I should start with a Trigger Warning. Which is to say that there may be certain material here that may cause unwelcomed reactions. None of this is funny, except maybe in the saddest... just saddest... of ways. It's foul. With that said... creepy private messages? Of all the 'cringe worthy' things, this is the worst. It's honestly, if anything, scary what goes on in some people's heads. Anyway, these are all taken from reddit's /r/creepypms, the toppest scoring ones mostly. Anyone else have experiences they may care to share? I mostly get death threats for having opinions. But that's gone down since I got banned from reddit's /r/islam. Like I said though, none of these are actually funny... --- It's funny because hypocrisy. Civilized humans call this rape. This is why I wear baggy clothes. But in reality, that doesn't even matter. That's just dehumanizing. I suppose he does get bonus points for being polite, right? I don't think it was that creepy, but I'm weird. He could at least cook the meat first. Mein gott... "gw" is gone wild, a subreddit of user submitted naked pictures... so a woman posted a picture of herself, and this gentleman expected her to post nude pics. Not doing that made her a whore. This is why I don't post pics at all. Ever. EVER! He sounds like a winner not. Bigger than most guys. That isn't romantic. That is a crime. Seems legit! Even transwomen are not immune to a man's fetishism. Poetry right there. This is how Nu'maaN's thread about me made me feel. Because that's what every girl who enjoys video games wants to be told. But yes, even human females can be creepy. This one is the worst. Because I like ponies but... ok, I'm an aspie too but... well... it's just wrong. So, terribly wrong. "she's actually sitting on the couch next to me reading while I type this." *shudder* --- When I first logged on the internet with old fashion AOL and the bipping and whirring of logging on with dial up, nobody taught me nothing about internet safety. But strangely enough, I was already instinctually keen and hip to it. I always had a gender neutral name and I never gave out any personal information. AliceHouse is the second time though I've taken a name eluding to a specific gender. The first time was on battle.net way back in the late '90's. Funny thing is, I got creeped out a few times, but I actually made a few friends too. It wasn't until over a year ago on reddit I decided to make a 'female' account. On reddit though, I get more kind words of support than creepers. Just recently I made a comment about, 'I have an amazing sense of touch, but nobody to hug.' Someone asked me to PM them and I decided instead of ignoring it, to see where it lead. Whoever it was, really did wish me well. I think the world is a messed up place. I think there is a culture that supports the idea men can get away with the worst behaviour. (The idea that if a woman wears a short skirt and gets raped, she was clearly asking for it. Which is ludricous. The best way to stop rape is to stop raping.) But at the same time, I think there is a lot of hope for humanity. Most creepers are immature white boys. Sadly, that immaturity doesn't get lost with age. But it does get lost with education and understanding. I had more thoughts, but it's hard for me to keep a thought in my head for more than ten seconds. My homegirl plays the game, I don't. She gets cockshots. That's the worst/funniest. Nobody wants to see that, and it's a terrible way to say hello.