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This technique works on Arabelle, by the way: “Confidence,” she says, “is the only way to get in my pants.
I’m always attracted to super-cute shy girls, but I’m way too unsure of myself, gamewise, to approach them. For those of us who identify as LGBTQ, it can be tough to meet people you want to date in high school, or to even feel comfortable trying.
This comes in handy especially if you’re lusting after someone who gets a lot of sexual/romantic attention from others. There are some Rookies who frown upon method #10 and avoid what they call “game-playing” and I call “.” Here’s Emma S.: “I try to follow the controversial rule of talking straight.” And Hannah: “I don’t believe in acting uninterested when you’re actually interested. Although high-schoolers, especially boys, are sometimes (OK, most of the time) pretty bad at wooing the people they like in a suave way, you’ll still be able to tell what it means when he or she does things like suspiciously pop up at your locker even if his/hers is across the school. If all else fails, you can always follow the advice of Maura, my friend Bee’s 10-year-old cousin and, seemingly, a direct descendant of Elle Woods herself.
If you don’t suck up, and maybe even back away a little once you’ve established a connection, the person will be wondering where you went and possibly even start fiending you. I don’t like the idea of playing games.” And Eleanor: “Acting uninterested actually just makes the person think you aren’t interested.” I’ve only used that method to avoid coming on too strongly after initially showing interest, and it’s always worked great. Depending on what this person is like, you will find this (a) totally irritating, (b) kind of cute but ultimately misguided, like a monkey playing with an i Pad, or (c) endearing enough to entertain the idea of flirting back. This is a great person to practice on, to figure out what kind of flirting you’re most comfortable with. In a recent Facebook chat, she had the following advice to give her lovestruck older relative: MAURA: pretend you dropped your pencil during class and bump into him so u meet eye to eye, then he will kiss u, it will work BEE: but what if we aren’t in class?
Jessica can back me up on this: “The only sure-fire things I know for getting a boy’s attention are: (1) Confidence.
(2) Ignoring them rather than trying to engineer yourself into being whatever you think their ‘type’ is.
Emulating what you think they want never turns out the way you want it to; instead, it usually seems transparent and weird, even if your intentions are good. An actual professional interviewer, Ira Glass (friend of Rookie, husband of Anaheed), has this suggestion: “I don’t know if this is just a cliché, and I fear that it is, but the main flirting technique I know is just to act very very interested in the other person and ask lots of questions and just talk to them about . I was very awkward around other people when I was little and I remember consciously developing the technique of asking lots of questions to get any conversation going.
(3) This certainly barely applies to only a really tiny subset of girls, but if you write a review about how much you hated his band’s record, all he will want to do is find out a way to get you to like him.” That last thing happened to me a ton when I was a music writer.