okay so today I was at a shopping store alone, I went up to the behind the counter guy to ask a question he didn't mind. He was in his teens about 16-19 or something. So as I was talking he made pretty good eye contact, until I started seeing his eyes staring at my lips. His pupils got bigger & darker so I got offended & said why are you looking here?. He couldn't even give me an explanation just smirking it made me feel like a joke.
If you feel uncomfortable when someone is looking it's fine to call this person out and tell them to stop.curious open-minded short but not so short guy from Germany. open for conversations/PMs, all topics, all ages, all genders
I agree with Benni90er - you have every right to speak up and say something.
When that happens to me, I get out a tissue and pretend to blow my nose. I make all kinds of noises. That tends to get them "out of the mood" real fast.
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I personally feel uncomfortable if I know that I have made anyone of any age uncomfortable by my actions or words, but much rather have someone speak up as I won't know that is how they are feeling if I don't and so won't be able to change if I am not told. This is why I try to make sure I either hold eye contact or look over girls shoulders to avoid unknowingly have my eyes stop and blankly stare at inappropriate spots.
I also feel that his reaction was very unprofessional and just a very bad way to react. We should be showing respect for one another not make someone else's discomfort a joke.
So yes, please, please do speak up if anyone ever makes you feel uncomfortable
do you think he finds me ugly?
From what you wrote no one can answer that question. He stared at you, maybe because he likes you, maybe because he doesn't.curious open-minded short but not so short guy from Germany. open for conversations/PMs, all topics, all ages, all genders
No, you should always call out someone if they are behaving badly like that