Flirting is a behavior that attracts the attention of the opposite sex. 10 facts about flirting to help you navigate secret love signals.
1. Those who flirt more get more attention
Most attention is paid not to the most attractive – the most flirty. If you send 35 â€śsignalsâ€ť per hour to representatives of the opposite sex, you can count on average four small romantic adventures over the same time period. It might seem that 35 signals are a lot, but a flirty girl, knowingly or not, sends signals almost non-stop. A head tilt and a light touch will also be a signal.
2. Three quick glances are enough
In order for a person to begin to guess that you are interested in him, it is enough to cast only three glances at him. One trick to get hold of someone’s attention is to catch your eye and hold it for 2-3 seconds. (This may seem very short, but in fact it will seem like an eternity, unromantic views last an average of 1.18 seconds).
3. A smile in which â€ścrow’s feetâ€ť form at the corners of the eyes is a good sign
A smile with â€ścrow’s feetâ€ť in the corners of the eyes is a sign that a person is sincerely glad to see you. If you are smiling, but the â€śpawsâ€ť are not visible, then the smile is most likely a false one.
4. Flirting on the Internet is easiest
With friends on Facebook and video chats on Skype, flirting with strangers is easy. Finger chatter is becoming mainstream.
For example, sexting – the exchange of SMS of explicit content, photographs – is usually considered entertainment for teenagers. However, from the survey, 2,252 adults interviewed by phone in May 2018, it is clear that such a pastime is most typical for people from 18 to 29 years old.
Almost a third of respondents from this age category admitted that they received erotic photographs from those with whom they were familiar, 13 percent said that they themselves had sent candid photos.
Sometimes flirty gestures do not mean at all what seems to us.
5. Studies have shown that men tend to take friendships for flirting
Surprisingly, a simple concern for a person or questions about his health or impressions of yesterday’s match are accepted by men for flirting.
6. Want to know how he / she treats you – pay attention to his / her feet
The toes of a personâ€™s legs are usually directed in the direction where he intends to go, so if someoneâ€™s thumbs point at you, then this is a good sign. In another direction – not very good. If they point to each other (slight clubfoot) – also not bad. This means that a person subconsciously tries to cringe and seem harmless and accessible â€¦ and it may well mean that he likes you, even very.
7. Imitation is a sign of attraction
We mimic the behavior of people we like. So if you want to understand how much someone likes you, take a look at the watch or scratch your hand or cross your legs and see if he/she repeats your movement. This will mean that your object is subconsciously trying to adapt to you, and this is a good sign.
8. Flirting is good for your health
Studies have shown that flirting men and women form more white blood cells, which positively affect immunity and overall health.
9. Be careful, don’t go too far
According to the results of a sociological study, the most common mistake when flirting is too long eye contact.
10. Friendly or flirty?
Friendly communication may be like flirting, but real flirting will always give itself away. A woman plays with her hair, looking for a reason shaking her hips, defiling past you into the bathroom, or biting her lips. A man can reach out or stick his hands in his pockets (so he seems wider in the shoulders).