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I recently discovered your site and first of all want to say – where have you been my entire (romantic) life?? Because it seems to me that many of the behaviours that signal a person is romantically interested could be fairly interchangeable with someone with whom you get on really well as a friend (e.g., teasing, Duchenne smiles, remembering small details from previous conversations).Reading through your archive has already given me insights into the mechanics of flirting and bonding rituals that have mystified me for years – and I was pleased to see that my instincts must be getting better, as I’ve somehow managed to land on some of the aspects of flirting you’ve laid out with my Prospective Companion. And logically, that makes sense, since flirting and friendship are ultimately about producing/reinforcing some sort of emotional bond. Must not overthink.) I’d also like to say that as a nerdy woman, it’s really nice to see a resource that breaks down romantic behaviours for us analytical types – while not only avoiding, but actively eschewing sexist PUA tropes. Now on to my question: I would be really interested in seeing a post that breaks down how one distinguishes between a person signaling an interest in friendship and a person signaling an interest in a romantic relationship.
In fact we'd go so far as to say that they appear rather fierce.
I’ve noticed that despite the increasing prevalence of people forming friendships and romantic relationships online (particularly in the nerd/geek community), the topic of ‘reading signals’ from online behaviour is rarely addressed.
As a general rule, the biggest difference between “friend” signals and signaling romantic or sexual interest is, well, sex.
Attraction is, after all, a mix of emotional and physical chemistry; if all you you are doing is trying to build an emotional connection while neglecting the physical aspects, then you’re going to have a platonic relationship instead of a sexual one.
Despite being so brash and outspoken sexually, the curvy model admitted on her TV show The Amber Rose Show that she would ‘shock’ most people by how ‘normal’ she is, adding: ‘I feel like I’m just such a nerd in the bedroom.’And when Kanye West’s ex admitted to guest Kandi Burruss that she has never used a sex toy and that most men are almost silent when they are with her, Kandi, 40, warned: ‘I’m starting to feel that you’re bad in bed!
’Kandi - who has her own line of sex toys and use to have a folder on her phone for dick pics - said Amber fit a typical profile, saying: ‘We find that some of the people that we think are the biggest freaks or whatever are so whack in the bedroom.’Hard to hear: When Kanye West’s ex admitted to guest Kandi Burruss that she has never used a sex toy and that most men are almost silent when they are with her, Kandi, 40, warned: ‘I’m starting to feel that you’re bad in bed! "What can I do for you that you can't do for yourself?