The facts: So through a series of unfortunate events I ended up in a total sausage-fest social circle in professional school, with a smattering of UG chicks. The UG chicks run the parties unfortunately and have stopped inviting me to them whereas I used to be invited in the past. I still go to SOME weekday(male only) events with the social circle by invitation but not weekend ones. And they are becoming increasingly awkward because I'm the ONLY one in the room that doesnt go to these events. Granted, its something of an honor to be rejected by these geeks but I still want to know WHY! 1. In the beginning I sort of ignored the social circle because I was involved with old college friends and some slvts from other social circles. I did hear some somewhat resentful comments regarding this from one guy. 2.Due to these comments I decided to make a business decision to engage this social circle more fully. I was never in the inner circle but I thought I was close. 3. I made the mistake of drunkenly advising a friend, in public at a party, to let his new clingy gf "sit on it" and ignore her texts for a few days. The UG's got so upset and wouldnt even sit next to me when we were all sitting around, so Im sitting on a huge couch by myself 4. I get along well with individual members of the social circle but things do get a bit awkward in the group. I have a strong personality and we rough each other up verbally as guys do but sometimes some of the comments from a few people seem spiteful and malicious, as if I am not respected or am looked down on. Like making fun of the way I talk or mocking me when I make a comment on some chick not being up to par like I have no right to talk or something. 5. I pretty much ignore the UG's to the extent that I am able. Is there anyway to tell if I'm an annoying person? I've never had problems like this before with friends, especially male friends but its possible that the problems here are reserved to the women. It seems like I might DISGUST the women even though Im a good looking guy and able to spin plates...reminiscent of my AFC days I must say...at the same time I would think that my guy friends in the social circle could get me invited to these events if they pushed for it.