I actually experienced this. First time meeting a guy, we just finished eating and we head up to my hotel room. We talked and he went on his laptop to listen to music. I took off my boots because they were uncomfortable and I sat on the bed. He just stares at me. I said what? He says nothing and turns around in his chair. Then, when I walked away to my bag to get other shoes, I turned and he was staring again. Then we looked out the window to see the sky and I asked what he's looking at: he said he was looking at me for a second but then some else. But he didn't intiate or do anything. Made it seem like I was undesirable. What would you do in that situation?
Most Helpful Guy
I wouldn't feel this way, I say this because it is the first time meeting the guy, and if he made a move, then it might seem he was thinking you were easy or he was trying to take advantage of you. It's all about context. I was in a similar situation when I was in the Army, in the sense that I was in training and we had weekend leave, so a bunch of us ended up going out on the town and as it happened I ended up with two female soldiers and we shared a room, now one went off and the other stayed with me, and while I did feel "something" could have happened, I didn't make any moves on her because I wasn't sure that was something she wanted to have happen and I'm not the kind of guy to force myself on anybody. So yes we shared a room and yes we slept together on separate beds and again yes nothing happened, but not because I wasn't interested, but because I wanted to respect her and I didn't want there to be any trouble. So while I can't speak for him, it may be he was feeling something similar to my own situation.3
Most Helpful Girl
He shouldn't try anything. Just because there's a bed and a guy and girl, doesn't mean anything had to happen1