« on: March 01, 2009, 03:17:35 PM »
I honestly don't understand the following post by SASS:
"I am a little scared about your approach to women. You sound like you're that creepy guy women are afraid of."
All I am seeking is to connect with more people, so I am less lonely at school. And I'm not really talking about connecting with girls intimately. I am looking for much less, like being able to call someone up and eat together so I don't have to eat alone. Or asking the girls who live in my apartment building questions regarding class. The problem that I tried to communicate is that I find that my female classmates interpert this as me wanting something more, when all I really am looking for is company. I don't see anything creepy about that, just a human need to feel more connected with others.
In regards to M_Cool's question "what about undergrads?" I tried to meet undergrads earlier in the year, but have decided that this is not a smart approach. Although my law school is pretty competitive, the undergrad school is not. Therefore, I doubt undergrads would understand the amount of time I must devote to work.
Although I am tempted to disclose the name of the law school I go to, I would rather not out of concern that my classmates may read this.