(Original post by Anonymous)
When would bad body language ever mean good, unless you're looking to humiliate someone (i.e bad body language when you've insulted someone)?!?
Your whole response is categorical gobbledegook ... i.e I'm not responding to you again.
I didn't say 'bad body language' did I? I said that 'negative body language' isn't by definition a bad thing.
Have you seen those movies where there's a super creepy guy hitting on girls? The reason that guy feels super creepy is that he's displaying enormously positive body language. The terms positive and negative body language are kind of misnomers in that 'positive' seems to elicit a sense that it is correct.
You would display negative body language if you don't want to appear too needy. Confident people often display negative body language such as turning slightly away from the person they're talking to or shaping their legs as if to walk away which makes them appear that they are talking to a person, but that they are perfectly happy for the interaction to end. This is a very attractive trait.
What has happened here is that you've learnt about 1% of a subject and decided that you are a master of it.
Either way it doesn't affect my answer though. You wrote a ****ty love letter to a girl that made you look like a needy loser and this girl is stringing you along as a backup plan in case it doesn't work out with guys that she actually wants to date.
If you are over her like you're trying to claim you wouldn't be writing long posts online about her and then getting angry when people don't think that she's into you.
You know best though, just keep plowing on with your positive body language techniques and your poetry about how she makes you feel in your inside places and don't bother listening to advice. It's all going to work out for you.