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Stan "the man"
is a development editor with a small press in Dedham, Mass.
Far too often, he drops the ball when it comes to flirting with
"I do well when I introduce myself," he says. "However,
from there it all goes to shit."
Yes, he has a cool sounding nickname, which makes him sound
like he is "in demand," something that is always
a prized flirting quality, but where does he go from there?
He could not explain to us how it “all goes to shit”
and maybe that is his problem, he cannot articulate.
Articulation is a tool you can sharpen. Practice reading magazine
articles aloud. Be mindful of how every story has a beginning,
middle and end. So should your flirting. Good intros are only
a start; there needs to bee meat and potatoes after the aperitif.
Jarrod, from Philadelphia,
is the biggest flirt in his department at a northeastern cable
TV giant. However, he seems to “change channels”
quite quickly when it comes to flirting.
“I am not sure what it is about me,” he told Flirting.com,
“but, I always feel that I am missing out on that other
thing, while I am with this thing.”
First of all, our advice to Jarrod, and anyone that thinks
along similar lines, the objects of our flirtations are not
“things.” Rather, they are people. As such, they
should be treated accordingly.
Click through the channels to your heart's delight at
home, but if you want to have someone to share those channels
with, then learn to focus on what is great about the person
you are flirting with now. Same advice goes for all.
Keisha from Orlando, Florida, is seeking a man financially secure
Success in career pursuits can be plenty attractive to a woman.
Most women like a man that can bring home the bacon if needed
and far too often many men sell their accomplishments short.
What you do might not sound as impressive to you, because you
do it every day. So, don't be afraid to blow your horn
a little. However, if you don’t have a job, get one fast
and be good at it too. It helps.
Keith calls himself the classic wedding
flirt. He loves going to weddings and flirting with anyone and
everyone, up to and including the bride.
"You never know when the bride might be back on the market,"
Keith is wise to take advantage of weddings as prime opportunities
to flirt (with exception of flirting with the bride perhaps).
Weddings are great opportunities to put your flirting skills
front and center with many women and cute bridesmaids all thinking
about commitment, love and relationships. However, the challenge
is that most people attend weddings with a partner already,
but there are sure to be a few singles and they will invariably
be in a highly desirable flirting mind set.
Ashley from the London in the
United Kingdom is looking for an international man of mystery.
She is particularly attracted to Americans and would like to
start an online pen pal relationship and then, perhaps, see
where things go.
"I like a cultured man who knows a little bit about what
is happening in the world," she told Flirting.com. "It
helps if that man is well traveled but that is not an absolute."
This is the day and age we live in. Who knows where you might
find dating bliss? If this cup of tea has your name on it, then
make sure you know a little bit out what is going on in the
world. Follow the news, read some blogs. Tip! Almost every major
media outlet has a website. Find one centered on her country
and read about what is going on right in her own backyard. This
will surely impress Ashley.
Natalie from Boca, Florida,
cools off by pouring ocean water from a conch down her cleavage.
She claims she has trouble meeting Mr. Right. All too often
he is a man more in to himself, then her. That we find hard
Such a beachgoer exhibiting “Let's Tango”
body language can be intimidating to the more reserved singles
male. Our advice here is sometimes it pays to be bold; after
all, no risk, no reward. But, what if your bold skills are not
quite up to the task?
Start with coworkers. Instead of making a request for some
office supplies by email, walk over to your manager, look them
in the eyes and make your request verbally. Keep doing this
when you can and you will slowly sharpen those dormant interpersonal
skills you never knew you had. Then, you might be halfway from
having Natalie pour water from conch on you!
Sean from South Bend, Indiana,
is a Java programmer with a software design company. He is very
quiet and sometimes is timid when it comes to the art of flirting.
“I am very into my work,” he told Flirting.com.
“I know it probably does not sound that interesting, but
I really derive a lot of pride custom fitting programs to our
clients needs… Object Oriented Programming is not just
a buzz word to me…”
(Oh, jeez… we’ll just have stop Sean there.)
However, Sean is not as bad off as some might think. It would
appear he is a highly laidback type of guy and smart. A lot
of women feel a good-sized brain is every bit as attractive
as a good-sized… Well, you fill in the blanks.
Our advice to Sean is to work that brain! And likewise, our
advice to all shy but intellectual males: embrace the geek inside
you! You just might be surprised at how successful you will
be at the flirting oriented programming language.
Laura, a front desk attendant
at a beach front resort in Hawaii, is looking for a man who
would like a little exotic mystery in her life and ring her
bell for a change.
"I like to be kept guessing in a whimsical sort of way,"
she told Flirting.com. "I find it sexy when I don't know
all the cards the man is holding. I don't like men that I can
figure out right away."
How to do this? Here is a pointer: when talking about things
you do, don't explain it all. Leave some mystery in some simple
facts. For instance, tell her about the time you were amazed
at the majestic beauty of the Yellowstone Park from the viewpoint
of a helicopter. Immediately, she will wonder what you were
doing in a helicopter in Yellowstone. It helps here if you actually
have a helicopter. It also helps if you been anywhere close
Danforth is an aspiring playwright
busing tables in New York City. He claims to have no luck flirting
with many of his restaurants wealthy clientele.
“I don’t’ know what I am doing wrong,”
he confided to Flirting.com. “It’s not like I am
spilling the water pitcher when I fill their glasses.”
Danforth misses the point of commonality. This is to say, “Flirts
of a feather flock together.” Now this may seem to contradict
our advice to “league up” when you can, and as often
as you can, but Danforth is working for tips. It is hard to
come off as a good flirt when you have a tip tied to the result.
It is not impossible, but tough.
Valerie from Cleveland is a widower. She is
looking for a meaningful relationship, preferably with a like-minded
professional in her age bracket. Valerie works as a staff accountant
for a Big Five CPA firm and is looking for someone that can
both balance their life as well as a check book.
"Before my first husband contracted Salmonella
form a boiled hot dog he bought on a lunch break and died,
he was always on top of things and that impressed me,"
she said. "I like a man that has his day organized."
You have to ask yourself are you Mr. Dependable?
If interested, you have to impress her with your organized
and sane life that you can offer. Drop bits about how your
portfolio is doing or comment on your stocks. Don't have any,
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