Cleo's Dating Blog

Experiment #1: Eye Contact

Posted on: April 16, 2010


I am proposing our first experiment…

(drum roll)

I am calling it “Eye Contact” which sounds easy, but there really is a lot more to it.

The way I see it, there are 4 types of eye contact. Each of these four types attracts a different type of guy.

1. Flirty- This look is very intrguing. A guy will have to be confident in order to approach you and will usually have a game plan, such as buying you a drink. The more eye contact you give him, the more confident he will be. But give him too much attention and this look can be interrupted as you wanting his nuts right here and right now.

2. Sultry- A guy that approaches you with this look probably isn’t thinking with his brain… if you know what I mean. You can use this look to hook in a prospective dinner-buyer and then switch in some other types of eye contact to keep him from getting the wrong idea.

3. Shy/Sweet- This look may not be the best way at attracting attention, but it is a great way to get a guy comfortable enough to open up and be honest with you. If not, then you know he is truly a dbag.

4. Confident- this look exudes a sense of uninterest and unapproachability. It will be hard to find a guy confident enough to approach you if you use this look all the time, unless of course he is a cocky douche bag. Another way of giving off this type of impression is by wearing sunglasses with frames the size of Hawaii. If you want a guy to approach, try leaving those at home. However, this look is great if you want to warn a guy about his words or where he is putting his hands.

Why is it important to know about eye contact? Because we want to attract and retain the right types of guys… and this is the easiest way to start! I found this and thought it was clever:

The nice men are ugly.

The handsome men are not nice.

The handsome and nice men are gay.

The handsome, nice and heterosexual men are married.

The men who are not so handsome, but are nice men, have no money.

The men who are not so handsome, but are nice men with money, think we are only after their money.

The handsome men without money are after our money.

The handsome men who are not so nice, and somewhat heterosexual, don’t think we are beautiful enough.

The men who think we are beautiful, that are heterosexual, somewhat nice and have no money, are cowards.

The men who are somewhat handsome, somewhat nice and have no money, and THANK GOD are straight, are shy and never make the first move.

The men who never make the first move, automatically lost interest in us, when we take the initiative.

Ultimate Goal: To be the one married to the handsome, nice, rich, and heterosexual men (unless you are gay of course.. vote No on Prop 8!).

Project: Experiment with all four this upcoming week and see what happens! Pick random guys at the store, mall, bars, gym, etc and see how they respond. Do they look away really fast? Do the give a double take? Do they approach and ask for your number? What direction does the conversation go? Is he even looking at your eyes?

Your eyes are one of the most effective and important ways of communicating. If you don’t believe me and don’t want to try my experiment then good luck getting any positive attention. Lady Gaga covers often covers her eyes so consequently must make up for it with an orbit.

So unless you want to wear an orbit, try my experiment.




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