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    (Original post by bittr n swt)
    Shockingly so are girls.
    I think it's the case of girls finding it hard to understand guys and guys finding it hard to understand girls
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    (Original post by Cremated_Spatula)
    Approach him first then, be genuinely interested and friendly, if he doesn't want to chat, you'll soon get the message.
    Okay thanks, you've been really helpful
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    (Original post by azhar-1998)
    Guys can be moody at times , trust me you don't wanna be near them

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    Yh I tend to avoid them when they're moody :s
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    (Original post by Cremated_Spatula)
    If he doesn't want to open up to you, there is not much you can do. Just don't take it personally unless your'e completely sure.
    Completely sure of what?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Completely sure of what?
    Completely sure he's holding a grudge, finding it hard to get along with you... ect ect I find that people tend to jump to conclusions and make a matter worse, when in reality it will be a completely unrelated incident.
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    (Original post by Cremated_Spatula)
    Completely sure he's holding a grudge, finding it hard to get along with you... ect ect I find that people tend to jump to conclusions and make a matter worse, when in reality it will be a completely unrelated incident.
    I'll talk to him again and see how it goes from there
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'll talk to him again and see how it goes from there
    Hope it goes well, always nice to have a new friend to chat to.
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    (Original post by Cremated_Spatula)
    Hope it goes well, always nice to have a new friend to chat to.
    Thanks I hope so too, he seems really cool
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So the first time I met this guy, he kept on coming up to me and making conversations. The next time I saw him, he seems to be really blunt to me and I haven't done anything to upset him. Does anyone else experience this or know why he might act like that? And shall I be friendly to him the next time I see him or leave him alone?
    Maybe he noticed you like someone else, or thinks you do. It can feel very demoralising.
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    (Original post by awkwardshortguy)
    Maybe he noticed you like someone else, or thinks you do. It can feel very demoralising.
    So would guys be blunt if they think a girl likes someone else? But I don't think he thinks I like someone else, I've never mentioned or looked at anyone else around him.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So the first time I met this guy, he kept on coming up to me and making conversations. The next time I saw him, he seems to be really blunt to me and I haven't done anything to upset him. Does anyone else experience this or know why he might act like that? And shall I be friendly to him the next time I see him or leave him alone?
    If he is repeteadly annoying/ harassing you tell him to leave you alone, if he keeps doing it tell him to **** off. If he isn't harassing you etc, you aren't annoyed by it, then maybe just be nice to him maybe he is attracted to you. But again if you don't share those mutual feelings, politely decline him.
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    (Original post by AandFapplicant)
    If he is repeteadly annoying/ harassing you tell him to leave you alone, if he keeps doing it tell him to **** off. If he isn't harassing you etc, you aren't annoyed by it, then maybe just be nice to him maybe he is attracted to you. But again if you don't share those mutual feelings, politely decline him.
    He hasn't been harrasing me. I just don't understand the suddent bluntness. And I can't imagine him being attracted to me, he's way too good looking
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    They aren't as complicated as us women!
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    (Original post by The Juan)
    We don't hate women we just say what they want to here and don't expect them to understand what we mean half the time.
    i think the saddest thing about this sentence is that you honestly don't seem to see the problem with it. ain't casual misogyny just the darnedest thing?

    i wouldn't approach him if i were you, op. if he's really acted bluntly and disinterestedly towards you, the ball's in his court now
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    People have a tendancy to over-think ****.

    Just don't bother. There's not context to everything.
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    (Original post by Autumnsong)
    i think the saddest thing about this sentence is that you honestly don't seem to see the problem with it. ain't casual misogyny just the darnedest thing?

    i wouldn't approach him if i were you, op. if he's really acted bluntly and disinterestedly towards you, the ball's in his court now
    I'm just hoping that he would come up to me first next time I see him
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    (Original post by nicatre)
    People have a tendancy to over-think ****.

    Just don't bother. There's not context to everything.
    Are you basically saying just leave it then?
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    (Original post by Annabelle-xx)
    They aren't as complicated as us women!
    I suppose, but some of us are an open book. It's easy to see how we feel by our expressions imo.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Are you basically saying just leave it then?
    I'm saying don't read into everything. Just take them for what they are. And FFS if you want to know something about how someone feels ASK THEM!
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    (Original post by AandFapplicant)
    If he is repeteadly annoying/ harassing you tell him to leave you alone, if he keeps doing it tell him to **** off. If he isn't harassing you etc, you aren't annoyed by it, then maybe just be nice to him maybe he is attracted to you. But again if you don't share those mutual feelings, politely decline him.
    Projecting much?
 
 
 
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