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    So in class today, we had a free lesson.

    There's a girl who sits nearly perpendicular to me (more so on the right)
    Today, during the free lesson, she turned 90 degrees (the direction where I sit) and crossed her legs...

    Doing some research, some say it could be a bad sign or a good one..

    Also, she was doing that ''loose shoe'' thing and her foot (the one crossed over) was pointing towards me.

    ..Opinions please?
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    You're in! Go go go! Get your ass moving soldier! What's that? You're scared? *Pushes out of door*
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    I think you're reading too much in to this.

    In theory the cross leg thing means their being defensive. And if their feet are pointed towards you it means they're interested.
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    Man she wants your sperm badly!!!!! .....................:pierre:
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    You're in! Go go go! Get your ass moving soldier! What's that? You're scared? *Pushes out of door*
    LOL! :borat:
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    Was she facing that way because she was talking to someone else?
    Was she looking at you?
    Has she ever talked to you?
    Really it could be anything without more details
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So in class today, we had a free lesson.

    There's a girl who sits nearly perpendicular to me (more so on the right)
    Today, during the free lesson, she turned 90 degrees (the direction where I sit) and crossed her legs...

    Doing some research, some say it could be a bad sign or a good one..

    Also, she was doing that ''loose shoe'' thing and her foot (the one crossed over) was pointing towards me.

    ..Opinions please?
    you're thinking that she wanted to **** the **** out of you, aren't you.

    I'm afraid not, she was just more comefitable sitting like that.
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    Ever thought she just wanted to cross her legs...? Might be wiser to put your energy into talking to her, not reading her 'body language'.
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    You're reading way too much into this.
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    (Original post by mathperson)
    you're thinking that she wanted to **** the **** out of you, aren't you.

    I'm afraid not, she was just more comefitable sitting like that.
    ....

    I don't think like that. She isn't that kind of person either.



    Besides the thing that is rather, uh, unusal is that she was facing my way AND not exactly doing anything during the free lesson.





    Yes, we have talked before. She's a close friend of mine.


    So I research 'weird' things... So what?

    Though... thanks for the opinions I guess. Even with the sarcasm...

    Anymore pl0x?
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    (Original post by Stargazer23)
    Was she facing that way because she was talking to someone else?
    Was she looking at you?
    Has she ever talked to you?
    Really it could be anything without more details

    Oh good a helpful person...

    OK.
    I can't give loads of detail away but...

    Yeah she did look at me a few times.
    She has talked to me. We are friends.
    No, she wasn't necessary talking to someone else. Only when the teacher asked her something.
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    Haven't a clue.

    though, from what I researched, body language CAN be a sign. Doesn't work with everyone.

    Don't ask me anymore though. I'm terrible at this stuff.
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    i think your reading too much into this.
    i always sit with my legs crossed.. its more comfortable..
    and i also do that "loose shoe" thing too, for no reason.. my shoe just comes loose....
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    Geometry of female body-language 101

    ..maybe pay more attention to her facial expressions, gesticulations, eye contact and, better yet, the things she says to you.. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    Anymore pl0x?

    My train of thought went like this:

    "Hi, are you a Mr. Anonymous, yes? Sign here please. I've got your delivery of 500 plox.

    'Hey Larry! Yeah, this is the right place, start unloading them!'

    Enjoy your plox!"

    Yes yes, I am strange.

    :ahee:
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    Did she get her vagina out?

    If she did, don't be fooled. Girls get their vaginas out to stun their prey. She's about to attack.


    It's totally true. I read it in a book once. It had pictures. I saw things, man. I saw things.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So in class today, we had a free lesson.

    There's a girl who sits nearly perpendicular to me (more so on the right)
    Today, during the free lesson, she turned 90 degrees (the direction where I sit) and crossed her legs...

    Doing some research, some say it could be a bad sign or a good one..

    Also, she was doing that ''loose shoe'' thing and her foot (the one crossed over) was pointing towards me.

    ..Opinions please?
    I've never seen so much maths in a description of body language of a girl
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    Oh god.

    The majority of you guys must be REALLY bored.

    Please, joke all you want, but at least give an opinion based on the question.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Oh god.

    The majority of you guys must be REALLY bored.

    Please, joke all you want, but at least give an opinion based on the question.
    Fine, I'll take my plox and leave. Sniff...
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    Dude, I'm not joking. I'm deadly serious.

    Beware of her vagina.
 
 
 
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