Re: What makes you more sexual in flirting?
I've discovered that painful honesty is another way to go about with flirting. I've been telling the truth on playful terms, and the girls LOVE it. Last night, I told one of my friends that mentally I was stripping her down naked, and that was the truth. An hour latter, she was right up next to me with my arm around her, and I was chatting with her roommate. I blew her off for breakfast this morning, and that was simply to show that I'm not chasing after her. She's now texting me non-stop, so I think that play was successful.
Women will doubt you if you lie. If you tell them the truth, they really won't give a sh1t.
Another way to flirt is to play along with what she says. Remember, you're talking to her because YOU want entertainment. If there's something she says that you want to expose, hit it! For example, here goes the last interaction I had with a girl today:
Me: "I'm going to leave now, because somehow you are draining me of all of my productive energy, and I need to write this paper".
Her: "Hmph! You're a bully Swagman"
Me: "Yea, but I'll be the most awesome bully you will ever meet"
See what I did there? I took what she said an I played off of it. I also dropped a DHV of confidence and humor when I said that I would be the most awesome bully she will ever meet.
The most important thing for flirting is to have a quick wit and a sense of humor. If you need some inspiration, go watch some Groucho Marx movies. My favorite line by him comes from Duck Soup, and it goes like this:
"I could dance with you until the cows come home. On second thought I'd rather dance with the cows until you come home."
I've gotten a good number of NEGs from Groucho Marx, and the best thing is even though his best movies were well over fifty years ago, they're still creative and funny. There's also a good number of movies where Groucho flirts with people, so you can get some inspiration from that too. It's just a matter of finding who and what works for you.
Other than that, just be natural, and you will do fine. Now if you will excuse me, I do actually have a paper that I seriously need to write.
"There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X