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Post Reply Kindness Mistaken As Flirting?
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24 / M / your mind
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Posted 12/19/13
I think this thread was created in an attempt to flirt with me
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20 / Louisiana :3
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Posted 12/19/13
This thread is the story of my life ;-;.
Posted 12/19/13
That's what I thought when Edward decided to show his kindness by sparkling underneath the sunlight to me.
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19 / M / Scarbrough Toront...
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we need some hachiman in this thread
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21 / F / Your Cookie Jar
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Posted 1/2/14
yeah... that's why I'd rather not talk or do anything..
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20 / M / LBC Cali
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Posted 1/2/14
Virtual miscommunication. It ain't easy, bein' cheesaaaaay!!!!
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Posted 1/2/14
And there we go. That's one reason I can't find a person for me. Always think I'm flirting wewwwww
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Posted 1/3/14
No. I always think they're just being nice.
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Posted 1/3/14
I have had girls and women mistake me being friendly and nice for flirtation. I think it comes about most often with girls that don't get much male attention at all, so anyone giving them the time of day and being nice to them is outside their realm of normal experience. It is unfortunate, but I'm not going to be less polite or unfriendly just to avoid that possible complication.

One thing to be careful with if you want to avoid causing confusion is physical contact. In most circles I have experience with, touching (i.e. hugging, pat on the shoulder, sitting really close so that you bump or brush one another, etc) is likely to give the impression of flirting. I'm not an especially touchy-feely kinda guy outside of very close relationships, so this has not been a problem for me personally. I had a couple female friends in college who always lamented that guys would get the wrong idea and they couldn't understand why. They hugged me every time they saw me (and I saw them do this with most of their friends). They would often make light contact with people they were talking to and would sit near to people. It was easy to see IMO how guys might get the wrong idea, especially if they didn't see them around their other friends much. Neither of them thought anything of it, they were just touchy-feely people, so they didn't realize the kind of message that can send to some folks.
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Yea Im too nice of a guy sometime. And I had some girls start to like me maybe because of that in the past. Plus I give off to many charming smiles I got stop doing that, but thats just my nature.
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25 / M / San Francisco, CA
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Posted 1/3/14
One of my exes thought i was cheating for a weak and ended up breaking my tv and xbox because of her rage. The girl she thought i was cheating with was my sister i had yet to introduce to her. She goes and breaks my things because "we were too friendly." lol
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Just the other day my friend came up to me and told me that some guy told them that he liked me and that he thinks I looked at him and was like "Yea let's date" but really I just smiled at him because I happened to be looking at him at the same time he was looking at me and that is the polite thing to do...
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19 / M / Anime World
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Posted 1/3/14
People often judge without looking further into the picture. Know the truth first before their mouth blabbers any words
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this reminds me of a time when a woman dropped her wallet and didn't notice so i decided to pick it up and as i tapped her shoulder and politely said "excuse me miss, is this yours?" well she turned around,took back her wallet and gave me a disgusted look ...then comes knock out punch she said "why are you trying to so hard to be a Casanova?

i was stunned!! that wasn't my intention at all! looking back maybe it was because i used the word miss? but what else would i call her ?she did not look that old and i didn't know her name
if i had used the word girl wouldn't that sound more insulting/a little more offensive than miss?
i guess she would have preferred that i taken all her money out and throw her wallet in the trash?(not that i really would)
but to this day i will never understand what transpired that day

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45 / M / Bucks county, PA
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Posted 1/3/14
I have to admit that I am a proponent of flirting. I tend to make friends with everyone I meet, and many times I flirt with the ladies given the opportunity. I know where to draw the line, and I'd never try to touch someone unless they initiate contact first. I enjoy the cat and mouse game, but my intentions are purely innocent (most of the time!) anyway! It used to drive my wife batty when I did it, but now she just laughs, sometimes out loud, when she witnesses my flirtations. Lets face it, most people like to be recognized for their efforts. I play on that desire by complimenting what I feel is the most attractive feature. Nothing makes me happier than to see a young lady smile and blush! It means that I did something to make them feel good about themselves, and that is my intention!
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