Yes, getting attention from someone you wouldn't date in a million years does feel creepy. Now, if a guy I am not attracted to starts a nice conversation and then asks for my number, I don't consider that creepy. But a guy who is not attractive to me as well as most of the female population, who swaggers up on me like he is Brad Pitt and hands me some ridiculous line, that is just creepy. Only amazingly beautiful people can get away with this approach, the rest of us mere mortals had better try something different.
well I have said that randomly to a guy and my school and he started to laugh and then he gave me a random hug but he was really cute but I'm not that cute and he just like was chill which kinda creeped me out.
That is exactly why a lot of girls, myself included, never make the first move.. we're afraid of guys thinking we're creeps. Girls walk a really fine line, I would just take it as a compliment, and if you're not interested forget about it.
Yes I've been creeped out. Was this the first time it's happened to you? Yeah that sucks but for girls it happens A LOT
dude first day of work atthis new place the chick training me said "hey sexy" asked to suck my d*** and offered to go to her car after the shift...and she wasn't that good looking...some people are just comfortable with themselves...after working with her for a bit I can to enjoy her and her comments...just cause she said that to you I wouldn't freak enjoy the compliment...just cause she is ugly doesn't mean your not good looking :)
I have been called words like this, and it wasn't "creepy" however it was definitately strange.
Gorgeous, beautiful etc. These are words that you usually use to describe a girl. Girls you stamp your arm in a nightclub, strangers on the street, someone behind the counter like at McDonalds. These are the type of situations I have been called these words.
It's not a bad thing. But I am not a pretty boy so I don't get it and I don't know how to take it. Why can't they call me something more manly? I am not complaining though, better then being called ugly. But it does feel a little wierd.
I didn't think it was creepy. And I have never seen creepy girls before thankfully.
Nah man I think it's alright. You know it's nice to get a compliment from time to time, but sometimes it can be off putting if it's too forward, or if you're not interested in her.
There's a huge stereotype out there that says that all men want is sex and that it doesn't really matter what the woman is like or how she says things. Honestly men are just as complicated as women in some respects, we're people. It sounds like you're worried that you're reacting like a woman, and not a man, but you are a man, and that's how you felt. Don't sweat it, accept it.
I usually take it as a compliment and feel flattered. But yes, I've had a few girls genuinely creep me out because they just wouldn't take the hint that I'm not flirting back. Also, the girls with raging sex drives that make it plainly obvious that they are trying to talk about sex can get annoying sometimes. But other than stuff like that, I don't feel creeped out by some vibes that girls throw out.