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Right, so I know this is a petty probably over analysing question but I was just wondering if I could have some guidance please. If a guy is constantly teasing me as in physically shoving me, poking me and play fighting etc is that something guys do to girls who are friends or girls that they like ?

Side note, not actually this situation but my friend had this before but at the time he had a girlfriend. Is this appropriate ?
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Hmm I'd say that's pretty flirty. I wouldn't want my boyfriend play fighting with a girl, but that's just me hahah
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Ask him why he does it.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Right, so I know this is a petty probably over analysing question but I was just wondering if I could have some guidance please. If a guy is constantly teasing me as in physically shoving me, poking me and play fighting etc is that something guys do to girls who are friends or girls that they like ?

Side note, not actually this situation but my friend had this before but at the time he had a girlfriend. Is this appropriate ?
when i had a crush on a girl a while ago she would keep on punishing me in the crotch in a playful way and i hated it but kinda.. liked it ig.. anyway one day i asked her why she does that and she said cause she liked me so we started dating (we broke up tho lol)
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It's - assuming you / the victim don't want him to be touched by him in this manner - assault and battery.

Take whatever measures seem most appropriate for you - or whoever the victim is - to stop being a victim of these crimes.

Every person in the UK has the right to their personal space and to not be touched by other people when they would prefer to be left alone.

This person initiating the playfighting is totally out of order.
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It’s a form of flirting, presuming that is that it is welcomed
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Thank you all for your replies. I do like him so I don’t mind it and he’s never actually hurt me and we’ve actually had discussion before about this so it’s the gentle playful type.
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Hmm I'd say that's pretty flirty. I wouldn't want my boyfriend play fighting with a girl, but that's just me hahah
That’s why she was confused as she thought it wouldn’t be something that they would do whilst having a girlfriend.
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Pretty sure that’s flirting but I wouldn’t take my word fully for it as some guys are naturally like that if you’re really close friends.
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(Original post by Cheesecake04)
Pretty sure that’s flirting but I wouldn’t take my word fully for it as some guys are naturally like that if you’re really close friends.
Ah okay, that’s why I was confused. Thank you .
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Ah okay, that’s why I was confused. Thank you .
No problem.
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