Yesterday, at a pub, I came across an interesting body language strategy that I have not deciphered yet.
I was wondering if you could help me, here begins the story.
Yesterday, at a pub, I was with some friends having a beer.
Suddenly, two women meet next to my group and begin to talk. They were displaying signals of engagement: feet pointed directly to one another, mirroring body language...
However, one of them did something unusual with her feet (she was to the left of me, to be specific).
She did this (while standing, by the way): she crossed her right leg over her left leg, so that her right foot was pointed at me. When she did this, she tilted her body just a little bit in my direction. It was subtle, but noticeable.
The weird thing is that she did this intermittently, every few minutes (it was a long conversation). Follow the link below to have an approximate idea of what I am talking about.
How would you interpret this? It felt as though she was trying to get my attention.
Sorry for the long story, but I think it's worth it.