A flash might be easy to miss but they're so reliable, if you do spot one, you may know someone likes you before they've even registered it themselves. Surprisingly so, men are pre-programmed to send out physical clues when they're interested in a woman. A classic preening pose is tilting her hips and head to one side, revealing her bare neck. Non-verbal moves might give you a clue. If he takes it off completely, he's imagining his shoes under your bed.
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And men and women often have very different ways of flirting through body language.
“I’m just that into you”: Decoding body language and attraction ~ by Gilan Gork
Much of human communication is expressed through body language, flirting included. Oh, experts share body language. Lean in and notice if she leans as well. Again, something that we men are evolutionarily programmed to find attractive. In the old days, men only dressed up on special occasions, and while the suit might have survived months in mothballs, the socks invariably continued to get worn to death. He may brush your shoulder slightly when gesturing, touch your arm when making a point or agreeing with you or make some other contact you might hardly notice.