I don't know if it's a "school shooter" vibe or if it's because I'm tall or strange
Everyone always seems to notice if I'm NOT somewhere, or naturally be aware of when I make any sort of big movement. (Turning around in a chair) Or if we're walking anywhere, I'd always be the one leading/ people will follow my movements.
Feels like autism, but it feels like I have unintentional control over a room. Like when I talk, everyone shuts up and turns to me to listen.
Anyone else get this?
Yea, I get told I give off serial killer vibes and I look/walk intimidatingly. I've had girls tell me that they had crushes on me but were afraid of me so they never told me.
People are really oddly aware of me in social situations, and it sucks
>be one of the first people to class on the first day
>literally every desk in the class except for the ones adjacent to me get filled with people
i dont know what it is that people seem uncomfortable getting close to me, but it's been like that since high school
I actually have the opposite. I do all I can to prevent it by being social and fucking around, joking with everyone but if I sit in silence in a social situation for ten minutes or so the next time I speak people will seem shocked and say something along the lines of "Oh God, I forgot you were there anon!" It sometimes has its benefits.
But socialising is all I intend to do, and lying about that shit seems fucking stupid. I actually don't mind it that much, it means that I can do whatever the fuck I want, and I think that if I wasn't a huge pussy I could fucking rob my friends if I wanted to, or other great potential. The only real downside is that it doesn't work on small children and they attract attention to me.
Basically I have LVL100 Sneak skill on everyone over the age of 11.
I just meant that only young people really notice me, they focus on me for some reason, maybe it's because I'm mainly quiet a lot and they probably think I'm open for talking.
Not underage, just have the Anti-Presence.
>I have LVL100 Sneak skill on everyone over the age of 11.
>tfw big guy presence
problem is that this happens a lot >>26110139
No presence, people usually find me unapproachable or that I always look mad. Just the way my face is though.
I have a tendency to scare the shit out of people with how quiet I am. I just think it has to do with the way I walk, I'm not anchor footed like most people stomping at every step.
Thankfully I can hold a decent conversation without sperging out so no one at my job thinks I'm 'weird'
manlets have unpresence
literally have to be loud as fuck while moving around and still am invisible / suprise people when THEY consume my personal space
I will talk, and people will literally not hear me. They know I've said something, but their brain prevents understanding, because manlet.
I'm damn near invisible
people would often comment on how I 'sneaked up on them' and how they hadn't noticed or had forgotten I was there
It happens all the time, it's been happening since I was a child
I'm not a small person by any means, I'm 6'1'' and kind've lanky
Maybe I could be a spy
You need to lift. I'm serious.
Memes and bullshit aside, muscle mass will presence whether you like it or not. I'm 5'7 and 190lbs. Compared to when I was a hungry skeleton, people now seem to either gravitate towards me or conspicuously keep their distance but I do NOT go unnoticed.
>youre a criminal
Hah! Top banter m8!
Excuse me while I search for my sides.
>naturally aware when I make a big movement
this is normal human behavior
>I'd always be the one leading/people will follow
this tends to happen if you consciously put yourself at the head of a group of people. If you all have the same destination they aren't really following you
>unintentional control over a room
might be confidence or you might just be interpreting basic courtesy as submission
>when I talk, everyone shuts up and turns to me to listen
this is also normal human behavior
>feels like autism
>have a "presence"
I've been told I have an "aura of inner peace" by some dude who's one of the most pessimistic, anxious, and conservative/fundamental/hippy-hating people I know.
Other's have told me that I bring out the best in them, and that I make them feel less anxious and more comfortable with themselves. A lot of people say they initially feel like I'm judging the shit out of their everyone move but when they realize I literally don't give a shit what they do they realize that I push them to hold themselves to a higher standard.
Feels pretty good.