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Bret is an environmental
site assessor in Toledo, Ohio. Lisa had her "site assessed"
recently by Bret and both have been going out ever since.
"What did it for me," she recalled fondly, "is
he walked by me when I was gabbing with my friends and whispered
in my ear... He said he had a secret he wanted to tell me
...His secret was that I was wearing the best perfume he
had ever smelled and wanted to know where I got it."
Lisa laughed. "Perhaps it was orchestrated but he
sure caused the hairs on my neck to rise up. Plus, I got
a nice whiff of his cologne and I was smitten."
How could she not be smitten: Bret was well groomed, smelled
pleasant, was complimentary and lastly, was a gentleman.
The telling of a "secret" was the icing on the
cake and an excellent flirting touch.
PJ met at the San Diego Zoo where PJ works as a zoologist.
She was part of a summer program called "Walking the
Zoo" where she and others in the group would meet each
weekday and power walk the expanse of the famous zoo.
It was during one such times, she caught the eye of PJ.
"I love animals and that is why I choose
this program to walk at the zoo," she told Flirtng.com.
"Little did I suspect I would ever meet a guy there
but I guess I shouldn't be that surprised about it?
Other animal lovers would naturally gravitate towards zoos
Sarah is right. Good men are hard to
find, especially at bars. But if you love animals and you
are at the zoo, chances are you will find the perfect male
to bring out your flirting animal instinct. He might be
a baboon but then most men are when it comes to flirting.
Maria and Ben met at a bar in Milwaukee.
Maria would often sit at a table, thus sending the flirting
message that she was a little less approachable versus
taking a stool at the bar in the middle of all the action.
"I realized that men were not coming
over to me and flirting and I was disappointed," she
said. "I am traditional and I don't want to initiate
the flirting. I like when they do.... I thought
that maybe I seemed unavailable sitting at the table.
Soon as I went to the bar, Ben moved right in. So, maybe
I was right."
Maria was right on. Bars have "hot
flirting zones" and ones that say that more privacy
is desired. The bar itself is traditionally the most
open flirting zone and hence the "hottest."
Tables are "warm" and a table way back in the
corner "cold." When she entered the bar's hot
flirting zone she entered Ben's world.
Lisa and Geoff met at the wedding rehearsal
dinner for their mutual friends that eventually divorced
three years later. The ceremony was not all lost,
however. Lisa and Geoff who flirted with each during
the whole wedding ceremony recently exchanged vows of their
"I am so lucky to have met him at the
wedding," she said. "I felt bad that things
didn't work out for my friend, but Geoff is the perfect
guy for me... My friend is very happy that something
good came of it all. So am I."
Weddings are prime flirting environments.
Lisa and Geoff did well that night to keep the flirting
going and now they can proudly host one of their own nuptial
events. Who knows? Maybe two other flirts will one
day say they met the day Lisa and Geoff tied the knot.
Maybe it will be you.
Chris and Helen are undecided
undergrads at the University of Texas. They can't
decide on what degrees to pursue but they have decided they
would like to pursue each other. They would meet at
their work-study jobs in the Dean's office and flirt with
each other all day. He would fire rubber bands at
her while she was not looking and she would do things like
unplug his mouse when he stepped away. But, above
all, he would give her compliments every day.
"Every day he had something nice to say and there
was no shortage of his compliments," she said.
"I realized I was falling for him when he got reassigned
to a different department and I noticed how empty the office
became. I missed our games. I missed the nice things
he would say. So I called him up and we met at the library
to study. We study all the time together now.
He still fires rubber bands at me."
Chris makes excellent use of compliments and playful tomfoolery.
You don't need a college degree to know that it pays to
be liberal when giving compliments to anyone you deem to
be flirtworthy. The point to remember is meaning it.
Insincerity is the bane of complimentary flirts.
Piper and Willie from Pennsylvania are two care free spirits
that love to run around and throw caution to the wind.
They met each other--unbelievably perhaps--when her car
crashed into a pumpkin wagon knocking it over. You
see Willie owns a real pumpkin farm and he was just getting
ready for the fall harvest. He was crossing a road
in a pumpkin wagon when she nearly killed him.
"I was so embarrassed because I was speeding,"
she said, "but Willie didn't seem to be so upset about
it. In fact, he joked. 'Hey, Lady, I hope you
don't think I just fell off the pumpkin wagon! I found his
sense of humor to be very cute. He seemed to like how positive
I was about it."
Piper did well by maintaining her carefree attitude even
in a potentially embarrassing situation. This was
a good sign to Willie that maybe he met someone that could
ride next to him in his wagon any time. Perhaps he
figured the roads would be much safer with her in the wagon
next to him where he could do the driving.
From New Orleans comes
the flirting tale of Sean, a young man of few words, and
Sally, a poet of many. They decided to meet after
flirting online for nearly four months.
They choose a local bar and ever since they have been as
inseparable as the French Quarter and wild times.
"Sean did well in my book because he kept it simple,"
she said. "I didn't feel a lot of pressure to
meet him. After a while he finally asked me out."
Sean agreed. "I was getting frustrated because
things were developing so slowly. I wanted to actually
see her in person because I loved her poems. I was
glad I was patient and was not disappointed."
If you want your online flirting to evolve just like Sean's
and Sally's then start off by keeping things simple.
Quick responses and easy questions are the key to great
online flirting. Remove the pressure and there will
be little. Remember the KISS principle when it comes
to flirting: Keep It Simple, Stupid. If you do, you
are bound to look smart and your flirting shall be, say,
Lisa and Bo in Jackson, Mississippi, met when Bo approached her
at a gas station. Before she could get out of the
car, Bo was cleaning the dusty back window of her SUV with
a squeegee. She thought he looked kind of stylish
for a gasoline attendant, what with his Abercrombie and
Fitch outfit and billboard smirk. He seemed a little
too happy to be doing it.
"Excuse me, do you work here," she asked.
Bo smiled. Right on schedule, he replied, "I
not only work here, I own the company."
She errupted in laughter.
Bo made good use of exaggerating humor to flirt with Lisa.
So if someone asks you what you do for a living and you
answer "Warren Buffet's investment manager" while
you are pumping gas you are well on your way to mastering
this technique. If you really are Warren Buffet's
investment manager, even better! If you pump gas
for a living for real, well you are only doing it because
you might buy the company. Get it now? Good.
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