In the mood for love? Signs that point to 'yes'
Some couples communicate desire by pitching in to do extra housework. If he suddenly seems eager to clean the dishes or fold the laundry, take note!
Shower me with affection
If your partner unexpectedly joins you in the tub or shower, there's a good chance he or she is looking to get dirty ... not clean.
Video: Sexual signals
According to Jamie Turndorf (Dr. Love), "Actively listening and showing interest in what you say is guy code for ‘how about we hit the hay.’”
A recent study showed 45 percent of couples watch porn together. If she wants to view a sexy movie with you, she’s in the mood to emulate what's on screen.
Don Juan's in the house
Flowers? Candlelight? If your man does out-of-character things that are romantic, he's signaling that he wants to bring romance into the bedroom.
If your honey reminds you of the hot make-out sessions you used to have when you were first dating, he or she wants to recreate them today.
Carolyn Evans, creator of the Forty Beads Method, says, "Beads take couples out of their heads. A red bead in a bowl sends a signal that your partner's in the mood."
Dr. Jamie Turndorf says, "Did you know an apron is as good as a negligee for signaling interest? The best way to a man's heart (and zipper) is through his stomach."
Many of us get flirty after cocktails. Hint: If he strokes his glass while talking to you, he’s sending a signal that he would rather be stroking you.