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    Im a guy and a few of my housemates (all girls) keep acting strange around me. Like I'll catch them spying on me through the kitchen door and when i see them they'll burst into fits of laughter and make up ridiculous excuses. Or sometimes when I enter a room they'll all look at me and smirk or laugh between themselves. I know its not them flirting or anything like that as I'm not attractive in the slightest, plus they all have boyfriends. I just keep trying to figure out why they are doing this.
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    I don't know ask them? They might be making fun of you, but then again it might just be something completely innocent which makes them laugh.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Im a guy and a few of my housemates (all girls) keep acting strange around me. Like I'll catch them spying on me through the kitchen door and when i see them they'll burst into fits of laughter and make up ridiculous excuses. Or sometimes when I enter a room they'll all look at me and smirk or laugh between themselves. I know its not them flirting or anything like that as I'm not attractive in the slightest, plus they all have boyfriends. I just keep trying to figure out why they are doing this.
    Don't say that.

    Also allow the eejits, they're not worth knowing.
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    Ask them
    Its probably something one of them pointed out and now they all laugh at it.
    Tell them its pissing you off and you want to know.
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    Sounds like they have an 'in' joke about you.
    Just tell them it's annoying and ask what they're laughing about.
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    haunt them at night if they dont tell you
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    I'd ask them. It seems like they're making fun of you but think you don't know.

    Confront them and be angry and awkward.

    They'll be like :eek: :yep:
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    Honestly? If they find you attractive they're flirting, if they don't, then they're making fun of you- using you as a plaything. Either way, it's pretty damn immature.

    You could try asking them "what's so funny?", but just try to stay aloof.
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    You need to ***** slap them next time they do it.
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    (Original post by Blátönn)
    You need to ***** slap them next time they do it.
    haha.

    You probably shouldn't do this yet. Just ask them what they find so hilarious. If they continue, then ***** slapping is probably the best option.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Im a guy and a few of my housemates (all girls) keep acting strange around me. Like I'll catch them spying on me through the kitchen door and when i see them they'll burst into fits of laughter and make up ridiculous excuses. Or sometimes when I enter a room they'll all look at me and smirk or laugh between themselves. I know its not them flirting or anything like that as I'm not attractive in the slightest, plus they all have boyfriends. I just keep trying to figure out why they are doing this.
    this must be exciting to be the only guy in the flat heeh
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Im a guy and a few of my housemates (all girls) keep acting strange around me. Like I'll catch them spying on me through the kitchen door and when i see them they'll burst into fits of laughter and make up ridiculous excuses. Or sometimes when I enter a room they'll all look at me and smirk or laugh between themselves. I know its not them flirting or anything like that as I'm not attractive in the slightest, plus they all have boyfriends. I just keep trying to figure out why they are doing this.
    one of them might have a crush on you

    they might have been pervy and watched you when you were changing....

    or maybe they have a surprise planned for you
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    Try to talk to one of them on their own and ask them about it, don't make it a big thing, just tell them you're curious as to what it's all about.
 
 
 
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