What does he mean?

what does it mean when he asks "r u around this weekend?
he meant i am free at weekend or he mean i am in town?


Most Helpful Guy

  • It sounds to me like he's asking you if you're going to be in town this weekend with the later purpose of asking if you're free this weekend. But first, he wants to know if you're actually going to be nearby.

    • what should i answer then? yes i ll be nearby?

    • I don't know, are you going to be near by? If so, then yes, you're going to be in town. If not, then no. If I were the guy, I would expect an answer like:

      Yes, I'll be in town. What did you have in mind?

Most Helpful Girl

  • Sounds like both... Asking if you'll be in town, so he can then ask if you're free to catch up. He's either not asking directly as he doesn't wanna sound overly keen, especially if you're not around, or he's not 100% sure of his own plans & doesn't want to set a solid time/date right away.

    • so what should i answer?
      yes i ll be around or yes i am free at sunday?

    • yes, you'll be around & ask why.


What Guys Said 1

What Girls Said 2

  • Probably both :). He might want to ask you out, see how it goes.

    • should i answer that i am around or that i am free on weekend?

    • Just tell him you're around. If he asked whether you are around or not just use the same words. :)

  • he wants to see u