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    Oh my God...funniest thing....I'm at the wedding with my parents and this random woman comes up to me saying my son likes you and basically came with a marriage proposal..I was like 16 :')
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    (Original post by Kage)
    It'd be interesting to hear if this kind of thing has ever happened to guys, from girls. I doubt it.
    Not sure if it counts as an 'approach' but near the Leidseplein this female (foreigner, not Dutch) kept falling on my shoulder whilst I was trying to talk to my male friend. It got quite irritating so I gently pushed her away, but didn't realize how drunk she was, so the force of my push made her lose her balance on one of her heels and she fell to the floor. I was escorted out of the premises (I was only 3 metres from the exit so no problem) and just went to a better bar anyway.
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    (Original post by gigi2847)
    Hmmm.....

    I was outside a trainstation and a guy came up to me with a suitcase, said his GF had just kicked him out, asked me where I was getting the train to, paid for my ticket, then told me he was a pilot and got from Korea to the UK in 12 minutes in his helicopter because he had a casualty of war in the chopper and needed to get back to the UK.

    Then asked for my number.

    He did not get it :/
    LOL!!
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    The best (by which I mean worst) pickup I've seen in person was when a guy came up to the girl I was walking with and asked what the time was. She looked at her watch, said the time, and the guy replied, 'No, it's time you went on a date with me'.

    Lol'd.
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    (Original post by IsthatmaryX)
    I'm crying, this is so funny. What did you say?


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    I wrote above, I cant really remember, just that he was really embarrased :lol:
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    (Original post by Helenarth)
    Creeps like this seem to think they are SO attractive, any woman who doesn't immediately jump on them must be a lesbian... :rolleyes:
    I know its both annoying and amusing at the same time
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    I was in a shopping centre with my friend at about 9am on a weekday (we were doing work experience) and she went to use the cash machine

    I was literally about 4m away doing nothing and this guy who was about 50 (I think he was mentally ill which was what scared me the most) (and I think it was a guy, coulda been a woman) walked up to me, grabbed my hand started stroking it, asking if I was married and grinning at me. I was so spooked I just called her (but she thought I was messing about). Then she noticed I was scared and I practically screamed sorry to him and just walked quickly in the other direction.

    We were about 14? His hands were really soft though.


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    I was baking at home when a door-to-door Red Cross sales man knocked on my door. He started talking and stumbling over his words about trying to get me to sign up to donate to the charity. He started asking if I wanted to have first aid training so I told him I already am and I'm a lifeguard. As soon as I said that he winked at me and said "ah I might have to test your first aid by tripping on my way out" to which I faintly smiled. Then he said, with another wink, "I'll have to come to your pool and pretend to drown. Just so you can save me". I gave a fake laugh since I've heard that line too many times.
    Then he kept all his winking up, every few sentences, asking if he could stay at mine as I was baking buns and he didn't want to keep walking, then he asked if I could bake him a present, and he asked if he could drop back into mine after his rounds.
    He seemed a couple years older than me, and he seemed to try and invent door-to-door flirting haha.

    Was an odd convo as he confessed he no longer donated to any charities anymore and he seemed more interested in my job and my baking.
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    (Original post by tillytots)
    Walking back from tescos to my halls of residence ( about a ten minute walk) I had my headphones in so had no idea some guy was following me, he followed all the way up to the front door of the block I lived in, finally managed to get my attention and said he'd followed me all the way out of tesco's down here and could he take me out to dinner. I was a bit freaked out considering he was mid 30's and I was only 18 and that he'd followed me all the way to where I lived, got past the gates and all. I said no and just quickly ran down the corridor.
    LOL yeah you get some right wrong-uns in Manchester sometimes...but we're not all bad
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    I think being a female is like being a celebrity, you constantly get harassed.
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    (Original post by MancBoy)
    LOL yeah you get some right wrong-uns in Manchester sometimes...but we're not all bad
    I've met some lovely Mancunians! Just always come across some weird ones in rusholme/curry mile area, but other than that, such a friendly bunch :P
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    I once had a completely random man run up to me on the pavement in Tenerife, pick me up, run me across the road and put me on a stool in a bar. Honestly thought I was being kidnapped for a brief second, was completely stunned and then quickly ran away from him back to my friend. I don't advise guys doing that.
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    (Original post by IWTGBT07)
    I think being a female is like being a celebrity, you constantly get harassed.
    not me.


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    (Original post by tillytots)
    I've met some lovely Mancunians! Just always come across some weird ones in rusholme/curry mile area, but other than that, such a friendly bunch :P
    HAHA! I'm Asian and even I admit that place is full of desperate lads that would go for just about anyone as long as they're female. Stay well away.
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    (Original post by datpiff)
    Says it all really. I'm not talking about weird and wonderful either. Just downright weird.




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    I got hit on in a club once, and informed him I had a boyfriend, to which he replied, "So? I have a maths exam next week... And I'm gonna cheat on that :sexface: "
    I was frightened :sadnod:

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    (Original post by Billton)
    I got hit on in a club once, and informed him I had a boyfriend, to which he replied, "So? I have a maths exam next week... And I'm gonna cheat on that :sexface: "
    I was frightened :sadnod:

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    Wow, now that is a good line
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    Some guy came up to me and told me that he had one pound fish and I gotta have a look.
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    (Original post by tillytots)
    Walking back from tescos to my halls of residence ( about a ten minute walk) I had my headphones in so had no idea some guy was following me, he followed all the way up to the front door of the block I lived in, finally managed to get my attention and said he'd followed me all the way out of tesco's down here and could he take me out to dinner. I was a bit freaked out considering he was mid 30's and I was only 18 and that he'd followed me all the way to where I lived, got past the gates and all. I said no and just quickly ran down the corridor.
    Poor guy was just trying to build up his courage :D
    Can see why you would have been scared though...
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    someone came into my work and asked me if i wanted a ride on his tractor...
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