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By Fonz - / Tuesday 26 January 2010 14:39 / United States
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By  fwongraven  |  10

Now imagine you're a woman and you're walking alone or with a friend, and some bloke drives by you in his car and starts yelling at you. At best it's disgusting and at worst it's downright scary. Whether it's justified or not there's a lot of fear amongst women about being attacked or raped, have some sense and think about what you're doing.

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  ManUpFucker  |  0

Slurry? You mean slutty? Cause wow, those slurry eleven year olds man, they make it hard to resist. Either way Op, you make the rest of us look like asses. Don't date anyone who can get into a movie at the children's price and thinks romance involves buying her barbie dolls and glittery nail polish.

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  sourgirl101  |  21

You're stupid if you think girls, even college girls like that! I'm shocked men like you aren't filled in. Maybe after reading these reactions you'll grow a brain. I'm surprised you're in college!

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  ManUpFucker  |  0

I agree with the ladies on here. I was taught to respect women. No one meets high quality chicks by drive by. The only thing you get doing that is either shot or some slutty chick with a vagina the size of the grand canyon. Also, you didn't see what they looked like from in front? You knew nothing about them but the back end. I think you are an idiot and will now be the neighborhood pedophile.

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  BritishHobo  |  0

Even if the honking thing wasn't totally stupid, what's gonna happen? The girl's gonna go 'huh, I bet the guy in that car was definitely not some middle aged guy, but a hot college guy, AND I'm flattered he took the time to honk his horn at me. That wasn't rude at all. Better note down his license um... aw, shit, he's gone. This happens everytime.' Wait... that was supposed to be an example of it going well. Huh. Guess it's just that impossible.

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  infiniti_G  |  0

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  mps1969  |  7

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  Sappheyes  |  0

If she runs often, and works out with weights, probably not. With exercise, legs (and often buttocks) can be maintained with age better than almost any other area of the body. I've met women who could be grandmothers, whose legs smash most women my in my age range (20something). Other parts may give her age away, but from behind, with a long ponytail... The 11 year old, however, I make no excuses for.

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  girlygirl666  |  0

With all due respect... My ass is easily mistaken for a 20 year old's. If she's out there jogging, why not? Just because you're old doesn't mean you have to have an old body. The 11 year old... Idk about that. That's pretty young to mistake for a college girl, even from the back, unless she's big for her age.

By  fwongraven  |  10

Now imagine you're a woman and you're walking alone or with a friend, and some bloke drives by you in his car and starts yelling at you. At best it's disgusting and at worst it's downright scary. Whether it's justified or not there's a lot of fear amongst women about being attacked or raped, have some sense and think about what you're doing.

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  Twinklestar  |  0

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  dudeitsdanny  |  9

Really? Some guys did that to my mom when she was out running maybe a month or two ago. Then they followed her so she went into an elementary school, to the office, and called me to pick her up. Maybe this guy wasnt like that, but they have every reason to be scared of these creeps. The ones without balls are usually the weirdos.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

She said justified or not - and it is often justified. I've been harassed more than once while out and it hasn't made me "paranoid" but what idiot wouldn't be cautious? You obviously don't personally know how quickly a situation can turn dangerous and just because a guy is in a car, it doesn't mean he doesn't have balls or that you're safe.

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  Twinklestar  |  0

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  bioclock  |  0

For me, it's not so much paranoia about being attacked, but the fact that I feel violated after someone yells sexually explicit messages at me out a car window and I have absolutely no means of retaliating or defending myself. I don't enjoy having a complete stranger tell me that I have a nice set of "tittays", or that he wants me to give him oral sex, or making rude gestures implying the same. It's sexual harassment, and what's really upsetting about it is that there is no way to stop a man from yelling obscene things at me, and it's impossible for me to let him know that I find his actions inappropriate (other than flipping him off, but usually that just makes them laugh). Maybe some guys think this is fun, but I can guarantee that no self-respecting girl or woman thinks so. And for the record, I have had a pretty scary experience with guys yelling things at me out of a car. I was dressed modestly, so I wasn't "asking for it". I was 13 years old, walking to my cousin's house, and a car of four high school boys pulled up as close the the curb as possible without going off the road, and drove along right next to me. They told me to get in the car and we could have a party. I told them no, I don't know them and don't want to get in the car, and they kept telling me I needed to get in the car. The stuff they said got worse and worse, and I ended up having to run through some people's yards to get rid of them. For the rest of the week, I was too terrified to leave the house. Now, I realize that this is only one case where this has happened, and when most guys yell out the window, they think it's harmless fun, but fun at the expense of a person feeling violated or frightened is disgusting. Just my opinion, but I guarantee most girls will agree.

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  Twinklestar  |  0

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  BritishHobo  |  0

Wow, Twinklestar, way to stick to your stupid, America-generalizing opinion in the face of people having a sane discussion and bringing up very good points. Yeah, you're right, it's definitely NOT any of the stuff bioclock said. It's GOT to be all of America being paranoid, right?

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  Twinklestar  |  0

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And, by the way, maybe Americans carry more guns because there are heavy crim areas and we have a right to be scared? I used to live in the suburbs and the two houses on either side of me were broken into in a six month period. Stuff happens; why not be prepared?

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  KazersGamers  |  16

Can I please point out that yelling out your car is protected by the first amendment. I'm sure that there is some law in place that says you should pay attention to the road, something that goes along the lines of "Keeping control of the vehicle."

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  KazersGamers  |  16

Seriously. Twinklestar is right. Americans are hyper-paranoid about most everything. I agree that it's stupid to yell at young/old women out of a car solely for safety reasons, but as a male, I've had it happen to me a few times, and much creepier things. I don't give a fuck. If it's a problem just stop going outside. Done. Lose your life over people having fun.

By  HJB  |  0

At College you also get really drunk, piss anything you want, get naked, and slap every girls ass you see.... Still makes it a bad idea to do the same thing at a family reunion/grandma's funeral... DUMB-ASS

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  KazersGamers  |  16

Contrary to rare belief, nobody actually cares. As long as you have your work done, and realize the consequences of your actions, then you'll get through it fine. Don't be an ass. *The more you know*

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