Signs You’re Comfortable With Someone Right Away
We all worry a lot at the beginning of a relationship—worry about coming off as needy, demanding, distant, and even too horny (yeah, it happens). But when you meet a guy you’re comfortable with, suddenly the worry disappears and you find yourself doing the following things. Here are signs you’re comfortable with someone right away.
You can complain
You don’t worry that he’ll think you’re dramatic, or your life is too turbulent, so when you have a bad day, you vent without filters.
You don’t have a lot of questions
When you’re not so sure about someone you end up asking a lot of questions, and so does he. But when your conversation just flows, nobody needs to ask that many questions. It already feels like you’re old friends.
You’re okay with silence
You genuinely don’t notice it. Or, you notice that you’re comfortable with it.
You show your OCD
You don’t cover up the fact that you need your glass on the left side of your plate or switch the lights on eight times before entering a room.
You don’t sneak to put makeup on
You go to the bathroom, notice your eyeliner is smudged a little under your eyes, and yet, you leave it alone. And instead of trying to put on a full face of makeup when he pops up unexpectedly, you’re comfortable being fresh faced around him.
You wear your worst underwear
You just throw on clean underwear because you’re excited to get dressed and hang out with him. You don’t have time to pick out the most perfect, laciest, sexiest pair.
You can fully handle business in his bathroom
Maybe you’re not telling him why you’re going in there with magazines yet, but you go for it anyway. And you don’t care.
You tell him how you really feel about your family
You don’t try to pull the “It’s great! We’re all great! It’s great, great, great!” card with him. Nope. You tell him your sister drives you nuts, your dad is too conservative, and your mom is a little on the crazy side.
You’re physically close without realizing it
You just find yourself near him all of the time, touching in some way even if it’s just a little. Your body gravitates towards his.
You tell him things you’re ashamed of
You tell him about moments in your life that you’re not proud of sharing. It’s not easy, but you feel like you can confide in him.
You ask him to take you to the airport
Hey, that is a task we only ask of people we know won’t abandon us.
You order whatever you want
You don’t ask yourself first if it will give you gas later, weird breath, make you bloated or get stuck in your teeth.
You forget to order
You have so much fun together just talking that the server has to come by several times (and he’s getting irritated) to ask if you’re ready to order.
You don’t count your cocktails
You don’t worry that he’ll judge you if you get too tipsy. You don’t worry that he’ll take advantage of you. You know his intentions are good, and that he sees you for exactly who you are—buzzed or sober.
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You forget to shave
That right there—that’s comfort.