I asked this guy if he was busy today or tonight and his reply is "why whats tomorrow". This was yesterday I asked him. Isn't that kind of defensive. What's your interpretation of it? Like why did he answer that way?
I think he just wants to know if there is any special occasion or something interesting going on, so he can base his decision on whether or not tomorrow will be fun. If it's something that will interest him he will go, if it's something that doesn't interest him, he won't go.
It sounds like you were asking him for the purposes of going on a date (?)... and I think what you were asking went completely over his head. I wouldn't take it too personally. Is he a good friend/long term friend, co-worker, if so, he was probably just caught a little of guard 😊
I don't get it. did you literally ask him if he was busy 'today or tonight' (referring to yesterday) or did you ask if he was busy for today aka saturday? anyway he's just inquiring to know why are you asking him that, to know which kind of plans you had in mind for the day, nothing 'weird' to be interpreted here.