Adopt an upright and open posture.
It’s essential to pay attention to your body posture, especially when you’re facing important challenges, such as a meeting or a job interview. If you want to convey confidence, your posture should be straight and you should also look relaxed. You can do that by putting your shoulders back and your head up. This way, you’ll appear serene but self-confident at the same time. A hunched, tense posture, with the shoulders forward and head down, gives the opposite impression: insecurity, shyness, and nervousness.
On the other hand, when we speak of open posture, we’re talking about keeping your legs slightly apart. This also applies to your arms because that indicates you are open and paying attention to what the other person is saying. In contrast, a closed posture, with the arms and legs crossed or very close together, denotes the opposite.
ha ha happened to me, woke up with 2 women no idea how I got there or who they were, they told me we all had a grand time though~!
Your addition is a bit of a stretch but, okay.