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    (Original post by JimboJones_)
    the fact that you don't understand obvious sarcasm really makes it clear that you're autistic, like I said last night. the lack of empathy just reinforces this. the fact that you feel like you can report anybody for anything whilst you yourself aren't getting reported for your insulting language is just depressing. the mods must be feeling sorry for you I suppose.
    you say i'm autistic like that's some sort of an insult. like I said before, that's in very poor taste and just shows the sort of person you are.

    I did get the sarcasm, I tried to ignore it so he would realize the futility of his post.
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    (Original post by Conorlegg)
    Says the person who called a man in the library 'dodgey, pathetic and creepy'..
    yes but the guy in question will never know that I said that. I didn't insult him to his face. the guys on here on the other hand have thrown every sort of insult at me, from calling me a skank to a revolting feminist and a cow. And for what? For feeling uncomfortable with a guy's behaviour in public. It just reaffirms the fact that we do still need feminism in this world, because of attitudes like this.
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    (Original post by SirMilkSheikh)
    If memory recalls, last year you made a thread saying you were short and fat. That is literally the worst combination ever. Don't flatter yourself. He was asking about the books only, and definitely not you.
    yes, i'm sure he genuinely wanted to know if the Harry Potter books were good.

    like I said guys will go for anything these days.
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    He might be creepy, but I'd cut guys some slack when you put it in context, which is a socially cold world where women have been shutting out large numbers of guys and having less and less need for them as time goes on, all this while guys biologies and urges are the same.

    Sexual frustration makes people act out of character.
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    yes, i'm sure he genuinely wanted to know if the Harry Potter books were good.

    like I said guys will go for anything these days.
    Again, don't flatter yourself. No man finds short and fat girls attractive, in the same way that they don't find hippos and walruses attractive. You are invisible. If you weren't reading Harry Potter, then you may as well have been a wisp of air, because he would have walked right past you.
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    (Original post by SirMilkSheikh)
    If memory recalls, last year you made a thread saying you were short and fat. That is literally the worst combination ever. Don't flatter yourself. He was asking about the books only, and definitely not you.
    This is savage.

    Nah but on real terms, if some guy asked you if a book was interesting maybe he's trying to spark conversation or potential make a friend, ever heard of those, friends? Then again your a Sherlock fan and he doesn't have friends ergo you therefore don't.

    If it was the otherway around if a guy posted 'got creeped on by a girl' the replies would be such *******s and a lot less than you're getting.


    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    yes, i'm sure he genuinely wanted to know if the Harry Potter books were good.

    like I said guys will go for anything these days.
    Also no, not unless they're completely horny and desperate, and this only happens in a club
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    (Original post by JimboJones_)
    why is it in poor taste? I'm trying to educate you on why you don't have friends



    nah
    I don't need you to 'educate' me.
    There are actual autistic people on this forum and those are the people who will be offended by your posts, not me. People who haven't done you any harm but have a genuine learning difficulty. But as long as you get in a cheap insult which makes you feel better about your miserable existence, I suppose it's worth it.
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    (Original post by PhilipG1)
    This is savage.

    Nah but on real terms, if some guy asked you if a book was interesting maybe he's trying to spark conversation or potential make a friend, ever heard of those, friends? Then again your a Sherlock fan and he doesn't have friends ergo you therefore don't.

    If it was the otherway around if a guy posted 'got creeped on by a girl' the replies would be such *******s and a lot less than you're getting.
    what kind of logic is that?
    anyone else posting about a similar experience would get a lot less crap than I do. I don't know what it is, people genuinely hate me on here.
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    I don't need you to 'educate' me.
    There are actual autistic people on this forum and those are the people who will be offended by your posts, not me. People who haven't done you any harm but have a genuine learning difficulty. But as long as you get in a cheap insult which makes you feel better about your miserable existence, I suppose it's worth it.
    yeah, but you *are* autistic though
    you are a 20 something year old virgin without any friends
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    *you're.

    he was the one seeking attention from me.
    weren't you the one calling me a grammar nazi for telling you off for mispelling "misogynist"? jesus christ, this *is* savage.
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    (Original post by SirMilkSheikh)
    Again, don't flatter yourself. No man finds short and fat girls attractive, in the same way that they don't find hippos and walruses attractive. You are invisible. If you weren't reading Harry Potter, then you may as well have been a wisp of air, because he would have walked right past you.
    that's BS and you know it. Men on here themselves admit it. If a man is desperate enough and frustrated enough, he will approach anyone regardless of looks. I've seen guys on here constantly moaning about how easy it is for girls to get approached, how women always have the upper hand. So what you've said contradicts many, many posts.

    why do you hate me so much though? what have I done to you personally that makes you want to hurt me by criticizing the way I look?
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    (Original post by JimboJones_)
    yeah, but you *are* autistic though
    you are a 20 something year old virgin without any friends
    this is just getting repetitive now.

    keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better.
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    this is just getting repetitive now.

    keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better.
    speaking of "repetitive", another user only recently told you "keep telling yourself that if it helps you sleep at night" - can you not come up with an original comeback?
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    (Original post by JimboJones_)
    speaking of "repetitive", another user only recently told you "keep telling yourself that if it helps you sleep at night" - can you not come up with an original comeback?
    I could but I just can't be bothered anymore.
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    I could but I just can't be bothered anymore.
    is this the kind of attitude you've held on to in most aspects of your life? i.e. the weight and virginity loss efforts
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    (Original post by JimboJones_)
    is this the kind of attitude you've held on to in most aspects of your life?
    have you have nothing better to do with your day than constantly post on here? it's sad really.

    what is this obsession you have with my weight and virginity? it's getting kind of weird now.
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    Yes he made me uncomfortable, thats what IVe been saying from the beginning, nothing more nothing less. what part of wanting to be left alone don't you understand? If it was a woman I probably would have been annoyed but I wouldn't have thought they had an ulterior motive.
    I can't even understand your last sentence, Ive never been to Manchester met, I'm assuming its a university and students who go there might be offended by what youve said.
    Exactly, proves my point, ridiculous to prejudge men, you're acting like a lonely little school girl trying to get attention, grow up you swine...


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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    So I went to the library today just to pass the time and I was sitting there reading, minding my own business when this dodgy looking man comes up to me and asks if i know what time the library closes. I thought he genuinely wanted to know so I told him it closes at eight. But then he asks me if the book im reading is any good (Harry potter and the cursed child). Not wishing to engage in further conversation, i tell him yes and return to by book. Then he asks if the other harry potter books are good, and I say yes they are, trying to make myself quite clear that I wish to be alone, at which point he goes away.
    I'm just surprised and slightly disturbed at the desperate measures guys will resort to with complete strangers just to get the attention of someone from the opposite sex. I'm not even remotely attractive, and if this happens again I intend to make myself quite clear and say that I just wish to read my book in peace.
    It was just a bit pathetic and creepy really and it ruined my inner peace just a little bit. Not a lot, just a bit. I shouldnt have to endure that. And in a library too, of all places.
    Girl, I know what it's like to be annoyed and followed around by a guy who can't take a hint and it does make me a bit paranoid when stopped by a random guy in a public area but I think that you are overreacting. I hate to say it because a lot of times girls have been told that they are overreacting in situations where they really aren't, but you can't be sure what his intentions were. Yes, it's annoying to have someone bother you when you're trying to read in peace, but he did go away after you were short with him. The desperate, creepy ones demand that you talk to them, then call you arrogant when you refuse.

    But you certainly don't deserve the sexist insults coming from other users here.
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    Let's get real, there was only one issue here, and it wasn't anything to do with the library.

    You didn't fancy the dude; ergo he's creepy and desperate.

    If it had been Benedict coming up to you in the library, presumably it would be a whirlwind of romance, and just the thing you'd expect from a sensitive, intellectual man- rather than the tacky experience of a horrid club or bar.
    Would rep twice if I could.
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    threads like this is why guys of today just don't give a flying **** about women anymore and will mistreat them.
 
 
 
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