Four Low Risk Tests to Find Out if She's Interested in You

She loves me, she loves me not. Put the daisy down, I’m gonna tell you the concrete signs that the girl you’re crushing on likes you too. Because within a minute of meeting you, she knows. That comes from relationship and communication expert Marc Salem. You can find out by doing these 4 low-risk tests.

  • Test Number One: Do the time check. Forget using a lame pick-up line. Instead, ask the woman you’ve been making goo-goo eyes at what time it is. If she answers with anything other than the time, she’s interested in you. Unless she says, “Get lost loser!” If she says anything like, “What, forgot your watch?” or “Do you have someplace to go?” it’s a sign she’s interested because she’s initiating conversation.
  • Test Number Two: Eye contact. While you’re talking with her, sustain eye contact for a fraction of a second longer than what feels natural. If she holds your gaze, she’s interested. If she looks down and then quickly looks back up, she’s interested. If she looks around the room or physically turns her head away from you – better luck next time.  
  • The third test to see if she’s interested in you is: The Wink. If the woman you’re talking to makes a joke or someone else says something dumb, give her a wink and share the moment. If she relaxes or laughs, she’s interested.
  • Okay, the final test is the Compliment Test: Pay her the kind of compliment a potential boyfriend would. Something personal and sincere. Avoid the type of compliment a fiend would give like, “Great handbag Susie, where’d you get it?” Instead opt for: “You have great style”. Or, “I love the little yellow flecks in your eyes”. Or, “I love the sound of your voice.” Those compliments show her that you’re really noticing her. If she smiles warmly and thanks you, she’s interested. If she sprays you with Mace, she’s not.

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