I got to know a lady in a local store over several weeks, Whenever I went in there we had a really good chat, she told me all about herself and was interested when I told her about myself, so one evening when it wasn t too busy decided to ask her for her number, it appeared she didn t seem too keen, so I didn t push it made my excuses and left, a few days later I was in the store getting some groceries in another part of the store and she walked past me, I very briefly said to her sorry if I embarrassed you the other day, and she said I hadn t and it was ok, anyway that was all and I went home, the next day I was at home and the doorbell went and it was the police, they said they had a call about someone bothering this woman, apparently the stores security had got my number plate number, when I explained to the police they were kind of sorry for bothering me, but this situation has greatly affected my confidence in approaching any women as it appeared me and her were getting on great.
Most Helpful Girl
Huh? Soemone told the police you were 'bothering her'? Seems kinda weird! Asking for somebody's number is fine- and it's sounds like you were very polite when she said no.
I would like to think this just one, bad, isolated experience. Maybe it's workplace policy- who knows?
This situation turned out badly through no fault of your own, you were perfectly reasonable and civil. Not all situations would turn out like this!
Please don't let this get you down as the fault is not with you!1
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Most Helpful Guy
Women are so overtly sensitive to this type of shit today. I would understand if you stalked her down the street or something, but come on you feminazi misandrists.1