I don't understand this guy at all. He's a friend of a friend whom I met one night when we went partying and danced really closely. He had a toy medieval sword with which he would annoy me smacking me, at some point he went too far and I slapped him and we went back to dancing a bit and drinking. We had a bit of a game where I would try to take it away. After, we all went for breakfast and he and I went to my place. We slept next to each other, nothing happened. When he woke up, he proceeded to annoy me by taking the covers, pillows, ... and holding me really tight and tickling me. I asked him why he did it and he answered 'because i can'. We drank coffee and talked a little, he managed to insult me every now and then to get a rise out of me, but mostly just lounged on the bed until he got bored and started annoying me again. At the end we ended up having takeaway indian food and he left to go home. I've broken my head over this, why did he stick around and keep annoying me all day? Was that just him having a laugh? Will I see this guy again? Note: we are both in our twenties so it's not a 'your typical 12 year old' sort of thing
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No, he is behaving in the only way he knows how when he interacts with a girl that he really likes... by annoying the shit out of her, but also trying to charm her at the same time.
I would suggest (seeing as you seem so comfortable around him) telling him to stop being so immature and just come out with it because you want him to, and because you feel the same way about him. Tell him that, while his attention is appreciated and enjoyed, the way he shows you that attention is not appreciated.
Just be mature and honest about this; sit yourselves down, over a meal or something, and discuss the relationship between the two of you, the possible relationship, the behaviour and it feels disrepectful. Doing this will lay the ground work for an open and healthy relationship with strong communication at it's core (and no, I don't mean that kind of open relationship...), which will benefit you both greatly in the short and long term.
Good luck, I hope i've helped.2