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Girl Looks at Me When I’m Not Looking?

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Yes she stares at me but when I catch her she looks away really fast but today she like ignored me does she want me to approach her also I looked at her and she told her friend wtf I did nothing wrong

Why does she stare at me when I’m not looking?

What does it mean if a girl stares at you when your not looking?

For example, she may simply look at you subconsciously. That means that she wasn’t even looking at you exactly. She was looking in your direction, and you just happened to be in the field of her vision. Also, you might remind her of someone else who might look like you.

Does a girl like me if she keeps looking at me?

If she maintains eye contact with you when you look at her, she’s most likely interested. She’s probably fairly forward and confident as well. If her eyes wander to your mouth, she is definitely into you. If you catch her looking and she looks away quickly, she might be into you but is shy about it.

What does it mean if a girl keeps looking at me?

Originally Answered: What does it mean when a girl keeps looking at you? It could mean anything. Usually, it means either she likes you, or that you have something stuck to your face.

Why do girls look away when you catch them looking at you?

Simply, girls look away because their eyes were either wandering around and were curious about their surroundings, or that they simply do like you and was sending subconscious signals that they like you.

Eye contact is important, especially in dating and gauging peoples attraction to you. Everyone should have a basic understanding of what each person is eye-coding to them in any given situation, and it doesnt take a cryptographer to figure it out. Or if it does, then fuck it, Im that cryptographer.

This eye contact (or lack thereof) is typically reserved for the horny mouth-breathers who stare at a girls tits, obnoxious drunk guys in full-on bro mode, the crazed ex-girlfriend stalker, or any other potential psycho in ones vicinity. An unintentional absence of eye contact signals a lack of knowledge you exist.

The key here is that he or she is not aware of your eyes meeting and therefore nothing is registering to them as particularly interesting or enticing in that moment. Body language studies claim that a person who breaks eye contact with you by looking down is intimidated (i.e., attracted) and a person who breaks eye contact by looking to the side is indifferent (i.e., not attracted). Its impossible to ever be 100% certain what someone elses intentions are, so why not just assume everyone who makes strong eye contact with you is attracted until proven otherwise?

Walk around all day and make eye contact with people you find interesting or attractive . Youll feel uncomfortable making eye contact with strangers, but thats the idea. Like the other lower levels of eye contact, the glance-and-a-half is subtle and difficult to notice without a lot of practice.

Humans are wired to spend more time looking at things they find attractive on an unconscious level. So in their mind, theyre still breaking eye contact with you, but in practice, theyre actually looking at you 50% longer than they would normally. Any eye contact from Level 3 upwards should be a strong incentive for the two of you to at least have a conversation .

Heres a good habit to get yourself into once youre able to maintain eye contact with people walking around. In my experience, this is a clear sign of physical interest, and 95%+ of the subsequent interactions you initiate with this person will be received warmly. Regardless, the unconscious mind is always seeking out things it finds interesting or intriguing, so if their eyes keep falling on you, its a sign.

When undesired, this becomes the infamous creep stare. But in the cases of desirable people looking at you, this is extremely good news. If The Gaze is a clear sign telling you that theyre interested, throwing a smile on top of it may as well be a neon flashing billboard . If someone you find attractive gives you Level 6 and you dont talk to them, not only are you an idiot, but you probably have some serious anxiety going on .

If you get eye fucked by an attractive person and dont act on it, youre probably blind or mid-seizure. If youre a man and you regularly eye fuck women who do not reciprocate or smile back, then you will likely meet Mr. Pepper Spray in your near future. This is when you wake up in the morning to someone staring at you with that dreamy smile like theyre drunk or stayed up all night sniffing glue.

Its the way two people look at each other when cuddling and making cutesy noises while rubbing their noses together. The Dreamboat almost never happens before youve had sex with someone, and if it does, theyre either Amish or its a giant red flag. Centuries of literature and million-dollar films have thrived off of what The Dreamboat stare signifies.

Just be honest and upfront, break things off with respect and dignity , and hope that their eyes dont morph into Theyre the eyes that look at you in earnest when they say they want to quit their job and move to Tahiti so that you two can be together, perfectly alone, forever. The Crazies signify delusion, hopeless emotion, and the complete loss of a grip on reality .

“Ohhh look at me! I’m OP and I have these girls and they look at me! I WONDER WHY? Well I am attractive, come on guys I am attractive don’t you think? Girls look at me and I said I’m attractive myself hahaha PLEASE GIVE ME ATTENTION I NEED SOMEONE TO TELL ME WHAT I WANT TO HEAR.”

I mean, I know I’m hotter looking than Brad Pitt and all these girls are too busy feeling the Niagara Falls down there- OBVIOUSLY that is the only thing that can happen yeah WHY ELSE would they look at me? Whenever I see an attractive guy I wait till they are at least 10 metres at away, shout ‘hey’ and point my middle finger up at them or wave frantically with both arms.

( Original post by Katzen )
I’m sure OP is definitely above average in terms of the attractive scale, I’m not being sarcastic on that part. ( Original post by Anonymous )
Well I’m an attractive guy and when I’m riding my bike or in the shops etc, most of the time I will turn my head and look to a girl to see she’s looking at me.

Sometimes when I’m at a pub, I would randomly glance at a direction and catch a stranger girl looking at me, and she would usually look away. I’m like 99% certain that she has been looking at me before I catch her. And all those girls don’t know me and havn’t talked to me before.

Don’t) Avert Your Eyes!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have heard the saying, “The eyes are the window to the soul,” or some cheesy variation thereof.Intuitively, we understand the power of eye contact. We’ve all experienced that moment when you look into someone’s eyes and see a million unspoken words. From the stern look in your mother’s face when the five-year-old you broke into the fridge and ate that tub of ice cream, to the scrutinizing gaze of the interviewer as you wondered whether you answered that last question well enough to secure the job of your dreams.The power of the gaze is no mystery. There is a wealth of research behind it. Here are the highlights of what eye contact does.You don’t have to believe in love at first sight (I don’t), to appreciate the power of eye contact. Simply meeting eyes with someone won’t make them fall head over heels for you, but it sure will do many other things that can turn them from a “maybe” to a “fuck yes.”

The Levels of Eye Contact

Here is an entirely overly-analytical, and mostly-satirical-but-kinda-true-too guide to the levels of eye contact and what sort of attraction it means.

Level (-1): No Eye Contact (Intentional)

Beyond the lowest level of eye contact, this is when someone is not only not making eye contact with you, but they’re consciously making an effort to NOT look at you. In the heights of sexual intimacy, Level (-1) is subterranean. It’s a person’s way of saying, “Get away from me, creep,” without, you know, actually saying it.This eye contact (or lack thereof) is typically reserved for the horny mouth-breathers who stare at a girl’s tits, obnoxious drunk guys in full-on bro mode, the crazed ex-girlfriend stalker, or any other potential psycho in one’s vicinity.Level (-1) eye contact can also occur within a conversation. Just because he or she is responding to you verbally doesn’t mean you’re out of the gates yet. Put simply, if someone is intentionally making an effort to NOT look at you, they’re not interested. It’s the anti-intimacy. The non-verbal cue for “Give it up… and go the fuck away from me.”That or you have some mustard on your face.

Level 0: No Eye Contact (Unintentional)

An unintentional absence of eye contact signals a lack of knowledge you exist. It means nothing other than they haven’t noticed you. Either they’re busy and focusing on something else, or you’re about as intriguing to look at as grandma’s wallpaper.

Level 1: Glance (Unconscious)

An unconscious glance is that moment when someone looks up at you and then immediately looks away, although they’re not aware of what they’re looking at. It’s basically when their eyes are wandering around and coincidentally meet yours for a moment and then continue wandering.The key here is that he or she is not aware of your eyes meeting and therefore nothing is registering to them as particularly interesting or enticing in that moment. Just like Level 0, this level of eye contact is neutral and there’s not much to take away from it. Most people aren’t paying attention to what they’re looking at most of the time.

Level 2: Glance (Conscious)

The second level of eye contact is the first type of eye contact where you’ve possibly made a positive impression on a person. This is when your eyes and theirs happen to meet and then they look away immediately, except they look away consciously, whether it be because of shyness, awkwardness, or disinterest.Body language studies claim that a person who breaks eye contact with you by looking down is intimidated (i.e., attracted) and a person who breaks eye contact by looking to the side is indifferent (i.e., not attracted).I have no idea if this is true or not. But if someone breaks eye contact with you quickly and intentionally, it’s usually a polarized response: they’re either attracted and momentarily self-conscious by your presence, or they’re uninterested and avoiding making contact altogether.Most people are not comfortable holding eye contact with strangers, what would signal the interest here is that their eyes were drawn to you in the first place. So it’s not the breaking it so much that is important, what’s important is that they consciously looked at you.Differentiating between Level 2 eye contact and Level 1 eye contact is subtle and hard to do consistently with any sort of accuracy. Although you do pick up some acuity over time. It’s impossible to ever be 100% certain what someone else’s intentions are, so why not just assume everyone who makes strong eye contact with you is attracted until proven otherwise?A good exercise for someone who is new or shy is to practice never breaking eye contact with people before they break it with you. Walk around all day and make eye contact with people you find interesting or attractive. You’ll feel uncomfortable making eye contact with strangers, but that’s the idea. Keep doing it until it feels natural. It will help your confidence.

Level 3: Glance and a Half

Level 3 is the first level where interest is conveyed, ever so slightly. Like the other lower levels of eye contact, the glance-and-a-half is subtle and difficult to notice without a lot of practice. It’s when someone looks at you and breaks eye contact as they normally do, but they hold the eye contact for a split second longer than is normal. I’m talking maybe 1/4 of a second longer.Whereas Level 2 eye contact may last half a second, Level 3 will last 3/4 of a second. It’s subtle, it’s short, and it’s unconscious. Humans are wired to spend more time looking at things they find attractive on an unconscious level. So in their mind, they’re still breaking eye contact with you, but in practice, they’re actually looking at you 50% longer than they would normally.It took me a while to start picking up on Level 3 eye contact. Level 3 happens most often when they are consciously focused on something else, such as on their cell phone or talking to somebody they’re with. They don’t realize that they’re looking at you, though they totally are. Any eye contact from Level 3 upwards should be a strong incentive for the two of you to at least have a conversation.

Level 4: Double Glance

Here’s a good habit to get yourself into once you’re able to maintain eye contact with people walking around. Any time you make eye contact with someone attractive and they look away, keep looking at them for another few seconds. A percentage of them will look at you a second time. In my experience, this is a clear sign of physical interest, and 95%+ of the subsequent interactions you initiate with this person will be received warmly.What’s funny is that even on Level 4 eye contact, most people are not conscious that they’re doing it. I’ve approached women who have looked at me twice in a row and I mentioned that I saw them look at me, and they seriously didn’t remember looking at me. I’ve even said, “We did an eye contact thing. We made eye contact like three times in a row, you didn’t notice?” And they didn’t… or they were lying scumbags. Either way, just goes to show how most people are off in their own little world not thinking about any of this stuff.Regardless, the unconscious mind is always seeking out things it finds interesting or intriguing, so if their eyes keep falling on you, it’s a sign.

Level 5: The Gaze

The Gaze is the last level that can occur unconsciously although it’s usually conscious. This is when someone looks at you and just keeps looking at you past the normal “look away” moment. This is a solid 2-3 seconds of eye contact without them breaking it. When undesired, this becomes the infamous “creep stare.” But in the cases of desirable people looking at you, this is extremely good news.This is why it’s so important to get in the habit of being able to hold eye contact because otherwise, you’ll miss out on all of the people giving you Level 3-5 eye contact. The Gaze is a clear and large sign of interest. You’d be pretty dumb to pass up this signal.

Level 6: The Smile

The sixth level of eye contact is The Gaze plus a smile. If The Gaze is a clear sign telling you that they’re interested, throwing a smile on top of it may as well be a neon flashing billboard. If someone you find attractive gives you Level 6 and you don’t talk to them, not only are you an idiot, but you probably have some serious anxiety going on.

Level 7: The Eye Fuck

This is someone who makes eye contact, holds it, smiles, and then never stops. They just keep staring and smiling, and staring and smiling, sometimes for minutes at a time.Eye fucking is the first level of eye contact that makes the leap from “interested/curious” to “they want to have sex with me.” Eye fucking doesn’t withhold any intentions. It’s about as much interest as one can possibly display through eye contact alone. If you get eye fucked by an attractive person and don’t act on it, you’re probably blind or mid-seizure. I can’t think of any other reasonable explanation.When undesired, The Eye Fuck is exceedingly creepy. If you’re a man and you regularly eye fuck women who do not reciprocate or smile back, then you will likely meet Mr. Pepper Spray in your near future.Eye fuckers will often end up approaching you if you don’t approach. Although many of them will give up if you don’t approach for a few minutes and assume you’re not interested. If you’re a man and a woman is eye fucking you, the hint should be clear: she wants you to talk to her.

Level 8: The Dreamboat

The Dreamboat happens when someone has fallen for you. This is when you wake up in the morning to someone staring at you with that dreamy smile like they’re drunk or stayed up all night sniffing glue. It’s the way two people look at each other when cuddling and making cutesy noises while rubbing their noses together.The Dreamboat almost never happens before you’ve had sex with someone, and if it does, they’re either Amish or it’s a giant red flag. Usually, it starts happening a month or two into a new relationship, although it can happen in as little as a couple nights together (or in rare circumstances, one).Assuming the feeling is mutual, The Dreamboat is amazing. It’s the most validating eye contact a person can give you. Centuries of literature and million-dollar films have thrived off of what The Dreamboat stare signifies. It’s what we humans are obsessed with on some level. And whether we like to admit it or not, it’s what most of us are after in the long-run. So when you find it, enjoy it.But… if the feeling is not mutual, if The Dreamboat is a one-way street, it’s not always such a pleasant experience. Unrequited love is no fun for anybody. Nobody likes to break a heart and make those eyes cry. Just be honest and upfront, break things off with respect and dignity, and hope that their eyes don’t morph into…

Level 9: The Crazies

The 9th and final level of eye contact cannot be explained as much as experienced.When you experience The Crazies, a person doesn’t even have to be present to see them. They haunt you. They’re everywhere and nowhere.It’s the guy who wakes you up by banging on your window at 3AM crying that you never called him back. Or the girl who faked being pregnant because she thought it’d get you to get back together with her. Or the guy who carved your name into his arm as a birthday present.They’re the eyes that look at you in earnest when they say they want to quit their job and move to Tahiti so that you two can be together, perfectly alone, forever. The Crazies signify delusion, hopeless emotion, and the complete loss of a grip on reality. The Crazies often come with a restraining order.People who have seen The Crazies and lived to tell do so with a level of humility and despondence. Most have dealt with their share of irrational and dramatic relationships. Some have perhaps witnessed The Crazies for fleeting moments—an enraged girlfriend who ran around at him with a baseball bat, the guy who left her 43 angry voicemails in one night—and these people pass these stories of insanity around almost as a badge of honor.But most of those who have seen the depths, looked into the eyes and seen the true amorous insanity behind them, like any true veteran prefer to keep the pain and horror stowed away in their hearts, not to see the light of day.They say all is fair in love and war, and in certain places and at certain times, the two don’t feel so different. And like any war story, living it and telling it do neither justice.

What Do You See?

Humans have a tendency to make things more difficult than they have to be. When we’re not sure we can do something, we put it off. We turn whatever “it” is into a 12-headed hydra that haunts our every waking moment. But if we’d just gone ahead and done it, we would have discovered “it” wasn’t so bad after all.Eye contact is one such “it.” Unless you have a pathological fear, in which case you’d better seek professional help, eye contact is something you can practice and get good at.If making eye contact with strangers is one level too far, you can begin with people you feel comfortable with. Next time you’re listening to your best friend tell you about their day, look into their eyes rather than at their ears,Another easy trick is: if you feel uncomfortable looking into someone’s eyes, stand or sit a little further away from them. Research shows that the closer you stand to someone looking at you, the less you’re able to make eye contact, especially if the other person is of the opposite sex.Practice your eye contact. Learn to decode the 11 levels. Let your eyes be the windows to your soul. And your dating life will never be the same again.

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