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    Lol the guys wouldn't know because girls wouldn't say anything :ninja:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    just wondering. If a guy i didn't like thought like that about me i'd be pretty creeped out and flattered at the same time. If i liked him i would love it ofc. so guys don't ever get creeped out by girls?
    If a girl said that to me I'd be flattered.
    If a guy said that to me I'd be flattered.

    I think it says more about you if you do get creeped out by stuff like this.
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    Oh please, not again... :afraid:
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    (Original post by 0range)
    If a girl said that to me I'd be flattered.
    If a guy said that to me I'd be flattered.

    I think it says more about you if you do get creeped out by stuff like this.
    well if a leering guy said that to me then hell yes i would be creeped out. it gives off weird stalking vibes. what does it say about me?
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    Oh please, not again... :afraid:
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    I am sure this feeling is mutual amongst girls
    But the feelings will depend on whether the guy find the girl attractive or not
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    (Original post by ChickenMadness)
    If she's hot it would give me a semi. Possibly even a boner.
    Now I'm turned on.
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    I'd tell her to go to start going to church and reading the bible regularly.
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    Been there, for at least 2 years. Didn't really like her in the same way at the time - stayed best friends until very recently, then lost her, and realised two things: 1. I'd both become addicted to and taken for granted the feeling of being adored day-in day-out; 2. that I might actually feel more for her than I thought I would. **** my life.
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    (Original post by Hashim123)
    Been there, for at least 2 years. Didn't really like her in the same way at the time - stayed best friends until very recently, then lost her, and realised two things: 1. I'd both become addicted to and taken for granted the feeling of being adored day-in day-out; 2. that I might actually feel more for her than I thought I would. **** my life.
    did she say those words to u? you love her then?
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    "I really think you should stop talking to me in this manner, mother."
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    what if she wants all of you everyday. A relationship?
    No offence but if you're like many women, you are wanting the inaccessible. If you had it there a lot, you wouldn't want it as much or at all. It's a recurring cycle that women seem to go through.
 
 
 
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