7 Awesome Reasons to Flirt ...

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For some reason, people think being a flirt is bad, but there are so many good reasons to flirt.

I personally love flirting, and while some people may judge me for that, I don’t really care.

I think it is a fun and carefree way to interact with people.

So despite what popular belief says, here are my top reasons to flirt.

1. Confidence Boost

Among the many reasons to flirt, my top one is that overwhelming confidence boost you get when flirting with a cute new guy at a party.

There is nothing better than feeling like you are on top of the world while talking to a cute guy.

Even if you are not attracted to the guy you are talking to, knowing that he is responding to your flirting is a major boost of the ego.

And when you are more confident, guys will be even more receptive to your flirting, which creates a wonderful cycle of confidence.

Makes You More Outgoing

Comments:

Glit Glit
Age doesn't matter too much; it's all harmless flirting with no intention of a relationship, right? And if you do want to go out with the guy well, just make sure he has good character that the most important thing! Although you should be careful people know you're intentions because if you're flirting they might interpret it as genuine interest. That's happened to me enough times I wasn't even aware I was being flirty lol
Heather Jensen
Hi Kylee! Just be yourself! Smiling, eye contact, touching and kissing are all flirting! :)
kylee
I have only had one boyfriend and he's the one I'm dating now but we don't really talk like we did before but I want that to change but I have NO idea how to flirt .... Please help
Heather Jensen
Hi! I don't know if I agree with the 3 year mark, it's a good mark to live by, but I would say if you find someone older, it's okay too!
seqeuya robinson
there is absolutly no problem with filrting as long as you are single and the boy is your age or atleast 3 years older than you dont worry you can flirt if you want just make shure he is single also
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