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I have recently been in a ...
What are the body language traits of the Creeper?
I have recently been in a situation which is lame for anyone even more so a 25yr old. basically a chick at work thinks im a creep (judging from her body language and general disdain for my presence).
This used to happen to me alot in high school, but hasnt for a few years until just recently where i have noticed it once or twice within my social circle aswell.
Im aware that having a needy mindset and 'seeking approval' will cause me to subconsiously adopt creepy body language, but i still notice even when im not aware i have this mindset about anyone around i still seem to creep people out.
I deal with alot of body language with my work and am aware that i need to adopt the right body language, but i also need to eliminate bad body language.
Since i dont carry a full length mirror around with me, can anyone tell me the B/L traits of the creeper?
basically just dont stare... they will know even if you dont think they do! Be talkitive and fun .. dont flirt unless you know you can get away with it. If you are quiet but you are constantly checking her out... thats creepy. but if your the cool/fun/talkative guy then you can get away with pretty almost anything
sweet so talk more, look less :P
anything else? slouching? fidgeting with your feet? subconsiously making wanking gestures with your hands?
Slouching, fumbling, twitching, always grabbing at stuff, awkward hand jestures, looking around, staring, unnessecary leaning, weird voice fluctuations. Basically anything that makes it seem like your uncomfotorable.
subconsiously making wanking gestures with your hands?
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aside from obvious "DO NOT DO THIS" there isn't one single trait that will wind you up in "Creep" category.
First of all, you need to understand that girls use word "creep" or "creepy" loooooooooooooooosely. If she doesn't like something about you or the way you look or the way you act or what-the-fuck-ever she finds UN-attractive on you, it now becomes creepy by her definition.
I kid you not, I have heard girls call guys creepy for stupidest reasons:
"His eyebrows are creepy"
"His hands are creepy"
"his shirt is creepy"
"i don't like how he drinks his coffee, it's creepy"
"ewww, Mark? What a creep" "Why?" "I don't know, he just is!"
"Creepy!!!" "why?" "He tried opening doors for me, then he pulled out a chair, was sooo weird"
The bottom line, if you make woman feel emotionally uncomfortable, you're acting creepy.
How do you know what's creepy? You don't. Seriously. That's why this game is so fun. What might be creepy to one girl is attractive to another. I have witnessed this or similar conversation between two girls several times:
- OMG, john is sooooo hot!!
- EWW! no!
- Yes, his eyes are so attractive when he looks at me!!! OMG! OMG! So hot!!
- Ashley..ewww his eyes are creepy. they are shifty and gross! EWWW!
- umm yeah maybe..i think they are hot.
- No they are uber creepy!
- I guess.
The ghost of pua's past.
One thing I find that is important is to always look like what you are doing is "purposeful"... that where u are standing and what u are doing and what you are saying has a purpose and an important reason behind it... i often found that i seemed more "creepy" when i was just zoning out and relaxing...
The secret to ALL success is the same - patience, practice and confidence.
My friend tried some of the kino techniques and a girl told me she was creeped out by him constantly touching her. Although that's partly because she isnt attracted to him. I bet if it was Brad Pitt, she wouldn't mind so much.
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