Post # 1
So i was at the gym today, running… when i stopped to walk the last few min and cool down and this guy comes up behind me taps me on the sholder and scares the tar outta me! hands me a piece of paper and says to read it later. Um…. okay… so i leave the gym get into my car and this is what it says….
4 your eyes only
you are a perfect 10!
Have a wonderful day…
Dont know weather to be flattered or creeped out??
FI is not a fan… but i dont know what to do about it. he said he knew i was married (well almost) haha i think this is the craziest thing thats happened to me at the gym… sweaty and gross and everything else!
Post # 3
Do nothing. You have a FI and this guy seems a bit childish.
Post # 4
@MrsN23: Ahahah! That’s sooo creepy! But it makes you feel good no less. Just next time you see him smile and wave that beautiful rock in his face. Let him know you’re flattered for his compliment but you’re happily taken.
You’re FI is freaking out about nothing, you’re not going to do anything!
Post # 5
That’s a great compliment! But I don’t understand why he couldn’t just say it in person. Tap you on the shoulder and say, “Hey, sorry to bother you, but I just had to let you know that you’re very beautiful! A perfect 10!” It would have pretty much the same impact, right? So, why the note? Not sure what he was expecting to accomplish with that. It’s flattering either way, though.
Reminds me of when I was 16, and I was in a karate club with my younger brother. After class one time, my brother lingered for a little bit to ask one of the teachers a question, and I went outside to wait for him. When my brother rejoined me outside, he handed me a piece of paper, and said, “Here, this is for you.” I asked, “What is this?” and he said he didn’t know; one of the guys my age had handed it to him, with strict instructions that it was only to be opened by me.
So when I opened it, it was sort of similar to the note you received: this guy said he had been trying to get close to me for a couple months now, he thought I was really pretty, he included his phone number and AIM screenname (remember those? hah) if I wanted to chat, etc. I thought it was a sweet gesture that deserved acknowledging, so I did IM him when I got home that evening. We actually ended up dating on and off for several years, and still remain friends, so the tactic worked!
But I’m not sure that I’d think it was so cute if someone were to do the same, now that I’m 24. It seems a little bit like an awkward kid thing to do, when we’re supposed to be past that stage. Oh well, I guess your fiance is a lucky guy! Let him know he’s got competition
Post # 6
LOL! Is this middle school???
I guess it’s kinda cute and for sure a compliment, but I wouldn’t think about it much more than that.
The other day a guy asked me to show him how to do a kettle bell pull and then another guy asked me to put a 45 lb plate on his back while he was in a plank…that’s as much as I get at the gym 🙂
Post # 7
LOL I agree with PP, is this middleschool? It is definitely a compliment though! FI just needs to get over it, it’s not that big of a deal.
I have a guy at the gym who won’t leave me alone. I wasn’t wearing my ring because I didn’t want to scratch it but I had to start wearing it. He definitely knows I’m married (I told him) but he still won’t leave me alone. When I told him I was married he said “that’s too bad.” WTF?!?!?!??!
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2012 - Sunset Harbour
Reminds me of Operation Beautiful!
I would take it as a compliment!
Post # 9
Haha yeah i should clarify Fi wasn’t upset or anything but this guy has said a couple things to me before, and then the note, Fi just said he was getting pretty comfortable… haha i dunno just makes the gym a little awkward but i’ll take it as a complement and thats that! thanks for ya’lls opinions. 🙂
Post # 10
@b00kbug: I agree. I assumed from the way it was presented that he was just trying to compliment you without you having to feel obligated to deny it or thank him which is why he put it in a note for later. Maybe he is on a mission to help women with their body image. But I suppose it all depends on actually being there and seeing the interaction.