I know this is probably the wrong place to be asking this, but I feel like i'll get the most real answers here
How do I know when a girl is flirting?
I have suspicion a gril was flirting with me today, but I don't know what to think of it since i'm starved for female attention and have really low self esteem
>They will be the one initiating things i.e she's not flirting if she's only responding
>They will get touchy/brushy
>They will say cute things they didn't have to (ex. "Look at his hair! Isn't his hair [...]?") / ("You're so [...]")
I'm inclined to think that myself, but I'm more interested in hearing what people have to say about knowing when a girl is flirting.
>first lab of this semester
>sitting at desk, got there relatively early
>kind of stressing out that no one will sit next to me and I'll have to do something that makes people notice me
>room is relatively filled up, gril comes in sits down next to me
>she's pretty cute, short hair
>I have okay facial aesthetics but a little acne
>silent for a bit
>start talking because of lab
>somewhat awkward, keeping my spaghetti relatively contained
>she makes some quirky jokes off and on
>talk about a couple random different things/lab stuff
>go through lab pretty quickly, end up just sitting around towards the end because we're basically done
>class is about over, getting our coats on and such
>for some reason she waits for me while while I get my stuff together
>walks out door with me
>not really sure what to do, just say "well i'll seeya around"
I think back on it and I feel like I blew it, but then again I don't even know if there was anything to blow.
Nah that's just a girl being friendly m8. I remember this super nice chill girl I had in my algebra 2 class in high school that would be nice to literally everyone, she'd say hi to people she just met the day before smiling, and would just be a great person to casually chat with. Of course when she would talk to guys without girl experience they would sperg out and think they like her. Lucky for me I'm gay and could look past my loneliness and tell people that she's just being friendly, not wanting to date them.
The autistic part of me would say that it's nothing, but that's how I met my girlfriend. Talk to her a little more. If you find that you have things in common, ask if she wants to do something outside of school sometime. Contrary to what people say, there's nothing wrong with that. I've been with my girlfriend for almost four years.
Here's some shit that should point you in the right direction.
Sad to be the one to tell you this, but if a girl doesn't look at you and nearly instantly think she wants to fuck you, then a relationship isn't going to work out. The exceptions are if she finds out you're rich/in a position of authority, but then why would you want to date that bitch anyway?