Today I walked up to order food with my sister and the guy had asked us where we were from Just asking random questions and my sister mainly answered.. So I didn't feel obligated to jump in.. I came up again to order by myself and the guy was like "your quiet huh" or "you don't talk much " something like that and I don't know the way he said it came off kinda rude like he had a problem with it.
Do guys usually have a problem with quiet girls?
What Guys Said 8
Well, there is being a quiet person and there is ignoring someone. I don't think there are any problems with quiet girls, although they may miss more opportunities than normal by remaining quiet and disengaging themselves. However this is not due to repulsing the man.
Getting ignored feels worse. I wouldn't have said anything about it like that guy did though. I know he felt bad about it, but coming up and bugging you more isn't the right way to handle it. I think it is better to just stop talking when you know someone isn't listening or interested in listening instead of trying harder.0
He was trying to engage you in the conversation... and you failed at it.
The number one issue quiet girls have, is that guys perceive them as rude or not interested.
It's rather irritating to try to engage someone who chooses not to talk to me. My attention would be directed to the girl that engages me back.0
I'm much more interested in a girl feeling comfortable talking to me in private than how she acts to a stranger like that.0
maybe he thought you were attractive and was hoping to get to know you better but since you stayed quiet, he missed that opportunity.
He had a second shot by saying "you're quiet huh?"0
yeah because you dont add to the conversation at all and its almost like you're ignoring them so it comes off as rude.0
you don't know what is on their mind.0
He was trying to get you to talk because he likes you more than your sister.0
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