Do you think people consider you creepy if you have (and voice) strange ideas.

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Do you think people consider you creepy if you have (and voice) strange ideas.

No-jam No-jam
At one point we were sitting in a room and I thought "I want to start a fire in here", not out of malice, simply because a campfire sounded very nice to my sleep-deprived brain at the moment. After voicing my idea in a joking way, my friends looked at me and laughed, but I got strange looks from people sitting a little bit away.

so, my question is, are you creepy for voicing your strange ideas? Everyone has them, I'm sure, even if they are not related to lighting a campfire in the middle of a building.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Everyone would consider the strange ideas creepy.
4  (18%)
They are only creepy coming from a stranger.
18  (82%)
They are only creepy coming from someone who is not sleep-deprived or drunk.
Total votes: 22
Poll is closed
03/18/2013
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eri86 eri86
Did the strange looks come from people who didn't know you well or at all?
03/18/2013
GONE! GONE!
All my friends know I'm weird and creepy so they don't mind.
03/18/2013
butts butts
Usually when people say things that they THINK people will view as creepy, I usually think they're just really cheesy! I've lived with multiple people (and gone to school with and college and partied with) people who thought it was so incredibly funny to "try to creep people out" by adding "AND DEAD BABIES!!!" to the end of sentences or "randomly" bringing up doom/death/fire/whatno t. The people who LEGITIMATELY thought "strange" things (often vocalized or not) were quite charming for their different way of thinking, not creepy.

The few times I actually get creeped out by people is when they vocalize detailed personal information (usually about sex stuff) to people they've just met and expect people to be legitimately interested in their habits, or worse, trying to get people to join them in that activity. D:
03/18/2013
Allstars316 Allstars316
Just coming from a stranger
03/18/2013
js250 js250
I have unusual thoughts and voice them regularly--everyone is too used to me, though and know I am being goofy.
03/18/2013
Hazeleyes2012 Hazeleyes2012
I dunno one has to be careful where one voice an opinion nowadays.....right now I think there are allot of weirdos out there lol....
03/18/2013
JodiPrince JodiPrince
just be careful to who you voice your opinions too//i dont think they will allow EF in the physic ward
03/18/2013
KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
I would just say a stranger since you don't know their personality. Like, if I was in the room when you said that, I wouldn't know you meant like a campfire. It's also hard to judge sarcasm at times, so some things come off as weird.
03/18/2013
gsfanatic gsfanatic
Given my friend group, as long as people know you, it works out. Our random thought chains are pretty entertaining
03/18/2013
peachmarie peachmarie
My sister and I both say things to each other that would be pretty strange to other people most likely. But we understand each other pretty well so feel cool about talking openly to each other.
03/18/2013
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by No-jam
At one point we were sitting in a room and I thought "I want to start a fire in here", not out of malice, simply because a campfire sounded very nice to my sleep-deprived brain at the moment. After voicing my idea in a joking way, my ...
I think they aren't always creepy coming from strangers. It depends on if that stranger looks like a Manson.
03/18/2013
Chilipepper Chilipepper
I'm so odd myself that it doesn't bug me when others are ... unless it involves really squiffy stuff like pedophilia or making people dead, then I'll try to locate the nearest blunt instrument.
03/18/2013
K101 K101
Quote:
Originally posted by No-jam
At one point we were sitting in a room and I thought "I want to start a fire in here", not out of malice, simply because a campfire sounded very nice to my sleep-deprived brain at the moment. After voicing my idea in a joking way, my ...
Depends on the thoughts I guess. I'm sure the things I say come across as creepy quite often. Lol.
03/19/2013
Virgingasms Virgingasms
I think most of the creep factor comes from not knowing someone, so you can't tell if they're serious or just kidding.
03/19/2013
Allison.Wilder Allison.Wilder
I'm not sure, it depends on what they're saying. If it's off the wall crazy and from a stranger, then it's creepy.
03/19/2013
jr2012 jr2012
well I think it depends on what you are saying more than anything! lol.
03/19/2013
Total posts: 17
Unique posters: 17