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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    i asked in @EJCC's blog but i'll ask here. what motivated "what creepy is too creepy?"

    is it ok to follow someone to a place to thank them for not being a complete asshole while driving, especially since they drove a white bmw?

    keeping in mind here people who drive white cars tend to be total assholes and same with bmws so find someone who is a good driver and not a complete asshole is like finding a unicorn. and it would've been really sincere not sarcastic at all.
    Speaking only for myself, I think it might initially confuse me a little- at least, I might look a bit confused or stunned (and really, there's little in the external world that doesn't elicit a confused or stunned look from me)- but then later on (maybe a few hours, maybe the next day) I think I'd retrospectively find it heartening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    see the sjs said it would've been
    I think if they followed me home, I'd be perturbed, but if they stopped me in a bank or the grocery or at work, it probably wouldn't creep me out and I'd likely say thanks, but if the same person did it more than once I might not like that.
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    oh yeah. I think that is all creepy. following anyone anywhere unless it's your bae is inappropriate. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ene View Post
    I think if they followed me home, I'd be perturbed, but if they stopped me in a bank or the grocery or at work, it probably wouldn't creep me out and I'd likely say thanks, but if the same person did it more than once I might not like that.
    i would've complimented them on their driving i am not the compliment fairy so i don't think i'd do it twice
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    i would've complimented them on their driving i am not the compliment fairy so i don't think i'd do it twice
    That makes perfectly good sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ene View Post
    That makes perfectly good sense.
    unless they did something at some other point in the future and i ran across them again and that thing they did (whatever it is) deserved a compliment. but that be more coincidental then on purpose
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    ^yeah, that wouldn't bother me.

    @uumlau thanks for the pod cast link. I listened to the whole thing. It actually cleared a couple of things up for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    dear INFJs,
    How creepy is too creepy?
    If 1) I can't have a rational conversation with you, 2) you don't give me enough space, 3) are unpredictable emotionally, or 4) are a certain level of dysfunctional, you will make me uncomfortable. Other than that I'm pretty tolerant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    i asked in @EJCC's blog but i'll ask here. what motivated "what creepy is too creepy?"

    is it ok to follow someone to a place to thank them for not being a complete asshole while driving, especially since they drove a white bmw?

    keeping in mind here people who drive white cars tend to be total assholes and same with bmws so find someone who is a good driver and not a complete asshole is like finding a unicorn. and it would've been really sincere not sarcastic at all.
    I think I would find that creepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    I think I would find that creepy.
    why? I would mean no harm
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