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Girls what would you do (clubbing scenario)

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    You are in a club and a guy starts to talk to you and is being friendly, then he tells you that he has come to the club alone, what would you do? what would be the first thing you would think? Would it change your opinion of him?
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    what opinion? )
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    most think it's creepy/odd

    when i used to go clubbing sometimes i got separated from my friends and sometimes when talking to girls they would look at me suspiciously and ask "so who are you here with?" ..and i can tell that they think it is weird to come alone and are screening me with that question.
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    Would find it fairly creepy even if he was nice.
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    I very rarely form complete opinions of complete strangers that I meet anywhere. I personally don't go clubbing, but it doesn't really hold any kind of significance to me whether someone goes alone or in a group. The one and only thought I might have is that someone must be confident to go to a club on their own, but that moreso stems from me being frightened to walk around on my own in my town, especially at night where there will be drinking and likely drugs.
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    Something similar has happened to me before, luckily my friend came over to me so I used her as an excuse to remove myself from the conversation with a guy.
    Personally I find it odd/creepy, but then again 99% of the guys clubbing are there to get laid so maybe he's that desperate to, that he's come alone
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    I'd just walk away tbh
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    (Original post by drowzee)
    I'd just walk away tbh
    Why would you walk away?
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    (Original post by Pinkberry_y)
    Something similar has happened to me before, luckily my friend came over to me so I used her as an excuse to remove myself from the conversation with a guy.
    Personally I find it odd/creepy, but then again 99% of the guys clubbing are there to get laid so maybe he's that desperate to, that he's come alone
    Is that because you would feel like you couldn't trust him?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is that because you would feel like you couldn't trust him?
    Definitely. He's just after sex
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    (Original post by Pinkberry_y)
    Definitely. He's just after sex
    But how is it any different from being approached by a guy who is with a couple of people?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    But how is it any different from being approached by a guy who is with a couple of people?
    With a couple of people shows me he has friends, is social. I still wouldn't go off and sleep with him but it would normalise him a bit more than a someone who's come clubbing on their own who's going around chatting up intoxicated girls.
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    (Original post by Pinkberry_y)
    With a couple of people shows me he has friends, is social. I still wouldn't go off and sleep with him but it would normalise him a bit more than a someone who's come clubbing on their own who's going around chatting up intoxicated girls.
    Fair enough, Good point.
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    Depends if i saw him first and if he caught my eye but no if i was alone i would find it creepy that he would be so nice to me and tbh i'd just walk away and tell him to "f*** off".
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    Haha tbh weirdly enough, every time I've gone *sod it no-one wants to go out, I'll just wing it an see who's out* I end up pulling :lol: Albeit I never go out these days intending to pull.

    I think it depends what vibe you give the person. If it seems like a genuine conversation then they won't be creeped out, if you give them the impression you're just there to pull then they will.
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    (Original post by DanB1991)
    Haha tbh weirdly enough, every time I've gone *sod it no-one wants to go out, I'll just wing it an see who's out* I end up pulling :lol: Albeit I never go out these days intending to pull.

    I think it depends what vibe you give the person. If it seems like a genuine conversation then they won't be creeped out, if you give them the impression you're just there to pull then they will.
    Oh sorry hard man :P
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    (Original post by CallousCleric)
    Oh sorry hard man :P
    A) What you apologising for?

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    B) How am I a suggesting I'm a hard man from that post? :lol: I'm stick thin ffs!
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    Id probably chat with him, see what he's like, because everyone deserves a chance in my opinion
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    You are in a club and a guy starts to talk to you and is being friendly, then he tells you that he has come to the club alone, what would you do? what would be the first thing you would think? Would it change your opinion of him?
    I would find it very strange, due to the fact the reason I go to clubs is to socialise with my friends, dance with them, drink with them. Therefore, I don't understand the reason someone would go alone, and as I'm not bothered about talking to this person because he is a complete stranger, I would just leave him. I wouldn't try to understand as I am in a club trying to enjoy my time with my friends! No loss.
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    I only go to clubs/raves to dance. Better on your own cus less people bother you while you're in the zone lol.

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