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Are either of these 2 or both creepy?

1 - meeting the friends of a girl who rejected you and friend zoned you and going after them instead.

2 - meeting girls out and about (at events, bars etc) to ask them out.
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yes..
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Are either of these 2 or both creepy?

1 - meeting the friends of a girl who rejected you and friend zoned you and going after them instead.

2 - meeting girls out and about (at events, bars etc) to ask them out.
Two sounds more creepy just goes to show how someone is desperate asf.
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Two sounds more creepy just goes to show how someone is desperate asf.
So where is it acceptable to meet women to ask them out on a date?
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So where is it acceptable to meet women to ask them out on a date?
Go somewhere posh and romantic like a cafe grab a coffee ☕️ or go to a posh restaurant for a dinner. Even a nice water park maybe in the sunshine.
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Go somewhere posh and romantic like a cafe grab a coffee ☕️ or go to a posh restaurant for a dinner. Even a nice water park maybe in the sunshine.
People would say it’s creepy to meet women in places like that with the intention of asking them out.
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People would say it’s creepy to meet women in places like that with the intention of asking them out.
Unless they gave you consent and you both agree to it and then you make your move in what sense is that creepy?
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Unless they gave you consent and you both agree to it and then you make your move in what sense is that creepy?
So you now have to ask for Consent to ask someone out on a date?
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Unless they gave you consent and you both agree to it and then you make your move in what sense is that creepy?
Most people go to those places for reasons other than having some desperate lad trying to pull them, creepy? Maybe. Annoying? Definitely.
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Are either of these 2 or both creepy?

1 - meeting the friends of a girl who rejected you and friend zoned you and going after them instead.

2 - meeting girls out and about (at events, bars etc) to ask them out.
Isn’t 2- linked to nightclubs and partying activities that are recommended in order to meet up with someone in real???
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So you now have to ask for Consent to ask someone out on a date?
I think you misinterpreted it if they said yes to meeting up is what I meant are you going to ask by force…
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I think you misinterpreted it if they said yes to meeting up is what I meant are you going to ask by force…
What is asking by force? Asking is asking.
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What is asking by force? Asking is asking.
When they refuse but you make yourself desperate.
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When they refuse but you make yourself desperate.
That’s being persistent. I don’t think that’s right.
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That’s being persistent. I don’t think that’s right.
No they are right, do you even take no as an answer?
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No they are right, do you even take no as an answer?
Who is right? I said I don’t think it’s right to be persistent.
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That’s being persistent. I don’t think that’s right.
Why would you make them come out of their comfort zone by force that goes to show your desperate, a lack of respect and courtesy and more of less harassing her.
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No they are right, do you even take no as an answer?
Thank you
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Who is right? I said I don’t think it’s right to be persistent.
You just disagreed with the person and said that's being persistent....
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Why would you make them come out of their comfort zone by force that goes to show your desperate, a lack of respect and courtesy and more of less harassing her.

Thank you
I said I don’t think persistence isn’t right. Why is everyone assuming bad faith and misinterpreting me?
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I said I don’t think persistence isn’t right. Why is everyone assuming bad faith and misinterpreting me?
I'm not, I just got confused by your wording, anyone would tbh...
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