Who does this? Paris Hilton, Katie Price, Kate Walsh
Look at the way you hold your drink the next time you're at a bar - you could be giving away far more about yourself than you may realise. Research commissioned by Walkabout bar chain found that people fall into one of eight categories - giving an insight into our personality from the way we swig a pint or sip a glass of wine.
The flirt (above) is usually a woman, who holds her glass with dainty, splayed fingers in a provocative way. She may position it over her cleavage so as to draw attention to her assets or peer over the rim to make eye contact when taking a sip. She may "tease" the rim of the glass with her finger, perhaps dipping it into the drink and sucking it dry.
The best way to approach is with reciprocal flirtatious gestures.
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