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14 Feb 2018 00:26 - +13422
Girlfriend did this to me. One of her first days at the gym, I see her working out, I go see her and I'm like "hey gurrrl, nice to meet you, looking good there, flexing that butt", as loudly and obnoxious as possible, because I thought it would be fun when I would actually kiss her afterwards, laugh and giggles, etc I laugh a bit, goes to give her a kiss, she just dodges and looks embarrassed and is like "Sorry... I have a boyfriend :/" AND LEAVES. I deserved it and it made me laugh so much, but damn it was the most awkward gym session ever
14 Feb 2018 02:17 - +8076
One time my wife (then gf) said loudly to me "stop following me" in the middle of Victoria's secret. I was horrified and almost wanted to run from all the evil looks I was getting.
14 Feb 2018 02:19 - +3991
You can do this as a guy too. I pretended to be a girl's brother when a homeless guy was harassing her. A lot of those guys will think twice about saying shit, even drunk, when they might get clobbered by a protective brother or bf.
14 Feb 2018 00:57 - +3446
Kinda similar, but at a party last week or so, I was drunk af with my date and we kinda ended up in random corners making out, and I kinda slumped over a few times cause my head was spinning. Every single time, a different girl would come up and make sure I was okay/was feeling alright. It was so sweet and now I want to make sure I always look out for drunk sorority girls at parties in return :’)
14 Feb 2018 00:18 - +2253
For clarification: the other girl didn't know that the BF was her BF, so she pretended to know the girl in order to get her out of an uncomfortable situation. EDIT: since people seem confused, the phrase "potentially dangerous" was changed to "uncomfortable" because I agreed with the guy who replied to me.
14 Feb 2018 02:49 - +1797
Meanwhile, my short ass wife threatens to start calling me, "daddy" in public just to humiliate me. I'm like, "Please don't.. I just want to find my candle."
14 Feb 2018 01:43 - +1387
My girlfriend and i did this to a girl at a party who was way too drunk to stand. Seperated what turned out to be her boyfriend and asked her if she was okay or needed us to get her out. No harm in asking if the alternative is so grave
14 Feb 2018 02:50 - +1036
About a year ago I was standing on a busy sidewalk when this homeless guy started harassing me asking for my number etc. I told him I was waiting for my boyfriend which was true, but that only set him off asking "is he big?" And "could I take him?" I tried to shake him off but he wouldn't leave me alone, finally this super adorable and flamboyant gay guy that I've never met comes up and was like "hey girl there you are let's go!!" I thought it was so funny that it appeared to the homeless dude that I was dating a very obviously gay man, but I mostly just appreciated him so much for taking a minute out of his day to help a stranger
14 Feb 2018 00:04 - +816
Bless girls like this. I’m trying to be one of them
14 Feb 2018 00:39 - +698
Yes! I love seeing this! A woman “rescued” me from a creeper at the gym last year & ever since I’ve tried to pay it forward pretty vigilantly, mostly when men are cornering women on the train or following/catcalling them on the street. I was a little nervous the first time I did it but now I feel empowered. Gotta look out for one another, ladies! Edit: after reading some of these comments... just don’t hit on women at the gym. It’s really fucking uncomfortable for us. Why do we have to elaborate any further on this?
14 Feb 2018 01:58 - +658
ITT: Unhealthy views on everything
14 Feb 2018 01:48 - +465
Girl code is still going strong. I am filled with a crazy amount of hope.
14 Feb 2018 02:35 - +430
Most awkward moment of my life was at a gay and lesbian bar with a group of gay friends and my boyfriend. He was flirting with me at the bar and a rather large lesbian stepped between us and started talking to me like we were girlfriends. My bf being a go with the flow kinda guy, he actually walks away! The woman shook her head and commented on how annoying it is that men come to lesbian bars to hit on us. I felt so united with her in that moment it was hard to tell her the truth
14 Feb 2018 02:46 - +238
I had a business idea for this, actually. You get a couple of girls to rent a "boyfriend" for when you are out with your friends. If you get unwanted attention, you give a signal, and he comes over and poses as your boyfriend. Rent-a-BF so to speak. Edit: I have been told that escort services already exist, so I guess I won't go for that small business loan.
14 Feb 2018 02:41 - +174
I remember sitting outside holding my then girlfriend now wife's hair back while she puked (up her third shot. Small girl) at least 5 people came by to ask her if she needed help/asking if I was bothering her. The little things give you faith sometimes.
14 Feb 2018 02:22 - +119
That's a real bro move
14 Feb 2018 02:48 - +98
I did something like this for a classmate once. in professional school our entire class would go en masse to a bar after a test. at the end of one night we were all hammered and a cute blonde in my class who i'd spoken to only a couple of times (it was still early in first year) was being fairly aggressively hit on by a couple of guys. almost everyone had emptied out and she was by herself. i figured she could take care of herself but on a whim i walked over, held out my hand, and said, "you ready to go, babe?" i give her credit, she didn't drop a beat. she looked at me and said, "yeah, let's go. i can't wait to get in bed." the guys, to their credit, immediately backed off and apologized. i told them it was no big deal and we left. true story!
14 Feb 2018 02:24 - +46
She is a great person and I need her as a friend.
14 Feb 2018 02:27 - +33
The hero we all need but don't deserve
14 Feb 2018 03:21 - +30
I have an ongoing joke with my wife. I think it's funny... she less so. She sometimes asks that I do something for her however she occasionally and unknowingly keeps me from completing it as she is standing in the way. I answer her request by saying, *"I would but there's this lady standing in front of me."* We were at the store and the aforementioned scenario happened while at the same time another lady was standing relatively close but in no way impeding my ability to do the requested task. I responded with my, *"lady standing in front of me..."* line to which the other woman looked at me as if to say, *"you could have just politely asked me to move"* but didn't say anything... yet still moved aside. I felt embarrassed.
14 Feb 2018 03:32 - +20
On my stagette I was obviously very intoxicated, and took it upon myself to save girls from dudes outside the club. Most laughed and said it was their boyfriend or they were cool with it, but one extremely drunk girl looked so relieved and clung to me, saying after that the guy kept trying to pull her to a cab and touching her bum. I found her friends for her and no rapey time happened that night.
14 Feb 2018 05:22 - +17
one time I was standing out front of a bar waiting for my girlfriend and my mates to come out, and this girl walks out and has a concerned look on her face, she immediately locks eyes with me and raises her eyebrows. she comes up to me and hugs me, says "there you are!" when we were hugging I saw a guy come out of the bar just behind her and he was staring at her/us. I got the queue, said "ready to go hun?" and walked away holding her hand. she told me the guy had been following her around the bar all night and tried hitting on her but was being a fucking creep. I told her I need to text my girlfriend about what happened and why I was now a couple blocks away from the bar. we went in to a 7/11 and she bought me a beer as thanks. guys you can help in these situations too! just be aware, girls deal with this shit all the time

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