How To Flirt With Your Crush
How To Flirt With Your Crush
Not sure how to get your crush's attention? Afraid that you're not flirting the right way? This VideoJug film will give you the confidence you need to talk to anyone and take your relationship with your crush to the next level.
I'm going to be teaching you how to flirt with your crush, how to get their attention, and how to make them have fun in your company. First of all, throw away all sense of rejection. Throw away all negativity.
Throw away every single thing that makes you think, "I can't get this person. I can't get this person to like me. This person won't want to talk to me.
This person won't want to be around me." We all think like that. Every guy, every girl, has hang-ups.
They're too big, they're too small, they're too fat, they're too thin, they're too stupid, they're too something. Everybody's too something. Your battle to get this person's attention is going to need you to dump all of those things that you don't like about yourself.
Think of a time when you aced a test. Think of a time when you scored an amazing goal. Think about a time when you were having really good fun at a party.
Get a positive thought in your head and then go get them. Crucial thing: body language. It's not so much what you say, it's how you say it, and how you hold yourself when you talk to them.
Keep your shoulders back. Keep a good open posture. By that, I mean, keep your hands open, away from yourself.
Make gestures. The big thing that people get wrong when they're talking to someone that they fancy is they fold their arms. They get defensive, they look away, they look down, they don't talk to that person.
Be confident, be direct. Talk openly and clearly, and make sure this person hears what you're saying. The most attractive thing in the world, for a boy or girl, is eye contact.
Keep eye contact with them when you talk to them. If you're having trouble keeping eye contact with somebody, because it's really hard if you really fancy someone, if it's just the love of your life, it's really hard not to blush, it's hard not to look away, it's hard not to kind of talk to the floor. Practice keeping eye contact with people you don't fancy.
Practice keeping eye contact with people you don't fancy. This might sound really peculiar. Why would you want to talk to people you don't fancy? If you can talk to people you don't fancy really confidently, it's easier to talk to someone that you do fancy and have great confidence.
Talk to people you've never spoken to before. Talk to complete strangers.
Think about it. Somebody who doesn't, a footballer or a striker, or a rugby player, doesn't score goals on the weekend just because he turned up with a ball and his kit. He scores because he practices all day, every day.
You're going to practice, you're going to practice your flirting muscles and your conversational skills. When it comes to flirting, flirting is a science. The little touches matter an awful lot.
First of all, have a big smile. If you're smiling, people will think you're fun to be around. They'll enjoy your company.
The mean and moody look doesn't work with flirting. Aggro guys don't flirt. Have a big smile, think about what you do with your lips, the lips are incredibly sensual muscles.
Use your lips a lot when you talk, enunciate words clearly. You don't have to effect a really strange pout, Just be a bit sensual.
Relax your face, have fun with your expressions. A big thing is contact. Once you've initiated a conversation with someone, once you're really getting to know someone, once you've got lots of fun things going on, maybe touch their arm.
If you're in a position where you think, "Look, I'd really like to take things further, maybe I'm going to kiss this person", just a light touch on the outside of their arm. If you're sitting down, maybe a light touch on their wrist. Touches initiate contact, because contact is how you're going to take this relationship further.
The one big thing that people worry about when they're talking to someone that they fancy is they think, "Oh my God, I've got nothing to say".