Do you flirt only with strangers and people you have never dated?
It seems as though most people rarely flirt or use sexual innuendo with their spouses or long-term significant other. The same types of comments which were once welcomed or seemed humorous are often later seen as immature, silly, or annoying. Letting go of flirting/dating practices is one of the first steps towards growing stale in a relationship. What do you think?
I absolutely agree with you! Relationships get more dull and boring over time and a little flirting might be the perfect drug to spice up things between partners!
I think there is nothing dangerous in it and may be, it's really a great fun and a nice pastime. But sometimes this can bring about trouble in marriages and relationships. You have to be well prepared to stop it when you feel that your flirting is turning to something ugly.
Hi dashingscorpio, I agree, its important to keep the flirting and romance in a long term relationship. Both partners need to feel appreciated and desired and there is no reason why this has to wane after time. If you love someone, how they feel will be important to you and it will be natural for you to want to make them feel good.
ha ha, this remind me of this story. I saw this hot chick once and I played a joke asking whether she is pregnent and she said "no, you really know how to woo a girl you know" (sarcacstically, of course) and I said "Since when did I say that I am trying to Woo you?" and for some reason, she started flirting with me for the rest of the entire night. I didn't let laid though, but man, it was wierd. I played a joke saying "I should have this tape recorded, so i can black mail you threatening to show it to your boy friend" and she said "I don't have a boy friend, that is why I am flirtying with you." (Ha my theory about her action is more as a result of "You want what you can't get routin") It is official, when you want a girl that is hot and she know she is hot and have plenty of guy liking her, reverse psychology, sometime give you an edge. I didn't ask her out, because I think she was just joking about the wanting me to ask her out thing. I think she is just flirting, that is all.
I always flirt with my boyfriend - it keeps things fresh just like it was in the beginning!
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