You know the cliché that says that guys think you’re flirting with them just by smiling and saying hello? It turns out there are a whole host of things we ladies do that turn our guys on -- without even knowing it!
According to a viral post on Reddit, guys pretty much think girls are sexy just by virtue of existing. It’s the power of the boobs, man, I’m telling you. But apparently there are certain little things girls do that drive the guys wild.
Are you ready for a list so you can commit them to memory? Only if you promise to use your newfound powers for good and not evil.
The top 25 unintentional things girls do that drive guys wild:
- Putting your hair up.
- Taking your hair down.
- Putting your hair up and securing it with chopsticks.
- Shaking your hair.
- Catching a whiff of your freshly shampooed hair.
- Basically guys really like hair.
- Arching your back when you stretch.
- The teeny bit of tummy exposed when your shirt lifts up with a big stretch.
- The small groans you make when you stretch.
- Straight and smooth hair.
- Curly hair.
- Wild hair.
- Did I mention that guys like hair?
- A genuine smile.
- Laughing at his jokes -- the dumber the joke, the better.
- Eyes crinkling when you laugh.
- Eye contact -- this one apparently makes them forget how to speak English.
- That stance when you sort of lean on your hip and stick it out to the side a bit.
- “Dem hips.”
- Standing on your toes to reach for something -- even when it’s completely unnecessary.
- Pajamas. Community’s Troy Barnes was on to something when he said, "I'm more turned on by women in pajamas than lingerie. I just wanna know they feel comfortable."
- Taking off your bra under your shirt (ok, this one isn’t a surprise).
- Biting your lower lip when you’re concentrating (also not a surprise -- thank you Christian Grey!).
- When you smooth your skirt over your behind before you sit down.
- Smiling. They love the smiles.
Ladies -- what subtle sorceries have you employed to attract a little male attention? Gentlemen -- what drives you crazy about us women?
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