17 Ways to Let Someone Know You like Them ...


So you’ve found that cute guy, made eye contact and suddenly do your make up before you get on the train...It’s time to let him know you like him!

You don’t have to risk embarrassment by telling him how you feel directly, instead here are my top ten ways to subtly show him you like him...

1. Make Eye Contact and Smile!

Make Eye Contact and Smile!

Not only will smiling show that you are friendly and fun, it’ll also get him wondering what you’re smiling about!

Catch his eye, count to three and look away.

This will create an intimate bond between you, and he’ll soon be wondering how he can make you smile.2

Just be careful not to stare!

There's a whole art of flirting with your eyes.

Practice at home in front of the mirror.

Look yourself in the eye, close your eyes and then turn your gaze away slowly moving your head to the side.

Or vice versa, looking somewhere in the distance, close your eyes and open them looking directly in the eye of the other person (or yourself, when practicing).

Do it slowly.

It's a very sexy move, so it'll definitely catch his attention.2

2. Touch Him!

Touch Him!

Brush against him while getting on the train, touch his arm when you’re talking to him...find ways to touch him while you are talking.

This is another way to create an instant bond, and it makes you seem much more friendly!

Make sure your touches are light and soft, and he won’t be able to think about anything else...

3. Remember Things!

Remember Things!

So he told you his mum’s name, what he’s got her for Christmas and when his dog’s birthday is.

Remember this!

You can then drop it into conversation, and he’ll be flattered that you remember, and instantly closer to you.

Share in his life!

The more he opens up to you, the closer to you he will feel.

But make sure you do not get stuck in the friend zone.

Once he starts telling you about his girl problems, it might be time to let him know you want to be more than friends in a less secluded way.

Ask Him Things!
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