Men and women both have their own unwritten codes.
These “creeds” are the ones they follow to guide their morals and behaviour with other women. And you don’t need to tell the other person, they just know. Like, it’s a guy code that if someone dies while lifting, the other must always add more weights before calling the ambulance.
And for women, it’s a code that if a creepy guy is coming onto a woman, you have to pretend to be their lesbian lover or anything you can do to get rid of him. Check out how these women curved creeps with the help of guys and gals alike!
guy: …just one drink
me: no thank you
guy: come on it's just a drink
me: look, i'm sorry I just want to read my book while i wait for my bf
guy: what ur bf doesn't let you have friends?
random woman: Clara? Hi! *hugs* (whispers) u ok?
women are great
— Amna (@AGlasgowGirl) January 20, 2018
#2 Train ride.
Some dude was bothering this lady once on the train and she was alone so my brother pretended to be her husband and the guy left. 10 years later he is her husband ❤️?❤️
— Jamiel Pridgen (@JamielPridgen) January 21, 2018
In Florence while studying abroad I got separated from my friends in a club. A guy grabbed me to dance and all I had to do was look at a random girl to save me, and she came over and excitedly screamed like we were long lost besties, and got me out of a bad situation. Women know.
— Marissa D (@marissad415) January 21, 2018
#4 Persistent older guy.
Once I was being hit on at work by a persistent older guy in a really fancy department store. ? It was quiet & I was the only one in my department. Thankfully a lady came over "for help". As she paid for her items she said "you looked like you needed rescuing!" ? #grateful
— Nariece Sanderson (@Gatto_Biscollo) January 21, 2018
#5 Berated by an ex.
One time my ex was berating me at a bar about getting back together and this dude came up next to me and said "hey can I still get that ride home?" so when my ex stormed off he was like "I don't need a ride. I figured you needed an out. Are you okay?"
that was the greatest, ever.
— mel (@meleadawn_) January 21, 2018
I did that once for a woman on the subway. She was being aggressively hit on and I just pretended she was a friend of my sister. He quickly lost interest and went away. She thanked me and I got off at my stop. Doesn't have to be a confrontation.
— Art is a Bad Hombre (@art8641) January 21, 2018
#7 Pretending to know each other.
I was 16 &saw a girl in street avoinding a guy who was following her, she was telling him "I don't know you' He was like "Let's have a drink".I was super shy but still walked 2 her & said "Here U are!! Where have U been??Everyone was waiting for you!!!" Still proud of myself tbh.
— The Reading Gal (@VioletReading) January 22, 2018
#8 Bus drivers.
I love when people are kind like this.
I once was sitting in a bus station late at night and one of the male off duty bus drivers chilled with me out side in the cold. He was 20 feet away from me but stayed so I would be safe.
— TokuSwag ????? (@tokuswag) January 22, 2018
#9 Immediate escape.
Scary dude talking to a young girl in Harvard Square. Went over and said "Hey! Sorry to make you wait!" She ran over to me and we bounced.
— wikipedia #KillmongerRevolution brown (@eveewing) September 28, 2013
I pushed a drunken frat boy down a short flight of stairs when, in college, he wouldn’t leave my friend alone & then pinched my cheek and called me “a cute little fatty guard dog.” Campus police told him he was lucky I hadn’t kicked him in the balls and then shoved him.
— Wendy Schapiro? (@OzLady41563) January 14, 2018