Flirting. Are some people just born knowing how to do it? Perhaps,
but that doesn’t mean you can’t become good at it too. Flirting is a
skill. And, like any skill, the more you do it, the better you become.
On this entertaining and informative evening in Copenhagen, social and
cultural anthropologist, Jean Smith, will teach you how. Carrying out an
anthropological study on flirting, she has researched the flirting
behaviour of over 250 people in the cities of London, Paris, New York
and Stockholm. She has uncovered 6 signs of flirting that are universal.
Created for both women and men, if you are interested in learning the
signs that indicate when someone is interested in you, as well as how to
show you are interested (without making a fool of yourself) then this
talk is for you.
How to begin a conversation with someone you find attractive
How to escalate and how to desist: the five levels of flirting
How to think of flirting as ‘opportunity hunting’
How to avoid being creepy by using the test and assess method
How to become rejection proof
Moving it from friend zone to flirt zone
H.O.T. A.P.E: a step-by-step guide on how to flirt (without looking desperate), using Jean’s scientific research on flirting
recent attendee, Amanda, described it as a “fun, relaxed, practical
instruction…(Smith) confirmed what you’re doing is right, and showed you
what you need to adjust,” she continued, “It’s very nice to get some
Come join the other singles of Copenhagen and learn how to flirt in the coolest cocktail bar in the city.