What would we do without studies? They tell us such important, hidden truths about the world--without them we might be lost!
Today's revolutionary finding comes from The University of Aberdeen, where researches found that people interpret eye-contact and smiling as signs that you like them, and these social cues make them reciprocate the love. Telling someone you like them is another way to up your attraction factor. Who woulda thunk it?
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According to the BBC, the finding is useful for single people because it can help them weed out those who aren't interested. The Beeb counsels us to "avoid wasting time on attractive individuals who appear unlikely to reciprocate." Valuable insight.
So if you want to woo that dude who gave you change at the laundromat, try flashing him your pearly whites instead of scowling because you need more quarters. If he ignores you he's probably not interested. But maybe he's just worried you'll smell his dirty socks! If you persist and still he doesn't respond, you might be out of luck. Just in case, check out Tango's guide to flirting, for more tips.
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Now go out and conquer! Er, flirt.
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