If you appear confident in your approach and be direct with your intentions you’ll have no problem picking up girls. Chatting up girls can be the most nerve racking experiences imaginable. Confidence is largely perceived non verbally, so it’s important you communicate this through your body language and voice tonality. It will only make a girl anxious and wanting to end the conversation. Whether you’re meeting a girl or going in for the kiss, YOU have to be the one pulling the trigger. You must be bold and prepared to put your neck on the line for women.
And with this you’ve got to expect to be rejected from time to time. But it’s how you handle rejection that will define your success with picking up women.
Now it’s time to give you a step-by-step breakdown of the process for picking up a girl. In the time it takes to think up a clever pickup line, you’ll probably miss the golden opportunity to approach. An example of a situational opener (if it’s cold outside) would be saying something like “Where did you get that amazing coat? The aim of the opener is simply is simply to grab her attention. Start with “Excuse me” if you approach a girl in the daytime. You’ll be able to tell in a matter of seconds if your personalities click.
We’ll start with the approach and end with how you exchanging numbers. If you can’t think of anything to say on the spot, a simple “Hey” or “Hey, hows it going? Women don’t expect to be chatted up during their daily routines. So there is no need to straight up interogate a girl on her hobbies and interests in the hope of finding a connection.
Now that you have an easy to follow step-by-step method, it’s time to breakdown the 7 common situations you’re likely to encounter when picking up girls.
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If you meet a girl at 8.50am in Starbucks on your morning commute to work, you’d settle for a quick number exchange.
So it’s polite to start with “excuse me” to avoid alarming them. You’ve just met the girl so avoid asking serious questions like, “What do you do for work? Similarly to the opening line, keep your initial conversation simple and situational.