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Answered 2010-02-04 00:58:49

When a guy stares at you, but doesn't talk to you it usually means that he finds you interesting. Perhaps he doesn't know how to approach you to begin a conversation. If that is the case and you are interested, you may want to address him first.

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you should probably just ask around and see what he likes about you


he definetly likes you because if a guy likes you he will stare at you alot! but when you talk to him he would NOT say that he stares at you all the time he would try to act cool and pretend that he doesnt notice you!


yes yes!! if he stares that means he wants to talk to u lol


It means that guy doesn't want to talk with that person who he's looking at. He's angry with that person.




He thinks you're acting stupid, he thinks your pretty, or he likes you.




He likes you but he is too shy to talk to you. Or he absolutely hates your guts and he is too mad to talk to you. My advice is ask him if he hates your guts and if he says yes, then he does, (duh!) and if he doesn't say anything or he says no, then he likes you.


no way, he certainly doesnt, infact he might even be just looking at you, you've looked at an old guy before, right? Doesnt mean you love him!




it doesnt really mean anything.... he is just being polite.... du u get me??...






he or her is choecking you out




he either doesnt like you or he doesnt want to talk to you at the time or he wants to make you jealous.... and its working huh?


It means he doesnt want to talk about it because he doesnt want to do what ever it is you said sometime about



He's probably just checking you out, i mean i guy can look can't he? Just because he's looking your way doesnt mean he's mentally undressing you. (:



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