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    Wink Flirting the Indian way...

    Hi,

    To make it short, I'm not Indian. Anyone could help enlightening me on the question how serious you have to take it, when an Indian guy is flirting with you? How do these things work in India?

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    can you put up your question once again please, i never heard anything like serious flirting

    If guy is flirting then obviously he is looking for his own joy and someone to date. If you are looking for a long time relationship then its better to check him out for few dates before getting in to relation.
    otherwise if you are just looking for some time pass date dating then go for it :thumbup1:

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    Don't know if you can call that flirting, more like being in contact with that person, he talks to you very nicely promising you loads of things... and then doesn't fulfill them... Normal?
    Not quite sure how to explain what I mean. Is it clear?

    Apart from the fact that I had the impression that quite a lot of guys were nearly "running after me", more than I'm used to from other parts of the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_J_82 View Post
    Apart from the fact that I had the impression that quite a lot of guys were nearly "running after me", more than I'm used to from other parts of the world.
    quite normal reaction in India if you happen to be a single young foreign female with fair skin.

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    Eurasian but they don't mean it really serious, do they? Or is this the normal way to express feelings?

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    In case of most of them, they are just following the conditioned belief that foreign girls are "easy".

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    "Easy" in what sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by panchabhut View Post
    In case of most of them, they are just following the conditioned belief that foreign girls are "easy".
    I disagree
    Please don't talk about an individual, talk about the community after keeping law of average in mind. May be such people are available but everyone is not same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke Skywalker View Post
    why is my answer not visible?

    You can see this in spy.
    its not visible coz its already been deleted, now don't put it in quotes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_J_82 View Post
    "Easy" in what sense?
    Note that Indians are very straight laced in the matter of girl-boy relationship, dating, sex, etc. Boys and girls do not mix socially in India as much as in the west. Things are changing but there is still an "old fashioned" idea about the whole gammut.

    Even friendly touching is rare between boys and girls, let alone a peck on the cheek. Any behaviour like that and Indians do assume the wrong meaning. A girl casually taking a guy's arm will make the guy think that there is "more to come". And an Indian girl will be quite uncomfortable with similar behaviour from guys.

    Also books, fiction, novels, movies, TV soaps, etc. have created the impression that flirting, dating (and sex) is just part of the normal life and very casual, no wooing involved, one-night stands, etc. This is not the case, I know. But just like, many people in west believe that India is a people of snake charmers and fakirs sleeping on a bed of nails, this is the perception. Did you know that an American asked me "how many tigers were present (in the wild) in the city where I lived?" - and he was not jesting.

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