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You need a foundation of honesty to build a good relationship on, and flirting is almost all pretending. I so love the attention, but I know it’s superficial. —Brad I want honest, meaningful, and fun conversation. —Matt That if she wants real, honest, mature friends, she needs to be a real, honest, and mature friend.
I know at the end of the day I am not really cared for; I am possibly being used to have her needs met. Flirty conversation is rarely honest or meaningful, even though it can be fun. I would tell her that flirting is not a good basis for a friendship, and certainly not a relationship, and even when it can be added, it should be added in small amounts. Enjoy their company, but don’t seek to get your needs met through them. Respond to their attention, but don’t give your heart away. I want real relationships in my life, and it is hard to get past the pretending stage of a flirt.
Using both media he was able to access people’s free time, enter their living rooms, present his ideas at the very centre of the family home.
One can only imagine how excited and active he would be with the possibilities offered by the Digital Age.
—Matt Personally, I don’t always notice flirting unless it’s really obvious. It’s fun to stir up the emotions of a girl and fun to get my emotions stirred up . If a girl seems to only be able to relate to me in a flirty way, I don’t really see any point to it. I also don’t want to be distracted; it is very alluring to have a girl focus on me, even if I know it isn’t real, and I like it.