by Madame Noire
If you’re lucky to strike a great conversation with a woman and the chat is as if you’ve been friends for years, it’s because she’s comfortable with you.
SEXY EYE CONTACT
It all starts with the eyes, doesn’t it? If you notice her ogling you from head to toe, that’s a sure sign that she’s is digging your steelo.
The smile is one of the universal signs that you are feeling positive towards someone. Provided it is genuine, then the man should be able to deduce that his presence is appreciated.
SHE INITIATES CONVERSATION
If a girl initiates the conversation, this is a major sign that she is into you. Typically, most women usually wait for the guy to come over to her, so this is a really good sign for the fellas if she has taken the first step.
Personal space is mostly about 18 inches, but if a woman gets into your area code, or even finds excuses to playfully touch you, you can always guarantee that she’s interested.
Once the conversation starts going strong, and she begins to lob those R-rated jokes your way, it’s a healthy indicator that she wants to know how “with it” you really are.
The unconscious habit of a woman playing with her hair means that she is curious or open to a man’s advances. Men normally keep watch if she begins wrapping her fingers around her hair, and know to keep the conversation flowing.
SHE STEPS INTO YOUR PRIVATE SPACE
A woman who stays inside a “safe distance” from you is probably nervous, especially if she’s not particularly touchy-feely. But if she happens to do any lingering touches where she doesn’t quickly remove her hand, then realize she’s trying to get your vibe.
WELL-PLACED DOUBLE ENTENDRES
A man is able to pick up on a woman who is flirting with him especially if it involves subtle double meaning that holds an erotic undercurrent. Even an unremarkable phrase like, “You can look, but don’t touch,” can be alluring when said by a beautiful woman and a man will play tit-for-tat however she likes.
SHE LAUGHS AT YOUR JOKES
A big part of flirting involves humor and the reactions shared between two interested parties. A man is able to judge whether a woman’s just practicing her Uptown Citizens Brigade or if she’s really trying to bust up your funny bone. If you’re a woman who’s unable to have good comedic timing, don’t worry, a good guy will be able to offer the yuks up in full.
Women are great listeners and interject comments to keep the conversation lively. If she’s interested, a man will notice that she will expostulate endlessly about anything that you too find fascinating.
A LACK OF INHIBITION
If you’re lucky to strike a great conversation with a woman and the chat is as if you’ve been friends for years, it’s because she’s comfortable with you. That comfortability is a genuine flirt maneuver that only works if both parties are game.
Similar to eyes in the manner that they are expressive, a woman’s nostrils when flared doesn’t mean she’s a raging bull who is angry. Instead, she’s interested in knowing the scent of your cologne, but doesn’t want to make it obvious. This is one of the most overlooked signs of body language that a keen man can only appreciate after being equally interested in a woman.
SHE CARESSES EROGENOUS ZONES
When a woman intentionally breaks the contact barrier during any point of a conversation, it is a sure sign that she’s interested. Whether it is as obvious as touching your knee while making a point, or as slight as brushing her cheek against yours to tell you a secret — her touching such erogenous zones mean that is her way of showing you that she’s in-sync with you.
Whether a woman strokes your hair, tilts her hip,or licks her lips, it is all done with the intention of calling attention to her attractiveness.
SHE FACES YOU
When a woman is focusing her energy or body towards yours, she is giving you the signal that she is open to your advances. A man should be receptive to how a woman positions her feet to acknowledge whether or not she wants to kick it with him.
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