Now, just because he asked you “where are you from? When a guy doesn’t like you, he simply won’t put in the effort unless he has something to gain out of it (like at work, or he wants you to help with his grades or an exam.)The fact that he’s talking to you when there’s no need to do so (because of work or something), is a good sign in itself.If he asks you questions and tries to dig deeper and find out more about you, that’s a good sign.

Just look for anything out of the ordinary…This one is quite tricky actually, because when a guy is ignoring you – it’s either a strategy to get you interested, or he doesn’t like you at all, or…

he does like you – but he thinks he can’t do much about it.

Sure, guys and girls are different when they’re just among close friends, or just guys or just girls, but still – he might be quieter when you’re around, or more talkative, nervous, shy, or he’ll try to act cooler, or be funnier to impress you. Think about it like this, when a guy isn’t interested in you, he can still be normal towards you and have regular small talk (depending on the situation), but he (usually) won’t have a reason to IGNORE you.

Either way – if he’s not 100% natural, he might like you, and that’s why he’s trying to impress you with something. A guy that likes you will either by shy and nice, or he’ll ignore you and show confusing signals.

That’s where a guide like Mirabelle’s is great at helping you identify how he really feels about you, despite him trying hard to hide his real feelings.

Men can even lie to themselves about how they feel about you.With no further ado, here’s how to tell if a guy likes you: Okay, it can’t be more obvious than that.A guy that tells you “I like you” probably isn’t lying.Some guys try to hide interest; others openly look you up and down and lick their lips. The problem is that most guys don’t want to “lose face” and get rejected, so they play it safe.Especially in situations that can have social consequences – like at work, or school/college, or if he’s a family friend – if he messes up, he might still be running into you. In some cultures, it’s normal that guys get you a drink and it’s not a big deal.But if he’s stingy around his friends and only pays for his own stuff, and then he buys You a drink, then he definitely likes you. It’s not really a sign of showing off, “it’s just a coffee” after all, but still, the little things add up. Now, it might be that he’s just being nice – but those Frappucinos add up, and there’s no such thing as a free lunch. The only time a guy asks you for your number, and doesn’t like you, is if he needs your info for some really obvious reason like… If he makes up some relatively dumb reason to ask for your number, you know he just wants to have a way to keep in touch with you, ask you out on a date etc. if you’re at a bar and he asks for your number, that’s an obvious sign.