No we do not, at least I don't. We might wonder about you but if you continue this act for too long we think you are NOT interested in us and we give up. So, if you like her show that you like her and stop playing games.
at first, yes. But after a week, maybe even a couple of days of you not showing interest, I figure you don't like me and I move on to another guy. So, it works, but very shortly
absolutely not. we hate mind games.
No waaaaaaaaaaaay. That just doesn't seem typical of guys. If a guy is acting disinterested towards me, that does not tell me in any way that he likes me. I would quickly say "screw it" and move on.
No, we absolutely do not...Show us that you like us, just not an absurd, over-the-top amount. We will quickly lose interest if you act like you don't like us.
i like guys who show me their interested but don't over do it like clinging to me right away...just take it slow!
The most attractive guys are the ones who are bold enough to just straight out tell me they like me, but let me know that while I'm his first choice, I'm not his onlyy choice. He should give me one good fair shot to get him, by asking me flat out if I like him back/want to go out with him, but use body language (acting disinterested) to tell me he's not the kind of guy who will give me a million chances if I say no. He must focus his attention on me when he talks to me and I talk to him (do not look disinterested when talking or it just looks either fake or rude), but do not pay attention to me any more than you would pay attention to any other friend.
Definitely not! If you're interested you've gotta give her some signs! Play it cool for a little while if you must but make sure you give her enough or she will lose confidence, get fed up and give up!
OH MY GOD! NO! If a guy seems not interested, it bores the hell out of me and I move on!
Please don't do it.
Personally, I can be very shy about making a move on guys, especially if they do not seem interested! If a guy were to show interest and I like them as well I would be far more likely to initiate things and make the first move. However, there is a point when girls get creeped out or just uncomfortable with too much attention or constant "interest" (then again, some girls love it, go figure)
But flirting and then acting disinterested just makes us girls frustrated and we really don't like mixed signals. It's the cause of half the questions on this site.
no! We will move onto the next guy who IS interested...
No we don't. Like at all.
Do you like it when a gal seems disinterested? For me it's a major turn off.
I don't think they would.
no they don't like it but they always think there could be some hope for her to be liked. if the girl initially stopped paying attention to the guy then started again because they guy went cold, she's just being nice to him again because she feels bad and want the guy to be comfortable at d friend zone.
well they want a guy who is in the middle, who is a challenge basically
no they don't like it, it just makes them want to have sex with you.
Here some real life experience. I met this girl, I showed interest (us guys are VERY obvious about showing interest). After a while, she was giving me strong signals, specially the eyes, that kind of gaze that tends to melt a guy and I made a move, she shot me down. After that she seemed annoyed when I talked to her and didn't find any of my attempts at humor, well, humorous. After that I decided to play it cool and focus on other girls. After a few days, she would come up to me and make small talk, if I answered she would elaborate on that to keep the conversation going (when she used to give very short, crippled and cold answers when I "showed" interest). Also, now she finds everything I say hilarious, she laughs, even if I'm not talking to her, if I make a comment to somebody else and she is near, she is like laughing even though back when I was joking WITH her, she wouldn't laugh at all. Moral of the story is, eyes don't lie, if she likes you (even though she says she doesn't) and you stop paying attention, she will come around. Don't be rude about it, be nice and polite, but don't show as much interest or focus on her, she will pick up on that and start taking matters into her own hands.
According to SCIENCE!
Yes, they do like it. Or at the very least it makes them interested.