By Stephen Nichols of The Real World: Denver
By Brooke LaBarbera of The Real World: Denver
By Alex Smith of The Real World: Denver
By Jenn Grijalva of The Real World: Denver
By Colie Edison of The Real World: Denver
When people admire others, there are two terms I use depending on their intent. If the intention is to ask someone out or hook up with them, I equate it to shopping. They're checking out the merchanise, comparing options, with the intent on taking something home. If the intent is to admire the merchandise but not to sample it or take it home, that's window shopping. Almost everyone does this, no matter they're age, gender or dating status. You said you've never window shopped since you're in love with your boyfriend. Are you sure about that? You've never had discussions with your girlfriends or co-workers about how hot some Hollywood celeb is? Or some model you saw in an ad? That, too, is window shopping. If you're guy was glancing at this girl (or if she was especially hot, ogling her for a moment or two) then that is normal. But if he was staring her down and ignoring you, that's when his behavior leaves the realm or "normal" and starts being rude. Also, you asked him the question and he answered. I'll never understand why women ask their guys questions, then get pi**ed at the answer. Nor why women assume that once a guy is in a relationship, he'll go completely blind except for his girl!! Do YOU go blind when your in a relationship, except for your guy? Nope. Didn't think so.