I can talk to anybody I'm not shy. I talk to strangers all the time. I talk to women too. I just can't seem to flirt with them.
It's like there is this invisible boundary that I can't cross.
yeah that's what i try to do...but somehow after the initial 'spark' things just stagnate.
YO LEGS MUST BE TIRED AS HELL COS U BEEN RUNNIN IN MY HEAD ALL DAY YO!
Well, honsestly, you have to try being nice, compliments never hurt, not to many at least, and once you think one topic is too drawn out, or she does, try to change topics.
Let's say you meet a girl in a sports store. Obviously she's single by the ways she's shopping around the girls stuff, or yadda yadda. Then you talk about whatever sport thing is in her hand. Say, a pink basket ball. Ask her if she likes basket ball, and just start talking. Then, to other sports. Then to other things. Just try to bring other things up. Girls don't expect boys to know everything immediately!!!
what is flirting, actually?
i've never really understood what it actually means to flirt...
Flirting is being friendly, with some slight sexual hints. The sexual hints can be simple compliments, body language, or even some touching.
To be honest though, it is one of those things you can't define. Apparently I am a huge flirt, and I didn't realize it until recently. I always thought I was being friendly, but I there is a thin blurry line between friendly and flirty.
Hahhaha, seem i'm a flirty guy as well. Mny of my females friends have tried to seduce me out of the blue, and it turned that they said i was the one flirting first. Sucks a little.
winking and smiling.. while standing more close than in normal conversation. trying to reach or slightly touch other body during it feels good man :P
>i get this 'stalling' feeling...like we're just talking about the stuff and once the 'topic' has run it's course it's back to square one.
A topic of common interest is a nice opening, because it gives you time to find useful information about the other person. But it can only do so much. You have to use that window of opportunity to advance the relationship, and not simply stagnate and exhaust the topic. The common interest will be regularly useful in a relationship, but of course it can't be the only resource you use to further your relationship.