Flirting Tips for Girls:
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101 Flirting Hints for Girls



1-When you talk to him, flip your hair gorgeous hair:]
2- Eye contact is fital, as everyone says. Look at him for a moment, and smile for another two, then wink with a grin and go back to doing or staring at whatever it was you were before.
3- If you're sitting; cross your leg, so your foot is pointing towards him, noramlly its a sign you like the person your foot is pointed towards. and it shows a little leg;]
4- When you don't know whether he likes you or not and you havnt talked to him for awhile.. Don't be the 1st one to do everything. Big wrongo, way to look desperado, definantly. But text him one day... and maybe 3-4days later another or call. If he doesnt reply after the 2-3try Don't waste your time, he probably wont ever return your messages.
5- When talking/flirting with a guy slightly lean towards him, it shows interest and not only in the subject but him too.
6- look fors:
*When a guys jaw is flexed it can mean he really wants to do somthing crazy to you:], or that he's sorely pissed; depending on the situation.
*If his veins are bumped with blood and you can see them popping out some, like he jsut went running, he's majorly turned on by you.
*If he keeps looking at your lips, hes so ready for a kiss
*And if you're alone with him and have a wall or somthing stable like that, surprise him by randomly grabbing low on his hips and pushing against him, like a boyfriend sandwich between U & the Wall. Full on arrousing him with a love-thirsty, leaveing him wanting more, kiss. Doesnt even have to be french, though that would deepens it, but deep and hard. Remember not to push TO hard, or you'll end up hitting his head or somthing and have his attention where you don't want.


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