So my biggest problem is I'm an introvert... or maybe I wouldn't call this a problem since I actually like being alone most of the time. The only problem with this is that being alone mean I can't stand to be in places like clubs and bars. I personally find them annoying and not interesting. Also I'm not a fan of drinking that much and prices in bars are often more than what I'm willing to pay (I'm a compulsive saver. My bank account testifies to that). In the old days I rarely stayed to chat with girls when I was in places like that, I'd often just say hi, drop a couple of lines and go. I never really sat down and attempted to have any prolonged conversations with girls. I kept taking the advise of dating books a little too literally with that. Albeit I believe I should have tried to talk more to those girls. My main problem is approaching effectively. I have the confidence, just not the skill.
The other thing is, I unfortunately don't know much people who are in the dating scene. I tried to join a fraternity once, but I got rejected, the girls at the frat house were surprisingly open and very honest, even I had a girl tell me how turned on she as like it was a video game stat. It was pretty cool, but I never got back to it since I was not accepted by the frat.
What all of this means, I'm going to have to do things alone. Also because I'm interested in younger girls, (I'm 31 currently) albeit I don't look that old. Just what kind of approach do I need when walking up to girls?
I'm thinking about volunteering at an animal shelter to see if I can find anyone there. It helps that I really love animals, in fact, as I was writing this, my cat was lying in front of me and my arms were on top of her, ha!