If someone is staring at me, I do a quick personal inventory to make sure I look okay. I make sure that my pants are zipped, I don't have anything on my face or shirt that doesn't belong there.... if everything is in its place, I simply don't care.
Stare back. Its pretty passive aggressive but someone might get the clue.
I went out tonight and after reading this post earlier in the day I would swear everyone was staring at me. I never really noticed before but i wasnt short stares it was long drawn out stares. Man I must be loosing my mind. I am under a termendouse amount of stress right now and even the smallest of things like staring drives me nuts. I knew that he staring wasnt really someone thinking deep thohgts about me but it agrivated me just the same...stress does crazy thinkgs to your mind.
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