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    Eye contact is usually a big giveaway isn't it?
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    (Original post by Phantom Phoenix)
    Eye contact is usually a big giveaway isn't it?
    Definitely.

    Maybe you just click with them more...you have long conversations about interesting things in the common room and don't notice that the bell has gone and everyone else has disappeared. I think a little bit of showing off is a giveaway. Although it's not really showing off, more letting someone know that you like them by wanting to see how they react to your music or art or whatever.

    I have no idea how you can distinguish between the three types of flirting. Although, my subconscious must, because I tend to make the first move and have never made a wrong judgement...
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    (Original post by sssh)
    Definitely.

    Maybe you just click with them more...you have long conversations about interesting things in the common room and don't notice that the bell has gone and everyone else has disappeared. I think a little bit of showing off is a giveaway. Although it's not really showing off, more letting someone know that you like them by wanting to see how they react to your music or art or whatever.

    I have no idea how you can distinguish between the three types of flirting. Although, my subconscious must, because I tend to make the first move and have never made a wrong judgement...
    I agree, you just feel a deeper connection. Sometimes when you talk it's just more intense, and though you could be talking about something stupid or work or something, it's like it doesn't matter what you're talking about, it's what's going on between you with body language and stuff. Also yeah the eye contact thing and they will look at you more
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    how nice it would be if you could distinguish if someone was flirting with you or just being nice because they like you as a friend, or just acting how they normally do *sigh* it would stop a lot of unnecessary fancying.. hehe xx
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    (Original post by music<3)
    how nice it would be if you could distinguish if someone was flirting with you or just being nice because they like you as a friend, or just acting how they normally do *sigh* it would stop a lot of unnecessary fancying.. hehe xx
    and making yourself look a moron and want the whole world to swallow you whole lol
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    Copying body language!
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    Innuendo and double-entendre. Seldom have I confidence of the sort required to flaunt aught other than my 'wit' as a putative means to attraction.

    That said, I do dance; although, being honest, any attraction elicited by such is little more than a happy co-incidence. Not because I'm inept (far from it); rather, because I'm widely regarded as being physically 'ugly' in the traditional sense of the word.
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    ur not ugly! (if thats u in the picture..) ;>
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    say if the person you fancied smiled at you (but they dont fancy you back or they dont know you fancy them) and you stuck your tongue out in a cheeky way would that be flirting?
 
 
 
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