Women cannot just walk up to a man and “hit” on him.
They send out signs that almost blend in with the environment.
He asks me out for a second date, and takes down my phone number.
He even talks specifics for the next date (what day, what we might do).
Guys can be somewhat uneasy at first when they meet a woman.
It varies from guy to guy (and also depends on how many women he’s dated), but sometimes it takes a bright blinking neon sign in order for a guy to know that a woman likes him.
But these men do f language plays a small role in the way women tell you that they like you then what plays the main role?
The answer is simple: over a time span of several thousand years women have developed the unique ability to make .
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