Are you confused by signs, signals, winks, and blinks?
Remember this: Treat all positive interactions (smiles, nods, waves) as a bona fide flirt.
TopThree Most Obvious Signs of Flirting:
Sign #1: What’s in a Name? They uses your name, often, in conversation. This is a very subtle attention getting device. Everyone likes to hear his or her name, right? Listen, carefully.
Sign #2: Touched by an Angel? Nonchalantly, they tend to brush up against you: could be a pat, a hug or a tap. Look for seemingly innocent light touches: on your shoulder, arm or knee. There is method in the madness.
Sign #3: Eye Contact? Yes, the eyes have it. They will look you in the eye – often and for more than a split second.
Incorporate the classic LALA’s Flirting Method into your daily activities: Look At, Look Again, and Smile.
Remember: love looks with the eyes and the mind.
The opposite of fun and flirting is a ‘Stop’ sign and a dead end. Women wonder, ponder and dwell about the success of a date. It’s what we do.
Here are four obvious signs he is going, going, gone. Remember: nothing can come of nothing.
Four Signs of Dead End Dates:
- He asks you to split the check.
- He cancels more than one date.
- He takes and makes phone calls during the date; acts distracted and bored.
- He flirts with the hostess, the waitress, the bus boy – everyone but, you.
Something is wrong in the state of affairs if any or all of those events happen on a date. If that is the case, move on. Revel in the “early Spring” sunshine. Love is in the air and San Francisco is a wonderful, exciting, place for romance.
Oh, Happy Day: Start your lessons: Take tennis lessons, beginner dance lessons, see all the local events and groups happening today at Meetup.com. Now is the time to meet new people and have more fun.
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“Men do not quit playing because they grow old; they grow old because they quit playing. Oliver Wendell Holmes ‘
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