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Prince Myshkin

Ever met a weirdo online?

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Ugh... I used to get so many creepers adding me on MSN because they'd get my addy from forums I was signed up to. These dudes weren't even members of the forums. They did not seem to give a shit either when I'd mention I was a tad young to be talking to them at 14ish. Yeesh...

 

Also have had adds on FB from interest groups and those guys have had no idea how to talk to women.... at all... though this seems reflective of real life how some dudes in those interest groups see a girl they like and all social skills take a jump out the window of a fifty-storey building. :facepalm:

 

I've had a female friend pester me too but they do seem to have some sort of condition :/ don't know how to break it to them that I don't want to talk 24/7.

 

I've lost count of how many times I've started talking to guys and vice-versa, when they find out I am romantically unavailable the conversation abruptly ends. Highly irritating but I suppose good for me as well being saved the 'pleasure' of speaking regularly to such a person hey?

 

Being an Aspie I've sometimes laid the interest a bit thick myself but I've sort of realised the signs that people aren't that interested back and when to back off, I remember it being a bit difficult at times but I really don't understand anymore how other more neurotypical people just fail to. Sure it's upsetting to deal with, but Christ how does the other person on the receiving end feel... -_-

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I've lost count of how many times I've started talking to guys and vice-versa, when they find out I am romantically unavailable the conversation abruptly ends.

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqDbb7-dn9A]Snuff Box - Boyfriend sketches - YouTube[/ame]

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Snuff Box - Boyfriend sketches - YouTube[/url]

 

:lol: hahahaha

 

That is so true.

 

My friend was talking to this guy (who we know in real life, he is a ****) and the moment she said she didn't want to have sex with him, he became stroppy and was being arcey with her.

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It's a shame to have that so much at the focal part of your intentions for a night. I mean, sure, there are times (and sometimes it's often) when it would be nice to, but to have it dictate who you talk to and how you behave towards them, and often make you come off in such a negative way. Well, it's just a bit depressing.

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Snuff Box - Boyfriend sketches - YouTube[/url]

 

What a true gentleman.

 

...that actually pained me to type

 

It's a shame to have that so much at the focal part of your intentions for a night. I mean, sure, there are times (and sometimes it's often) when it would be nice to, but to have it dictate who you talk to and how you behave towards them, and often make you come off in such a negative way. Well, it's just a bit depressing.

 

I will never understand the huge passive aggressiveness that then happens when things inevitably don't go as planned

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I have a girl I went to school with constantly pester me on facebook, I'll get a message every now and then like WHY DO YOU NEVER TALK TO ME ANYMORE and other accusing messages like that.

I hung around her in school only because she was in my tutor group and I kinda felt sorry for her because she had no friends (Mainly because she was the biggest shit stirrer I've ever met)

I never reply to any of her messages and it's been about 3 years since I've even spoken to her, yet every so often she still feels the need to message me. You would have thought she'd have taken the hint by now. I thought since she's had a baby it might stop because she's got other stuff to worry about, but nope.

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I still don't understand how guys add me every once in a while...what are they doing searching profiles, and what goes through their minds when they click on the "Add as friend" button? Do they seriously think I'm going to accept? Sheesh...I love clicking on "No" when Facebook asks "Do you know this person outside of Facebook?". Hah !

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I've had three in the last two weeks!

dude... :sick:

 

invite me over and I'll creep them away for free! :wideeyed::lol:

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When people answer the topic question with a 'no', very likely they are the weirdo themselves :awesome:

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