Patti Wood, the body language expert and author of SNAP decided to unravel the secret behind the 'netflix and chill' obsession. And they came up with this interesting theory of what your TV watching positions indicate about your relationships. And this is what they unearthed.
It indicates that you both need your space and that you both are rather independent individuals. That isn't a bad thing. So chill!
The famous parent-child position. The person with his/her head in the lap is trying to say "I trust you to be gentle and caring with me." The person offering their lap, on the other hand, is assuming a caretaker role.
It suggests strong sexual chemistry and a feeling of security. The person being spooned is basically saying "I can turn my back on you and know I am safe. You have my back." And the one spooning is saying "I want to surround you and take you in."
This is your innocent way of connecting with your partner. Your intertwined hands make sure you are 100% there, it suggests strong bond and little care for the outside world.
If you are putting your head on his shoulder, then you are trying to connect with him and feel safe and protected. But if he doesn't reach out to you, then that's not a great sign. It shows his need for independence.
If your guy isn't looking at you very much or touching you at all, he's probably not thrilled with the position. He might be turned off by the neediness. It all depends on how much he is reacting.
It indicates that you have been together for a very long time, but still want to be connected in some physical way. It might also suggest romance while fighting.
It shows his desire to protect you and connect with you. It's his way of telling people that you belong to him and that you two are truly meant to be.