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  • 6 Signs She Wants You to Come Talk to Her at the Bar

    / March 13, 2017

    You’ve likely experienced the eye lock moment with a woman across the bar at least a time or two (or maybe more times than you can count, good lookin’). But you don’t want to be that creepy guy who approaches a female who isn’t feeling it. So if you’re wondering whether you should make a move, look for the following not-so-subtle hints that she’d welcome your company…

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    1. She locks eyes with you more than once: The first time your eyes meet, it can be human nature to quickly look away. But if she’s interested, you’ll catch her glancing back again. It’s not an accident.

    2. She scopes out your left hand: This is one might be tricky to notice, but if she’s interested, she’s going to want to make sure you’re available. If her gaze moves toward your (presumably ring-less) left hand, she’s into you.

    3. She smiles your way: A smile is always a good sign. It’s a bolder move than simply a glance. And girls, especially hot ones, don’t send out that vibe unless they mean it.

    4. She has the girl gang checking you out: If her friends are looking in your direction with a friendly demeanor, there’s a good chance she voiced her interest to the ladies. Now she’s hoping for their approval. But she’s also letting you know she’s interested.

    5. She’s flipping her hair: Once she knows you’re looking at her—and hopefully interested—she’s going to want to make sure you notice that she looks good. She might stand up a little taller, or even play with her hair a bit. These little moves are her ways of flirting from afar.

    6. She won’t let up: Some ladies are at the bar to talk to multiple guys and get free drinks from anyone offering. If that’s the case, she won’t bother looking at you for too long if you won’t come over right away. But, if she keeps looking back, it’s time to drop the wallflower act and walk on over.


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