How do women check guys out?
I’ve heard women check out guys without others noticing. I wonder how they do
this and how it differs from what men do. This was a question a guy posted in Quora
And this was the reply of a girl who solved his “mystery” !!!!
We don’t take efforts to be subtle. Guys don’t notice us staring because even though they
look in our direction, they don’t *see*.
When we’re sitting with friends and notice someone standing a little far away, we’re just like:
And if he’s sitting right beside us, we’re totally like:
How it differs from what men do?
It really doesn’t. (This post got 25k views!!!)
Then it stuck my mind that many of us dont even realise we are being watched by some
beauties (sometimes reached out too ) .
So I thought that I should do something to help my brothers who are struggling out there
Fortunately I also had a luvguru in our gang ( that friend in your gang who knows more
about girls but never has a GF haha!!!!) whose laptop is a gold mine of girl’s info
containing vids , ebooks , pics etc …
He also had helped me write my previous posts on girls psychology and body language !!!
On my request of how to identify girls who flirt with us , he gave a handful of pics and a
lot of info on girls .
After my 2hr discussion (who dosent love to talk about girls) and a lot of real life
examples here i am to share something that was not decoded to us Boys!!!
PIGEON TOES :
When a woman turns her toes inward it suggests interest. It is referred to as “tibial
torsion” anatomically. It is a gesture that displays submissiveness and can show that a
woman is smitten in your company. She is shrinking up her body and creating a less
threatening profile. In contrast, there is the military posture, in which the toes turn
outward and the hands are held behind the back. If you see a woman in pigeon toes, you
can be sure she is open to an advance. Just monitor what effects your approach has on
THE FOREHEAD BOW:
The forehead bow is a position of submissiveness. It occurs when a woman lowers her
head, then looks up at a man from under her eyebrows. It’s a sort of “come hither” look
and could occur while eating dinner or while reading. It is akin to a full body bow which
is used around the world to show respect. In contrast, the opposite could occur where
the head is tilted backwards and a downward gaze is cast upon the other person. It is
best pictured as looking down one’s nose at someone and comes off as a direct threat .
The below pics are from the books of famous author Leil Lowndes who
is an internationally recognized communications expert:
FIDDLING WITH JEWELRY :
THE LEGS ARE THE KEY :
SHOWING OFF THE NECK :
Of course a lot more stuff is there to learn on this ebook .