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Looking at this woman, one can see that she is not 100% attracted to the man in front of her. There are some subtle signs that she may be slightly interested in him, but not enough to pursue a relationship.

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Question: What are signs that a woman is one percent attracted to you?

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It is not possible to accurately determine someone's attraction to you based on a specific percentage. However, here are some common signs that a woman may be attracted to you: 1. She maintains eye contact with you. 2. She leans in when you talk. 3. She laughs at your jokes, even if they aren't that funny. 4. She touches your arm or shoulder while talking to you. 5. She asks personal questions about your life. 6. She compliments you or flirts with you. 7. She initiates conversation or keeps it going. 8. She seems enthusiastic to spend time with you. 9. She may play with her hair or adjust her appearance while around you. 10. She may find excuses to touch you, like giving you a hug or high-five. Remember that attraction can be subjective and not everyone expresses it in the same way. The best way to know if someone is attracted to you is to be direct and ask them how they feel.

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March 20, 2023, 10:57 p.m.

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Published: Monday, March 20, 2023

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