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    I used to work in an organisation in a slightly seedy part of town. One day I was walking along the dodgy lane way on the way back to work from getting a coffee or something. There are generally all sorts of dodgy folk in this lane way, and dodgy acts ($10 bj's behind the industrial bin type dodgy). This one day a really nice looking, well dressed man crossed the road and kept a very respectful distance and said that I looked really fantastic and would I like to have a drink with him. I actually was already going out with Dh at the time so I said no, but it was a nice little boost.

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    I was unhappily married and working at my old work...a guy I knew from high school kept coming in and chatting to me...started off every few days..then every afternoon. ..he would send me flowers and bring me chocolates ..we started talking and became friends.. but only enough to say hello to if we saw each other...my marriage ended and 2 years later I went on a date with my"stalker" and we have been together 6 years and have 2 beautiful girls together. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    My first boyfriend was a creepy ar$ehole, I realised this eventually and broke up with him. He turned up when I was on camp (in another city) and left post its on my door. He called family members to try and find out where I was and the icing on the cake was when he turned up on the afternoon of my yr 12 ball with a shotgun, threatening to kill himself. I told him to fudge off and went back to doing my hair and makeup. Nearly 20 years later he messaged me on FB "How's my first love going? I think of you all the time'. Ummm no. Block, delete.
    I think we have a winner here folks....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    I think we have a winner here folks....
    Yeah, he was a horrible boy/man. On the upside though, when I first laid eyes on DH, I said to a friend that I was going to marry that man and I did and we are that in love couple, even though major sickness and body changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    So the other thread about the guy asking theboysandme for her phone number got me thinking this could be a fun thread.

    Has this type of thing happened to you before? How did you feel and what came of it?

    It hasn't happened to me many times, these r some of the times I can remember - some flattering, some a bit creepy


    I've had 2 guys contact me on fb who I didn't know AT ALL (no mutual friends etc) one was quite vulgar in his message (some s3xual content) and another said he saw my pic (no idea which ones) and thought I looked 'interesting' and he wanted to get to know me. - both times I was not single and even if I were I wouldn't have responded. I blocked both of them.

    Once when I was about 19 I was at the tube station and an older Indian guy say next to me and started asking if I was married (I used to wear a ring on my wedding finger) I seem to attract Indian men of all ages as I tan quite easily and have dark hair. Lots of these times the men have been sleazy.

    Other occasions I've been out drinking and guys have come to chat me up and a few have told me I should ditch my DH for them... Err... No.

    That's all I can think of now
    I seem to attract sleazy Indian men too- all the time ugh! And I don't look even remotely Indian. I have no idea why. The local takaway shop guy is always smirking at his friend when i come in- its so annoying. I go to a different shop and the Indian man behind the counter is always trying to flirt with me or ask me out. Without fail every time I go to pay him he takes my hand and doesn't let it go right away, he will try to hold it for an extended period. Meh, I am not into Indian men at all. But for some reason they seem to notice me more than other men do :/

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    I have a few but going with the cute one

    at 19 I waitressed at local rsl type club and often did the senior roast night. I had a fave little couple, they were lovely and always stopped me for a chat, he was more chatty than his wife. Anyhoo, he used to come and visit me over the years after that at different work places I had. When I was 24, I got a job in melb, and told him about it and when I'd be finishing up at the current workplace I was at (supermarket...).
    He would often say things like if I was 40 years younger he'd take me dancing, and to me I just thought it sweet. On my last day of work he showed up and found me stacking shelves in an isle, he came to say goodbye and low and behold he kissed me!!! I got pashed by a 80 something year old!! I was thinking sure, an embrace of some kind, cheek kiss and a hug, but noo!! Both hands on my face, lingering mouth kiss, said goodbye and left. I was stunned and a wee bit grossed out. I do think its kinda hilarious and cute.
    I ran into him recently, he's now 96, he still remembered me and he got to meet my daughter. Apparently he was known for chasing the ladies a bit in his younger days.

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    That is kind of cute, Dreamer hahaha and a bit gross!

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    I have a few but will only go with the good one's.

    I was doing my grocery shopping, paying and turning to leave when a nervous but kind of cute guy came up to me and thrust a bunch of flowers in my hands saying 'you're beautiful. Thought you should have these' and he walked off.

    On a bus and the bus was getting to the end of it's journey. I was one of a few passengers who were standing up as I didn't get a seat. Brave but kind of dorky younger guy drops down on one knee and begins to 'serenade me'. It was so awkward. He was trying hard but his voice was awful. I didn't know where to look. Thought it may have been a dare but it wasn't. People clapped him and I wanted the ground to open up and swallow me. Cringe.

    I also had a man in a suit pay for my groceries in the supermarket once. He just came up, paid, winked and said 'have a lovely day'.

    And a lesson for any potential stalkers. Years ago, my friend finally left her idiot of a boyfriend. He was controlling. Anyhooooo, she moved in to a friends place and she would see him following her, he would ring and hang up, he would bombard her with letters etc etc. One day it abruptly stopped. They got a call from one of his friends saying they couldn't find him, he hadn't turned up for work etc etc. She went outside down the side of the house and there he was laying dead in the garden. It looked like he'd been there for a few days. She called the police. Turned out he had been peering through the windows and had slipped on some slimy moss, fallen cracked his head, had a heart attack and died. It was an awkward funeral.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    I have a few but will only go with the good one's.

    I was doing my grocery shopping, paying and turning to leave when a nervous but kind of cute guy came up to me and thrust a bunch of flowers in my hands saying 'you're beautiful. Thought you should have these' and he walked off.

    On a bus and the bus was getting to the end of it's journey. I was one of a few passengers who were standing up as I didn't get a seat. Brave but kind of dorky younger guy drops down on one knee and begins to 'serenade me'. It was so awkward. He was trying hard but his voice was awful. I didn't know where to look. Thought it may have been a dare but it wasn't. People clapped him and I wanted the ground to open up and swallow me. Cringe.

    I also had a man in a suit pay for my groceries in the supermarket once. He just came up, paid, winked and said 'have a lovely day'.

    And a lesson for any potential stalkers. Years ago, my friend finally left her idiot of a boyfriend. He was controlling. Anyhooooo, she moved in to a friends place and she would see him following her, he would ring and hang up, he would bombard her with letters etc etc. One day it abruptly stopped. They got a call from one of his friends saying they couldn't find him, he hadn't turned up for work etc etc. She went outside down the side of the house and there he was laying dead in the garden. It looked like he'd been there for a few days. She called the police. Turned out he had been peering through the windows and had slipped on some slimy moss, fallen cracked his head, had a heart attack and died. It was an awkward funeral.
    Aww you've had some RAOK done to you
    Oh gosh re your friend's stalker!! How awful for her to find him and a sad way to die :/


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