A guy in a gym is looking at a woman. That apparently justifies her and her husband in threatening the man. It isn’t a crime to look at someone, but it certainly IS a crime to threaten someone with violence.

Chicks like this dress the way that they do because they WANT people to look at them. They just don’t want people who they find unattractive to look at them. If the man had been “hot” she would have enjoyed the attention and continued to show off for him. Because he wasn’t physically attractive, she decided to play like she was offended. These women seem to think that they can use or threaten force because a guy that they don’t find attractive dares to look at them. This is evidenced by the fact that they post videos and pictures of themselves all over the internet for people to ogle. They enjoy being the center of attention.

Back in 2011, I was standing in line in a Quizno’s sandwich shop in Tampa. The woman who was standing in line in front of me had on one of those midriff-bearing tops, and had a tattoo in the middle of her back. The tattoo was in an old English type of font, with her pants covering the lower half of the letters. I was standing in line, trying to figure out what the tattoo said when she turned around and asked me what I was staring at.

I replied that I was looking at her tattoo, and asked her what it said. Now it’s been my experience that people with tattoos love to show them off. Not this woman. She got angry and said, “Did I give you permission to look at it? Where do you think you get the right to stare at me without my permission?”

Now my natural smartass came out at that point, and I replied “What were you thinking when you put on that outfit this morning- ‘Oh, I hope no one looks at me!’ ??”

At this point, some huge guy, presumably her boyfriend, comes over and asks her if I am bothering her. She replies in the affirmative, and the meathead tells me that we are stepping outside to settle this. I tell him that there is no way that I am going outside and that I am not going to fight him, to which he replies that either I am going to go on my own, or he is dragging me outside, and he is kicking my ass whether I like it or not.

At that point, I tell him that it would be a VERY bad idea to drag me outside, and tell him that he needs to just let it go. Long story short, I didn’t have to go outside, and I didn’t have to shoot anyone.

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joe · December 23, 2021 at 4:17 pm

that would have been my answer to him…we can go outside…you are bigger and i would hate to have to shoot you in the balls…hopefully i won’t miss…because your whore girlfriend seems to have them in her purse…

snuffy · December 23, 2021 at 8:03 pm

Yeah, I saw that story. So, she wore what basically amounts to body paint in the hopes that guys wouldn’t pay attention to her. If you don’t want guys staring at your ass or your tits, wear sweatpants and a baggy t shirt. Go to a women’s gym. Of course, then you might have to deal with someone who identifies as a woman, with a beard like Abe Lincoln, or a few lesbians. Guys have been staring at women since forever. It’s not going to change.

Angus McThag · December 24, 2021 at 3:03 am

That reminds me of a confrontation with a bully in high school.

He said he was going to kick my ass after school.

I asked if he got super powers after school or something and why couldn’t he do it now?

He turned colors and didn’t meet me after school.

Don Curton · December 24, 2021 at 9:34 am

I have, over the years, developed an incredible ability to spot good looking women, or even just regular women dressed like sluts, from a good distance away. Then after spotting them I studiously make sure I never look in their direction again. Not even a glance.

Oh, not out of any respect for the woman or fear from her boyfriend. Nope, none of that nonsense. It’s so the woman I have with me (wife of 26 years) won’t slap the shit outta me. Self-preservation.

AC47spooky · December 24, 2021 at 11:14 am

I wear shades when out in public. I do this because they are prescription lenses and it’s easy to just keep them on when I enter a store. I always have the optical lab make them as dark as possible because I’m sensitive to bright sunlight. As a result, it’s impossible to see my eyes when I’m scoping out babes in public.

Paulb · December 25, 2021 at 11:48 am

My wife enjoys being looked at, and dresses accordingly, knowing that it’s an ego thing, but she also knows the cost of doing business, and being from the 3rd world, she also knows that this is not a good idea in ethnic neighborhoods. There’s a good expression in her language, translates to ‘If you don’t want the genie to come out, don’t rub the lamp.”

Years ago, on vacation in Memphis TN, when our kid was maybe 5, we stopped at a McD’s because ne needed a bathroom break. It was maybe 2pm. On the way out, a black guy in his 30’s riding a BMX bicycle said something rude as we walked by. For Americans there’s a difference between looking and catcalling, of course.

My wife grew up in Brazil. If you’re not getting catcalls, you don’t look good. We’re not in Brazil, though. I wasn’t going to be a donkey or make a scene, but no man with blood in his veins will listen to someone be rude to his woman. I just caught the guys’ eye, pointed to my car, the nicest one in the lot at that moment, and said “You can guess which car the pretty lady is getting into. Maybe if you weren’t riding a fucking child’s bicycle at a time when everyone else is at work, you’d be walking someone to your car too.”
You know that semi-stern look, when a woman thinks you’re being a caveman but is secretly very pleased? I got that look but my wife said “I think I’m ovulating right now” in portagee.
The Meathead in Divemedic’s story was a victim of his own ego and poor mate choice. Dude had no idea that he was one thrown punch from being a cautionary tale at a CCW class.

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