How Each Zodiac Sign Panics When Flirting
You send risky texts to the person you like and then toss your phone across the room because you’re too scared to read their reply.
You stare at your crush from across the room — but you look away as soon as they make eye contact and never actually approach them.
You write out flirtatious messages to your crush — and then overthink what you’re doing and delete them without actually sending.
You post pictures to impress your crush, then immediately regret it and delete them.
You check the mirror over and over again, worried about how you look from their point of view.
You actually flirt pretty well in person — but then you run the conversation through your head a million times after they walk away and freak out.
You fidget with your earrings, your bracelets, your necklaces, everything because you can’t keep still.
You try to come up with jokes and talking points ahead of time, but then forget everything as soon as you see them.
You get nervous about saying anything too forward and coming across as creepy, and you end up barely flirting at all.
You stare at your crush’s posts and pictures for way longer than you should, trying to come up with something clever to say to them.
You sputter out the first thing that pops into your head without thinking through what you’re actually saying.
You send your friends screenshots so they can help you figure out what to say to this person.
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