Have you seen the seen the signs of someone falling in love? The human animal is a funny thing to watch when falling in love. They stand just a little too close. Stare just a little too long. Laugh just a little too loud. Yes, we are seeing something they don’t. We are seeing someone falling in love and most of us get a kick out of it.
So, what are the signs of someone falling in love? They vary, of course, from person to person and woman to man. But in general they are easy to spot and hilarious to witness. Let’s see if you don’t remember doing some of these things when you were finding love perhaps for the first time.
The Dreamy Gaze:
For men the dreamy gaze is virtually unblinking. As men need to blink far less than women they tend to look like crazed stalkers which may discombobulate some. For women they tend to gaze blinking often and slowly giving them a fluttering/ batting eyelashes look.
The Goofy Grin:
Men will make utter fools of themselves when falling in love, and the goofy grin that comes over their faces when they get their lady love to laugh for the first time is priceless to witness. In women it is more like an expression of total rapture. Their skin glows, their eyes sparkle, pupils dilate and they smile ever-so-sweetly, completely unaware how becoming love looks on them.
The Breathless Dizzies:
Remember to breathe, people, especially when finding love. It’s rather important, yet it’s the one thing we all seem to forget to do when love is in the air. You’d think Cupid was sucking all the oxygen out of the room just to make us dizzy, but it really is us just forgetting to use our lungs.
The Nervous Twitch:
Even the most confident among us have come down with bouts of nerves when we are falling in love. We get jittery, our palms sweat, hearts quicken and clothing somehow feels uncomfortably warm and too snug and all because we really are starting to like that person across the way. We long to be close to them and yet are scared, too.
The Perfect Posture is a Sign of Someone Falling in Love:
Nothing improves posture as well as a good dose of love. Men stand up straighter, chest out, stomach in, shoulders back, head held high. Throw in a drill Sergeant, and they’d be ready for the Marines. Women too throw their chest out, their shoulders down and back unconsciously throwing their curves into better silhouette, but they tend to lean forward as if unwilling to miss one syllable from their guy’s lips and to get closer. An eager female is so becoming to a man.
Men may speak more or less than usual when the love bug bites. Women aimlessly chatter or sit in mute fascination listening to every boring word spewing from their guy.
The Twisted Tongue:
This goes along with the Taciturn/Chatterbox but adds an element of fun when those falling in love try to speak before their brains tell them it’s okay to do so. Slips of the tongue, twisted words and embarrassing admissions come willy-nilly and fast and furious when love strikes.
These are just a few obvious signs of someone falling in love. There are others and strangely enough even as times have changed, people finding love haven’t in essence. In fact, things haven’t changed much since day one. If you want some entertainment, watch your friends when you suspect them falling in love. It’s a hoot!