How opposed are you to dating a flirtatious or very friendly mate? My friends say that my new girlfriend comes off as sort of a flirt. I just see it as her being friendly though. How much of a deterrent is it and does it matter? What makes someone overly flirty and where do you draw the line?
- would be a problemVote A
- Would not be a problemVote B
Most Helpful Girl
It really depends on the individuals' perception as flirting. It could just mean your friends think she's hot and are secretly wishing she was flirting with them, whereas for her, she's just trying to be friendly and get along with them to make you like her more.
in my opinion If it means he's just saying "hey long time no see! You're looking good as always today!" and being interested in what girls had to say, I wouldn't think much of it.
If it means he's liking every fb and ig pic of every girl he's friends with and he uses fb and ig everyday for hours and posting how sexy, hot or pretty every girl is, that would be a problem.0
Most Helpful Guy
If you have a very attractive boyfriend or girlfriend, sometimes flirting is kind of a subconscious thing. They've just kind of excelled in life doing just that, charming people and getting the upper hand of the situation that way.
I have a friend whose daughter is a 7-year old girl and she's somehow already picked up on this kind of idea -- not flirting but she knows exactly what kind of faces and looks to make to make people give her attention and saw, "Awwwwwwww!" But she hasn't mastered subtlety yet, it's pretty obvious.
In those kinds of cases (your mileage may vary), the person may not be flirting out of interest so much as just kind of getting the attention they're always used to getting and being able to be popular, adored, again gaining upper hand of the situation. So while tricky, there are cases where flirting isn't necessarily a sign of attraction to other people -- it's a way of controlling them, and those who use it that way aren't necessarily the types to cheat.0