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Ugh….women

To all women. Getting a compliment is not harassment. It’s not patriarchal….its not demeaning. It’s a freaking compliment.

To little lifeguard in the booty shorts, get over it. Oooh. Men find me attractive. Boo boo.

Attraction is what brings men and women together which leads to sex which leads to procreation. It’s natural. If it’s unwelcome, state that and move on.

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  1. Rude. Attraction is natural. Making gross, scary, demeaning and derogatory comments is learned behaviour and gross.

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  2. Complimenting a woman graciously is fine. Catcalling a woman is harassment. Learn the difference, OP.

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    • I agree! All people like to be noticed at the appropriate time and place. “hey! You look really nice today!” or “I love your hair.” or “Wow! I was having a bad day and your laugh really brightened it.”

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  3. Tim Jacklin Tim Jacklin says:

    Lol. Well poster be prepared to be facebook stomped.

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  4. A compliment is “I like your hair” Harassment is “Hey baby, how about you and me… “

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  5. Sounds like the OP is the dude who got shot down by the lifeguard LOL

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  6. It’s 2017 don’t even make eye contact with a woman unless you wanna offend them

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  7. Kate Ward Kate Ward says:

    Hmmm, maybe think about it this way. Would you compliment your mother the same way? If the answer is no…maybe it’s harassment.

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  8. Laura Hunt Laura Hunt says:

    Sorry…but…making lewd comments and catcalling is the issue here.

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  9. Kelley Ware Kelley Ware says:

    The way you are mocking the lifeguard’s reaction to your “compliment” leads me to believe it was far more lewd and thus harrassment.

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  10. Tanita Faye Tanita Faye says:

    There’s a difference between a classy compliment like hey you look nice.. and vulgar sexual harassment. If your onenof the guys who can’t tell the difference you should just stop talking to women outside family all together. This life guard had repeated guys make SEXUAL comments, at her PLACE OF WORK. Idiot

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  11. My ex who’s a rapist and a pedophile said it was the same thing or “just a joke.” Excusing your own bad behaviour doesn’t count.

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  12. Chris Dumais Chris Dumais says:

    Obviously this creeper has made some inappropriate “compliments” in the past.

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  13. Vanna Brule Vanna Brule says:

    You make the assumption that stating it’s unwelcome is where it ends. Many men do not handle rejection well. Sometimes they get mean, aggressive, even violent. Or sometimes they just persist. Sometimes they get handsy. It can actually be terrifying to tell a man his advanced are unwelcome. It’s not always safe.

    And like others have mentioned, there’s a different between a nice compliment like “Hey, you look really nice today” and telling a woman you think her tits look great or that her ass is out of this world.

    One of them is flattering and the other is demeaning.

    You don’t exactly sound like the type of guy that would handle a rejection graciously.

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  14. Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

    If you wouldnt say it or do it to Dwayne the Rock Johnson then don’t do it to to female employees, employers, platonic friends, doctors, lifeguards or even pornstars. Because women are people, despite their outfits or professions.

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  15. It is not a compliment if it makes the person uncomfortable. Being sexually suggestive with someone that doesnt find you attractive is not a compliment. It is harrassment.

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  16. I didn’t realize “she looks like she’s taking her bra off” was a compliment.

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  17. Brent says:

    Women wear the tightest most revealing clothing and expect men not to look? Then why do you wear such tight, revealing clothes? Or see through yoga pants to the gym? Are you trying to impress the other women or why do you do it if you aren’t trying to attract attention to yourself? Really, I want to know. And don’t tell me it’s comfortable because it doesn’t look too comfortable when you are outside in a skirt so short it doesn’t cover anything and a shirt so low and tight your nipples show.

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  18. I wish they had a flip off reaction button

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  19. There’s a BIG difference between a compliment, and harassment.

    If you wouldn’t say it to your mother or grandmother, it probably needs a second thought.

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  20. That little lifeguard in the booty shorts? IS WORKING. You making comments on her body while she is working is awful. Let women do their damn jobs without being expected to graciously accept “compliments” from your entitled ass. Seriously.

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  21. If the person you are intending to compliment gets offended, and you feel the need to tell them “learn to take a compliment!” then it is NOT one.

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  22. Amanda Colp Amanda Colp says:

    Comments r nice. But if the inappropriate then its rude. We arnt pieces of sex meat.were not just a piece of ass or pair of cans. Tell they r beautiful.

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  23. Pretty easy to know who this dude is after reading the original post replies lol

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  24. Tim Jacklin Tim Jacklin says:

    I have a question kinda related to this topic – if a lady at a bar is dressed very provocatively with at least half her breasts showing is it rude or complimentary to say something like , “wow! Great tits! ” ?

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    • Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

      Yes. they’re just bags of fat. The only way you should be that excited to see tits in public is of you’re at a strip club. Would you go up to a shirtless man and tell him “great abs”? Or go up to a guy in a Speedo and say “I can tell your dick is huge cuz you dress like a slut?”

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    • Tim Jacklin Tim Jacklin says:

      Would i? No. But im not gay. Would some women say to some guy with his shirt off in a bar? Yup probably. In a speedo in a bar? Lol. Some women might i dont know. Most i think might snicker and stare some. Some i suppose may droll. Lol. I dunno.

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    • Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

      So the only compliments you know how to give are sexual ones?

      Well, the “compliment” the OP is referring to was from a middle aged man to a teenage girl who was lifeguarding and he told her “it looked like she was taking off her bra” while she was doing those swim lane things at a family swim pool.

      And I think the general consensus is that bars are a vastly different social setting than a family swim time.

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    • Tim Jacklin Tim Jacklin says:

      Yup. As i said “kinda related” but not identical. I sure dont know how you came to the conclusion that the only kind of compliments i know how to give are sexual ones. Odd. I dont even think the compliment (to use the word losely)to the lifeguard was apporpiate. Lol

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    • Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

      Well, compliments are meant to make the complimented party feel better about themselves. I don’t know many women who’d feel complimented by “nice tits”.

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    • Tim Jacklin Tim Jacklin says:

      Seems odd to me if a woman clearly wants to show how lovely her breasts are by mostly displaying them in public so as to draw attention to her bags of fat (as you referred to them) would not feel good by such a statement. If a woman wore dark sunglasses she probably wouldnt have anyone say nice eyes.

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    • Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

      Because women can’t dress for themselves? Seems weirder you’d be so entitled to a complete stranger’s body.

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    • Tim Jacklin Tim Jacklin says:

      This convo is just becoming an exercise in silliness. You think the woman in my hypothetical scenario dresses like mentioned alone at home? Lol. Na. She does it to draw attention to her overt sexuality.

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    • Tim Jacklin Tim Jacklin says:

      Carly Brunet sure yup. lol have a great day sexy. lol

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    • Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

      Cheers, pervert!

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  25. Janet Butler Janet Butler says:

    Guess what Dummy. Women don’t want your stupid “compliments” and I’m guessing very few if any want to procreate with you. Keep your opinions to yourself.

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  26. Dear Lifeguard that wrote that post, “To little lifeguard in the booty shorts, get over it. Oooh. Men find me attractive. Boo boo.” This, is NOT how your post came across to me & (dare I say) most everyone else. You made a completely valid point that in fact, I had never realized before would be a terrible thing to have deal with for any lifeguard. Ignore this asshat.

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    • Agreed. Tell that to a female Police Officer…and see what happens. No woman on the job in a uniform should be met with cat-calls and suggestion, ever. Heck, even Hooters has a policy.

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  27. IF YOUR ASS & TITS ARE HANGING OUT, EXPECT PEOPLE TO COMMENT ON IT!

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  28. Ha! Good call ! Take some heart off me for saying the same thing

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    • Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

      Not a single woman here feels like “you look like you’re taking off your bra” from a middle aged man to a teenage lifeguard is an appropriate compliment. It’s gross that you do.

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  29. Is it so flipping hard to understand, gents? If it makes HER uncomfortable, then it probably isn’t a compliment.

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  30. Cee Dee Hawn Cee Dee Hawn says:

    Oh shut up. Just shut up.

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  31. Here’s an idea. Keep you comments to yourself and no one will be upset.
    No one offended.
    Carry on with your day.

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  32. Another person who thinks women should enjoy being harassed. Yawn

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  33. Nicole Keats Nicole Keats says:

    I’m female. I️ agree with this post 110%

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    • Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

      I’m a female and I feel it’s gross a middle aged man would tell a teenage girl lifeguarding that it “looks like she’s taking off her bra” and that isn’t a compliment.

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  34. What’s the point of this rant? Someone get a little bent over their “compliments” being deflected or not appreciated?

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  35. Jo Sandra Jo Sandra says:

    “If it’s unwelcome, state that and move on.”

    But your whole rant is complaining about women who DO state it?

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  36. Amanda Lee Amanda Lee says:

    Strangers do not want your opinion of their appearance, nor do they care what men think of it. Stop being a creep and learn how to interact respectfully with other humans. If you would not give the same “compliments” to a man or a child, a woman does not wish to hear it either

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  37. If you are so confident about this opinion, why post anonymous? Basically if you are reducing a woman to a sexual object instead of a human… not a compliment.

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  38. Too many insecure women and men wont take a compliment know matter how it is said.So because them we should just keep our mouths shut while out in public,and never say any thing at all.!!!

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    • So do you think it is ok to come up to a teenager in shorts and a tank at the pool and make suggestive comments towards her and expect her to be ok with it? Because that is what the OP is saying.

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    • N9 its not and i dont remember reading thats what happened.There is a lot of holes in his story!

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    • Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

      Yes! Please! Keep your “compliments” to yourself if you can’t keep from sexualising them. It’s scary, it’s gross and it never works because women think you’re a creep.

      Think of it this way:
      There s a reason women aren’t known for catcalling men. The vast majority of us don’t enjoy catcalling or being made to feel uncomfortable, especially in our workplaces where we’re just trying to do our jobs and financially support ourselves, same as you.

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  39. Here’s an ideal nobody gives a fuck about what you think of them so your “compliments” should just stay in your mouth.

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  40. Michael Orr Michael Orr says:

    Don’t bother people at work is a start here. Lifeguards don’t have the option to wear sweats or pantsuits. So let them do your job and stop considering unwanted attention as a compliment.

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  41. But….OP…You tell a Police Officer she is hot or looks great in her uniform, what would you be met with? That is her job. Her outfit is not to turn you on is the point….Which you did not get.

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  42. Lexci Krahn Lexci Krahn says:

    Yelling out or announcing your approval for someone’s physical body is always harassment.

    I don’t give a fuck if anyone likes how I look or if I have pleased you with my physical being.

    Nobody asked you to proclaim your approval.

    Perhaps the lifeguard in booty shorts is gay and doesn’t give a shit what you think.
    Perhaps she’s married. Or has a partner.
    Perhaps she’s not interested.

    Perhaps you’re not her type because you’re an ugly schlub who feels entitled to have validation when he decides he approves of something.

    You’re clearly not what women want to procreate with.

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  43. Rhon Magyar Rhon Magyar says:

    Well now it completely depends on how that compliment is delivered, doesn’t it? Grabbing someone on the ass is not quite the same as saying “you look great” lol

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  44. High key OP just revealed he’s another dude that’s unable to deal with rejection because his ego is so fragile.

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