gesture meaning/ body language

body gestures - the language of our body
Philippines
April 16, 2007 1:31am CST
i have here some lists of body gestures.. try to look and see if it is true.. PLAYING WITH HAIR: "tell me you love me"HOLDING HANDS" "we definitely love each other ARMS AROUND THE WASTE "i love you too much to let go of you"LAUGHING WHILE KISSING: "I am completely comfortable with you" SMACK KISS: "I'm ready"FOREHEAD KISS: "hope we're together forever" HAND KISS: "I adore you" LIPS: "I love you" now, what do you think of these.. is it true?
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• United States
19 Apr 07
Plus rating for the discussion and for the picture! You have gotten them all down pretty well. Granted, as another commenter said, this is not a Perfect Science, but it is perfectly fun, especially the laughter kiss! ~Donna
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• Philippines
21 Apr 07
oohlala! thanks for that!
• India
18 Apr 07
I believe that the body gives signals through the way it behaves. But I would think that it should vary little bit in every person, because every person is different. Some signals I know of are - biting nails: Tension, anxiety dropped head - inferiority complex, guilt playing with ones owns hands and fingers - restlessness, inferiority complex Hands locked into one another - Introvert mind, I don't wannna tell
• Philippines
19 Apr 07
yes I agree that every individual creature living in this world is unique.
@franxexces (1098)
• Philippines
2 May 07
Playing with the hair... Uhm hair talk is common among girls (probably because we have so much of it) I even saw a shampoo commercial about hair talk. Twirling usually means that you're off in daydream land or thinking about something. However, it also makes you look unsure of yourself,guilty or bored-not a good impression to make when your teacher is watching or you're trying to project power and confidence. Keep your hands busy and your hair tied back if you must.
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@lucy02 (5017)
• United States
16 Apr 07
Sometimes they are. Not sure about the holding hands. If one person initiates the hand holding then the other person just may go along so as not to make the other feel rejected, esp if its the first date.
@cdparazo (5769)
• Philippines
16 Apr 07
I believe that they could be very true. Sometimes what we fail to say is manifested in our actions and gestures. Our body language tells its own story.