A survey of 12,000 adults showed that more than one in five would be prepared to flirt with
a manager if they thought it would help their career, twice as many as in 2004.
When it comes to naughty phone calls, Kylie Minogue came out tops as the celebrity most men would like to flirt with
over the phone, whilst men over 50 years old favoured Julia Roberts.
Experts encourage flirting, even after rejection, because many times people flirt with
all the wrong people.
When I first saw him I thought: He looks nice and used to flirt with
AS you say the best way to let a lad know that you like him without simply coming out and saying it is to flirt with
One in ten British workers would flirt with
the boss to gain a promotion, according to a survey.
One in five of those polled by Top Sante magazine said she would flirt with
the boss to boost her job prospects and 12pc claimed it had gained them promotion.
Joan offered to accompany me to parties, walk six paces behind, point out which women were trying to flirt with
In order to break a case, Danny has to go undercover and flirt with
a sexy swindler; Barbara has to go undercover to flirt with
a nerdy one - and she isn't thrilled at the inequity of the deal.
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London, July 13 (ANI): Don't get smitten by men who flirt with
you at work place - as a new study has indicated that many of them do so just to relieve boredom.
It's probably because he has a new girl to flirt with
There are two possibilities in play here: 1) He thinks other girls are hot and flirts with them, or 2) he doesn't really think other girls are hot and doesn't flirt with
them, but he wants you to think that so you'll be jealous.
Once-closeted pop stars who are now out recall that their own labels never wanted them to flirt with
sexual ambiguity, even in the best of times.
Almost two-thirds of all women workers questioned (65 per cent) says they flirt with
male colleagues they find attractive and 15 per cent of the Midlanders questioned said they would flutter their eyelashes at the "top-of-the-tree" boss - five per cent higher than the national average.