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Tactics Tuesdays: Watch for the Doggy Dinner Bowl Look in Women

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Women wear a specific facial expression when they want sex now. Keep your eyes peeled for it to get some easy wins.

There's a way a woman will look at you when she's totally into you and ready to go.

She tilts her head down. Her eyes widen. Her pupils dilate. Her eyebrows rise. She'll probably smile, and when she does, it looks like a childlike grin she can't control. You transfix her: she stares at you, looking like that, smiling like that, when you're not looking, and also when you are. If you stop speaking and just stare at her yourself, she'll stare back, with those transfixed eyes, longer than she normally would. You have the entirety of her attention. Her awareness radius has shrunk to you, and you alone.

She may face her body completely toward you. She doesn't have to, but she often will.

If she breaks eye contact, when she does it'll be to look down, even if she's usually the in-control sort who doesn't break eye contact down.

The nonverbal message you get from her as she does this is "I'm ready for it. Waiting for you."

The look is not sexy in the traditional flirtatious sense. It is not a thing a woman learns how to do. It is innocent, in a way. There is no practiced sensuality in it.

It's different from normal flirtation.

Instead, the look is wholly, strictly an involuntary expression that more says "I'm eager and willing" than it does "I'm flirty or horny." Eagerness and willingness are the key emotions behind the look. She is ready for whatever you want with her. She's handing herself over to you.

This look is impossible to mistake once you've learned to look for it.

If you haven't yet, it's one of the most absolutely essential looks to watch for.

As soon as you see it, it's 'game over' (in a good way)... if you notice and take action on it.

Chase AmanteAbout the Author: Chase Amante

Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone. So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating. After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website. He will teach you everything he knows about girls in one single program in his One Date System.



Neal's picture

Hey Chase, I'm in a Facebook groupchat where they constantly talk about cars. Attracting women with cars, fixing cars, and even a 17 year-old girl posted she has a requirement that her bfs know how to fix cars (or at least change tires). Can you guys do an article on women and cars?

Ben's picture

The first DDB girl seems fake/insincere to me when real girls have had that facial expression when talking to me I've always felt that they disliked me.. any idea why?

The third DDB girl (the asian ice-cream holding one) seems distant, like she whatever is going on around her isn't interesting. 

Am I just miscalibrated on this? 


Axe Rogue's picture

Great article, liking the analysis. Reminds me of the "steak look" I got from a girl once while walking on campus.


She stared at me with dilated pupils, mouth slightly ajar, and full eye contact. I likened it to the way you would look at a nice, juicy steak. Or maybe she just wanted to eat my face, hahah.


At the time, I could tell she was into me. I also ecall how her reaction was involuntary, i.e. not her conciously trying to entice me with a look.

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