How do you tell when someone is not interested?

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    May 04, 2007 4:17 AM GMT
    Maybe I'm just nieve maybe I just missed this class but I have never been able to figure out when someone is interested, guy or girl. I am sort of interested in a couple of guys right now but I can't tell if I'm the only one whos interested among all of us.
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    May 04, 2007 10:07 PM GMT
    You'll never know until you ask
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    May 06, 2007 1:02 AM GMT
    I've found that if the person I'm talking to is pretty outgoing and extroverted they try to steer the conversations we have into topics about me and introverted people tend to avoid personal topics. Most people want to make plans to see you again if they like you though it may not necessarily mean they're interested in you sexually.

    I'm pretty shy when it comes to guys I like, so I kinda tiptoe around them and tend to not say much around them or avoid eye contact because I'm like a deer in the headlights when I make eye contact. But generally, if I've known this person for a few months, I try and shake off the insecurities and gradually accept that I'm not always going to say something stupid and it's all good.

    From my experience, girls like to get close if they're interested in you, lean towards you in conversations, touch your body, always playing with something in their hands, regardless if they're extroverted or introverted. It's like an uncontrollable reflex lol
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    May 09, 2007 1:05 PM GMT
    Personally,

    I would want to know and not waist my time or energy on someone who really does not care about me.

    I have spent many hours on line with guys and you think that you found Mr. Right and they never answer your messages, ignore you whil on line. I know that they have to right but I find it ignorant and immature.

    I would not do that to someone and would not want it done to me.

    I would suggest that you not lead anyone on, even if you have doubt. Tell them like it is - be honest.

    There is a nice way of telling someone how you feel, it may still hurt the other person but that is life.

    I would rather know, than invest all my time into someone who I think is not as crazy for me and move on.

    We all have special qualities and no one is perfect in any shape or form and you have to believe that there is that special person waiting for you somewhere.
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    May 09, 2007 1:39 PM GMT
    Wow, doesn't this face look familiar!

    Scare yourself silly and ask them the question. "Can I take you out on a date?"

    The answer is easy. No or Yes.

    Step 2: fall in love or pick someone else.