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I was joined by a man on a nightout. The man was creeping everyone out including girls and myself. He is not doing anything wrong. Maybe small things that he does, like the look. He has this weird smile. I would rather have someone with quite serious look. I still don't know what it was he did or he was, he was creeping everyone out.

What makes a man creepy?

I don't think occasional look at a girl's bum or breasts make a man creepy. What did this man do wrong?
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a creepy woman

makes a creepy man
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at first, girls were pleased. he was good looking. within 15 mins, he managed to creep every girl out.
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Agree with u on that.
That creepy man like she said wouldn't be interested in talking to her therefore hes creepy get ur story str8, that might be my scenario.
Girls nowadays are sad and desperate!!!!
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(Original post by Mo_2013)
Agree with u on that.
That creepy man like she said wouldn't be interested in talking to her therefore hes creepy get ur story str8, that might be my scenario.
Girls nowadays are sad and desperate!!!!
struggling to understand this english. what do you mean?
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Guys who don't just have a normal conversation with you are creepy...
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Some blokes have smiles that stretch too far up their cheeks, that's weird look-wise. Maybe he was bringing up weird and awkward subjects. Was he giving everyone aggressive one word answers? I know a feller that does that but he has Asperger's so it might not be something he can help.
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Guys who don't just have a normal conversation with you are creepy...
I understand that. He was talking about girls of this nationality are hotter than girls of that etc. But in 15mins, all girls got creeped out completely.
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(Original post by Dannyboyo)
Some blokes have smiles that stretch too far up their cheeks, that's weird look-wise. Maybe he was bringing up weird and awkward subjects. Was he giving everyone aggressive one word answers? I know a feller that does that but he has Asperger's so it might not be something he can help.
Maybe he is socially awkward. He has Hollister like looks. It's a shame.
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(Original post by KICHMYARSE)
I understand that. He was talking about girls of this nationality are hotter than girls of that etc. But in 15mins, all girls got creeped out completely.
Because that is not a normal conversation, that's a Pervy conversation!
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Maybe he is socially awkward. He has Hollister like looks. It's a shame.
Hollister looks? You've lost me... what like, he could model Hollister clothes?
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Hollister looks? You've lost me... what like, he could model Hollister clothes?
yep.
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Because that is not a normal conversation, that's a Pervy conversation!
he was also touchy, one of the girls said. he tried to touch their shoulders and arms.
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he was also touchy, one of the girls said. he tried to touch their shoulders and arms.
Urghhhhh

That's the worst.

Hate it when people feel its OK to put their hands all over strangers.
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Urghhhhh

That's the worst.

Hate it when people feel its OK to put their hands all over strangers.
I did it on some girls. they were not that bothered. obviously not right after we met. it shows you are interested.
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(Original post by KICHMYARSE)
I did it on some girls. they were not that bothered. obviously not right after we met. it shows you are interested.
Did you know them/have a normal not creepy conversation beforehand though?
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Did you know them/have a normal not creepy conversation beforehand though?
yep.
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Touching or standing too close is an invasion of your personal space / body. If you did not give permission then that would make you feel uncomfortable.

Talking about other girls of other nationalities and comparing them may also make you feel uncomfortable because he is judging them and in the process judging you and your friends too.

If he was occassionally looking at breasts and bums, then that too will make you feel uncomfortable as this suggests he is subconsciously (or covertly) thinking of te potential for sex.

Looks are subjective and you did not find his smile appealing. It may be the others in your group also did not find this appealing.

Taken in isolation, each of these traits/behaviours is not a cuase for alarm.

Together, they added up to a sense of overwhelming unease that all is not right with him. Hence the 'creepy' feeling is your subconsious telling you to err on the side of caution and stay away from him.
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is that creepy man with hollister looks you?
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yep.
Well there lies the difference
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