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would this be creepy?
go to house of someone i like?
#1
so in one of my previous companies, i was at a co-working space and of course there happens to be a guy i start liking but i never really got a chance to talk to him etc but wasnt sure if he was gay either.

now my company moved office and then of course i was looking thru his LinkedIn and saw he was following a lgbtq group so that made me wonder.. anyway 2 years down the line i got a running app & i looked him up just out of curiosity and u can see peoples activities and i realised where about he lived, so i did what anyone would do went on grindr  and set my location to there and lo and behold he came up.. i left him a message saying hi and he never responded but then also a bigger message detailing who i am etc but he hasnt been online so i am not sure whether he read it or not..

so my q is if i went to his house & knocked (bearing in mind he would recognise who i am! which is fine but my point is i am not really a stranger) would this be creepy? in my mind i just wanna go and hug him and then tell him how i feel and if he doesnt feel the same move on..
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#2
Yes yes, yes
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#3
I wouldn't call going to his house creepy, just going a bit too far atm.
Wait until you know that he has read your longer message on grindr.  Then decide what to do next.
Also, even if he responds, I wouldn't jump right in and tell him how you feel.  Rather, suggest that you go out for a drink (as mates) and see what that opens up.
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(28-03-2021, 07:59 PM)Parsifal Wrote: I wouldn't call going to his house creepy, just going a bit too far atm.
Wait until you know that he has read your longer message on grindr.  Then decide what to do next.
Also, even if he responds, I wouldn't jump right in and tell him how you feel.  Rather, suggest that you go out for a drink (as mates) and see what that opens up.

i might have jumped the gun a bit and told him  about my 'crush' on him in that grindr message and maybe hes run away :p
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#5
Generally, if you have to ask if something is creepy, then it probably is.
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(29-03-2021, 05:42 PM)Evil_Scot Wrote: Generally, if you have to ask if something is creepy, then it probably is.

you are EVIL what do you care Tongue

i mean it would be creepy if i didnt know the guy and he didnt know me but in this instance he at least WOULD.. so my mind/brain refuses to think its creepy but i just wanted to ask :/
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(29-03-2021, 05:42 PM)Evil_Scot Wrote: Generally, if you have to ask if something is creepy, then it probably is.

That's a platitude that is sometimes true and sometimes not.
Therefore the operative word "probably".
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#8
It would depend absolutely on whether the fondness was reciprocated, I think.  No matter whether you’re both gay, having some random fella turn up on your doorstep out of the blue might be a bit Huh .

Definitely try and make some other contact first. Maybe suggest an outdoor date. Wink

Have to say, never in my wildest dreams would I have turned up at a guy’s home, no matter how obsessed... Dodgy
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(29-03-2021, 11:50 PM)jumbler Wrote: Definitely try and make some other contact first. Maybe suggest an outdoor date. Wink

Have to say, never in my wildest dreams would I have turned up at a guy’s home, no matter how obsessed...  Dodgy

but how do i make contact? would an out of blue email be appropriate? how about a text on whatsapp? as it is he hasnt logged into grindr for like 9 days & since i have contacted him on there i dont want to push it too much..

& u r correct it wud help if it was reciprocated (sp?) but I cant find out unless i talk to him.. :/

would this be creepy if i was to WFH around his area hoping we wud c each other & maybe start talking?
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#10
are you the Yorkshire Ripper ?
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(30-03-2021, 12:24 PM)ladsnet Wrote: are you the Yorkshire Ripper ?

if i was, you wouldnt be alive Giddy  Tongue
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#12
You have sent him a message on Grindr so I would leave it there and hope he responds. Either he isn't looking on Grindr so hasn't seen your message, in which case he may not be looking for anything just now, or he's avoiding responding for other reasons. If you hadn't already been so forward I might say manufacturing an instance where you could run into him may have worked, but at this point I think you should stand back and wait. I certainly wouldn't turn up at his house uninvited, that is a bit creepy in answer to your original post. Fingers crossed he gets back to you Wink
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#13
Send him a picture of your cock.  See if that works. Big Grin
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#14
No, send him a picture of Crown Prince Hamdan of Dubai’s cock
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(30-03-2021, 05:44 PM)jdcyl Wrote: No, send him a picture of Crown Prince Hamdan of Dubai’s cock

Send that one to ME. Big Grin
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#16
I love the absurdity of this story the OP jumping from a timid stereotypical shy nobody  to a sex crazed Jehovah's witness in the space of a few words, love it.
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#17
If you're going to actually do this and go to someone's house, you're lucky you're not in certain places in the US where you're more than likely to get shot for trespassing and buried on their land without anyone ever knowing.
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(28-03-2021, 07:33 PM)loverboy260 Wrote: so in one of my previous companies, i was at a co-working space and of course there happens to be a guy i start liking but i never really got a chance to talk to him etc but wasnt sure if he was gay either.

now my company moved office and then of course i was looking thru his LinkedIn and saw he was following a lgbtq group so that made me wonder.. anyway 2 years down the line i got a running app & i looked him up just out of curiosity and u can see peoples activities and i realised where about he lived, so i did what anyone would do went on grindr  and set my location to there and lo and behold he came up.. i left him a message saying hi and he never responded but then also a bigger message detailing who i am etc but he hasnt been online so i am not sure whether he read it or not..

so my q is if i went to his house & knocked (bearing in mind he would recognise who i am! which is fine but my point is i am not really a stranger) would this be creepy? in my mind i just wanna go and hug him and then tell him how i feel and if he doesnt feel the same move on..

go for it
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(06-04-2021, 03:33 PM)Jwb52z Wrote: If you're going to actually do this and go to someone's house, you're lucky you're not in certain places in the US where you're more than likely to get shot for trespassing and buried on their land without anyone ever knowing.

if i am in USA - i can pretty much get shot at school, library, shops etc etc.. so going to someones house who i am 'acquainted' with (even if not personally) - if that results in a SHOT so be it.. he'll be in jail..

(06-04-2021, 11:02 PM)DarranS52 Wrote: go for it

I sent him an email he hasnt replied so case closed..
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#20
You give up too easily

Start sending him gifts.
Locks of your hair.. toenail clippings...
The personal touch
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