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Genetic Peacockery Because flirting is an easy way for us to display our genes, mating potential, and interest, nature put a lot toward its success.
This is one of the reasons why some males birds have exotic plumes, why elk carry hefty antlers (a sign of a healthy immune system), and why male fiddler crabs have such large claws.
Though I hate the stereotype of a giggly, doe-eyed blonde, women laugh and open their eyes wide not because they’re ditzy, but because it conveys an image of surrender and youth.
(No Dolly Parton was so jovial and popular.) While both men and women will make prolonged eye contact with people they’re interested in, a woman might also lick her lips, helping to bring visual attention to the mouth.
If someone is staring at your lips he may be thinking of how to kiss them.
Though a man might not pound his chest like Tarzan while in a crowd, it’s only because of social constraints.
The theory behind this is that people are drawn to others who are like them.Perhaps most importantly, these signals show that you’re not intending to dominate or flee. Moves Have Messages By studying humans in their natural courting habitat (usually bars), scientists have been able to document the movements we make when we’re interested in someone else. A woman smiles, raises her eyebrows, opens her eyes wide, holds a gaze, fidgets with her hair, lowers and tilts her head, and laughs.A man might jut out his chin, try to make his chest appear as large as possible, unconsciously flex an arm, laugh aloud, and smile. By comparing our actions with those of animals, it becomes clear that moves have messages. With a tipsy grin I shot back, “Oh please, we’re all adults here. I stumbled over my words trying to explain myself, “Umm.. I’m sorry if it came off like that.” They told me how it weird and they weren’t going to answer a question like that. They initially gave me the same attitude, but this time the liquid courage gave me a comeback.