Friday, May 28, 2010 3:05:22 PM
This is just retarded. And all wrong. You can't judge someone from an isolated posture. Also postures` meanings depend on context (i.e. off balance might mean - tired leg; touching neck - might mean tired neck) Also most if not all people have individual body-language. Also most cultures have different body-language. Also the face is PREEEEETTY important when you are trying to see what the body language means, and cutting it out is just stupid. If someone wants to understand body-language - he must learn the underlying reasons, isolated postures mean NOTHING by themselves.
Friday, May 28, 2010 11:18:26 AM
genericuser, I don't agree. There is no way I would make my boobs as prominent as that if I didn`t want them to be noticed. That might be just a big boob thing, though. It`s impossible for me to talk to a straight guy without feeling very conscious that they`re noticing my boobs, and as such I either try to sort of conceal them (by crossing my arms or just holding one arm somehow in front of them), or I use them to my advantage (by just standing normally, holding my arm behind my back to push them forward, or squeezing my arms to my side to push them together).
Friday, May 28, 2010 10:52:32 AM
incredibly inaccurate. When you cross your arm behind your back, it's a version of crossing your arms in front of you. Means you are uncomfortable, definitely not that I want you. Body language is fairly easy: tilted or facing towards you = good, tilted or facing away = bad.