125+ Best Flirty Quotes for Couples

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Best Flirty Quotes for Couples

Best Flirty Quotes for Couples

  • Do you want to tell seduction quotes to your partner or lover? Use these flirty seduction quotes to seduce your lover or partner. We have compiled 125+ best dirty flirty seduction quotes in this post.
  • Seduction was both a science and art, a blend of skill, discipline, proximity, and opportunity. Mostly proximity. — Dan Simmons
  • A woman will sometimes forgive the man who tries to seduce her, but never the man who misses an opportunity when offered. — Talleyrand
  • If you find someone attractive, you try to make them find you attractive. That is called seduction. And seduction is a bit ugly. You could say it’s a bit ugly to use your charisma. — Jonathan King
  • A woman laughing is a woman conquered. — Napoleon
  • Don’t tell a woman she’s pretty; tell her there’s no other woman like her, and all roads will open to you. — Jules Renard
  • It is not enough to conquer; one must learn to seduce. — Voltaire
  • Pursuit and seduction are the essence of s*?****. It’s part of the sizzle. — Camille Paglia
  • Seduction isn’t making someone do what they don’t want to do; seduction is enticing someone into doing what they secretly want to do already. — Benjamin T. Russell
  • You can seduce a man without taking anything off, without even touching him. — Rae Dawn Chong
  • A man is like a cat; chase him and he will run — sit still and ignore him and he’ll come purring at your feet. — Helen Rowland
  • A fragrance that matches the personality of the man or woman who wears it is an integral part of the memory that you have of him or her. It goes without saying that it’s a formidable weapon of sed*ction. ― Dree Hemingway
  • If you can make a woman laugh, you can make her do anything. — Marilyn Monroe
  • When a woman has not received much flattery in her life, she will be seduced. ― Melina Marchett
  • The average man is more interested in a woman who is interested in him than he is in a woman with beautiful legs. — Marlen Dietrich
  • All great lovers are articulate, and verbal seduction is the surest road to actual seduction. — Marya Mannes
  • If I became a philosopher, if I have so keenly sought this fame for which I’m still waiting, it’s all been to seduce women basically. — Jean-Paul Sartre
  • The climax of seduction is to give the illusion that you’re not trying to seduce. — Mathias Malzieu
  • Seduction is always more singular and sublime than s*? and it commands the higher price. ― Jean Baudrillard
  • Beauty and seduction, I believe, is nature’s tool for survival, because we will protect what we fall in love with. — Louis Schwartzberg
  • Seduction is merely encouraging a man to do something he already wants to do. — Lisa Kleypas
  • What a man notices first about a woman is whether she notices him. — Marlen Dietrich
  • If you wish to seduce an angel, you must play the part of a devil. — Eliphas Levi
  • Understanding is the ultimate seduction of the mind. Go to the truth beyond the mind. — Stephen Levine
  • It’s intelligence mixed with less than innocence, it’s cruelty mixed with a sense of elegance. It’s a trap set for seduction to those that are persuaded by speech. ― Jose R. Coronado
  • There’s always truth in seduction. That’s why it works. — Zoe Archer
  • Men naturally despise those who court them, but respect those who do not give way to them. — Thucydides
  • Seduce yourself first. ― Kamand Kojouri
  • … you should remember that there’s a difference between seducing someone, and being as lewd as possible in their direction. ― Eliezer Yudkowsky
  • A quick smile is more seductive than a slinky dress. — Mason Cooley
  • Her lips touched his brain as they touched his lips, as though they were a vehicle of some vague speech and between them, he felt an unknown and timid pressure, darker than the swoon of sin, softer than sound or odor. ― James Joyce
  • His voice was as intimate as the rustle of sheets. — Dorothy Parker
  • Flirting is the gentle art of making a man feel pleased with himself. — Helen Rowland
  • It is one of the psychological mistakes that the world makes, to assume that a man whose inclination drives him on to attempt seduction after seduction is a man of more ardent erotic passion than the more constant lover. The very reverse is the case. ― John Cowper Powys
  • You have to penetrate a woman’s defenses. Getting into her head is a prerequisite to getting into her body. — Bob Guccione
  • The hardest task of a girl’s life, nowadays, is to prove to a man that his intentions are serious. — Helen Rowland
  • She’s beautiful, and therefore to be wooed; She is a woman, therefore to be won. — William Shakespeare
  • The next time you try to seduce anyone, don’t do it with talk, with words. Women know more about words than men ever will. And they know how little they can ever possibly mean. ― William Faulkner
  • His eyes have made love to me all evening. — Marguerite Gautier
  • The feminine seduces because it is never where it thinks it is, or where it thinks itself. ― Jean Baudrillard
  • Fighting battles is like courting girls: those who make the most pretensions and are boldest usually win. — Rutherford B. Hayes
  • Seduction is an art that is tested in the mirror. ― Miguel Ángel Sáez Gutiérrez
  • Venus yields to caresses, not to compulsion. — Publilius Syrus
  • Latins are tenderly enthusiastic. In Brazil, they throw flowers at you. In Argentina, they throw themselves. — Marlen Dietrich
  • Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose. — Bill Gates
  • Seduce my mind and you can have my body, find my soul and I’m yours forever. — M.D. Waters
  • It upsets women to be, or not to be, stared at hungrily. — Mignon McLaughlin
  • I think visual seduction is really a lovely thing. To be able to look at something and feel you want to get closer and closer to it, and as you get closer to it, the more you drop your guard. ― Chris Ofili
  • It is your work in life that is the ultimate seduction. — Pablo Picasso
  • Perhaps in Venice, you’ll find a man who’ll put jasmine in your maiden-hair, and a pomegranate flower in your navel. Poor little lady Jane! — D. H. Lawrence
  • Every woman has the power to seduce the world with her uniqueness, passion, and creativity. — Donna Karan
  • Don’t mix wine and women. — Cesare Pavese
  • Seduction is about intelligence and wit. Someone who makes me laugh has every chance to seduce me. — Riccardo Tisci
  • What seduces never seems to be where it is thought. — Gustavo Cerati
  • An ounce of courage will go farther with women than a pound of timidity. — Honoré de Balzac
  • There is an element of seduction in shoes that doesn’t exist for men. A woman can be s*?y, charming, witty, or shy with her shoes. — Christian Louboutin
  • Men are like that, they can resist the sound argument, yet yield to a glance. — Honoré de Balzac
  • Man proposes, woman forecloses. — Minna Antrim
  • I don’t use my body to seduce, no. I just stand there. — Ursula Andress
  • You have had me spinning for days, for I am drunk off the words that flow endlessly from your deep red lips that taste of wine. — Karen Quan
  • I find the fragrance to be such a mood enhancer and definitely a seduction tool. — Christina Aguilera
  • The day is gone, and all its sweets are gone! Sweet voice, sweet lips, soft hand, and softer b*?*. — John Keats
  • One kind of flirtation is to boast we never flirt. — La Rochefoucauld
  • Seduction is an art known only to the best of the artistes. ― Avijeet Das
  • I am here to seduce you into a love of life; to help you to become a little more poetic; to help you die to the mundane and to the ordinary so that the extraordinary explodes in your life. — Rajneesh
  • I suppose that romantic love was invented as a brilliant means of seduction. — Sigmund Freud
  • But a desperate heart will seduce the mind. — Mitch Albom
  • Faint heart never won fair lady. — English proverb
  • The resistance of a woman to a man’s advances is not always a sign of virtue. Sometimes it’s just a sign of experience. — Ninon de Lenclos
  • The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. — International proverb
  • Vampires are immortal, you can do whatever you want, and get away with it. And there’s the seduction part, of course, s*? is a big part of the vampire thing. ― Jonny Lee Miller
  • The brain knows the real secret of seduction, more effective than even music and martinis. Just keep whispering, ‘Gee, you are really special’ to that sack of water and protein that is a body, and you can get it to do practically anything. — Alison Gopnik
  • Make sensuality your power base. ― Lebo Grand
  • True love is the love that seduces and will never allow itself to be seduced. — Paulo Coelho
  • S*? is extremely disruptive. The insecurities and emotions it stirs up can often cut short a relationship that would otherwise be deeper and longer-lasting. — Robert Greene
  • Don’t lose yourself in a man, that’ll make you lose your pizzazz indefinitely. Instead, lose yourself in your own sensuality and you’ll forever enchant him. ― Lebo Grand
  • A book can teach you, a conversation can assure you, a poem can seduce you, a genius can inspire you but only you can save yourself. — Anthony Anaxagorou
  • When a woman wants a man and lusts after him, the lover need not bother to conjure up opportunities, for she will find more in an hour than we men could think of in a century. —Anonymous
  • The fact is that being seductive is an addiction that can never be satisfied. — Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  • As far as I can make out, women’s friendships with each other are based on a gush of lies and pretty speeches that mean nothing. You’d think they were all wolves trying to seduce each other the way they flatter and flirt when they’re together. — Marilyn Monroe
  • The seduction of safety is always more dangerous than the illusion of uncertainty. — Robin Sharma
  • Challenge, and not desire, lies at the heart of seduction. — Jean Baudrillard
  • A modest demeanor arouses thoughts of seduction. — Mason Cooley
  • I was trying to seduce him just by being physically near him. Like, seduction by osmosis. It works in movies constantly. ― Katie Heaney
  • Who would willingly walk the path of love if they knew its cost without first being seduced by its promise? ― Donna Goddard
  • My job as a portrait photographer is to seduce, amuse, and entertain. — Helmut Newton
  • Seduction brings forth death. — Monaluna
  • Anyone can be passionate, but it takes real lovers to be silly. — Rose Franken
  • To find and keep love today, you have to learn the mystery of seduction. ― Lebo Grand
  • Let me tell you how the French seduce you. They are the most bloody seductive people on Earth. They are charming, they are well-mannered and they praise and flatter you. — Anita Roddick
  • When once the woman has tempted us, and we have tasted the forbidden fruit, there is no such thing as checking our appetites, whatever the consequences may be. — George Washington
  • Dancing is a perpendicular expression of a horizontal desire. — George Bernard Shaw
  • What will seduce a person is an effort we expend on their behalf, showing how much we care, how much they are worth. Leaving things to chance is a recipe for disaster, and reveals that we do not take love and romance very seriously. — Robert Greene
  • …in seduction, as in all forms of marketing, form supersedes content. — Jesse Kellerman

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Flirty Romantic Seduction Quotes

  • I think the eyes flirt most. There are so many ways to use them. — Anna Held
  • You turn me on from across the room, and I’ll completely melt if you come any closer. — Crystal Woods
  • At the core level, seduction comes down to selling. You’re trying to convince a woman that you are a hot product she has got to have! You’re selling yourself. ― Cage J. Madison
  • The more abstract the truth you wish to teach, the more must you allure the senses to it. — Friedrich Nietzsche
  • To lack confidence in a man is the most wasteful exercise. A woman is not as weak a creature as one presumes. I must tell you that there exists no man who can seduce a disinclined woman. And I cannot omit the fact that if the woman is determined to find love, no amount of policing can keep her from falling into that state. ― Mukta Singh-Zocchi
  • Everything you do seduces me. All you need to do is breathe and I would do anything for you.— Ashley March
  • Art grabs people by their eyeballs, it seduces them. Especially if the picture is very beautiful or very s*?y or just really weird if it has some surreal element in it. — Eric Drooker
  • I could not help liking this girl more and more. I’ve never met a woman who was the one initiating her own seduction. Directing it even. ― Kailin Gow
  • Seduction is a matter of feelings and people opening themselves. I don’t think it’s something tricky ― it’s being human. And everybody is seduced by something different. — Miuccia Prada
  • Flirting is the sin of the virtuous and the virtue of the sinful. — Paul Bourget
  • Beauty is a unique predator: we crave to become its prey. ― Talismanist Giebra
  • The mask of art is the means through which corruption is spread. The mask makes vice seem beautiful, turns squalor and nastiness into glamorous thrill, seduces the onlooker into the game ― and leaves him or her with the corpse on his hands. ― Jennifer Birkett
  • It’s very easy to believe someone when they are telling you what it is you want to hear. ― Kate McGahan
  • This is a place full of seduction and coquetry, rich in eroticism. — Catherine Deneuve
  • All strange and terrible events are welcome, but comforts we despise. — Cleopatra
  • I declare, on my soul and conscience, that the attainment of power, or of a great name in literature, seemed to me an easier victory than a success with some young, witty, and gracious lady of high degree. ― Honore de Balzac
  • Common good girl, be bad. — Nicki Elson
  • Nothing is more charming than style and confidence. ― Wayne Chirisa
  • Teach me to stop loving you. Teach me to hate you. Otherwise, I fear will never leave me. — Elisia Blade
  • Certain women because of their female power and seductiveness could bring destruction to a family. ― Margaret Way
  • Sometimes the only way to hunt somebody is to pretend to be a prey. ― Talismanist Giebra
  • Sleep tries to seduce me by promising a more reasonable tomorrow. — Elizabeth Smart
  • Mastering the art of seduction gives one great power, and like any power, it’s to be wielded with responsibility; a man who wields the art of seduction without a sense of responsibility and restraint is a walking proximity bomb of viral epidemics, needless procreation, heartbroken families, and shattered dreams. ― Mike Norton
  • Seduction is often difficult to distinguish from rape. In seduction, the rapist often bothers to buy a bottle of wine. — Andrea Dworkin
  • I don’t know what s*? appeal is. I don’t think you can have s*? appeal knowingly. The people who seduce me personally are the people who seem not to know they’re seductive, and not to know they have s*? appeal. — Omar Sharif
  • It is not possible to be seduced by the lure of ego-gratification or intimidated by the tyranny of imposters when we know that we are as the angels. We are loved beyond comprehension. So, we must claim our rightful inheritance and live with the confidence of protection. ― Donna Goddard
  • In my experience, writers tend to be really good at the inside of their own heads and imaginary people, and a lot less good at the stuff going on outside, which means that quite often if you flirt with us we will completely fail to notice, leaving everybody involved slightly uncomfortable and more than slightly unlaid. So I would suggest that any attempted seduction of a writer would probably go a great deal easier for all parties if you sent them a cheerful note saying ‘YOU ARE INVITED TO A SEDUCTION: Please come to dinner on Friday Night. Wear the kind of clothes you would like to be seduced in.’ And alcohol may help, too. Or kissing. Many writers figure out that they’re being seduced or flirted with if someone is actually kissing them. ― Neil Gaiman
  • A woman’s dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view. ― Sophia Loren
  • Rafe didn’t just flirt ― he charmed girls right up to the point where they fell for him, then he changed his mind. I called him a player with attention deficit disorder. ― Kelley Armstrong
  • But have you ever tried to walk away from a flirtation? It’s good advice to do so, maybe. But it’s like telling someone to walk away from a dragon’s hoard of gold. It’s so rare, so unusual and so completely overwhelming to feel that attention on you, to feel those warmth-giving hormones flood your brain and your body. It feels like an intrinsic good. Natural, and normal, and right. Yes, you could choose not to proceed. But also, no, you can’t. ― Hope Nicholson
  • There is always the risk: something is good and good and good and good, and then all at once it gets awkward. All at once, she sees you looking at her, and then she doesn’t want to joke around with you anymore, because she doesn’t want to seem flirty, because she doesn’t want you to think she likes you. It’s such a disaster, whenever, in the course of human relationships, someone begins to chisel away at the wall of separation between friendship and kissing. Breaking down that wall is the kind of story that might have a happy middle — oh, look, we broke down this wall, I’m going to look at you like a girl and you’re going to look at me like a boy and we’re going to play a fun game called Can I Put My Hand There What About There What About There. And sometimes that happy middle looks so great that you can convince yourself that it’s not the middle but will last forever. ― John Green
  • Charm is getting people to say ‘yes’ without ever having to ask them a question. ― Connie Brockway
  • The amount of women in London who flirt with their own husbands is perfectly scandalous. It looks so bad. It is simply washing one’s clean linen in public. ― Oscar Wilde
  • It’s always seemed to me that flirtation is a man’s device for avoiding responsibility. He can say whatever he wants and knows he won’t be taken seriously. ― G.G. Vandagriff

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