Thursday, January 10

Unjustifiable Creeper-Like Behavior

Just had a few thoughts running through my mind as I take my not-so-deserved study break. I find it kind of interesting how a person can display one personality to somebody, and display another entirely different personality to another. This being on the basis of the person having feelings for one of them. Of course, this is quite common, of course, its human behavior but it is expected that one should be able to control such unjustifiable behavior.

or is it that it cannot be controlled? I don’t understand how a guy can be totally sweet and nice to a friend of someone who would say nothing but endless praises of such guy and then be a creeper towards another female just because he is attracted to her. It is all too common, in fact, I have seen such traits in my own brother. I am indeed so quick to point it out to him.

Is this considered normal guy behavior? because such befuddles me. In the end, people would make excuses for him and such because he’s a good guy. yeah to everybody BUT the person he has feelings for. Kind of doing something wrong here aren’t we? The girl is seen as being uppity or being snobbish and that she’s not giving the guy a chance.

Apparently, some dudes don’t understand that you have to be friends first before you can be in a successful relationship. And that friendship is MUTUAL And that you are NOT friends with a girl who gets the creepy crawlies when you pass by.

LOL, I just wrote creepy crawlies.

IDK some guys just need to stop thinking with their emotions and use their brains for once. And girls too. girls are not innocent of this behavior
wish I could say more but I haven’t gathered my thoughts well enough, apart from the fact that people find me crazy when I start to tell them what some guys say to me and give them excuses…smh. If the guy was a friend of mine I will confront his behavior not make excuses for him.
you don’t get into relationships by creeping people out, and if that has always worked for you and other girls, it would NEVER work for me. 

Come to think of it, I had such occur to a friend of mine, and the guy was regular friends with me but liked her, I guess being able to see the other side I didn’t excuse his behavior. Sadly I found out too late, the guy and I were no longer close or I would have talked to him and set him straight.

Liking someone is not an excuse to be obsessive. That means you have passed the stage of thinking straight in situations involving that person.
this is infatuation. a lot of people confuse it with love. You cannot love a person you don’t know (Eros love is what I mean if you want to get technical)
We need to open our eyes, take off the shades, and put on some clarifying glasses….
Thanks for reading!!


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