Guys are pretty basic. We usually decide whether or not we like a girl within the first 5 minutes. Probably a bit sad, but it's true. Flirting with a guy most likely won't make him like you if he doesn't already, but if he does already, it'll give him the confidence to do something about it.
Thanks for your comment, it's interesting to hear men's point of view.
Flirting is not so much what you say, as how you "do." The French call it "savoir faire," which literally means "knowing how to do." It is the ability to act well in social situations.. In other words, a woman (or man) must know how to give off the right impression or vibes. You can flirt by walking past a man; but you have to "walk well." Good posture, shoulders back, having seeming confidence, a ready smile...
I have written about this. It's also about Owning your space. At any rate, that is what I have always done, and it works like a charm. In nearly all, if not all cases, I never had to say a word to attract a man. This is not so much a matter of beauty, as in how beautiful you feel. It has to do with creating an "aura" of beauty.
Being a man I can tell you that if we are NOT attracted to a woman there is no amount of flirting that she could do that will change that. Some guys will make an (exception) if they are in a nightclub and it's "last call for alcohol". However he would only see her as "low hanging fruit". I know that sounds cold but that is a fact of life.
Neither gender can (make) the other be attracted to them. Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder! One man's opinion
Alright, the most important is mutual attraction.
How about if you're just teasing him? I once met a pro snowboarder who was a dynamo onscreen, but a shrinking violet in person. I sang "Son of a Preacher Man" to him, and he blushed and walked out. But he was cool with it. I wasn't coming on to him.
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