cullengirl wrote:So, here's my question: Have you ever been asked out or went on a date with someone who was creepy?
Yes. There was one time in college that a guy asked me out that would listen to Metallica during our religion course. He would always sit by me and try and do small talk, but he just didn't do it for me. Anyway, in my "nice girl, don't want to hurt his feelings" way, I told him that I already had plans. Being the "creepy, I'm not letting this go" kind of guy that he was, he asked what my plans were. I quickly remembered that our church group was having an activity at one of the main buildings on campus. He asked if it was only for our specific church group. Of course it wasn't so I politely asked if he would like to come to it. So he did come, luckily met me there, didn't pick me up. I tried to treat it not like a date, since to me it wasn't. I introduced him around to people, but I didn't stand only with him or talk to just him, or whatever. So the next time I went to religion class he wasn't there and the teacher said he had to leave school because of family matters. I have no idea what happened to him, never saw him again. I was secretly glad so that I didn't have to talk to him again, but I still felt a bit guilty for thinking he was such a creepy guy when obviously there were things going on in his life that made things difficult. (Again, I am too much of a nice girl, always worrying about the other guy even when he is weird).
I found that at college dances I was usually asked by the "special" guys (slightly retarted or handicapped in some way) or the creepy/stalkery kind of guys. I was always waiting for a really cute, normal guy that I might be interested in to ask me to dance. I also have the creep radar.
Luckily, hubby worked his way through my creep radar and I got myself a winner. I knew pretty soon after we met and then started dating that he was a keeper. I take the keeper and get rid of the creeper.