Language and dating
"Dilation is a brain response that occurs when you like and are attracted to something," Wood says.2. People tend to use this subconscious expression to help open their eyes when they like what they see.If he raises his brows ever so slightly while you're talking, it means he's interested in whatever you're saying.3. "Guys stop smiling like this around the age of 5 — unless they're happy," Wood says.More anecdotally, Mc Dermott also noted: “Like having an accent, having a second language can be seen as sexy, worldly.It is also an indicator of higher education.” Recent research from another dating site, OKCupid, also found that women who said they found education attractive were more likely to find a partner on its platform.Michael Mc Dermott, a data scientist at the company who collated the research, said in an email that there were some correlations between being bilingual and other traits that had been found to make people successful on the site.People who listed a second language on their profile were more likely to fill out more information on their profiles generally, and to be more willing to share information about themselves.Here are the full results from Plenty Of Fish’s language study: Bilingual men were most likely to receive messages if their second language was…
To excel in the world of romance, you’ll need to be able to speak reasonably.
Stereotypes about languages and the people who speak them abound: French is romantic, Italian lyrical, Spanish passionate.
But those languages didn’t come out on top in an analysis of dating behavior in the US that found the ability to speak a second language other than English appears to make people vastly more attractive to the opposite sex—and also that your second tongue of choice matters.
Forget conversation, pickup lines, and great texting skills: Body language is the unsung hero of the dating game."Body language isn't as much about the reality of what you're doing, it's about the perceived value of your actions," says Chris Ulrich, senior instructor at the Body Language Institute.
Basically, it doesn't matter how into someone you are if you're giving off the wrong signals.