A bit of cringe for you guys. Yeah, the "kitty has claws" is cringy as too. And yes, I did take this off imgur, better me than pikachupetter. Christop cringe Fedora neckbeard gentleman game of thrones kitty
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A bit of cringe for you guys. Yeah, the "kitty has claws" is cringy as too. And yes, I did take this off imgur, better me than pikachupetter. Christop

Yeah, the "kitty has claws" is cringy as **** too.
And yes, I did take this off imgur, better me than pikachupetter

Christopher Ryan 2
Are you the kitty who works at hot topic?
Do I know you?
Christopher Ryan 2
I met you wednesday.
Trenchcoat, fedora, bought geoffry and legolas
Christopher Ryan:
Do u remember me?
Christopher Ryan 2
on right!. Sorry, Isee a lot of people through there. Idon' t
remember giving you my last name, were you a little sleuth
through the Hot Topic facebook page?
Christopher Ryan:
Yes... was that okay.
Christopher Ryan:
Poke
Christopher Ryan
You ever gonna message me back?
Christopher ' _ 1 .
so here is what I have been thinking. You haven' t blocked
me yet. And you haven' t deleted your account either. So
you aren' t too creeped out by me tracking you down.
Now Iwill say Twasn' t quite honest about how Ifound you.
Turns out we have a friend in common. or at least someone
I know also knows you. They gave me your last name after I
did try and get your attention on the Hot Topic facebook
page.
Now not expecting much but here is what Ithink. You
are beautiful. Cute and Adorable. And a geek. (I prefer
geek to nerd) You are like a real life version of Felicia Day or
Chloe Dykstra. Not that they aren' t real, it' s just that In never
meet them.
If you were a fictional character you would be Ramona
Flowers. And Iwould be a fool not to at least try and see if
you are interested. not much but Iwould worship you.
Chris
Kitty
Let me guess. Hardwell?
Christopher Ryan
Yes. BM I didn' t come in yesturday to bother you or see
you. I came for pops alone. It Just happened a friend was
coming to greenwood.
Christopher Ryan:
You won' t have a conversation with me? lam a nice guy
we have similar interests.
i' m watching game of thrones season 2 right now.
tritty
Yeah, I Just wanted to know who it was that was giving my
name out to strangers.
Listen, buddy. You don' t know me. You don' t know anything
about me, and from the obliviousness Ne witnessed here I
doubt you' d know your ass from a hole in the ground. trn not
your Felicia Day, I' m not your Ramona Flowers. rm not your
manic pixie dream girl. an actual, real live human being
and you' had a single five minute conversation with me.
You can take your little derbygirl fantasies you' so
thoughtfully projected on me and shove them right back into
the box of tired, worn out Hollywood tropes you pulled them
out of.
And let me tell you another thing, now that we' established
that you' re talking to a stranger, that I may be less friendly
outside of my workplace, and that Kitty' s got claws. I don' t
need to hold your ******* hand and walk you through the
process of rejection. Most people, thinking logically, would
assume being ignored represented a lack of interest, but you
apparently can' t take a hint unless some poor girl has
deleted her entire Facebook account to get away from you.
You know why I hadn' t replied to you? Because I just moved,
and I don' t have internet in my house yet. But seeing the
Mod of **** you' sent my way, I' m glad. Because being
told by, I stress again, an /absolute stranger/ that they would
worship me is easily the creepiest thing to hit my new year
so far.
And one last thing to leave you with, bucko. If you have to
tell somebody you' re a nice guy, you' re doing something
wrong. or you' re not actually a nice guy, you' re a pushy
******* creep living in a fantasy world where girls fit
whatever cute little mold you decide they should.
You ever want to buy your collectibles in my store again, deal
with another associate or Md it within yourself to treat me
with the respect and distance you' d afford to a stranger
whose pants you DONT wanna get into. Creep.
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#60 - bananamilkshake (02/25/2014) [-]
when seeing the mere length of her last message
when seeing the mere length of her last message
#351 to #60 - kwag (02/26/2014) [-]
Thanks for this .gif    
In return, i give you this
Thanks for this .gif
In return, i give you this
#460 to #351 - anon (02/26/2014) [-]
why wont the url link work for this when i try send it via mobile??? THE funniest gif of all time!
#508 to #60 - iamnotgoodwithname (02/26/2014) [-]
i usually skip these cringe threads    
but this was a gem
i usually skip these cringe threads
but this was a gem
#363 to #60 - colbraabb (02/26/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#69 - robdabob ONLINE (02/25/2014) [-]
User avatar #568 to #69 - bugsyblitzkreig (02/26/2014) [-]
314! I worship you, but not in the creepy way expressed by the guy i post, just making that clear.
#357 to #69 - robdabob ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
HOLY 			*******		 			****		 IS THIS REAL? 191 thumbs!?
HOLY ******* **** IS THIS REAL? 191 thumbs!?
#535 to #357 - anon (02/26/2014) [-]
No, TWO hundred and ninetyone thumbs, congratulations, ***** !
#70 to #69 - Marker ONLINE (02/25/2014) [-]
User avatar #46 - The Captain (02/25/2014) [-]
So just to clarifiy thats a no then?
#33 - spaceking ONLINE (02/25/2014) [-]
That 			*******		 essay of destruction was beautiful.
That ******* essay of destruction was beautiful.
#369 to #33 - adr (02/26/2014) [-]
At a glance that guy looked a lot like Eminem...
#488 to #369 - anon (02/26/2014) [-]
yep
User avatar #567 to #369 - ljxjlos ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
Wait, it isn´t?
User avatar #29 - catpower (02/25/2014) [-]
I follow this girl on tumblr, there's more to the story.
Here's a more detailed explanation she posted:

There’s a definite difference between being socially awkward or anxious, and pushing someone over a week-long period. He was being creepy. I tried to explain what was upsetting rather than just saying ‘ **** you, go away’, but ultimately it’s not my job to teach him how to be a respectful human being.
See, originally, this guy had given me his phone number as I was handing him his purchase and leaving. He slipped it across the counter to me and said, ‘Let’s talk comics sometime,’ then turned and walked away. It’s not the first time somebody’s done that to me at work, and personally I’ve always thought it’s the respectful way to give someone your number, because it takes the pressure off of them. They have your number if they want it, and you’re not standing there asking them ‘will you go out with me’ and making them uncomfortable if they aren’t interested.

Had he left it at that, I wouldn’t have any problem with him at all, and I would have been happy to see him in my store again.

But he didn’t leave it at that. He tracked me down, he dug up information about me I had not made available to him, he made judgement calls about my character and assumptions about me, he pushed and pushed and pushed and was really really creepy towards me. I’m not comfortable with that, and I told him so.

I may have come off as rude to him, and maybe he won’t learn anything. Maybe he’ll just go back to 4-chan and write a post about what an ungrateful bitch I am. But honestly, that doesn’t really concern me. All I wanted was to make it clear to him that his advances were unwelcome and why, and I feel like I did that.
User avatar #103 to #29 - mystifizinski (02/25/2014) [-]
so whats her tumblr?
#161 to #29 - slowbroking (02/26/2014) [-]
I was thinking (and hoping) that this was one of those joke facebook accounts. Thanks for clearing it up.
#426 to #29 - kweel ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
i just read this and saw that someting was censcored so i had to login to see what it was. Turns out assumptions is a curse word
#590 to #426 - anon (02/26/2014) [-]
it has "ass" in it
#61 to #29 - Hidnight (02/25/2014) [-]
Soooooooooo you work at hot topic?
#192 to #29 - atsshole (02/26/2014) [-]
>He'll just go back to 4chan.   
Ouch.
>He'll just go back to 4chan.
Ouch.
#214 to #29 - MasterManiac (02/26/2014) [-]
> "information about me I had not made available to him"

This just in - **** you post on facebook is available for everyone to see.

Not saying I disagree with any of the other points, but you can't have a fully detailed facebook profile and then expect the information to be private.
User avatar #230 to #214 - demcupcakes ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
she didnt tell him her last name he aquired it through other means how else would he of found her facebook in the first place.
#330 to #230 - musichead (02/26/2014) [-]
MasterManiac has a point. My coworker told me about her cousin in Fort Worth, Texas, and I was able to figure out his last name just by looking up his first name and "Fort Worth". It's not that hard to find a person's facebook page. It would probably be even easier for this guy, since he also had a mutual friend. He could just go to that person's page and search through his list of friends until he found this Kitty person.
User avatar #246 to #230 - MasterManiac (02/26/2014) [-]
True, although I suspect finding the surname of a "Kitty" who works at the local Hot Topic probably wouldn't be too hard for him to find online - and this is information she almost certainly put on the internet herself. It may be super creepy but people really don't realise that what they post about themselves on the internet really is just public domain, so if you don't want people to find you based on scraps of information like here, for example, with just a first name and place of work, then it's best to not post it on the internet in the first place.
#476 to #246 - anon (02/26/2014) [-]
Or never get a job.. hoho
User avatar #574 to #214 - vivalavidya (02/26/2014) [-]
Chances are, if it's "information about me I had not made available to him", it's not **** from Facebook.
User avatar #57 to #29 - grieze (02/25/2014) [-]
source of tumblr?
User avatar #578 to #57 - rokkarokkaali (02/26/2014) [-]
Now YOU'RE digging up info about her?
#333 to #112 - nighkey (02/26/2014) [-]
This is what I got on that page. How about no?
#159 to #29 - anon (02/26/2014) [-]
You're Kitty aren't ya?
User avatar #434 to #29 - cocoman (02/26/2014) [-]
wait... catpower is your username? Are you this "Kitty" we are reading about?
User avatar #435 to #434 - catpower (02/26/2014) [-]
haha no, clever theory though
#49 to #29 - jakeattack (02/25/2014) [-]
hmm this actually made sense.. I think i know why he does these things though. its like hes so desperate, his brain tries to create a connection that isnt there. it no longer becomes a 2 way conversations, it becomes him telling her things so that she will hopefully say what he wants.
the brain is great at wanting things, as well as imagining things. so its gotten to a point where instead of thinking logically and maybe not being creepy, or improving his appearance, he tries to make things up that arnt there, making her personality up with his imagination and some facts he found.

its kind of like people who fall in love with an inanimate object, they want a connection so bad, they try and make up something to connect to its perhaps a part of the mind splits off and becomes its own personality, so that the main part of the mind can connect to it.. but an object cant get creeped out. the sad thing is even if on the infinitely improbable chance she did act like what he wants it would be so totally unhealthy, that's not the way human relationships where meant to be. basically, hes driven himself to a point where he loses either way.
hopefully this slap might change him.
#193 to #49 - alenkt (02/26/2014) [-]
I once talked to a friend who is psychologist (or at least was studying that thing), I shied him some of these cringe comps, and he said that most of the time it's because of the poor emotional intelligence (or was it poor developed? I don't remember). Basically most of the people has many types of intelligence (logical, linguistic, inter-personal, etc) and some of these take too much "space" that others are diminished.

Or he was just talking bs. I don't know. I'm engineer.
User avatar #289 to #193 - ponchosdm (02/26/2014) [-]
Engineer too, I think my "emotional intelligence" is like a teen's, never cared for a relationship and I am very introvert, have a bunch of friends less than 6 and lots of people i know, I can spent months without talking to nobody and then decide to talk to someone about anything, I could say my logical is like the 90% and the rest for the others, if I really do not feel the need to improve my relationship since the ones I already have are more than enough, would that be a problem?, NOT thinking you are a psychologist, just got me interested in your point of view, since being an engineer it could be possible for you to relate.
#375 to #289 - alenkt (02/26/2014) [-]
Kinda.

Most of the time I'm alone. My younger brother has 3 friends, but they are his real friends and in his birthday, they came and spend all day with him, playing games, and such. They even bought a present for him. In my birthday, nobody remembered it (just my mother and my granny and sister), not a single Facebook post (these are common for everyone except for me) and didn't received anything. My last relationship ended 3 months ago.

Why? Because I literally don't have friends. Not one. Sure, I know people and I can talk to them and such, but I don't have someone to talk, for like, almost a year. It was my fault because instead of cultivating my former friendships I choose other things (games, studies, etc.), and plus my hobbies are really not common, it's somewhat hard to find someone to talk more than 5 minutes.


I don't go and start adding girls and saying "I'll worship you" or something, that's kinda rude if you don't know them. Plus, having a 10 hour job at an IT company doesn't give me enough time to start a social life in social circles (I don't have) and the ones that exists are unappealing to me. At the end, I'm getting more alone every day until I leave my home, then I fear I will be really alone, just with stupid money.

tldr: I came here to laugh not to feel, **** you fj.


User avatar #427 to #375 - ponchosdm (02/26/2014) [-]
oh god, as I tought, you and I are alike, we choose to please ourselves with what we want to do, that the with who we do it with, and as we do not share the society trends, yes, it is hard to talk with some one more than 5 minutes. I 've learnt some society rules of conduct to avoid some problems. our social circles are exactly like this, some random talks with some random stranger, and it feels right. good to talk to you alenkt, just keep being true to yourself, someday it will be brighter
#209 to #193 - jakeattack (02/26/2014) [-]
going to be same. but ive got some incite into most disciplines of science. the poor emotional intelligence could be why they fall for **** like what i explained.
User avatar #532 to #49 - Nameloc (02/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, a co-worker of mine is like this.

Although, he's really average and nice outside of being desperate.
The part that showed his desperate side was when he asked out a female co-worker, who is clearly married.
He knew full and well she is married, too. But because she was really nice and really outgoing, he started to believe that she liked him.

It got to the point to where he'd abuse his slightly-higher-up-position and not work and just follow her around all day talking to her.
Then he asked her out again, in front of her husband.

Then finally she had another co-worker, who is definitely big and intimidating, talk to him and tell him to stop.
Now it makes lunch a bit awkward...

Poor guy... He's 29 with a decent amount of grey hair, and probably has been single for a while.
#625 to #532 - jakeattack (03/02/2014) [-]
maybe help him and show the error of his ways, even though its not your responsibility, it might be nice to help him get on track.

holy **** your name is almost too blue to see.
User avatar #113 to #49 - catpower (02/25/2014) [-]
Hopefully her reply gave him some insight.
#77 to #29 - salihzzz (02/25/2014) [-]
people with vaginas have feelings too?
people with vaginas have feelings too?
User avatar #114 to #77 - catpower (02/25/2014) [-]
and I thought it was only once a month
User avatar #18 - luidias (02/25/2014) [-]
I feel like her response at the end, however harsh, was probably the best thing she could have done for him. Maybe being slapped in the face by reality knocked some sense into the guy.
#72 to #18 - anon (02/25/2014) [-]
He has a fedora. Its far too late.
User avatar #5 - matamune (02/25/2014) [-]
After I read the word fedora, I knew he was doomed
User avatar #373 to #5 - hates (02/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, I read "trenchcoat, fedora" and immediately thought "this'll be good"
#219 to #5 - supercookieduster (02/26/2014) [-]
u live by the fedora, u die by the fedora
#564 to #219 - brayburn (02/26/2014) [-]
It's not about the fedora on your head   
It's about the fedora in your heart.
It's not about the fedora on your head
It's about the fedora in your heart.
#125 to #5 - kez (02/26/2014) [-]
I knew at "Do I know you?"
User avatar #231 to #125 - beheaded (02/26/2014) [-]
i knew he was doomed when he said "hot topic?"
User avatar #379 to #231 - cubanwhiteman (02/26/2014) [-]
I knew at "Christopher Ryan ----------"
User avatar #473 to #379 - hydraetis ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
I knew at "A"
User avatar #536 to #473 - muffintime (02/26/2014) [-]
I knew when I read the title before the content.
#1 - itsthetie (02/25/2014) [-]
this almost hurt me physically to read all the way through
this almost hurt me physically to read all the way through
User avatar #227 to #1 - volcanicdiarrhea (02/26/2014) [-]
I feel like I should get this off my chest.

DISCLAIMER: This is not directed at any particular person.

Being denied a relationship with someone you just met doesn't mean you are in the friendzone. The friendzone, as its name implies, means you are a friend and they prefer to keep it that way. If you meet someone, ask them out, and they reject you, that doesn't make them your friend. Chances are they'll want no further contact with you, which is pretty damn far from a friend.
User avatar #243 to #227 - ltpraptor (02/26/2014) [-]
He's not saying the guy got friendzoned. That term is just the running gag when it comes to fedora'd neckbeards.
#176 to #71 - anon (02/26/2014) [-]
******* could not escape the friendzone, man.
#81 - pappathethird (02/25/2014) [-]
hf afterwards
#22 - jaked (02/25/2014) [-]
I knew as soon as I saw "Trenchcoat, fedora" that this was going to be good.
#23 to #22 - jaked (02/25/2014) [-]
and by good I mean terrible.
#73 - mightypoggers (02/25/2014) [-]
loled so hard at "Trenchcoat, fedora"
loled so hard at "Trenchcoat, fedora"
User avatar #91 to #73 - karson (02/25/2014) [-]
yeah, couldn't believe he was serious about that, especially with all the internet blatantly making fun of people who wear such things.
#16 - nazo (02/25/2014) [-]
"Im a nice guy"   
   
I cant believe this pal
"Im a nice guy"

I cant believe this pal
#104 to #16 - titaniums (02/25/2014) [-]
gotta love the gamegrumps
no homo
#4 - meatygoodness (02/25/2014) [-]
My god the 			*******		 decimation at the end
My god the ******* decimation at the end
User avatar #6 to #4 - kiaserzerg (02/25/2014) [-]
destruction* decimation means to destroy 1/10th of a certain thing. this neck beard was ******* destroyed.
#8 to #6 - inthenameofcake ONLINE (02/25/2014) [-]
If you're going to correct someone at least know what you're talking about.   
Decimation is a perfectly acceptable word to use, it simply means to destroy a large part of something.    
Or, if you're still living in Roman times, or refuse to believe that language can actually change over time, then yes, decimation means to destroy 1/10th of something. Specifically, it meant to kill or punish every one in ten people.    
However, as far as I'm aware, we aren't in Roman times, and the English dictionary's primary definition for "Decimation" is " to kill, destroy, or remove a large proportion of."
If you're going to correct someone at least know what you're talking about.
Decimation is a perfectly acceptable word to use, it simply means to destroy a large part of something.
Or, if you're still living in Roman times, or refuse to believe that language can actually change over time, then yes, decimation means to destroy 1/10th of something. Specifically, it meant to kill or punish every one in ten people.
However, as far as I'm aware, we aren't in Roman times, and the English dictionary's primary definition for "Decimation" is " to kill, destroy, or remove a large proportion of."

#458 to #8 - ninjapants (02/26/2014) [-]
the romans didnt speak english.
the romans didnt speak english.
User avatar #599 to #458 - fargtwo (02/26/2014) [-]
Is that Snoop?
User avatar #468 to #8 - kiaserzerg (02/26/2014) [-]
coming from the same dictionary where <3 and LOL are an accepted term of language.
#10 to #6 - meatygoodness (02/25/2014) [-]
Decimation is fine, but I agree that's what happened
Decimation is fine, but I agree that's what happened
User avatar #321 to #6 - lnyanchl ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
Now you, you were just decimated.
User avatar #237 - letting ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
He definitely deserved it, you don't tell somebody that you will worship them, or compare them to unreal characters, or ******* message them a hundred times like that.

The problem here is that these fedora wearing neckbeards aren't socially awkward, or even shy, they're ******* bold as hell trying to hide behind a veil that they've created for themselves of being such a nice guy, how he knows how to treat women right, how he would "worship them".

There's almost a cultural thing going on here, know one fedora-wearing trenchcoat neckbeard anime douchebag, and you know them all. It's amazing, it's actually interesting how these people have created their own little world, and yet they still can't take a ******* hint.

I'm so shy I don't even add girls or ask for their number, just that would probably trigger the creepy vibe which I try so desperately to not give off. But ya know what, at least I've accpted it, I'm a ******* ugly-ass weirdo, but at least I know what I am and why women don't like me, and I can respect that, if I were a female I would look for something better anyway.

All of this really makes me wonder, the **** is with the sense of entitlement these people have? What makes you so special? Because you're nice? True, girls do tend to date confident douchebags, but being "nice" is common curtesy and human nature, it doesn't make you a ******* god, it's expected.

/ ***************
#293 to #237 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
"He definitely deserved it, you don't tell somebody that you will worship them, or compare them to unreal characters, or ******* message them a hundred times like that. "

Since when has worshipping been a bad thing?

"know one fedora-wearing trenchcoat neckbeard anime douchebag, and you know them all."

In other words, you're throwing this guy into some stereotype that's gained hype on the internet like "Kitty" probably is and think there is nothing more to him.

"All of this really makes me wonder, the **** is with the sense of entitlement these people have?"

What makes you think he is entitled? Because he asked to talk with her and had the expectations to be treated with a basal level of respect? The narrow mindedness and lack of kindness for other people you and this sour"puss" exhibit are appalling...
#445 to #293 - anon (02/26/2014) [-]
If he had the expectations of being treated respectfully, he would have been respectful and stepped off. Sure, you can expect a basic level of courtesy from others. However, when you don't show respect, (i.e. tracking her down over facebook, repeatedly sending messages and harassing a person in general) you're not going to impress or get respect from a single damn person.
#513 to #445 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
Point out where he was disrespectful when he messaged her, because the mere act of sending someone more than a couple of messages isn't inherently disrespectful. Also, how is adding her as a friend disrespectful? No such thing as privacy on the internet. Having a social network profile is a voluntary act in a public place easily accessible by almost anyone in the developed world that makes you open to people finding you, and if you blame other people for that, you're a complete moron. In other words, not the same as someone tracking you down physically.

The only reason that you people think that her reaction was okay, so far as I can tell, is that you don't like anyone who resembles the stereotype of "neckbeards" and that automatically makes the person disrespectful for trying to contact someone.
#249 to #237 - rockstarownage ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
i have to say that was a beautifully written statement.
#259 to #237 - hitbyadriveby (02/26/2014) [-]
That last part tho. ;(
User avatar #274 to #237 - TheseChocodiles (02/26/2014) [-]
That was cool, one day you will find a girl to listen to your rants and she will love them too.
User avatar #247 to #237 - crazyllamax (02/26/2014) [-]
I honestly find it hard to believe these type of people exist, I like to act as if they're all incredibly skillful trolls...
User avatar #251 to #247 - lordgeneral (02/26/2014) [-]
no, they exist. I'm speaking because they're not always straight. I've had other men hit on me in quite the similar fashion. I used to also have a friend who was exactly like this. he had naruto cosplay and the whole trechcoat/fadora getup, not to mention greaser jacket and comb. his entire wardrobe looked like an autistic playground
#589 to #247 - kimmylane (02/26/2014) [-]
Oh no. They exist. Trust me. I've had this happen to me before when I worked retail. The guy only knew my first name and searched the facebook page of my company until he found me. He tried to add me on facebook but I didn't accept because I didn't know who he was, and then the messages came in. At one point he was calling me a bitch because I kept telling him I wasn't interested and trying to tell me what kind of guys I must be into. I have to say the best way to deal with these types of people is to just be blatant and mean. They will call you a bitch but move on to their next ideological female.
User avatar #252 to #237 - lordgeneral (02/26/2014) [-]
please make this content. you need to be letting people know
User avatar #301 to #252 - letting ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
Request accepted.
#74 - grimsho (02/25/2014) [-]
Friendzoned again.
#68 - anonymoose (02/25/2014) [-]
Her last comment.
User avatar #565 to #68 - ljxjlos ONLINE (02/26/2014) [-]
Tidus, Yuna and Wakka...what a ********* .
User avatar #93 to #68 - phoenixtwo (02/25/2014) [-]
Overkill is the best kind of kill
#94 to #93 - anonymoose (02/25/2014) [-]
Overkill Horrorscope (HQ) Yes it is.
#11 - bludead (02/25/2014) [-]
That roast at the end
That roast at the end
#505 - latinotornado (02/26/2014) [-]
That was 			*******		 beautiful.  And in response to the people saying she didn't have to be such a bitch and what not, sometimes it really does take a firm or even rude response to get people to stop.  It gives them a wake up call.  You see it as crushing their confidence...or whatever the 			****		 else it is they excrete *shiver* but it should help them more than hurt them.  Help them realize wtf they were doing/thinking and fix it. Just my two cents.
That was ******* beautiful. And in response to the people saying she didn't have to be such a bitch and what not, sometimes it really does take a firm or even rude response to get people to stop. It gives them a wake up call. You see it as crushing their confidence...or whatever the **** else it is they excrete *shiver* but it should help them more than hurt them. Help them realize wtf they were doing/thinking and fix it. Just my two cents.
#520 to #505 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
It isn't really going to help him. He isn't choosing to be eccentric, he just is. Now he will be (possibly more) ashamed of who he is which will make him withdrawn and even less likely to gain the ability to interact with people who aren't like him (arguably, Kitty didn't have the ability to interact with people different than her i.e. this guy, but she is getting praise because most people here don't know how either).
User avatar #522 to #520 - shunkahawolf (02/26/2014) [-]
i dunno, i would have been pretty creeped out if someone tracked me down like that and started saying they would worship me and **** . especially if they knew where i worked.
#525 to #522 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
Or maybe you would handle it better? Either way, it's about how you respond.
#524 to #522 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
It's not about how you feel, it's how you actually respond. Besides, read the last past in parentheses "most people here don't know how either."
User avatar #526 to #524 - shunkahawolf (02/26/2014) [-]
id probably just unfriend and move on
#527 to #526 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
I guess that's as good a solution as any. More of a neutral than a negative as the case is in this content.
User avatar #528 to #527 - shunkahawolf (02/26/2014) [-]
i like neutral, its the best.
User avatar #561 to #520 - Yojimbo (02/26/2014) [-]
Says who? Are you him? How do you know he isn't choosing to?
#580 to #561 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
Oh yes, I'm sure he chooses his personality. You know what else he chooses? The way his nose is shaped and the fact that he's (insert whatever height he is). I'm also sure he chooses which sex he's attracted to as well just like homosexuals apply for their homosexuality with the federal form 1020-HOMO, since, you know, when we are born we're like blank slates we can design from scratch like MMORPG characters.
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#583 to #580 - Yojimbo (02/26/2014) [-]
People can change how they act towards others, and how they interact with others. People can change their interests. People can change in general. Personality can change.

For example, a shy kid can take public speaking courses and become more confident.

You must be a troll, because surely no one can be this stupid.
#586 to #583 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
As far as "people can change their interests" While people's interests naturally change over time, it isn't because they choose to. Let's hypothetically say that you like vanilla ice cream. Do you choose to like vanilla ice cream? No, you either like it or you don't. No choosing involved.
#585 to #583 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
That's ******** . People can adjust the way they behave in certain settings, but that's merely suppressing what their personalities are, not changing them. What you said is equivalent to saying that dressing a wolf in sheep's clothing is proof that the wolf can change who he is. He can't, it's merely a cover.

Gaining confidence in public speaking has nothing to do with shyness. Confidence doesn't have anything to do with shyness either. Shyness has to do with being nervous with social contact, not with lacking confidence that you can do x or y in front of other people. Getting used to speaking in front of a bunch of people is a cover for basal social nervousness. It isn't changing the fact that he or she gets nervous in social situations.

You, sir, are the stupid one.
User avatar #556 to #520 - ludislavonac (02/26/2014) [-]
So how would you solve that problem if you were in her shoes? Imho her response was fine
#582 to #556 - ionclawz (02/26/2014) [-]
My response would have been quite different than most people's (either this or more commonly simply unfriending him). I would probably ask him why he would worship me, then ask why he thinks he's nothing, and then probably explain that girls shouldn't be worshiped but treated as equals. Since most likely I wouldn't be interested, I would also explain that throwing yourself on your knees for someone isn't a good way to approach someone since most people react badly to it. If he really wouldn't take a direct "no" for an answer, that's when I would unfriend him.
User avatar #591 to #582 - ludislavonac (02/26/2014) [-]
Fair enough I guess
#107 - spakpak (02/25/2014) [-]
>trenchcoat
>fedora
>hot topic

surely this can't be real
#115 to #107 - bloodfist (02/25/2014) [-]
totally is, my girlfriend dragged me in there for her to get pins and try on the older-style dresses or w.e they carry. and so many trench coat wearing fedora people walk in there. i don't get how they think it looks cool.
#155 to #115 - spakpak (02/26/2014) [-]
dude this is high fashion
#31 - iLime (02/25/2014) [-]
Had me at "trenchcoat, fedora..."
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