The purpose of flirting is to show affection and attract potential partners. It is an advanced communication method to send subtle signals that are sensitively transmitted, instead of directly saying "I like you", and to see if you can move on to a romantic relationship by observing their reaction. However, when you stand in front of someone you like, your body hardens and you can be confused about what to do. So experts have stepped forward. Psychologists have studied the ways we flirt, and what works best among them. Now let's find out the answers.
(Hint: There are separate methods that are effective on men versus women.)