Jokes aside, I felt relieved. I love women who make the first move, but she seemed completely out and was getting increasingly aggressive. Felt like she didn't realize what she was doing, and it was more awkward than arousing.
Not completely sure, but I think it was because she was way too drunk and might have been causing trouble for a while before she came over to me to dance. She was also very aggressive - she hurt me by pulling my arms too hard a couple times, trying to wrap then around her waist while dancing simultaneously...
Honestly though, I don't know. I don't go out to clubs very often, so this whole thing was bizarre to me.
You caught me. I knew OP was in the club and I couldn't let him have a good time.
Did the bouncers have any legitimate reason to throw her out? /u/IAmABouncer did you have something to do with this?
A pencil sharpener that can sharpen any pencil is useful, whereas a pencil that's been in a lot of pencil sharpeners is useless.
See? I can use pointless analogies too.
To be fair, men (I am one) take advantage of this double standard because men who sleep with a lot of girls are called and considered "champs" or plain old successful while girls are called "sluts" and "whores"
a key that opens many locks is a master key. A lock that is opened by many keys is a shitty lock.
You are a smart person. You don't want to deal with a drunken train wreck once the music stops. Yea it could have been fun, but its not worth it in the long runn thats how you get herpes. Even worse if she would've yacked on ya. Keep your chin up, the more you go out the more likely you are to meet some one who is quality. Then you can get hammered and kicked out of bar together:)
I don't want to be "that guy", but this aggravates me because switch the genders and you'd have almost certainly been punched out and police called.
She was. A couple minutes after she grabbed me she whispered in my ear, "I'll go home with you, take me out". I was weirded out, honestly. And the bouncers arrived 30 seconds later.
Now that you mention it, the Good Guy thing to do might have been to escort her to her home.
If you wouldn't have done the same for a man then that's kind of sexist. The decent human thing to do would be to just make sure they have a safe and reasonable way to get home. Taxi, Uber, one of their friends or lastly the police. Don't put yourself in the position for a person to later falsely claim that you took advantage of them, or raped them, or stole from them. And you don't know who's waiting for them if you were to take them back to their place. Be kind- but don't put yourself in harms way.
Thanks for creating content OP and good luck on your social anxiety issues.