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It really depends but i usually say something to get them off my back if they do say something to me which usually do besides that typically laugh, roll my eyes and ignore it
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Somewhat_Insane_Monkey wrote: Sad thing is I probably wouldn't notice... I'm not very observant. I've been told by both friends and family that I'm complete idiot for not noticing on multiple occasions.
or is it because you don't really want to confirm or notice it (sometimes I do that) but sometimes wish I took it further.

haikinka wrote: As if that has ever or will ever happen hahahahahahahahahahahahabababab
I did check you out on my index, hurr hurr



I admit I do have some commitment issues but no usually I'm quite literally oblivious to it when it does happen. One time I went to go to at at restaurant with my family and my aunt noticed there was a girl across from our table checking me out but I was too absorbed with the Planet of the Apes trailer on one of the TV's there to even notice.
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Somewhat_Insane_Monkey wrote:


Freddy96NO wrote:


Somewhat_Insane_Monkey wrote: Sad thing is I probably wouldn't notice... I'm not very observant. I've been told by both friends and family that I'm complete idiot for not noticing on multiple occasions.
or is it because you don't really want to confirm or notice it (sometimes I do that) but sometimes wish I took it further.

haikinka wrote: As if that has ever or will ever happen hahahahahahahahahahahahabababab
I did check you out on my index, hurr hurr



I admit I do have some commitment issues but no usually I'm quite literally oblivious to it when it does happen. One time I went to go to at at restaurant with my family and my aunt noticed there was a girl across from our table checking me out but I was too absorbed with the Planet of the Apes trailer on one of the TV's there to even notice.


You're not really oblivous if you just get distracted by you're surrounding easily although it does tend to cause the missing of a lot of oppertunities. To me oblivous would be more having a conversation with that girl and still not notice (been there done that).
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What do you do when someone is checking you out and they don't notice you're aware?

That's an easy one, depending on my mood I may go over to them and ask if they really like what they see. Otherwise I may just give them a little show, after all I am not ashamed of my own sexuality and I know for a fact my body is is damn fine shape. I work hard to keep it that way after all.


What do you do when they do notice you are alerted to your presence and they look away/try to find a quit exit?

Another easy one, I tell them there isn't any shame in what they are doing. And smile at them to encourage them.


What do you do when a person significantly older than you checks you out?

This one is a bit trickier because at my age of 28 significantly older in my mind means late 40s to early 50s. This one depends really on how well they taken care of themselves. Because at that age the abuse of fried foods, alcohol, and refined sugars really begin to show.


What do you do when a person significantly younger than you checks you out?

This one is also tricky. As I am only 28 significantly younger to me means lolita and jailbait territory. Don't get me wrong I'd be flattered if someone that young found me desirable but I don't think I'd encourage it all.


What do you do when someone of the same sex is checking you out?

Only those freaks unsure of their own desires and damaged in the head are bothered by the fact their own gender could find them desirable.

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leovdl wrote:

You're not really oblivous if you just get distracted by you're surrounding easily although it does tend to cause the missing of a lot of oppertunities. To me oblivous would be more having a conversation with that girl and still not notice (been there done that).


ADD is as much a gift as a curse but no I guess what you said makes sense.
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Guys, say you're buying something heavy and you notice a onlooker looking at your toned arms and biceps while you lift your item into the basket.

Or girls, whenever you're reaching for something on a high shelf and you have to bounce a bit to reach it and someone is looking at you like you're a delicious sandwich.

I searched for a topic like this but it was always reader as the person doing the checking out. So here's the reverse!

What do you do when someone is checking you out and they don't notice you're aware?

What do you do when they do notice you are alerted to your presence and they look away/try to find a quit exit?

What do you do when a person significantly older than you checks you out?

What do you do when a person significantly younger than you checks you out?

What do you do when someone of the same sex is checking you out?

I act the same way in all situations. I engage them with a smile to make them not feel like creeps/they're wrong for looking at me. Unless a chick is checking me out, in which case I'll obviously point out her wondering gaze in a joking way.



If they are way older give them the cold shoulder, if only a little bit (5-7 years) I make my movements easier to follow.
if they are only a little younger, lets say 18 is the youngest then i play into it more, if younger then that then i walk away..... and listen for sirens.
if someone of the same sex is checking me out i give them a thumbs up and walk away XD
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It really depends but i usually say something to get them off my back if they do say something to me which usually do besides that typically laugh, roll my eyes and ignore it


Your avatar is sexy.

*Stares


Onii chan is always watching you...

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Tinamarie101 wrote:

It really depends but i usually say something to get them off my back if they do say something to me which usually do besides that typically laugh, roll my eyes and ignore it


Your avatar is sexy.

*Stares


Onii chan is always watching you...



Lmao thats creepy as hell! Hahah
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^ this

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What do you do when someone is checking you out and they don't notice you're aware? Pretend I didn't notice.

What do you do when they do notice you are alerted to your presence and they look away/try to find a quit exit? Do nothing.

What do you do when a person significantly older than you checks you out? Not notice.

What do you do when a person significantly younger than you checks you out? Not notice.

What do you do when someone of the same sex is checking you out? Not notice.

Posted 12/2/15
What do you do when someone is checking you out and they don't notice you're aware?

Make them aware of my notice.

What do you do when they do notice you are alerted to your presence and they look away/try to find a quit exit?

Ignore them.

What do you do when a person significantly older than you checks you out?



What do you do when a person significantly younger than you checks you out?

Can't see them.

What do you do when someone of the same sex is checking you out?

I don't.
Posted 12/2/15
i'd bust that tune by wstrn lol
"You'd be lying if you said I wasn't something that you're in2, in2 (yeah)"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-hy92f00EE

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