QuizzesWhat is Your Flirting Style? July 7, 201906 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter As we grow up, we start to meet different people, some of whom we tend to admire. When we admire a person, we will always want to make friends with the person. However, when it has to do with the opposite sex, we become more cautious. We don’t want to make a fool of ourselves. We also know that making too many mistakes could make us lose our chance. This could end up making some of us pushy or shy as opposed to being confident. If you don’t know on which side you fall, this quiz will help you get an idea of your flirting style. 1. Do you ask any questions when you flirt? Yes, I ask questions to know the other person more. Occasionally, after thinking if I should or not. Never, I just allow the person to say whatever they wish to say and don’t ask questions even if I have questions to ask. 2. Do you discuss a lot about yourself? Yes, I try to introduce myself properly and aptly. Yes, I talk a lot about myself, but I always feel I am not making sense as I sometimes notice my partner feeling bored or start operating the phones. No, I just sit down quietly and give straight answers to questions directed at me. 3. What do you wear when going on a date? Something sweet. Something decent. Something loud. 4. Do you try to do what others are doing? No, I have my own strategies and I stick to them. Sometimes. Yes, I always try to follow what my friends do and what I watch in movies. 5. If you are talking to someone and they are not being responsive, would you still go ahead to ask for their number? Yes, I would still go ahead. I would not while hoping we get a chance to see again. I would not and I will never want to see them. 6. Have you ever gone through a friend to get someone’s phone number? No, I prefer to ask directly and if I am not given, I try again once more, then give up. Occasionally. It is the best way I think I can get the phone number of someone I am interested in. 7. Has any of your friends ever asked you for flirting advice? Yes, many of them. Just one or two. None, they laugh at my methods instead. 8. When in the midst of strangers, do you feel shy? No, I am always very confident. A bit, but I make a conscious attempt to relate. Yes, and I am as quiet as possible. 9. What do you do when there is an indication someone doesn’t like you? I allow them their decision, it doesn’t bother me. I ask why, and that is sometimes followed by a number of other questions. I feel bad and always sulk whenever I remember. 10. Have you ever gone out of your way to please someone just to get their attention? No, I stay with those who accept me and give those who don’t their space. If I really like the person, but not so much out of my way. Yes, I have. A couple of times.Variants of Result After answering these questions truthfully, it will give you a direction as to if you are awkward, pushy or confident. The questions were meant to focus on how you approach people you like as well as how they perceive your attempts. This is because this could sometimes be a turn off for some people. It is, however, not too bad, since we are all different, what turns off some people, turn off some others. However, being on the awkward side could be a disadvantage as you have a higher chance of being manipulated, if you are approached by a manipulative person or opportunist.