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Answered 2011-09-14 01:16:18

I think it means he likes you.If he didnt like you then he wouldn't even look.If he looks he interested in you.

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he might like you or hes talking about you




in some point he might like you or he might be also interest in you because he knows that you like him. but if he smiles at you and always stares, yes, he likes you





It could be that it means nothing. People sometimes look your way, but they aren't and all they are doing is thinking. This may look like he is staring in a "mean way" but he isn't and is trying to remember something or think out a problem. Many times we internalize something that has nothing to do with us even though we think it does.


Nothing, unless he stares at you, which means he's a pervert.



Your ex sometimes stares at you because she's a teenager. Just like you, she's never sure what things mean when it comes to relationships. If it's a pleasant stare; it may mean that she's remembering good things. If it's more like a scowl; she's sending you a message that you should stop looking at her. If it's a blank stare; wave your hand to see if there's a reaction. If there is, see one or two. If there is no reaction, forget it, there's nothing there.





Means nothing. It could be she isn't even looking at you.



Sometimes it doesn't always mean that way. So I suppose you can confirm his like if he actually approaches you and shows it in his ways.


If he "sometimes" looks at you, or stares at you "without expression" it means one of two things: You are obsessed with him, or you are very, very paranoid.



Nothing. That's like asking what's the "th" mean in "the". Or more appropriately, like asking, "What does cuit in biscuit mean?" Nothing, sometimes a biscuit is just a biscuit.



Uh, nothing. He could've been looking at someone behind you.


depends on his facial expression...





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