Not a joke or troll. I have two Asian male friends in their early 30s who has never been on a date. Never went to their high school proms, no dating in college, etc. No, they're not fugly or handicapped or assholes. And definitely not gay as determined by the quantity of porn on their computers and frequent visits to strip joints. Both are college graduates, gainfully employed (but live with parents), drive nice cars and have decent personalities. Perhaps they're a bit shy and geeky -- but nothing that cannot be overcomed. I think since they've never dated, they fell into that mode where dating and girls aren't important. In other words, shyness became a habit and that habit encouraged a lifestyle of singleness. And they're comfortable with it so they don't feel compelled to change. It's like being at a dead end job -- it may suck but why look for another when the one you have now is safe and comfortable. I know it's their life but I feel encouraged to intervene. What's the best way to release their wild side? Forget about introducing some of my female friends to them. My love life is pretty pathetic too (just not nearly as pathetic as theirs).