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Why do third parties notice "signals" better then the person involved? Watch

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    I'm just curious as to why it always tends to happen, two people are intrested in each other and third parties can see oit (friends, co-workers etc.) but not the people involved

    I've been the recipiant of this i have also been the person that "see's" it

    I'm just curious as to people's opinons as to why this happens
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    Because the third party is outside of the situation so can see the full picture rather than being caught up in individual feelings.

    People do normally know on a sub-conscious level that someone likes them also I think but are scared to admit it to themselves or other people just in case it isn't true (which it is in most cases.)
 
 
 
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