personalities and senses of humor. So clearly my system's working for me. If you're going to have a physical and emotional relationship you have to be attracted to someone physically and emotionally, and it's not a huge injustice to the world to say "that person really doesn't do much for me" just after glancing at them. It's just the way we're wired.
"Not a huge injustice to the world...just after glancing at them." What about the men and women who were unlucky on the physical trait scale, but are beautiful people where it counts? Seems like an injustice to me if they are shoved to the side based on looks. Besides, how exactly do you judge physical attractiveness, hmm? It's subjective; every person is different. What you might find attractive may be god-awful to someone else. I don't care about your sexual orientation. I'm just saying that you shouldn't assume the physical attractiveness of either OP or the girl. I suggest getting to know someone first. Don't discount them because of appearance.
You don't have to talk to someone just because you think they're attractive. I've met lots of people because they were doing something I found interesting or I was doing something they find interesting. I'm not pretty but guys will start a conversation with me and ask for my number if they think we have mutual interests (I know that doesn't count as "hitting on", but some people would apply the same rules to dating). For example, if I'm wearing band merch and the guy likes the band or I'm reading a book they like. I do the same thing when talking to people too; I go for people who seem like they'd be similar to me. Sometimes people just catch your eye and looks have nothing to do with it. Maybe he thought she seemed like somebody he'd like.
34 - Not all bitches are pretty and not all uglies are nice. Just because OP found 'something' about her appealing enough to try and talk to her doesn't mean she is necessarily attractive. I know plenty of people who like certain attributes about others. For example, one girl I know likes guys that have tattoos. the fact that the guy can be quite ugly is irrelevant. The tattoo itself is the only thing that will compel her to approach him. "Pretty is as pretty does."