I think I got hit on last weekend at a straight club? Didn't know what to do haha :/

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    Mar 19, 2012 1:15 PM GMT
    All the "town gays" were sitting at a table outside the club, my friend knows them all so we sat down. I'm known locally as gay, through grindr and I work at a fast food place in town so I see everyone come by. Anyways, we were sitting down, and this guy was trying to get my attention, he's like hey. Which I ignored. He said it again and I was like hey, he was like I see you at work all the time. Which I replied to "Yup" Then he was like, uh so.. I didn't catch your name. I simply said "Chris" I don't know officially if he was gay, as I've never seen him round (He clearly has me) Which he stated I serve his friend all the time and I havn't seen him on grindr. But I'm definetly thinking he was gay as he went out of his way to conversate with me, and every guy at the table I know for sure was gay. Anywayssss, I felt bad afterwards, because I knew what was happening and was kinda shy. He was cute but I'm in a relationship so I didn't wanna talk to him or anything and give him the wrong idea. But yeah, I felt so bad. I didn't really look at him either. So yeah, this ever happened to you?
  • XiongWei

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    Mar 19, 2012 4:22 PM GMT
    Mate - don't be blunt or ignore the poor guy. Chances are he's just trying to make conversation. If you feel he's hitting on you, then all you have to do is drop your bf into the conversation. Easy - and then you get to make a new friend in all likeliness. - side note : I didn't know people in relationships used Grindr. Saying that, i've never used it at all so my ignorance is obviously showing !
  • Laurence

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    Mar 19, 2012 4:27 PM GMT
    Don't worry Chris. We have all at some point been off-hand with people and felt sorry about it afterwards.

    If you see him out again, or in your place of work. Say hi to him and apologise about being a bit rude, explain you've got a partner and maybe you could be friends.

    You can never have too many friends and it's good to get into the habit of being a nice guy.

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    Mar 19, 2012 4:37 PM GMT
    I love it when curious/bi/pan sexual guys hit on me shamelessly in public places. It says two things about them that I love most in a guy! One: they're secure enough in their own sexuality to do it as if it were Normal to everyone in their world, even though there are those who still decent. Two: they are able to see it's either not a problem, or straight people wouldn't know the difference between being hit on and brotherly love.
    Wish more gay guys had the guts to let me hit on them, or hit on me with kind confidence, without being a crude pig or scared pansy.
  • mybud

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    Mar 19, 2012 4:49 PM GMT
    This line may work for ya...say..Wanna see the lump on my scrotum?