I mean seriously... A lot of the good guys on here, from what I've observed on this site, have all been called a creep at least once in our life...
I just read a question also, about a girl being creeped out by a guy looking into her eyes for a long time... That it made her feel weird... Do girl's for some reason, not realize that when you really like someone that they DO make you feel a little weird on the inside, that it's a little bit uncomfortable?
Same happens with me, yeah I start feeling the butterflies inside too, yeah it feels weird, and yeah it's difficult to hold my gaze into a girl I like's eyes... But it's a GOOD thing! It's because I like her! Not because I think she's weird, because that how I feel when I look at her... I don't go labeling her a "creep" after our conversation...
Do girls somehow just not realize how liking someone is supposed to feel? Because I don't get how they can go out with some bad boy that they claim to "love" yet they go and try to change him and whatnot and can accept him for who he is from the get go... Yet they "love" him?! Love appreciates for all someone is... They wouldn't want to chance someone they loved for real.
Half the time these guys aren't very respectable people, they do drugs, or have some sort of trouble with the law, or something, yet a nice , put-together guy that CAN be appreciated for all he is, comes along... shows a bit of genuine interest, and he get's labeled a creep... SOMETHING isn't right... :/
I can elaborate further if needed... Mature opinions please.
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Actually, I'd say that yes, it's often true.
As you know, lots of girls go for the hot asshole. The guy who's hot and knows it, and she is just another notch in his long line of girls. Then she gets dumped, and she gets hurt. For a lot of girls, repeat this several more times.
In comes the good guy. He's polite, he's social, your friends like him, and he's confident. He can send you genuine compliments instead of backhanded ones, he lets you know you're special rather than just another girl, and he certainly wouldn't do anything behind your back. He's great. And she isn't used to it. This guy often DOES scare girls, because he's a lot of what they're looking for (maybe with exception to looks, but that varies). He scares her because he seems like he's WAY too good for her. Similarly, a lot of guys won't ask out the super hot girl because she seems out of his league. A lot of girls get scared because this good guy is way beyond theirs. She isn't used to being treated well by boyfriends. She's used to being defensive, untrusting, and trying to get him to like her more. Now, she can't do any of those things. More than anything, it's the change that scares girls.
For a lot of girls, they get scared and leave him. Should they ever need a reason why, she isn't going to say "He was too good for me", and he certainly wasn't a jerk. "Creep" is often the adjective used in such a situation.1