Her body language will be more open; she will have straighter posture and be more relaxed and spread out. The best thing you can do to help keep from seeming creepy is to approach from an angle where she can see you; you don’t want to startle her with your sudden presence after ninja-sneaking up behind her.She may be taking breaks from her book or laptop to look out the window and stare of into space. Coming up and standing off to an angle – rather than facing her head on – can help avoid coming across as though you’re trying to corner her or cut off her avenues of escape.
Meeting a woman at a hotel bar and flirting with her can feel like the most normal thing in the world.
Meeting that same woman in a small, empty room and trying to flirt with her can appear to be threatening – she has no way of getting away from you should she feel the need.
People expect different levels of physical contact at, say, a nightclub than at a bookstore or the gym.
You want to remain socially relevant – the more your actions are incongruous to the situation, the more disconcerting and creepy you will appear to be.
than face the possibility of being exiled from dating forever, no?
Unfortunately, this is one more example of why nerds have the worst superpower of all time: the ability to game out every possible worst-case scenario in living color and vivid surround sound, each time worse than the last.She is much more likely to feel as though she’s in danger because’s she’s effectively trapped.The most famous example of this the infamous Elevator Gate incident at the World Atheist Convention, where a man struck up a flirty, sexualized conversation with a woman in an elevator at 4 in the morning.When in doubt: maintain personal space whenever possible (just outside of arm’s length) until invited to close the gap and always make sure that the person you’re talking to has a way of exiting the situation without effort.Before you approach someone, make sure they’re in the mood to be approached in the first place.intimidated by the daunting prospect of trying to not be creepy by accident.