As usual I fail to recognize if this is flirting or not, but if you are walking along and a girl in front of you looks behind her, sees you and smiles before turning to her friend saying something and her friend turns around to look at me, is this a good or bad thing? did she tell her friend I was cute and to look? or did she make a joke about me and her friend looked to see what she was on about?
Sorry for my usual silly questions, needless to say I'm pretty clueless when this stuff happens to me :D
They found you attractive OR they noticed something that was funny and wanted to share it with a friend
My opinion - is that they found you attractive. An easy way to tell is to look for non verbal clues (facial expression / smile / eyes / etc) and cross reference those clues to previous observations from other individuals (Similar as to how you can say if someone is angry or not by their "tone")
ok , so when the girl looked at you and smiled, taht is a definite sign that she liked you, or that she thought you were cute and wanted her friend to check you out for a secon opinion.If they laughed after both of them looked..yes they made fun of you,but if they just smiled...it's all good.
This is what I don't understand, why are you guys trying to analyze and figure out what happend after the fact that it doesn't matter anymore? It is impossible to know what she said to her friend, she could have said hey doesn't he look like so and so, or do you think he's attractive, or hey look at his shirt, do you think it's cool or weird.
The only way you would have known what she was saying is if you simply asked her, I don't know about you, but if some hot chick turns around looks at me, smiles and then says something to her friend, and her friend looks at me, I would go hmm what was that about and I would have asked her what's the joke I wanna hear, or oh do I have something on my face? Or I would have simply introduced myself. Who knows what they were talking about, but if I really wanted to know I would have found have out by asking the source. So why didn't you just do that in the first place?