To Flirt or Not to Flirt?
To Flirt or Not to Flirt?: What is wrong with using your looks to get ahead?
Guys, as well as girls, experience sexual weaknesses, but we could use them as a tool to achieve our goals. So if you use it properly, and you keep the game clean, why shouldn’t you?
I mean, there are enough men and women that use flirting to realize their goals, even if it’s so obvious, it still works for them.
I got a discount only because of an exposed neckline. Just think about Monica Lewinski or Rebecca Loss. Who would have heard about those ladies? Not only have they become celebrities, but they have also become as famous as Marilyn Monroe.
According to a study out of Duke University, subtle forms of mimicry can prove useful when you’re trying to win someone over. It’s known as the “chameleon effect” because, in the same way that a chameleon changes the color of its skin to match the environment, people can change behaviors and mannerisms to mirror the person with who they’re interacting.
Plus, another study from Nijmegen University in the Netherlands reveals that mimicry increases rapport — and your chances of getting what you want.
“Monkey see, monkey do.”
What do you say girlz?