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Are you a people watcher or are you good in remembering people?

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      Linda L wrote Feb 1, 2015
    • The other day when I was waiting for my drink, a man stood next to me and inquired about my nationality and said “You‘re here (name of cafe) A LOT. I see you A LOT.”  I don’t look around so I’ve never seen him.

      Now I feel uncomfortable. In my thinking, is he going to approach me the next time I’m there and pull a sales scam on me? I don’t trust men. Also, I may look around for him which I don’t want to do.




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      Tuliplady wrote Feb 2, 2015
    • Hey, look at it in a positive light.  This guy noticed you. You. And thought you were interesting enough to strike up a conversation with.  Maybe he thinks you‘re cute.  Maybe he was just commenting that he sees you a lot.

      I notice when I see the same people all the time.  I used to go to the same convenience store for coffee every morning.  And there were people I’d see a LOT.  And people I saw very rarely.  When you see someone in a certain place all the time, there is a certain commeraderie that develops, I think.  

      Men are no more untrustworthy than any other creature.  I trust men a lot more than I do women.  In my experience, men are pretty simple, basic creatures.  I always know where I stand with them.




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      Tuliplady wrote Feb 2, 2015
    • Oh, and to answer your question, yes, I’m a people watcher.  I always remember faces.




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      Linda L wrote Feb 2, 2015
    • Tulip, thank you! I was flattered that he noticed me. But my negative side said, it’s not possible for any man to be interested in me.  

      I’ve stopped going to that cafe because I feel so uncomfortable. If I do see him again and he ignores me that will just hurt so I’m better off staying away. Maybe I don’t make sense, but that’s how I feel.




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      Diane17 wrote Feb 3, 2015
    • Timely question.  I saw a woman from the fitness studio I usually go to at the other fitness studio I sometimes go to.  I talked to her briefly after the class, commenting that I hadn’t seen her at the Balans Studio (the one I usually go to).  It was a nice chat.

      So yes, I do remember people’s faces! :)




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      Tuliplady wrote Feb 3, 2015
    • Oh Linda, please don’t let it stop you from going to someplace you enjoy.  If you see him, a casual wave would be appropriate.  If he’s interested in you as a woman, he will keep talking to you.  If he was just making conversation, he will at least say “hi“.




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      Linda L wrote Feb 3, 2015
    • Thank you Tulip! It’s silly that I have this fear about something most people think nothing about. When I’m ready to go back w/o these goofy feelings I’ll do it.  

      Thank you ladies for all your responses.




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      Carine Nadel wrote Feb 8, 2015
    • if you like this place, I’d examine if you‘re uncomfortable b/c he noticed you in a friendly way or a creepy way.  Since you enjoy this cafĂ©, maybe for a while you could ask a friend to join you?

      I love to people watch and while I’m not good at remembering names, I do remember faces




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      Linda L wrote Feb 10, 2015
    • Carine, thank you for your comment. He was friendly, but I didn’t like the way he emphasized A LOT. It annoys me that at home I’m recalling that day over and over and I can’t stop thinking about it in bed. I’m old, but feel like a teenager.

      I hope to ask a friend to join me someday. I’m probably making a big deal out of nothing...




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