OK guys help me out.
We've all have been there. We work or go to school with HB's. We see HB'S around during the day all over the place. Some of them we get to know because we see them in passing at said places. Sometimes, maybe without thinking, we comment on something they are wearing. Not in a flirty way, but maybe we just noticed something about their clothes...
"Hey, isn't that blouse too low cut for an office?"
"The color of your pants is too bright!"
"You have a tiny peice of paper stuck to your skirt."
... and this leads to her saying ...
"Well, if it bothers you, stop looking at my butt!"
"Sorry, I didn't know you were checking me out!"
"Oooh, so you were looking at my chest, huh?"
Any thoughts on this situation? I'm feeling that when they accuse you of this, they are really looking for validation .... that hey want you to verbalize the attraction. So maybe a neg would be approriate.
But I'm curious how to turn up the attraction in this area. I think it can be a good opportunity to increase attraction, but I'm not sure. I feel it's an opening to excalate but I'm not satisfied with the ways I've handled it. I think faster than I talk so I usually say the initial comment before I'm prepared for her comeback.
What I have found that works is negging her nonchalantly. "Yeah... but seriously, the weird color does not add anything good!"
Or saying in a cocky way "AND???" as if it's no big deal.
Any comebacks you guys use are greatly appreciated!