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I felt for this guy when I...
Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:03 UTC+1 No.7815036 Report

I felt for this guy when I read this, but I'm high-function autistic and have been called a creep before and I will doubtless be called a creep again. What does /cgl/ think? Is he a creep?
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:07 UTC+1 No.7815048 Report

...did he post pics
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:13 UTC+1 No.7815064 Report

>>7815048

No. He self-described as a Chinese-Canadian, if that helps.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:13 UTC+1 No.7815067 Report

Nothing creepy about his behaviour but he does put off creepy vibes later on in the post when he talks about the ice cold walls of his heart and wanting to cry and then suddenly being infatuated with her.

Like, it's good that he's not trying to be creepy but he could be reading into it way too much. Especially if she didn't even give him her name.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:17 UTC+1 No.7815077 Report

He's awkward for sure, and doesn't seem like he's reading social cues well. Except in this case, unlike the typical situation, he's actually backing off instead of hanging around when unwanted.

I feel bad for him, he's clearly a lonely person, and very inexperienced with relationships. He could get carried away easily and act creepy, I'm sure, but he hasn't done anything disrespectful that I can see. I know it might be filtered through an unreliable narrator, but still. The fact that he's asking for advice is already a good sign.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:22 UTC+1 No.7815093 Report

>no girl has ever been nice to him
probably an exggration on his part
>attractive girl is nice to him
True love

He's reading to much into it if she hasn't called him back. Better tell him he shouldn't hope to high and be prepared to be friends at the least. Some girls date friends more than strangers so he should be her friend and a real friend and put getting into something more in the very back.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:25 UTC+1 No.7815104 Report

this guy uses so many commas
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:26 UTC+1 No.7815106 Report

>>7815104
He's a comma slut
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:26 UTC+1 No.7815107 Report

>>7815106
no girl wants a slut. he's hopeless.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:33 UTC+1 No.7815121 Report

>>7815093
>probably an exggration on his part
He said no girl ever "actively went after" him in his "adult" life. I don't think there are too many guys who had a girl actually physically run after them after the age of 18, when the puberty hormones settle down and pretty much all women have had at least a couple of relationships under their belt and have learned to not chase dudes down.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)04:54 UTC+1 No.7815164 Report

>>7815104
Just skimming over it, it looks like he's using them correctly, he just uses a FUCK TON of descriptors that require being set off by commas. It's the kind of writing people that aren't actually good at writing use.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)05:17 UTC+1 No.7815204 Report

>>7815036
I don't think he is creepy, just a little clueless. She might or might not be really interested in him? I have done something similar after guys at cons, but I had no interest in them other than being friends and stuff. of course if I like them I would ahve done the same so who knows.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)05:21 UTC+1 No.7815214 Report

>>7815093
>probably an exggration on his part
Well I'm 26 and it has never happened to me. And I'm not ignoring ugly people either.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)06:13 UTC+1 No.7815293 Report

OP is way creepier than this guy. He's reading too far into it, not shocking considering his lack of experience + age. What's your issue though, OP? Why is this so intriguing to you?
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)07:02 UTC+1 No.7815346 Report

>>7815293

High-function autism prevents me from understanding human social interaction particularly well.

Some of the comments I read on that thread and in this one were of the opinion that the creepy thing is that he spent so much time locked in analysis of his feelings. I am emotionally infantile, and am called creepy for acting impulsively on feelings I do not particularly understand. This strikes me as a No Win Scenario, yet all around me there are people who have obviously won, who manage fine, and to whom this whole thing makes perfect sense and is not at all strange.

You maintain that he isn't a creep, that makes sense, that's logical, creep is when someone like me tries to hit on people who aren't interested, not when someone like him tries to avoid hitting on someone who might be. That's a working definition, and from there I might one day be able to find a means to meet my social and emotional needs without causing social and emotional injury to others; needing to work on knowing myself is fine. But this man knows himself and his flaws already, and that is also bad?
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)07:04 UTC+1 No.7815351 Report

>>7815346
And not just bad, but is bad in the same way? Bad in such a similar sense that they are both described suitably with the exact same word?
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)07:42 UTC+1 No.7815392 Report

Is this me?
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)11:03 UTC+1 No.7815584 Report

>>7815346
I don't think any of that was creepy - it's just the way self doubting/overly analytical/low-risk taking people work. There's nothing "bad" about what he wrote other than the paces he's putting himself through.

I dunno what your story is in your case. I don't think hitting on someone who isn't interested is inherently creepy (especially if you aren't aware of their feelings/feelings were not communicated to you). It really depends on the overall context and how things actually went down.

Should also point out that most normal social interaction is a dance of sublime bullshit, so it's not surprising that it's confusing as hell when you're looking in from the outside.
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Anonymous 09/12/14(Fri)11:16 UTC+1 No.7815598 Report

>>7815214
If no girl has ever been nice to you in your entire life then you must be either revolting or the Gary Stu protagonist of a really shitty fanfiction. Do you have hooves or something?
>not making out with you =/= not nice
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