You met a girl.

You befriended her on Facebook.

She accepts your friend request.

How do you know if she likes you? Well, it’s pretty simple.

Women are like crime scene investigators.

If they allow you into their world of Facebook and you have allowed them into your world of Facebook, you can bet your savings that they have investigated as far back as possible.

That video you have of you and your brother drinking that night at the bar – she found it.

That ridiculous quote you put up there one time that got a lot of negative feedback from your friends – oh yeah, she found that too.

That picture of you in an uncompromising position you never wanted anybody to see – she found that as well.

Women Like to Validate Others

how to know if she likes youHow do you know if she likes you?

Well, if you think about it, women are social media validators.

Whenever a woman puts up a picture of herself that’s pretty, her friends and 75 other people she’s sort of friends with will click like.

They will make sure that they validate their friends. Women are really good at validating.

It’s part of the reason why we have relationships with them. We feel like the king. They validate us nonstop and they make us feel great.

If you meet a woman, within the first 24 hours after she befriended you on Facebook, after she’s done her investigative work on you and searched you out and looked at you and Googled to make sure that you are not a psychotic person who kept people in a bunker underneath your home, like 10 Cloverfield Lane, she is going to like something of yours.

It might be a picture you put up.

It might be a funny video.

It’s going to be something that’s going to give you an opportunity for her to show you what her personality is like. Something about you resonates with her and she’s going to like you.

It’s also a great way to find out a little bit more about this beautiful girl you just met.

Facebook is a pretty cool place. It’s a great way to connect and meet people. I’ve met lots of women on Facebook.

I’ve got nothing to hide on my Facebook page. There are a couple of uncompromising photos of me in shirts that have fruit all over them because I was 11-years-old, but otherwise, I’m pretty good on Facebook.

How to Tell if She Likes You

That’s a quick tip to know whether somebody likes you or not and if she’s interested. Now it’s up to you to make sure that you go and you start flirting with her immediately because Facebook is equivalent to the fifth grade.

If you remember, in the fifth grade if you didn’t act quickly, the girl would no longer have a crush on you, which certainly leads to a funny story.

There was a girl that crushed on me one time in the sixth grade.

I didn’t act quickly enough.

By the time I called her up on the phone – which, by the way, when you called somebody up when you were younger, it was painful as can be; I had to lock myself in the closet to make sure my sister and brother couldn’t find me – I called her up and asked her out because that’s what we did when we were in fifth, sixth grade and seventh grade, we would just ask them out.

“Hey, do you want to go out?”

You’re basically asking them to be your girlfriend.

Well, anyway, she said no.

I couldn’t believe it. I said, “What are you talking about? All your friends said you liked me.”

And she goes, “Well, I don’t.”

So, logically, I said to her, “All your friends are bitches.”

The very next day, when I had to go back to school, I thought I’d be fine but every other girl in sixth grade walked over to me and said, “I heard you called me a bitch last night.”

Apparently I learned what social media was like back when I was 11-years-old in the 70s.

It was a very tormented year for me from that point forward. You see, I got a lot of thumbs down. I got a lot of non-likes.

I went back into my shell for another year before I really talked to girls again.

Don’t Wait Too Long

I strongly suggest, because Facebook is the equivalent to fifth and sixth grade, that if a girl likes something that you have posted, it’s time for you as a male to make that move. Say something to her. Send her a private message.

Don’t say “I heard you liked me on one of my posts.”

Say something clever based on something that she has posted about herself and get the conversation going. That’s the first secret in online dating. If you happen to know her and you happen to have been flirting with her in person, you better reach out and talk to her immediately because the same thing can happen to you.

You can wait too long, she may not like you anymore, and she’ll be on to the next. Today’s dating world is equivalent to the fifth and sixth grade of yester-year. There’s so much distraction and noise that a crush could be had every 15 seconds depending on how often someone logs onto Facebook, Tinder, or Bumble, or any other socially accepted sites. Anyway, enjoy this tip.