Why is it people will completely ignore you when you ask them to do or not to do something? I hate to call my mom's boyfriend out again in another topic, but I must. Sometimes he'll ask me if I would like something to eat, and more often than not I politely refuse because I'm not hungry at that time or I'm doing something and do not want to stop, or any other reason. More often than not, he disregards my request and brings me something anyway. It's nice of him, but when I say I'm not hungry, I'm not jut kidding. Of course when I try to say that I actually did NOT want something, he gets very huffy. Tonight I was feeling a bit under the weather and I had a small meal and went back to sleep. A couple hours later I got woke up and asked by BF if I wanted something to eat, to wich I said "no". I guess to him, "no" sounds exceedingly similar to "yes" and some time later I got woke up a second time and given food. I was not particularly hungry, but I still ate it because I knew BF would throw a tantrum if I said I wasn't hungry.
Do these kinds of people think they're being some kind of saint when they blatantly dieregard someone's request? Or am I the one being rude?