Girl are able to attract guys without even trying. Some of the things they do can make a guy head over heels for her and she wouldn't even know it. The fact is, straight men really dig beautiful women and if the girls so much as even look their way, well you have one fine recipe for love. Basically anyone who is attractive is free for the taking and everything they do is hot. Here are some of those things.
Yes. The smile. Now your intentions are to simply be nice and let the boy become more comfortable around you. What you don't know is that the idea of them banging you is already cooking in their heads. That smile is something they'll think about for a long, long time.
Whenever you look at them, or at anything else for that matter, the boys chalk it up as if you're interested in them. Remember, you're not even staring at them at this point, you're simply looking at their way and then looking away. But that's enough to make them drool over you.
Girls traditionally have long hair. And it tends to get in the way of life sometimes, requiring you to adjust them so they're not bothering you. Well this alone is enough to get the creepy boys aroused. Hair is after all, one of the trademarks of a woman's beauty.
Confident girls are attractive girls. Being shy also works, but confidence is something that has a way of attracting attention, and boys love women who are not afraid to face the world without fear. That's one way to look attractive.
The mere act of you eating something does weird things to their brain. Simply observing you is enough to get their body shaking and they start getting a big crush over you. Here's a tip, don't bite your lips while eating, that will definitely turn them on.
Lips are erogenous zones because of their high number of nerve endings. They're also what boys go after as soon as love making starts. So when you bite your lips, it releases a surge of love chemicals such as serotonin in their brains.
If you have a particular perfume to help remember you by, then the mere whiff of the air around you can get their hearts running faster than a sparrow's heartbeat. Don't be surprised when they ask you what cologne you wear.
Gone are the days when men used to like women who were damsels in distress. Today, it's about asserting control, and the more you dominate, the more you attract attention. Boys love powerful girls, now obviously you're not trying to get their attention, but hey, it's working.
Even though you're not really being playful with the boys, the fact that you're so fun to be around is enough to get them aroused. So when you giggle and run around like a little child, you can bet someone has already fallen in love with you.
Yes. This one's enough to send a powerful message to them. While eye contact is a natural part of having any normal conversation, boys sometimes tend to take it the wrong way. The fact that you're looking at them right in the eye makes them want you.
Obviously you're not an evil person who hates men. So you act nice around them and respect them, showing admiration. But boys think you're giving them 'secret' cues when you show even the tiniest bit of respect, so be a little careful.
Boys appreciate it when you stop pretending like miss goody too shoes and act like your real self. So when you show your true feelings to them, that also tends to make them want you real bad.
It's not possible to work with a boy in a project without giving them some attention. Well all that extra attention is really making them fall in love. Don't get too close if you want to avoid a relationship with him.
When you acknowledge that the boy knows something more than you do, that sends mixed signals to their brains that perhaps you're interested in them. They think that you are 'submitting' to their dominant alpha male features or something.
That's very important these days. When you go out of your way to stop flaunting your beauty around them, that actually serves to captivate their attention rather than divert it. Boys like girls who are modest about their beauty and like to remain in dignified attire.
When we think of inventors, the image that comes to mind is usually that of a frazzled scientist toiling away in a lab, not celebrities pulled from the pages of Us Weekly. However, a number of well-known public figures hold patents for various innovations. Some are related to the work that made them famous, while others are offshoots of hobbies or just a single great idea.
Part of guitar wizard Eddie Van Halen's signature sound was his two-handed tapping technique, but letting all ten fingers fly while simultaneously holding up the guitar's neck could get a bit tricky. Van Halen came up with a novel way to get around this problem, though; he invented a support (top) that could flip out of the back of his axe's body to raise and stabilize the fretboard so he could tap out searing songs like "Eruption." While Van Halen was obviously interested in improving his guitar work, the patent application he filed in 1985 notes that the device would work with any stringed instrument. Want to tap out a scorching mandolin solo? Find someone selling Eddie's device.
It’s probably not surprising that James Cameron—who designed a submersible to take him to the deepest known part of the ocean—will often invent technology to make his films if what he needs doesn’t exist. He holds a number of patents, including US Patent No. 4996938, “apparatus for propelling a user in an underwater environment,” that he and his brother, Michael, created to film The Abyss and patented in 1989. The device is basically an underwater dolly equipped with propellers that makes it easy for a camera operator to maneuver in the water—and allowed Cameron to capture the shots he wanted for the 1989 film, part of which was filmed in an abandoned nuclear reactor.
In 1987 Jamie Lee Curtis designed and patented a disposable diaper that included a waterproof pocket that held baby wipes. She hasn't profited from her idea yet, though, since she refuses to license the patent until diaper companies make biodegradable products.
You know him as a rock legend, but Neil Young also loves trains—so much that he owns a stake in a model train manufacturing company and has an extensive collection. He also holds seven patents related to model trains, including Patent No. US5441223, "Model train controller using electromagnetic field between track and ground."