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Female Creep Thread Anonymous 77655

Has anyone else here just done unabashedly creepy things in their life?
Recently, I saw a really cute guy in one of my Zoom classes, and I feel guilty, but I took a bunch of screenshots of him. Every moment felt like something that needed to be captured and collected. Him holding a cup, standing up, turning to the side, closing his eyes. He looked like a painting or something. The more I think about it, the more I realise that wasn’t a socially acceptable thing to do.
I feel like I should delete them all out of common decency, but then they’re gone forever, and it’s not like I intend to doxx him or anything. Plus, the Zoom itself was recorded, so he might be shown there, anyway. I still feel wrong for doing it at all, though. I know I wouldn’t want to be recorded or screenshotted. Am I the only one like this?

Anonymous 77656


It’s simply his fault for choosing to be adorable on camera. Don’t sweat it anon. I’d probably do the same… girl creeps unite!

Anonymous 77660


I recorded a guy's voice during lecture for several months, then edited it to make him say stuff like "You look good today."

Anonymous 77662

in 8th grade my old friends and i stalked these boys who lived in our neighborhood. it started with figuring out their full names. then, we found their instagram accounts and started to catfish/stalk/harrass them. through that, we were able to find their snapchats, some youtube channels, and eventually addresses and phone numbers. we would go on to incessantly call and dm them from different instagram accounts for months.

i stopped talking to my all old friends once we got to high school. idk if they're all still friends or what happened to those guys. this definetly my least proudest moment and i really hate myself for participating in that fuckery.

Anonymous 77663

I'm a secret creep with many stories. The worst has to be when I was a teenager and I began stalking my brother's best friend. He was just so nice and funny and handsome. I went over to his house to goodbad movie nights he used to run and would snoop through his computers. I used to take subtly sexy pictures of myself with his phone, and while he thought I was just doing it to annoy him, I really just wanted him to think about me when I wasn't there. I catfished him at one point, pretending to be a kind of aged up projection of myself at 22, and we flirted, but he wanted to meet and I had to stop. The action I'm most ashamed of was when he wanted to start going to the gym with my brother, but he couldn't be bothered doing it late at night, so I went with him and practically paraded myself around in front of him, while taking creepshots when he wasn't looking.

Anonymous 77664

I used to take photographs of every single boy I liked as soon as I got a phone with a camera. One of them caught me and confronted me abt it over text in the 9th grade. I obsessively stalked him for months. found address and parents names and everything. I've done this to like 5 guys but I was only caught once and it was so embarrassing

Anonymous 77667

I think we've all taken creepshots of our crushes when we were dumb and younger as long as it's not them when they're undressing or something I think it's fine for me it was when I had my highschool graduation I watched the recording online and took screenshots of a boy I liked, I dreamt about him recently which was weird I finally got up at 3pm because I kept making myself go to sleep to make the dream continue

Anonymous 77668

Also accidental creep moment, held my phone weird during class and it took a picture of his shoes, I don't remember if I ever deleted it or not

Anonymous 77671

… I can't relate to this. I guess I was always too insecure to think of liking someone who doesn't like me back, so my thing was anime characters. I definitely obsessed over those.

Anonymous 77689

In 10th grade, I'd take creepshots of this boy I had a crush on. I did it in such an obvious way too. It's mortifying to think what would have happened if someone had found out. I probably would have dropped out of school out of embarrassment kek
I lost interest in him about a week later but never deleted the pictures. They're probably still there on my old phone…

Anonymous 77694

I had a guy do this to me. He told me after we started dating (LDR) and showed me some of them. There was a lot of me holding a pen to my mouth. I would have been thinking but the way he took so many screencaps of it, was like he wanting to jack off to it, pretending the pen was something else. At the time it made me uncomfortable but I only asked him not to do it again and later to delete them as I had poor boundaries. I don’t believe he did either and probably still has them. He was creepy in other ways too, obsessed with porn and sexualising things unnecessarily. I should have blocked him as soon as I found out.

I’ve had other people take pictures of me in public too, sometimes without asking or trying to hide what they are doing. Japan is really bad for it, I can see why phones all have a camera sound there.

Anonymous 77697

i took creepshots of skinny/thin (not just lean, underweight) women and stared at their legs/other body parts in public

Anonymous 77700

…am i fucked up or snapping photos/staring at hot people is really not that creepy?

Anonymous 77701

It is and can border into illegal territory if too extreme. If you're going to stare at someone, do it so they don't notice it and don't make them uncomfortable. Ideally, you wouldn't stare or take photos of anyone without their consent, but I know it's going to happen anyways.

Anonymous 77707

As long as you do it respectfully don't take pics to post online and don't go stalker mode having a pic of someone you like bc you think they're nice and cute is fine the ideal would definitely be get close enough to be able to take pics together tho

Anonymous 77708

yes. i regularly check their parents and friend’s socials and save and screenshot everything with him in it. cant help it. beautiful boys are a rarity.

Anonymous 77712

I never done this but look I have noticed teenager moids have took creepshots or recorded me in the train / metro. It's a human thing it seems, they like beautiful thin elegant people.

When I noticed I told them that I was not gonna end up looking good / my best if they do it like that. They got shy and hopefully probably deleted the photos. I bet I wasnt looking my best.

I mean I would totally give them a good shot but if they asked… It's cuter when they are younger I guess.

If I were to "creep shot" some stranger I find good looking I would just say I'm a historian / photographer, I would compliment them, take the shot and say it is to keep track of how people in general looked at that date and so on. Bottomline is excuses are many to pull this off if you really wanted to. It's also much more useful to know their names and creep on them in facebook or something.

Anonymous 77716

>I would just say I'm a historian / photographer, I would compliment them, take the shot and say it is to keep track of how people in general looked at that date and so on.

I think the only one that would work is street style photographer. I would still refuse though. I used to say yes to these things in the past but the last few years I've been too creeped out wondering what people do with them to agree to any. I don't use social media so I don't want random pictures taken and posted online beyond my control (small businesses are especially bad for this).

One guy took a bunch of pictures of me in public without me knowing, showed me, and then asked for my email address to send me them. He seemed to think it was a smart way to chat me up and get my contact details. I told him it was creepy and to delete them.

I had another guy (who asked first) take a bunch of photos. I took a bunch then sat down and he kept asking for more and it felt really disrespectful, I kept saying no. My friend gave him their card and asked him to send the photos but we never got them.

Weirdest was a young guy who asked to take pictures of my feet for a university project. He sounded really genuine and knew a lot about what he was talking about so I agreed. He showed the photos and it really was just my feet he was taking pictures of (no subtle upskirt or face or anything). Looking back though, I feel like I should have refused as my feet are probably on some fetish site now.

I have a bunch of stories like this. A couple of nice experiences but overwhelming negative over all.

Anonymous 77734

When I pass by a cute guy I always try to catch a whiff of him

Anonymous 77737


oh for sure. i pretty much stalk everyone i think is kind of cool something is genuinely wrong with me like i feel like i HAVE to gather as much information about them as i possibly can, and then i get tired of them and move on to the next person

Anonymous 77741

You're me.

Anonymous 78617


God it's so refreshing to see that someone else does this.
Sometimes it's so that I can feel closer to them, and sometimes I just like the challenge of it all.
There's a small twitch streamer with a really calming voice that is relatively private, but I managed to find his university after he mentioned a course he was taking and an event that was happening nearby. Using that and his initials I got from soundcloud I managed to get his full name and later on his address. I don't dare to look up his facebook or other social media that involves photos, as I don't want to sully the vision I've dreamed up in my head.

Anonymous ## Cleanup crew 78619

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