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QUESTION: How do girls actually feel its "creepy" to be approached by completely random strangers?

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  1. It is called unwanted attention. It is like a Jehovah's witness but more intimidating.

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    1. DO YOU NEED THE LORD JESUS CHRIST??????

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  2. you can't group every girl into a single category..

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  3. Basically if you're unattractive or she feels she's too good for you, it's creepy. If she wants the d then it's showing "confidence". This only applies to people with decent social skills. For people who lack social skills it's immediately creepy unless she thinks your hot.

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    1. ^ This.
      Keep in mind that a lot of people at UW don't have social skills lol just picture yourself being hit on by your idea of a typical UW student.

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    2. +1000

      Girls wouldn't find a "hot" guy randomly approaching them creepy. But if it's a chubby guy with bad acne and in need of a haircut, then it's creepy...

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    3. This is more the case for being hit on by a stranger rather than just approached. Like, if "a chubby guy with bad acne and in need of a haircut" approaches you with an innocuous question like what time it is or when something is due for a class you're both in that's not creepy at all. It only gets creepy if they try to hit on you.

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  4. I'm a girl, and I only find it creepy when someone stares at me or follows me without saying anything. If you actually just say hi, I will always make conversation and say hi back.

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    1. unless you think there beneath you

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  5. It's creepy if you're too forward. Try just talking normally at first not running up to someone and putting them on the spot about going out with you. Although compliments are nice and all I'd much prefer if you hold off on them until you've actually spent enough time around me to say more than something about my appearance.

    If you've had a lot of creepy experiences with people it can make you nervous about someone who may not be creepy. So for the love of god please do not try to smell me or fish my gum out of the garbage when we first meet. Please...

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    1. >please do not try to smell me or fish my gum out of the garbage when we first meet

      I wasn't aware things like this happened in real life.

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    2. It does and I'm sick of it.

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  6. ...have you seen some complete strangers?
    Imagine it from your perspective.
    People coming up to you to talk to you is not inherently creepy.
    But if you're approached by a woman who you are not attracted to, is clearly older than you, who has no clear question (like what the time is) and who you've never met before and looks kind of sketchy are you going to say 'hey, let's be friends, so glad you approached me for no reason!' or are you going to try to go back to whatever you were doing before?
    Don't take shit like this as an insult just for being a guy because it's probably not directed at you anyway. If I get approached by someone a lot older than me with a dirty looking beard and dirty looking clothes, that's the sort of thing that I would call creepy, not someone my age awkwardly tripping over their words while asking about which bus route to take.

    I can imagine that it's harder to understand from a guy's perspective because I've never really seen any instances of creepy looking women approaching boys & giving them unappreciated attention, but I often see creepy looking men wolf-whistling and trying to pick up girls a lot younger than them that look obviously uninterested.

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    1. Also (same person) keep in mind that not everyone likes attention, period!!
      Regardless of gender, there are a lot of socially awkward folks out there who just plain don't like to be approached unless it's something important.
      Not that that's the sort of thing that anyone would call 'creepy', but I just think that you really shouldn't get upset if strangers don't seem like they want to talk to you. Everyone has their own insecurities, flaws and past experiences, so don't take it offensively when not everyone is open to meeting strangers.

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    2. ALSO (this is my last one I swear), you have to take context into account. If a girl is walking home in the pitch black in a not so nice area then literally any stranger who approaches her would be considered creepy, at risk of being kidnapped or raped.

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  7. how is it not creepy, maybe you don't understand because no one ever approached you?

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  8. Gurlls if i cum in ur butt on strt that crepe?

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