• If a girl suddenly acts as if she knows you in public and acts like you're friends, go along w it she could be in danger
Or YOU could. One time. Woman walked up to me and hugged me and asked how my mom was and then after a couple minutes she whispered she had noticed a man me and wanted to scare him off. She then walked me to my destination. I was only 14.
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    • If a girl came up to me randomly and hugged me I would probably cry
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    • Hey there’s someone following you. Let’s hide in the trunk of my car
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    • That's why I'm always strapped
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    • In most cases this is a good idea. It worked for a friend and me when we were being bothered by a group of boys. We ran up to a man and said; "Daddy, those guys won't leave us alone". He went into full DAD mode. It was awesome. It was about 40 years ago. 😁💞
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    • Women should be armed. R@pists wouldn't be so bold if there was a good chance he'd get a .45 to the gut. And the ones that do try, deserve to get sh0t
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    • "It could be a trap!" No shit, offer to take her to a crowded, public place, into stores or restaurants. If she refuses, then you know. I've HAD a girl talk to me bc a creep was following her, we went to a restaurant and told a manager and the police came and got her home safely. Be safe, but help.
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    • YOU could be in danger, all right. I know a guy who had a girl come up to him and asked if he could help her escape from a creep. She walked him to a secluded spot where her accomplice mugged him.
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    • I had a girl I'd seen around campus ask me to pretend to be her boyfriend so some guy would leave her alone at the mall. I did. This dude came around the corner looking scary as hell. I put my arm around her and stared back until he left. Sad that she needed a guy for him to leave her alone.
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    • The predator in question was probably one of you bastards.
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    • If a girl walked up to me and pretended she knew me, I’d assume it’s a trap and she was trying to steal something from me or harm me
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    • Or the random girl is the dangerous one. Thanks for reminding me anything's possible
      tweb 9 aug
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    • Or the girl could be trying to kidnap you
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    • That's why you always carry a freedom-from-life launcher
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    • Im gonna be honest though, shit can be kinda scary out there for a female, like im not about that feminist shit, but its true ya know?
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    • This is part of the unspoken rules of the girl. If if a girl suddenly starts to talk to you like you've known each other for years, you go along with it. If she acts like you're her bf, there's prolly a creepy dude talking to her, making her uncomfortable.
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    • Orrr you could be being mugged. Sometimes muggers will use a willing female accomplice as bait to lure you into a better setting to be mugged. They then split the loot.
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    • Honestly would assume she was trying to trick me into getting robbed by her
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    • Had a girl come up to me when i was hikinh once, talk in bout how she finally caught up to me. I immediatly played along, no questions asked. Minute later dude passes us both look in real creepy, staring at her, canstantly lookong over his shoulder at her as he hikes. She stayed in my campsite1/2
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    • Ayyyye some highschool girl did that shit to me when i was in elementary. Used to have to walk home everyday cuz no busses ran to my house and some dude followed me halfway home until some girl did the same shit
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    • See if she walks up to you and asks you for help, you’re getting mugged. If she pretends that you’re friends, that’s when she’s in danger.
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    • Fun fact: women have to pretty much live in fear literally everywhere they go if they’re alone
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    • This actually happens more than you think. Had a young girl maybe around 15 come up to me and started calling me uncle jay. Was confused until I saw the look in her eyes and I gave her a hug and asked her where she wanted to eat. Took her to a cafe couple blocks away and called her parents and
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    • Little different, but as a father during this pandemic. If I see a single mother or father going into the store and they leave their kids in the car (acceptable if it’s running with AC) I’ll sit there and make sure no one messes with the car or the kids. And when they return, I go about my merry way
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    • I actually did this to a guy at a festival when I lost my friends cause I noticed every time I’d look around this man would be just a few steps behind me. So I went up to a stranger and was like “hey man I thought I’d never find you guys, try not to lose me again!” I’m sure I had scared eyes but he
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    • Trust no one, attack all who approach
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    • One time a woman walked up to me and did this, and the first thing out of my mouth was “I need an adult.” I was 31.
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    • Stick bug does not approve of kidnapping
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    • When I was 10 a car was following me while I walked home. I ended up walking up to a woman in her front yard with two kids, hugged her and told her about the car, while smiling and she took me inside and called my mom to pick me up. I think that woman might’ve saved my life that day.
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    • A dude was hitting on me at the gym & it was making me uncomfortable. I was polite & said I needed to finish my workout. Finally a chick came over “hey, there you are! Been looking for you. Ready to go soon?” The dude took off & she warned me he lurks around a lot.
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    • My good friend is gay (not the flamboyant kind, he can pass as straight) and his two best friends are girls. When shit like this happens at parties they act like they’re in a three-way relationship. He’s ripped as hell too so people don’t really mess with him
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    • And then she pushes you into a van
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    • When I was 16 this happened to me. I was at the ma outside waiting for my dad and an old man on a bench called me over. He said hey hunnie how have you been and i was confused but i sat down and he said there was an older gentleman watching me and following me. He also told me that we always have to
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    • I drove 45 minutes out of my way, ended up being late to my grandparents, because a guy was following my girlfriend for about 8 miles and he pulled over behind her right when I showed up and I got out with a knife in my hand and he ran back to his truck and drove off
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    • I'm about 99% sure I prevented a robbery one time.. also almost accidentally robbed a bank once.. anyone interested in either story comment and ill elaborate. If not then, well.. I'll just fuck right off.
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    • My mom had to do this once when she was a teenager working late shifts as a waitress. A customer had apparently waited for her shift to end and started following her. She saw another group of kids her age far away and started calling out random names and waving to them while running over to them.
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    • Some creepy guy kept following and touching my mom in a walmart and kept trying to grab her ass, so she reverse stalked him through the walmart, scared the hell out of him, then reported him to the walmart staff. Fuck got arrested within a couple days for trying to hurt another lady.
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    • That moment we quickly judge another stranger and deem them safer than the one following us.
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    • When I was in middle school walking to my bus stop, a white van pull up and started matching my walking speed. The dude just stared at me. They drove off, and a woman in her car approached me and ask what did the van want from me. It didn't even occur to me I could've been kidnapped. Ty random woman
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    • I mean if someone is scared enough of one person, so they go up to another random person and pretend to be their friend for safety, there's bigger problems
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    • One time I did the riskier thing and pretended to know the guy who was following her. I chatted him up about how he used to go to my high school long enough for her to find a group of people where she was safe.
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    • At least twice a woman has acted like she knew me to give me an out when it looked like guys were rudely hitting on me in public. Both times the guys were safe friends, but thank you, brave sisters, I love you,
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    • Some creepy guy followed me into 2 stores and then back to the exit of the mall. I stopped at a Auntie Ann’s to see if he passed me but he just sat down on a bench and waited for me. Luckily a security guard was walking past and he escorted me to my car. Could’ve been a coincidence but idk
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    • When I was 15 I was walking home from school, I noticed a dude on the corner with a nice camo sweater I thought it was cool. When I arrived in front of my building the gate was locked so I went through the service entrance, basically the basement. I call the elevator someone walks in...(1/2)
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    • Trust absolutely no one. Best advice , trust me
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    • I’d start looking for the hidden cameras
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    • A woman trying to get away from a stalker/creepy person is FAR higher than a woman trying to kidnap..just saying
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    • I had this happen to me one time. I was on a bus in this creepy guy was following me but I didn’t know what to do, I was only like 13. And some nice older girl invited me to sit with her and her friends. Unfortunately I had to deal with him myself another time when there was no one else there. (1/2)
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    • OR she could be the trap and you are about to be kidnapped
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    • If a girl comes up to you and starts crying and is visibly shaken then tries to get you into the parking lot ignore this advice you will get kidnapped
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    • An important bit of info I learned year ago, don't look like a victim. Walk with your head up, with confidence and purpose. Pay attention to your surroundings. 💞
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    • Damn everybody seems to have had a creep follow them before. I must have been an ugly kid.
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    • Me and my friends had to set up a "buddy system" as if we were in grade school because there were reports of some creep near the school, so whenever one of us needed to go anywhere (even just to the bathroom), another one of us would tag along and be a lookout, phone handy in case we needed to call-
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    • Me and my gf pretended to be in a poly relationship to get her friend out of talking to some neck beard dude who wouldn’t stop harassing her
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    • i got followed to my car by two older men. and the one guy kept saying she’s beautiful. you’re beautiful. what’s your name gorgeous? come here. i yelled fuck off and ran to my car. i got in and locked it as he put his hand on my window. he didn’t go away till i started my car
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    • A woman walked up to a man and asked him if she could hold his baby. He said no. She begins screaming “This man stole my baby!” Man is nearly beaten to death by several nearby men. Only the arrival of his wife stops the stranger from taking their baby.
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    • every woman needs to carry a gun and a knife
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    • When I was about 14 (so 2 years ago) I was in Philly with a friend and some 40 year old guy came up to us and pretended to be lecturing us about how as long as we lived under his roof, his daughters would not be out alone, dude handed us a slip of paper saying that a creep was following us, his
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    • Just be a good person y’all. Be respectful and alert.
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    • I mean, since we're sharing. Had a guy come up to me when I was like 5 in a sketchy-ass (in retrospect) van with no windows asking if I'd seen a kid on a go kart around the area. I knew all three kids within a mile or two. None of them had a go kart.
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    • I grew up in a yeeyee area and people I absolutely HATED in highschool would come up to me and do this. My friends would do this too. Ive even done it for some homies that were getting nervous. Human trafficking is big in my area, a few busts a year all within 30ish minutes. It's actually terrifying
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    • This is why it's so scary to be a female, guys. Us men don't understand the fear women experience everyday that we just don't have to think about.
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    • *Random girl pretends to hug me cause she’s in danger* Me: *moan*
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    • This is why men aren't trusted by women because they keep fucking stalking and murdering them
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    • I guess, after reading these stories, the rule of thumb is the following: You should play along in case the person is being followed/in danger, but never let them lead you to a secluded place. If you need to, be the one to dictate where you go.
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    • Our town has an annual fair every year, and we have been for over 100 years. Anyway, there was a little girl (maybe 4?) who didn’t seem local & she was alone. Which concerned be but I just kept my eye on her just Incase. Then I seen this guy, maybe 30-40. Giving her weird looks and he kept getting
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    • Why does this have to be gender specific
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    • I see all the guys in the comments saying stuff like ‘Oh whatever, it’s likely a trap’ but that’s why you don’t offer to take them off by yourself, take them to a more crowded area. Yes, men have a rough time and stuff, but women tend to be more at risk. Am I saying women are more deserving than men
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    • I got slugged when i tried this. I ran up to a man and acted like he was my bf to scare off the creep following me and the bf 2b hit me. 'Course, I'm a guy, so....
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    • Once I was being followed by this guy at a Target and this dude I went to school with, ran up to me and told me, so he pretended to be my boyfriend (before u ask, yes Im a girl)
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    • Idk man its super weird regardless of your intentions as a dude women might think you're trying to hit on them or you're creepy. At work i literally stand there and barely talk to them at all and if i look their direction they look terrified. If i talk to them they think i flirt with them.
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    • OR she could violate you and try to force you into her lesbian cult of theistic origin, causing you to question your own sexuality ofter making you orgasm against your will
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    • I got ra-ped when I was 5. Sick motherfuckers out there
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    • I had this happen to me too during a school dance. It sucked knowing she wasn't talking to me just to talk to me. But at least I know now.
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    • "THE FUCKS WRONG WITH YOU LADY? I DON'T FUCKING KNOW YOU! HELP! I'M BEING SEXUALLY ASSAULTED!" *cops arrive and we all win, still pressing charges tho*
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    • That’s smart af, once when I was 13 I was playing Pokemon go on my scooter, I stopped by a gas station which had a module on it, I then heard the sound of an old truck and I looked to see a dirty middle aged man getting out of his truck. I remembered my brother warning me about people using Pokemon-
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    • I turned 18 this past summer and I told my dad yesterday I wanna get my concealed carry license. He got so happy when I told him that
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    • Once while me, my mom, and younger sisters were separated from my dad in a grocery store a lady came up to us saying she hasn’t us in forever. After a sec she whispered a man has been following us for past several aisles and she was worried. My mom took a glance and didn’t recognize him. She called-
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    • I was almost kidnapped when my son was a newborn. A guy in an old truck asked me for directions and kept saying to come closer because he couldn't hear me and he wanted to see my sons red hair. Then he drove off but I heard him come back around. He drove the wrong way down a one way street (1/2)
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    • The world is just a dangerous place, people need to start acknowledging this, and learn street smarts. I’m having a daughter, and especially being that I’m in the army I know I won’t be there every step of the way so it’s a bit scary to think about. This is why I have multiple firearms in my house.
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    • Women can also be kidnappers
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    • I can't believe someone us seriously trying to make a counterargument to simply helping out women who are in danger
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    • Every woman needs a CHL.
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    • Same with a dude
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    • So you're telling me my crush did not know that random person?
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    • Oooo boy a thread for story time. So I used to work at tru and there was this slightly off dude that would always come in and creep on the girls. No one ever wanted to say anything because of his mental problems so he got away with murder practically. Would follow girls around the store, blatantly
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    • I’m always there like that for my female friends, and it’s happened more than I’d like to believe
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    • I was at a club a few years ago for a friend’s birthday, and this guy kept coming up to one of the girls in our group and pestering her to dance with him/give him her number/etc., even though she repeatedly said she had a boyfriend and wasn’t interested. When he came up to us again, my boyfriend 1/2
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    • I'm a SO and unfortunately it happens often :< I usually confront the stalkers and take a video of them. Never seen any repeat offenders. BTW TAKE VIDEOS OF STUFF. You'd be surprised how powerful recording someone is.
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    • I remember a guy following this really young chick so i asked if she noticed him and she said she had been walking around the block not to show him where she lives, i gave her my phone to call her dad, but that was creepy af
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    • When I was in Jr high I took the bus that dropped at a park a few minutes from my house, I was halfway there when a girl going the same way came up to me asking if I lived around here, told her I did and then she told me that some lady was following me, we both picked up the pace and got home safely
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    • I was followed once, but then again, I'm armed and didn't fucking care...
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    • Why yall throwing a fit about it being gender specific its just more commonly with chicks but if ur a dude and another dude does the same ur prob not gonna get with it as well ur gonn think he's weird
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    • Theres too much bullshit here, just walk up to people and quietly tell them you suspect you're being followed and please let them stand/walk with you all. I promise this will have better results and be of less risk to have the party/person you approach to react the wrong way.
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    • I'm just saying. Always a bigger fish. The man you tryna scare away is probably just simply gonna ra.pe you. But me? I'll sniff and suck your toes and steal your panties.
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    • I was around 15 and I was walking home from school and I noticed some guy following me. But it was too late to run he was close and I was in an abandoned parking lot. (It was the fastest way to get to my house) I got really scared and in a burst of adrenaline I picked up a brick and (1/?)
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    • I was 12 me and my mom was at CVS and my mom was waiting in line and asked me to go to the drinks to grab her a tea real quick. I went to the aisle and this woman was there but I thought nothing of it. I turned around to get back to my mom with the drink and didn’t know the lady was following me 1/2
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    • Whenever I see someone walking alone at night, I follow behind them slowly in my car, I want to make sure they get home safely.
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    • This happened to me. Ran up to a random guy in a city I didn’t know. God I was lucky that day, thank you random dude
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    • Or you could be me where I was taking a walk at night and saw a girl running like she was being chased and when I asked her if she was okay she looked at me in terror and ran even faster like I was the one chasing her and that doesn't boost your self confidence.
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    • Obv helping someone in need is the right thing to do but if someone is stalking or following a guy and attempts to do the same as this female everyone would think he’s the creep.
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