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This source will help you navigate the world of texting. It provides lists of do’s and don’ts not only when you are texting, but even for while you are getting the number.

Online dating flirting: http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2009/jan/24/online-dating-etiquette-advice

The Guardian will help you navigate the world of e-flirting or talking to potential matches in the world of online dating. This article will help you “keep them interested” as well as deal with rejection.

Victorian flirting:


Here’s a fun piece by BuzzFeed Staff, Donna Dickens. This won’t help you with flirting in today’s day and age, but it’s great if you’re looking for a good laugh. See how the use of women’s gloves in the Victorian age played a huge role in non-verbal affirmation/rejection.

Bad Flirting Etiquette:


Listen to Andrew Quo’s rant about the ridiculous expectations of ‘courting’. You know, those things we complain about other people doing but are completely guilty of doing ourselves?

How Stuff Works:


This website, conceived in 1998 at a college professor’s kitchen table, is an award-winning resource that provides reliable and comprehensible information on how the world works.

Social Issues Centre:


The SIRC non-profit organization dedicated to research on social/lifestyle issues, cultural trends, human behavior and relations.

Miss Wingman:


*This is not a scientific source, but it is one I referred to. It is a blog that gives insight into social situations. It’s flirting science put to humorous musings.

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