You should know how to laugh, that’s the secret of “flirt”, and I can tell you the French love a good laugh!
They appreciate how the right word solicits a smile, how a clever compliment transforms you into the Queen of the Evening.
In our culture today, it's clear that we do not always choose as the object of our desire those people the evolutionists might deem the most biologically desirable.
Oftentimes, she wrote in her paper, married couples flirted to “create a private world with the spouse.” For a study in the journal Sex Roles, University of Alaska psychologist Chris L.Kleinke asked 600 respondents to rate the effectiveness of three varieties of opening lines in a flirtatious situation: The responses were pretty evenly split along gender lines: While the men in the study tended to prefer the more direct approach, the women tended to prefer the open-ended, innocuous questions.Not surprisingly, very few people said they preferred the pick-up lines. According to a widely cited 1997 study by State University of New York psychologist Arthur Aron, people feel more closely bonded when they ask each other intimate questions, as in “Evidence from multiple studies supports the idea that, among heterosexual people, men tend to overperceive sexual interest from women, while women tend to underperceive sexual interest from men.What could be more terrifying than talking to someone you’re attracted to? Luckily, social science has figured out what makes flirting work — or not.Below, we’ve rounded up some of the most intriguing findings on the art of flirtation, so you can saunter over to the object of your affection with confidence.