If you stand at a bar and look around at the groups of friends, observing them for a minute, it becomes pretty clear pretty quickly which ones plan on finding somebody that night. The ones in relationships are pretty demure. They’re not very loud, in any sense of the word (outfit, voice, behavior). What do they care? They have somebody at home. They’ve spent most of their Friday nights watching Netflix recently and they’re just happy to be out. But then there are the ones who are clearly on the prowl. And it’s okay to be on the prowl! Most single people are, whether they show it or not. But showing it can be a little off-putting. It can be intimidating and overwhelming to other people. So, are you clearly on the prowl when you go out? Here are the signs.
You insert yourself into others’ conversations
You keep finding your way into other friend groups’ conversations. If you hear them debating something you know the answer to, you pop in and say, “It’s this actually.” You seem to have one ear in your group, and one ear in everyone else’s, looking for any way to get in on a guys’ groups’ convo.