Trying to search for this specific instance was annoying so I'm just going to ask instead.
So first day of classes for the semester was this week. I had an instance where I was sitting in back row with this girl and some guy sitting in-between the two of us. She's fairly attractive so I was glancing over some over the course of the class.
Anyway, at one point I was looking down at my paper while the professor was talking and I could have sworn out of the corner of my eye I saw her look over directly at me. So naturally I turn my head and look over at her, and sure enough as soon as my gaze went from my paper to her it was immediate eye contact.
If I had blinked I probably would have missed it because as soon as we made eye contact for less than a second, her eye darted down to the floor and back to her desk a bit. Me being me though, I of course didn't bother to see if she would look back again, instead opting to see what was on the next powerpoint slide, so I really don't know if she glanced back again.
I'm just wondering if there was anything to this. I've heard some say if there's interest that she will hold the eye contact, certainly longer than what happened right there, but I've also heard that isn't always true and that they might look away because of nervousness or shyness like "OH I just got caught staring". So what's your opinion?
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I make eye contat with people ALL the time, I don't have to like them or even think they're attractive to do this. If you catch her staring a lot, then she must think you're attractive and/or you interest her. Just one split-second of eye contact doesn't say much. Especially in a school setting where you may get bored.0