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Flirting Is Healthy?

Is flirting a crime or [just] a way of boosting your ego?

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id you flirt too much, you will loose your loved one someday.

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flirting is very intersting to me and helps up one's game.

good for the health anyway.

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its like every body is supporting flirting i don't just get it or maybe i understand flirting in a different sense

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so i guess the consensus is,

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yes healthy for those who play well and safe

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Think its good, keeps you mentally active!

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The more you flirt thinking its nothing serious the more you get entangled some day. Just as the two meaning implies but the danger is that we can get confused some times. There fore flirtiing to an extent should be curtailed before some body gets hurt.

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Flirting is mad fun, especially when the other person knows how to keep u going and what u like,

heck, i'm a natural born flirt! (cant help it, i just got to feel like i am still appreciate-able, does it boost my EGO, Yes Oh!!, and it is healthy, because then u dont bcome overly-reliant on ur guy like he is last guy on earth and u have to be putting up with utter rubbish from him), and ur guy knows u love him and respect him, but he's got to be on top of his game at all times.

But the 'flirtor' and the 'firtee' (im not sure these words exist) have to have similar rules / expectations for both sides to enjoy it, otherwise it might feel like one side is coming on too strong (usually teh guy) and then it becomes 'stalking/ petering'

If ur a flirt and ur in a relationship, u gotta know ur limits, i know mine oh,  i will flirt with u, but just dont think i will jump into bed with u, lol, the fact that ur cute or a smooth talker doesn't make u relationship material

i think FLIRTING OPENLY INFRONT OF YOUR PARTNER, OR WITHIN THE SAME NETWORK OF FRIENDS IS A DEFINITE NO-NO AND VERY DISRESPECTFUL-plz do not do it, esp if ur partner is the jealous type

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@ otoidea,

you're feeling a lil ahead of ur game? good for u, so ur style of flirting is informing ur prey of wat ur abt to do, well sori, doesnt work for me dat way, and more over, i choose who i wanna flirt with, you dont choose me,

right now, am too busy for flirting, got work to do, sori nxt time

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thanks jare radiant. u see the picture

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i guess its only meant for mature minds. its an adventure u guys. really. you dont have to get down. it depends on the individual nways.

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if you flirt with me, i'll take you from your man

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Yea, like Breolan said, its like all these drugs that come with the warnin on the bottle- "keep out of reach of children." For the real emotional fellows, don't mess wit it but if u got the heart to take it, why not, step up your game.

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dnt fnk tis. it diminishes ur self esteem.hey, u're worth alot more dn dt!

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flirting en baba na good thing ooooo. we all do it init but is all about emotion and dont let your emtion go over your head so that you won't get yourself into mess

FLIRTYING HEALTHY BAAJEEE

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Well if your flirting means sleeping around, that's not ok,stick to one person and treat her like an angel.

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healthy it is. once it ain't leading to the normal evil intentions men normally hav when they see a hot girl

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If played within d right concept, it can be an ego booster.

It also result in positive thinking for different scenario.

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@breeolan

im feelin a lil ahead of ma game, wana flirt a lil?

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It is very much ok as long as you are single; but when you have a relationship stay away from flirt cuz u'll stay away from trouble oo!

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Hey! Flirting works for me all the time.

Kind of knocks off the boredom,

And the moral of the story is that you had better cuff your chick to yourself,

I'm on he prowl and soon she'll be calling you my name, Hoopy!!!!!

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Flirting is a nicer word for ADULTERY. Once you look at one lustfully, the act has already been commited.The first look might be inevitable but the next look is adultery

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Can somebody quickly give the dictionary meaning of flirt?

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@all,

Just like Breeolan said, its a game for adults only, No kids allowed.

i mean kids as in adults that cant control thier emotions

If a girl wants to be with me, she needs to be OK with the fact that im gonna compliment other ladies

she just needs to be confident that i am mature enuf to end it when appropriate and attach no strings

@rhea, what u described is not flirting, thats sexual harrasment, check Dictionary for reference

if the secretary finds out, she'll sue you

So peeps, get ur flirting skills on

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You bet it is!How do expect to keep your sanity in this boring world? A little something by the side wouldn't hurt nobody,

except your lover!

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I love to flirt a lot but I cant say if its healthy or not.It just depends on the people involved,and being able to stop things from going out of hand,although,that to me is the essence of flirting;things getting uncontrollable.Just try as much as possible to avoid a showdown!As for me,I cant live without eye contacts,with girls I think are soo cute,and unfamiliar,It keeps me going!

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as many of una dey say flirting good, make una remember say na wetin dey sweet na im dey kill persin.

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@acidrop,

i thot we were talking of casual flirting not actually commmiting the act.

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oooooooooooo no its not, cos the beating or yelling or even breakups that follows it is ssssssssssssssssoooo not healthy

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Why only these 2 options? Healthy? In what way? Man, you gotta sort out the definition of flirt!

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Flirting is healthy? OK! *roll eyes*

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is the question for me?

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flirting is ok i think , anyway we all flirt to an extent.

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