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    So I like this girl and I've done some research on the "signs"...

    We're giving a lot of eye contact, which apparently is a great sign...

    There's also "mimicking". Apparently you mimick people you're attracted to? I'm not sure whether this is mimicking though:

    This has occurred several times during the space of 2 hours. We were sat next to each other and every time I started to write, she would write. When I finished she would finish soon after and then look over at my book.

    When I leaned back, she leaned back... when I moved forward, she moved forward.

    Which of these would you consider "mimicking?".
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I like this girl and I've done some research on the "signs"...

    We're giving a lot of eye contact, which apparently is a great sign...

    There's also "mimicking". Apparently you mimick people you're attracted to? I'm not sure whether this is mimicking though:

    This has occurred several times during the space of 2 hours. We were sat next to each other and every time I started to write, she would write. When I finished she would finish soon after and then look over at my book.

    When I leaned back, she leaned back... when I moved forward, she moved forward.

    Which of these would you consider "mimicking?".
    Maybe you are both good note takers? (but seriously, I don't think that one counts unless you're doodling and she starts doing as well - if you have a reason to write something down, she probably does as well).

    I've heard of this but I find that I imitate anyone that I know

    But I s'pose it's possible that it's a sign.
 
 
 
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