If you are exposed in office or happen to meet somewhere, the second time you met, gesture suggest that she like you.eg when shaking hand, she holds your hand with her 2 hands and tabs your hand. I think she is in love ? Is that enough to suggest that she is ready for you?
No... she could have been unsteady or is over friendly...
What do you mean by "ready"
Making assumptions or guesses like you've done in this post, could only get you into trouble.
Someone's wife, interested or not, isn't your place to expand on her interests, whether perceived or not.
yeah usat i think you are really going to hit the big time with this little lady....
You all are responding from a western perspective. The guy seems to be from Malaysia, and they might have different norms of what man can own. Have no idea if they really are, just bringing your attention to this point.
The only sure way to know is to sleep with her a couple of times
It is so hard to refrain from this one. Of course, she is completely in love and completely ready for you.
I am wondering what you have to expose to get such a quick result. I hope it is not what I am thinking of. Men are on most part completely delusional. Too long an exposition may kill the deal.
I would recommend just to be on a safe side wait until she (after another exposure) gives you with those two hands a legal statement
"I am completely ready for seduction. Date, Signature, Witnesses. Medical Checks, I am completely aware of the malfunctions that may arise before, during and after and it will be your fault because you were the one who started it."
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