What do you do when someone hot is in the same classroom as you? Do you look at them and smile? say hi?
If I don't make eye contact, I feel like I did something wrong and I can't concentrate in class.
There are so many hot people everywhere. I feel like a hedonist, practically swimming in a sea of hot people.
Whenever I see someone hot, I usually just avoid eye contact. Because if I look, I'll be flirting with him. Is flirting wrong?
How do you deal with your attraction to others, sometimes strangers?
If I had the same class with them I would probably use that semester to grow in friendship with them or at least acquaintances.
If I only had a moment I might make small talk but I'm unsure if I would really do anything about it.
Generally i've always just ignored/avoided them. Attractive people always seemed to believe that I was a good target for them to pick on. They were generally unpleasant to me just because they could be (especially in High school) So, I avoid them. It's been my experience that if a person fits the bill for what is typically considered attractive they're usually not pleasant people. I'll admit that i'm biased enough that I have no desire to befriend one of them to possibly disprove that assumption.
At first I thought the OP might be some sort of troll, but then I thought about it, and I think there's some validity to the eye contact thing. If I just so happen to glance at certain guys, they take that as an invitation to either mentally strip me or harass me for my number, so I also try to avoid eye contact.
As for hot people, they're really just people, so whether or not I make eye contact with them has nothing to do with their physical appearance.