5. When she makes excuses to touch you
“It’s weird but might just be me. But when I take a guy’s shirt sleeve in my hand and rub it as if trying to check out the material… it’s my sad attempt at flirting. Not really their fault if they don’t pick up.” — vazydazy
6. When she makes eye contact and smiles
“The problem with questions like these is that the answer is almost entirely dependent on context. Eye contact, smiling, laughing at jokes, etc are very ambiguous and can be interpreted many ways. Most guys are going to default to the safe position, i.e. not flirting, because it can be very VERY messy for a guy to assume flirtation when there is none and then act on that assumption.” — redditingatwork31
7. When she spends time with you
“When my husband and I discussed past relationships he told me how he had a ton of girls who would hang out with him all the time and flirt with him but never ask him out so he figured they weren’t really interested in him. I laughed so hard then explained that they were waiting for him to ask him out. He thought about it a bit then agreed that ‘maybe’ that was possible but how would he know they were interested? After facepalming like five times I explained the hanging out accompanied by flirting was their showing interest.” — pausingthekids
8. When she complains about being single
“Straight up my husband is an amazing man and I love him but he was incredibly thick in the head while I was trying to date him. In high school I flirted nonstop with him, rubbed my hand up and down his leg, complained about being single, hugged him constantly, ‘accidentally’ bumped into him, went out on outings with him, hell I once changed clothes in front of him. All throughout high school, nothing. I think that’s the end of it and move on with my life, staying friend wth him but still very disappointed.
Dating other guys in college, all boring, when I meet him there, apparently he transferred. I nearly yell in joy at the coincidence. I decide that I’m not letting the opportunity slip by. After catching up with him and stuff I straight up kissed him. Told him that I had a crush on him and he just sits there shocked. Apparently he had a crush on me since high school, he just didn’t think I was interested. fúck*ding facepalmed so hard.
So yeah, my advice to the guys on Reddit, if a girl constantly wants to spend time with you, cuddles with you, hugs you, complains about how single she is, and changes in front of you, odds are you have a good shot at dating her. Unless she’s a lesbian.” — Terminated109