How do you react when someone "gives you the eye" in a public place?
If I know that I didn't do anything bad, I would smile or just let it pass by. Maybe he is just thinking of something in his mind and he is not aware of what he's doing. ^___^
Or maybe if you know something that could enlighten him (topics about life and God), it is much better to approach the person and ask for a simple chat. Who knows, the person is having a bad day. ^___^
I handle it the mature way - I stick my tongue out at them.
by FreezeFrame34 5 years ago
How have you corrected another person's child in a public place?I tend to interject in situations in public places when other parents are not watching their kids. I look like the bad guy, but I want my child to learn how she should behave by using teachable moments. Any thoughts?
by Barefootfae 5 years ago
Let say the grocery store or convenient store. That is as opposed to a park or a swimming pool or beach. In other words someone is fully barefoot in what in conventionally an unconventional setting.
by Guardian1 9 years ago
Mine was a group effort in a bowling alley, but you'll have to wait for the hub. Should post today or tommorrow. No nudity. but some people were flashing their bras because they looked electric blue under the funky purple lighting. The list of bad behavior just went on and on. Yep, bachelor party.
by Cynthia Lyerly 5 years ago
What do you do if someone takes your photo with their phone in a public place without permission?I was on a public bus yesterday. The man across from me held his phone out in front of him and appeared to be taking a photo of me! I was completely creeped out! I did nothing and just ignored him. What...
by Sp Greaney 7 years ago
What's the most embarrasing thing has ever happened to you in a public place?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Are you scared of contracting HIV virus when you are in a public place?Though you know it cannot be contracted just by contact.
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