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If a guy likes a girl, does he stalk her casually?
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Posted 3/16/12
I wouldn't call it stalking, but rather he takes interest in her. Just waiting for the perfect moment to talk to her, looking at the things she like, just casual things.
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Posted 3/16/12

scarlettexashes wrote:

I have total stalker tendencies.

I had it real bad while I was still in high school. I found out (by accident, really, I swear) where my crush lived. And I would get up extra early, everyday, and take this obscene out of the way route to school, just so I could walk by his house. I hoped that maybe one day, if I walked by his place, he would be on his way to school too, see me and be like "Oh hey! You want a ride?!"

....never happened. And I walked by his house for two years until he graduated. Shit, I really liked him.

Even now, I still have some stalkerish tendencies. Im not nearly as bad as I was when I was teen (being a grown up does that to you, I guess) If the guy I like walks by, I try to make up some excuse as to why I need to be near the same vicinity as him, lmao.


I dont think that would qualify as stalking. You was just trying to wait for a moment to really get to talk to him. Infact, one of my late Exes did that, instead of my house she walked past my locker everyday, infact she knew who i was before i knew who she was.
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Posted 3/24/12
Simple. Social medias like Facebook, Twitter and so on.
Posted 4/8/12
I've actually thought about the dynamics of this topic a bit in the past...

There's a simple way to never be accused of stalking.

It's called -- "Be attractive."

Seriously, think about it -- I'm sure most if not all of you here have heard some story about a couple getting together, maybe even who are now married. When describing their early days, the story might go like, "I didn't like him at first, but he was so sweet, and so attentive. He would write me little notes, send me flowers. I found that his persistence just wore me down, so I went on a date with him, and here we are!"

Yeah...but if the woman basically didn't like the man, those EXACT SAME STEPS on the part of the guy would be cause for a restraining order. Possibly even a trip to the gun store.

Guys try to learn about women all the time. They ask her friends about what she likes or doesn't like, they might walk near her a few times if they need to build up their confidence to finally approach her for real.

The difference between shy guy and stalker is a razor-fine distinction, and far more subjective than some commenters would have us believe. And every time someone talks about one of the 'love stories' like I mentioned above, or watches some crappy rom-com movie with that sort of plot, or reads some lame romance puff-piece on match.com designed to appeal to shy would-be romantics, then...poof...another mixed message is tossed into the pop culture ether.

Side but related note: It's the same thing with sexual harassment charges in the workplace. You don't want to be accused of sexual harassment? Simple -- be attractive! The hot, charming guy is seen as a playful but harmless flirt. The exact same comments from someone less physically attractive generates discomfort, fear, and occasional lawsuits.
Posted 4/8/12
yes of course ur suppose to stalk her, she will take it as a compliment (or maybe thats just me) anyways if i liked a guy i would stalk him n try to get noticed as well, its just nature
Posted 4/18/12
I believe every girl has their own opinions. From a woman's point of view, an interested individual may grasp the opportunity to approach me and start a conversation but there is no point in stalking an individual like myself.
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Posted 4/18/12
Yes! I thought I lost this pic!
Posted 5/31/12
yeahh maybe.
Posted 5/31/12
Yes but it can go either way. I think the scale of which varies from personality to personality.
Posted 5/31/12
stalk the shit out of her
Posted 5/31/12
of course
Posted 5/31/12
I wouldnt call it stalking more like trying to figure her out b4 making a move.
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Posted 5/31/12 , edited 5/31/12
there is no such thing as "Casual stalking" If a guy is purposely following a woman around without her knowledge, it's stalking. Just because you consider it "a side hobby" it doesn't make you any less of a creep.

To all of you creeps out there: Stop being creeps.

Also: To guys that just happen to notice where a girl is at certain times of day, while trying to decide how to approach her is not "stalking" at all. It's just being observant. However, if you happen to know where this girl is because you're tailing her, then it is stalking
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Posted 5/31/12
Um... well, most of the guys who've had a crush on me didn't exactly stalk me- they just sort of stared at me a lot... observed...
I had a couple of stalkers back in 7th grade, upperclassmen, but they honestly were just being pervs, and didn't like me for anything besides my body -_- those two were idiots.
Posted 5/31/12
If a girl falls for a stalker and stalks him, will they ever move?
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