90% of women will tell you they can go from not being attracted to a guy to thinking he’s a total hottie if he knows how to charm her. There are 3 things every girl is attracted to…
A sense of humor
An ability to hold an interesting conversation
Having the above qualities is the key to flirting effectively. Flirting is all about humoring a woman and speaking to her in a way that makes her smile. Flirting isn’t something you should try too hard to get good at. Just let it come naturally. Even if people don’t tell you that you have a great personality, I know you do deep down inside. Back in the day, I was always known as “the boring guy” because everyone assumed I had no personality. Little did they know I was able to charm a woman by doing these things…
Find something goofy about her and give her a hard time about it
Making a woman laugh is as easy as making fun of her! That’s right – chicks love being teased. They like it when a man makes fun of them about the silly little things she does such as fidgeting, being clumsy, etc. Teasing a woman and insulting her are two completely different things, however. There are certain ways teasing becomes more offensive than “cute”, such as…
Making fun of her because of her weight problem (women are insecure about their weight).
Laughing at her religion or political affiliation (people are sensitive about these subjects).
Insulting her intelligence (this is self explanatory).
Make her feel special, comfortable, and at ease with your presence
Even if you’re great at making a woman laugh, that doesn’t mean you are great at holding a conversation. The most important part of charming a woman is making her feel comfortable talking to you. When she says something, don’t ignore it. Listen to what she has to say and respond accordingly. Even if she’s talking about a subject you couldn’t care less about, act like you do care. Women dig men that are easy to talk to. And the way to make her think you’re easy to talk to is by showing her that you’re paying attention and not being condescending.