It’s an age-old question: does she like you or doesn’t she? It’s almost like women are from another planet since they throw off all sorts of clues that can be impossible to interpret. Learn how to determine if she likes you, and then use that knowledge to help seal the deal.
- It’s all in the eyes. When she looks at you, is she really looking at you? Take note of her eye contact. If she’s distracted and looking all around at everything and everyone but you, then she probably is not that interested. However, if she looks intently at you and maintains that eye contact, then she might be all yours. Another hint: does she hold the eye contact for a while and then coyly look down or away briefly? If so, then she’s demonstrating a classic flirtation move. Nicely done.
- Does she touch you? If she casually touches your arm while speaking or places her hand on your knee while you are deep in conversation, then this could mean that she likes you. Both men and women will touch the opposite sex if there’s an attraction—many times, it goes unnoticed. Be on the lookout for this fail-safe cue to determine if she likes you.
- She still goes out with her friends. This may seem counter-intuitive, but if she maintains her relationships with her gal pals and is not available at your every demand, there’s a better chance that she likes you. Women play hard to get with men; they want to be available for your texts, phone calls and dates, but woman-code dictates that they are unavailable (or at least act unavailable) in the beginning stages of a relationship. According to women, this should make you like them more. It’s a dang shame they are right.
- She laughs at your jokes. Even if they’re not funny. If a girl likes you, she’ll try to make you feel that she’s enjoying your company; she’ll laugh to get you to keep talking. Beware if her laughter gives off more than a hint of nervousness (a little nervousness is ok and helps to spark sexual tension) or has an air of “get me outta here.” If this happens, you’ll have to change tactics fast to keep her interested.
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