Sure, but the assumption of ugly = creepy is an oversimplification. Hot guys can be creepy too. How many times do the women participating in this thread have to say that creepy is creepy no matter who the person is or what he looks like?I wonder what his $ecret i$? Seriously, all the posters who point out that tastes differ are absolutely right, BUT this does not negate the basic truth of kioewen's post. We react positively to people we find attractive, negatively to those we find unattractive, and the vast majority of people follow convention in deciding whom they find attractive. (This is why Dimensions exists, after all) So, in approaching a total stranger, what are the odds of your being shot down? I don't know, but I'd bet you have a better chance if you look like someone from a soft drink commercial.
Some hot guy is not going to get a pass if he approaches by saying the most disgusting thing he can think of. If that were the case, not only would I be annoyed but I'd be apt to think he's an asshole for thinking he can just walk up to a random fat chick and say whatever nasty thing is on his mind AND think he could get away with it because he might be used to getting by on his looks. That's just as bad. An ugly guy might get shot down, but if approaches in a disarming manner it won't be because he was creepy, it would simply be because she wasn't attracted and she has every right to say, "Oh, I'm flattered, but I'm sorry you're not my type." Guys just gotta learn the difference between creepy and disarming.