Flirting 101: How to Flirt Smart

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1. Immediately talk about your future.  That is the collective "your".  How we say in the south, y'alls future.  He wants to know exactly how many kids you want and what their names will be.  Also, throw in where you will live and how your wedding will be.  Show him your Pinterest board of all of your Christmas card ideas.  He'll probably love the "denim on denim" theme as much as you do.
2. Hint at how "forever alone" you might be in the future if that first tip seems too straight-forward.  Guys love hearing melodramatic tales about having to marry your cat because he doesn't actually have a say in what he does.  Then maybe throw in some fake tears about how your cat would actually just abandon you anyways.
3.  Begin flooding your social media with adorable pictures of the two of you.  The cuter and more hopelessly romantic, the better.  It's best to do this after your first date so he knows where you stand.  Endlessly tweet romantic quotes and kissy-face emojis.
Actually, I suck at flirting...
“How to Flirt Smart: Tips to Charm and Chat Up the Opposite Sex” 

"Need to up your game? A few smart tweaks to your pick-up strategy will have you chatting 'em up like a pro. When you’re too smart for an e-book, try SmartBook and don’t just work hard—work smart."


Look, we're all smart people.  Especially if we're in college, right?  We can do precalculus algebra, we can write an A paper in one night, and we can learn the rules of sports.  If we feel that we can't manage something, that's okay because we have smart phones and smart cars.  There are two things that a lot of us can't quite figure out: how to flirt with the opposite sex and how to work smarter instead of harder. I tried to give you flirting tips, but if you asked my boyfriend he would probably tell you that I'm actually pretty awkward...  I can, however, suggest you check out McGraw-Hill's SmartBook.  If you're phone and your car are already smart, then shouldn't your books be as well?  Learn how to work smarter, not harder.  Also, guys, this method does work.  Hedgehogs are possibly a good option as well.

*This is a sponsored post thanks to Her Campus Blogger Network and McGraw-Hill, but all thoughts are 100% mine!
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