(Closed) Have you ever encountered this woman

posted 6 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
2143 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

Nope, never happend to me. Or at least I’ve never noticed. That would be annoying, though. 

Post # 4
263 posts
Helper bee

@punkin83: This happened to us in a restaurant once. The waitress came over several times to refill my SO’s drink, but completely ignored mine! She chatted him up and didn’t look my way at all. Now keep in mind, we didn’t know this girl! She just liked him and ignored me from the start!

Post # 5
474 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Yup.  A few of FI’s friends, well, former friends, are like that.  Do not even acknowledge me.  I let him know how I felt, and he barely speaks to them anymore.  If we do happen to be in their presence, in a group setting, he makes it very obvious that we are together.  I also like to engage them in conversation.  Fiance knows what I am doing and we both laugh about it, because they have to be nice to me, for that second anyway LOL 

Post # 6
6256 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: March 2014

Some women are just more comfortable with men than women. I am one of them. I find it easier to talk to men because I’ve had a lot of experiences with women being back-stabby, catty and judgmental (I do have female friends, it just takes me longer to open up to women.) And I do make it a point to look into people’s eyes when I talk to them. I’m shy, so my first inclination is always to look down or away.

So as long as the person isn’t overtly flirting, I wouldn’t take it personally.Especially if your husband isn’t concerned by it. I’m not saying she’s definitely not flirting with him (and if she’s giving him the bedroom eyes or continually using the flirty voice, then yes, don’t trust her), but just give her the benefit of the doubt for now until you have a real reason not to. Reach out to her–you might be surprised.

Post # 7
1583 posts
Bumble bee

@punkin83:  lol yea. The girl who wanted to date him before we met does this. Super annoying but i’m like whatever. look all you want thats mine!

Post # 8
11233 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

Yep, this happens a lot, especially at restaurants. He’s hot, what can I say? To be fair, it happens to be with male servers, too.

Post # 9
1606 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Women are naturally intimidating to other women. Its just in our nature to avoid eachother in this way. Its a definate dominance thing. I feel weird making the comparison but its a dog behavior as well (I won’t break down the pack actions:).

Consider it a compliment – you have a nice looking guy!

Post # 10
9115 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

Can’t say I have. Although I will agree with other posters — Some people just communicate/function better with someone of a particular sex. I tend to “get along better” with men. I do not go out of my way to ignore a woman, but I don’t go out of my way to “connect” with her, either. I find men more relatable and easier to talk to, so I’m more likely to respond/interact with a man first.

Post # 11
4272 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

Once, a long time ago. It involved a guy I was dating at the time and his ex-girlfriend. Lets just say, that encounter was very awkward. I could tell there were still feelings there. Our relationship did not last, not because of her…other reasons.

Since then, no.


Post # 12
1527 posts
Bumble bee

My ex’s SIL’s friend came over to my ex’s and my’s house a few years ago and stared at him the ENTIRE time. Like just stared. It was bizarre and weird. He isn’t particularly attractive, but women are attracted to him hardcore. It was annoying lol.

Post # 15
12247 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2013

Hahaha, when Fiance and I first started dating, one of his casual female friends (who was OBSESSED with him) smacked me upside the head with a whitewater rafting paddle!

She was definitely not his type, but WAY TO BE CRAZY, LADY!

Post # 16
94 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

I don’t tend to mind this too much, but I’ll laugh at SO because he doesn’t realise it. He does it to me too. However, with ex-BF, very early in our relationship, there was an incident I wouldn’t have believed if it hadn’t happened to me.

So there was this girl – who, by the way, had contributed to the breakup of ex-BF’s previous engagement – who we met, in a group, at a bar right after we started seeing each other. I was introduced to everyone and this girl was really frosty, but the evening went on fine, and I really liked all of them. As we were leaving, I said goodbye to them all, and this one looked me up and down and kind of – I don’t know how to descirbe it… flounced? I guess? Like a five-year-old! ANYWAY, I smiled and left and thought well that was weird. Later that evening, ex-BF’s phone buzzed (I was significantly younger than he was) with a message from this girl saying “So I guess now you’re shagging your secretary.. that’s really classy”. I. Was. Gobsmacked. SO rude. Poor girl, she was all kinds of heartbroken over him, and he really was a waste of a good obsession.

ETA: BrandNewBride, I just snort-laughed at work reading yours, that’s like something out of a Sandra Bullock movie!

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