I had no idea that there are classifications of flirts
Yes he can mean it, but can you know if they mean it? Simple answer yes and no. No because you cannot believe a pathological liar, ive meant a few, counseled one actually. Yes, love is not an emotion, its a choice. I can feel fuzzy for a gal but cheat on her, not open doors, not ask where she wants to eat. Real love is know by patience, meekness, preferring another, ect. You cannot know if they love you by barely knowing them, you need to really knowing them, a pretty decent length acquaintance, and I really think in person is best to tell if they are true. So by their actions, the little ones, you can tell if they really love you
Only when you're comfortable in the relationship with her. If you're able to ask her how many guys she's been with, you're able to ask her about sex. This isn't a question you ask on a first date. Or even a second, or third date. This is a question you ask only when you're in an intimate relationship.
If her answer to this question can be a potential dealbreaker for your relationship, then don't even ask.
i think it means that he likes u a lot & that he is very soft on u
Either her lips are very dry or she's trying to be sexually attractive. A woman running the tip of her tongue slowly over her lips is a sensual indication she's interested. If she's flipping that tongue at a rapid rate across her lips then she is either inexperienced or has really dry lips. LOL
That you are amazing, I'm pretty sure. Enjoy the compliment and don't try to make more of it than it is.
Smile at him when you see him. Most boys find smiling totally sexy. Try to widen your eyes a bit, too, and act a little coy. When a boy notices you smiling at him, raise your eyebrows up and down. Boys love that. Most women flirt by telling men they're "too bad," "roguish," or in some way suggesting that the guy is a stud. You might ask him something like, "I don't know how you guys can just go around making girls fall for you. Don't you ever feel guilty about that?" Try to cultivate an air of mystery or intrigue. Keep him guessing.
Don't forget being confident, it'll make him notice you more, but don't be OVER confident. No-one likes a complete show off.
Make sure to listen to what he says to you and adjust the conversation accordingly. Start off by simply expressing interest in what he says, but gradually begin working in small compliments. If you want to be more edgy, make it more suggestive. You might even bust his chops a little. For instance, if he says he's studying biology, you might say "Yeah, you're just interested in studying girls' anatomy" or "Really? Let me see your hands."
Be careful here, because there's a danger of being too aggressive and turning the guy off. Think of it this way. Really hot women don' t have to flirt to get a guy's attention. Guys are used to that and expect it. A girl that is being too direct might make the guy think, "What's wrong with her?" It could also be a subconscious thing; since you're flirting too strongly, he might find you less physically attractive. It's a bit of a catch-22, because the girls that most guys think they want aren't the ones flirting with them.
So, the trick with flirting is trying to make up the difference by being verbally attractive. You've got to "reprogram him" by making him feel just as sexy with you in his arms that he'd feel with the "mega babes." Believe it or not, a so-called "plain" woman who is an expert flirter can quickly get guys turned on.
Compliment his looks, clothes, or hair. If he compliments you back, he definitely likes you. Try to find the one attribute that he seems most proud of and mention that. So, if he has very carefully groomed facial hair, say that it looks really good on him. You might tell him that he looks just like some well-known hunk from TV or the movies.
Make gestures and twirl your hair while talking to the boy you like, also sit or stand in a nice way to attract attention. If you're shy, put on some lip gloss it always makes you feel more confident. Remember you'll just look silly if you just sit there and don't talk, so think about something interesting to talk about. Men love talking about themselves, especially when someone appears to be genuinely interested. Ask him about his favorite bands or movies, why he likes them, etc.
First off, realize that flirting is a game and should be played like one. It's supposed to be fun for both parties. You should also realize that there are stakes in flirting. How high will you raise the ante? Some guys are very aggressive flirters, but others are more relaxed and only vaguely suggestive. You can try to be cautious, but bear in mind that many women will be turned off if you seem afraid or intimidated by them.
Successful flirting also requires knowing something about the girl. Is she gorgeous? If so, she's probably heard about it all her life. One more dude telling her she's beautiful or whatever will not excite her in the least. Flirting with hot women requires a different (and more complicated) approach. Basically, you have to gently tug at their ego (dissing/teasing) while simultaneously offering an alternative (you). The reason this approach is so difficult is that it's very easy to actually offend the woman instead of just teasing her a bit. You might try something like, "Hmm...what's wrong with this picture?" (while gesturing at her). If she looks up or asks what, say something like, "Let me guess--you just came here because the other girls in this place make you look hot." The idea is to lace everything with a hint of sarcasm, but there should always be a compliment in there somewhere.
If the girl is not used to being flirted with, your job is much easier (and safer). You can begin by acting conspiratorial; lower your voice as though you don't want anyone else to hear. The topics depend on the context. If she's got on an unusual piece of jewelry or clothing, you can ask her where she got it. Start off by talking about things and only gradually move into actual comments about her, always paying attention to the style and tone of the response. A discussion about her earrings might proceed from where she got them, to the fact that they look great on her, to the fact that she's very pretty and could make any earrings look good.
Think of flirting as a series of checkpoints. If you mess up a little, you can retreat to the last checkpoint and try a different approach. If you mess up too badly, you'll just have to give up and move on. For instance, if you tell a girl that she has amazing eyes and then she tells you that her boyfriend or husband says that a lot, too, forget it. Likewise if she tries to cut off the conversation or says something like, "Well, thanks, but let's talk about something else." == ==
Ahhh, one of favorite sayings and I know several in my life. I just ignore them or make a joke. These people are up-tight generally because of things in their past or they have personal problems. They generally are good people. I surround myself with up-lifting friends, but keep those that have a lot of person problems on another level. I don't want to give up my anal rentative friends because I simply can just pull out the popcorn and let them entertain me. Sometimes just letting them talk eases things up. You could even talk to them about it, but from past experience you aren't going to change them.
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*the correct way to say i love you in chickasaw is 'Chiholloli'
Talk about anything, just keep the conversation flowing or it will become boring. If you are in school, or working talk about either of these as an example. Talk about whatever comes to mind.Another answer:Talking comes easily for some people. For others, it's a struggle for every sentence. Practice, practice, practice, beginning with people who don't intimidate you. Eventually, it'll be easier to talk to people you're attracted to.
It's not at all uncommon for shy people to fall in love with people who love to talk. They're a natural fit. The talker smoothes the couple's social interactions, the quieter person is a sounding board for the talker.
Because you asked this question, you must be one of the quieter people. Embrace your role, and learn to "talk" by asking the kind of questions people like to answer. For example:
* Tell me about your family.
* Who are you close to outside your family?
* What do you believe about God?
* Do you have any strong political beliefs?
* What do you love to study?
* What kinds of movies and television programs do you enjoy?
* What annoys you about people?
* Do you consider yourself an animal lover?
* How do you decide whether or not someone gets to be your friend?
* How much time do you spend online?
* What was your favorite childhood book?
* Where would you live if you couldn't live here?
* What's the most freaked out you've ever been?
* Who's the most over-rated celebrity?
* Have you ever been in an accident?
* How important is religion to you?
* Are you a morning person or a night owl?
* Would you rather watch sports, or play sports?
* Have you ever seen somebody die?
* What book would you take to a desert island?
* What did you struggle with in school?
Avoid yes/no questions. Don't ask "test" questions ("Have you ever read Proust?") that might cause the other person to feel stupid or belittled. Ask questions that cause the other person to imagine, or offer an opinion, and treat those answers with respect.
well you can start of by making eye contact across the room. Dont satre though as this will creep him/her out. Always smile, not a fully owned cheesy grin but just a glance and a smile at him will make him think Does she lie me. TRY get close to him and see what happens, if he stays were he/she is then start talking to them and go from there
well.... pick out the cutest. try to make an eye contact, overdo it to catch attention (hope he is not committed), when he looks at you give him smile then look away..... again give another smile.... after 4th or 5th he will approach u adios
(or be weirded out and run away...) - ....picking the cutest may not work for everyone; the strategy above can be as devastating as it is successful - the old adage is true - you cannot tell a book from it's cover....the cutest, handsomest, most appealing and wealthiest can also be the most devious evil personality you could ever hope to encounter - So you may want to go for mediocre to boost your confidence (who knows they may be a prince in frog's clothing). Also the above strategy only works if you AT someplace where you can meet someone - try volunteer groups (and not just the red cross, there are plenty of other ones - small theater groups usually need backstage help, discussion groups at cafe's or chains are also good for the shy for exposure. People watch at the mall - that doesn't mean stare!
It depends on the disability.
From personal experience I have found that women will not date a disabled man because of one major thing - money - they assume from the start that you will not be able to provide them with a long lasting relationship, will not be able to provide the with the sex as much as you would if you were healthy and you will not be around for a long period of time to protect them or give the support money wise that they expect you to give them.
Women do not want a man who is by their standards only half a man
Do not consider anyone half the person they are just because of a disability, I have been told by a few woman that they had thought about having a relationship with me but my disability stopped them because they were afraid I would not be able to support them.
It depends on what you were fighting about.
usually the best policy is to apologise seriously about whatever it is and if there's something you can acknowledge you're wrong about and will try to change, that's usually good (and if you take it seriously it might help stop another argument).
Apart from that, reaffirming that you love the person, that you think it's good you can argue and get things out of the way so that you can make up will usually work. And hell making up can be a lot of fun.
What she likes to do what sports avoided saying anything like how many boys have you dated save that for the second one How far she has gone.
what is important in your life money or love.i m telling love give me reason
When it comes to rejecting men nicely it's really easy, especially when you're married. Just let them know that you are, in fact, happily married. Then excuse yourself politely from their presence. The men that don't mind that you are married is quite the same. All you do is excuse yourself from them. Let them know that you have too much respect for yourself as well as your loved one to ever hurt him in that way. Personally I would tell them, "If I wanted to date around I never would've got married!" But that's just me! Plus if a man won't respect the fact that you are married then he won't respect you either. If there's a ring on your finger and they can see it... you don't NEED a way to be polite... just walk away.
It's unfortunate, but please keep moving. You will be the one that gets hurt. Most women (just like men) will not leave their mates, and if they do, it's like letting a caged bird free and it doesn't mean they will end up with the person they are having an affair with. If nothing has happened between you keep it that way and move on. Good luck Marcy I know it's far from an ideal situation but if it happened, would it be so wrong? her husband takes her for granted, she's scared and sad to accept this fact, it's hard to give up on a marriage; she's still young and very alone. One day she met this guy who "saw" her, listened to her, made her smile. She told him she was married but he answered he didn't had any fowl intentions, he just liked talking to her. Later on he realized there was something special about her, she made him feel like he hadn't felt for anyone before. Soon she didn't notice how or when but she also felt these strong feelings for him. She enjoyed being with him very much. They haven't kissed or anything yet, although they both know they want that. Right or wrong she's falling in love with him and he's falling in love with her. What should they do? should she try to stop seeing him now, even if they're only friends? Can this friend choose to stay next to her while she heads to a difficult divorce? It can't be right to leave a friend in difficult times. RUN LIKE HELL If you like each other very dearly then you should stay with her and help her to make this decision. She has to do what she wants, you cannot force her to take her decision. But make sure she really loves you and you are willing to be committed to her and support her. Be a good friend to her and help her first before you want any kind of relationship.
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If you are truly in loved you will feel it but you should know what is right and what is wrong if you ALOUD to date and you fell you're in love then ask them out it's not that hard maybe they like you to.
P.S. dont be shy
Flashback, are we in the 50's. Betty Crocker is only on cake boxes now. You are a women of a new age and a money maker and a individual, you be you for you and if he dont like it, then he wasnt worth it. You cant worry about pleasing someone else first, you will never be happy or complete inside. Yes, it is nice to be for someone but you need to define yourself first, then do for someone else. Live life and love who you are..By the way male chauvenists are a lost breed and are being replaced with men that arent intimidated by a strong beautiful women.
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Yes. I guess, but then that might activate some feelings. Just watch out.
goodnight --see you tomorrow
Yes it is normal. BEWARE! He could be married! If he is divorced, the you've got to find out why he hasn't remarried. It's odd to me that at 50 he's still wandering around. Usually men of that age are either recently divorced (or cheating) or a widower and most of them are scooped up quickly by some woman his own age because it's a fact there are more women on this earth than men. Age is usually no factor in true love, but I am sure you realize this man won't be able to keep up with you because of your youth and you'll soon grow tired of that. Ask some wives whose husbands come home after a long days work; has a shower, perhaps a drink, sits dazed in his chair well he waits for dinner. Not to mention he really isn't into conversation but suddenly comes alive if a football or hockey game is on. Ask a woman with a 50 year old man about the aches, pains he has and excuses he can find not to go out dancing or just having plain good old fun. While 50 isn't ancient (I'm 64, my husband 60) many of us strive to keep ourselves in good physical condition and we can run circles around some of the younger ones, but for every one of us, there are those men/women that don't physically look after themselves and they tend to have more health problems. If you truly are attractive to this man, then take it slow and easy and you might find out he's a lot of fun, and energetic and it could be right for you. There is nothing wrong with your age and his and the only way you are going to know what this man is all about is to go out with him. However, BE CAREFUL! Double date and don't go out alone together for the first couple of times and remain in crowded areas. A woman can't be too careful these days. The magic words are "slow and easy." Good luck Marcy
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