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    Whenever we're discussing something in a group at work and I chip in and start talking, he has this sort of smirk on his face (not a full on smile) that makes it look like he lowkey finds what I say amusing and isn't taking me seriously.
    I don't talk weird or say strange things or look weird etc. In fact not to sound tude but there's a girl who has an usual accent and looks really unattractive yet he responds to her perfectly fine. It's reasonable/good ideas ir conversations that the rest of the group agree with yet he has this annoying expression on his face.
    He does NOT act like this around anyone else at work, male or female. I just don't understand. For people that have ever acted like this, what has been your reason?

    You need to address this with him privately, or say within the group at the time 'what's your input on my suggestion' and see what he has to say
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