The game of “a man is a hunter, and a woman is the prey” is ancient, but it’s still apt sometimes. Women love brave and decisive knights. But you’ll probably agree that sometimes that interest needs to be encouraged. And this should be done very cautiously because when prey is easy to get, it’s not as valuable anymore. So how should you let a man know that you are interested in him but keep him wanting to play? We’ve got a plan!
2. Show your interest.
Bad: “I can’t understand people who love riding motorbikes. It’s very dangerous!”
Good: “I have always wanted to know why people love riding motorbikes so much! It looks quite dangerous.”
3. Ask for help.
4. Thank them sincerely.
By the way, gratitude is an ideal moment for flirting. Come closer, touch him, and look into his eyes. Invite him to your place for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine.
5. Help a man feel strong.
Of course, it’s quite weird to talk about safety and security without a reason, so “help” a man take care of you. For example, ask him to walk you home because it’s dark or it’s raining and you don’t have an umbrella (even if you do).
6. Be direct.
7. Be consistent.
8. Don’t try to become a friend.
9. Use your eyes.
And a few more words:
When you are trying to stick to your course of action, don’t overdo it with compliments, asking for help, and so on. Men should be in doubt until the very end: he shouldn’t know if you like him or not. This won’t let him lose the feeling that he is hunting you, and it’s not the other way around.
But what should you do if none of these tricks work? There are 2 options here: you either tell the man how you feel or you stop wasting your time and look around because there must be a lot of other men that deserve your attention. Both of these decisions are right, and the choice simply depends on the woman, her principles, and her character. Which decision would you make?
Culled from Bright Side
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He is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom. He has diplomas in Banking and Finance, Investigative Journalism, Creative Writing, and Linguistics from Lagos State Polytechnic, Isolo, Lagos, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland and The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.