2. Someone who follows or observes (a person) persistently, especially out of obsession or derangement.
3. Billy Miller.
4. Those two girls in wigs.
"Or observing with a passion!"
-Those two girls in wigs
1. a person who follows you 2. a person that is so creepy and obsessive that you think they might stalk you. 3. Emily Brianna Baker 4. Someone who finds out your schedule and doesn't have every class with you
-Yeah, I found them in my bushes last night.
-Ugh, he is so creepy.
-Ugh, she looks just like a stalker. Look at her by locker 356.
-She found out my schedule under the pretense of a joke!
-What a stalker!
could be animal or human to achieve something that always wanted and for personal interest also that thing
the most sensible examples of this are
and the game "s.t.a.l.k.e.r"
look! do you see that man over there!!! he is a stalker.
The Politically Correct way to publicly cast "criminal" suspicion on an undesirable person before your "real" friends think you find the undesirable person's friendship or sexual interest acceptable.
Also a term used in a popular juvenile game of the social elite similar to the 1600's "witch hunt" "game". The idea is if enough members of the social elite call someone a stalker then members of the opposite sex will prove their acknowledgment of your elitism by taking punitive action against the one called stalker. The rules of the game include the concepts that
(1) the fewer and faster the punitive action, the more elite the members who originally designated the target called stalker -- or at least the closer they are to being able to join that group, e.g. tentative acknowledgment by the elite.
(2) the sooner someone joins in calling stalker against a selected target the more accepted they are among the elite group and their followers -- or at least they are conscious and accepting of the righteous rule of the elite and are less likely to be a target of some social game themselves.
(3) all the classic benefits of the "pecking order" modified by the idea that the farther you drive someone down, the higher you raise yourself up.
(4) all the joys of future lawyers and politici...