Two weeks ago you mentioned that you've always wanted to learn how to sail, and he brings it up when you're chatting.
Maybe he remembers that your favorite color is green or that you're deathly afraid of heights.
This is one example of body language -- a great clue about whether someone likes you.
If she likes you, she's likely to put herself near you whenever possible.
He's probably pretty keen on you, and this is a great opportunity to strike up a conversation -- and maybe more.
He wants to know your take on global warming or your predictions about which team is going to win the Super Bowl.
Donald Trump appears to have a pattern of trying to charm young girls with a line about dating him.
In a December 1992 wire brief in the Chicago Tribune, Trump is described as having spotted a youth choir singing Christmas carols at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan. When they said they were 14, Trump, then 46, replied, “Wow!
Just think — in a couple of years, I'll be dating you."On Wednesday, CBS News reported a similar scenario involving a 10-year-old girl around the same time, when Trump was between his first and second marriages.
In footage from the archives of CBS-owned “Entertainment Tonight," Trump asks the child if she is planning to ride the escalator at Trump Tower.
Like a moth to a flame, he won't be able to avoid staring at you.