Just don't touch or share sexual innuendoes with other dudes.
The idea is to pique his jealousy, not piss him off.
How everybody wins: Maintaining your own life acts like claustrophobia kryptonite.
"When you show that you like him but your world doesn't revolve around him, it says you're confident and self-reliant — two very sexy traits to a guy," says Argov.
"Over dinner, Andy asked me if I was seeing other people.
I just said teasingly, 'Well, I certainly don't stay home alone.' I could see the intrigue was killing him." How everybody wins: Where there's secrecy, there's interest.
Soon enough, he'll be dying to have you fill in the blanks.
Jenny, 24, was able to pique her man's interest by playfully dodging his questions.
So talk about your job and interests but stay mum about the juicier details.Allow him to simmer, wondering what you're doing." Laura,* 21, won over her boyfriend using this trick."Andrew looks like Brad Pitt's little brother, and I knew he was used to women being at his beck and call," she says. But I'm all ears now.' He felt lucky to have caught up with me." How everybody wins: Men, says Argov, equate longing with love.Simply let your guy know that you're very interested in getting together..you're not at tango class, working on your screenplay or dining with friends."Show him that he won't dictate the terms of your relationship and that your life is not on hold for him," says Argov.