Hi everyone. So as you can probably tell from the title, I'm not great with women. I'm 27 and I've had very little experience with the opposite sex and in those instances it's always been the woman…Continue
"Personally, any guy that asked for my number was getting Dr. Mom's. Too many stories about crazies who won't stop calling. The guys who said, "Here's my number if you'd like to get coffee sometime" usually…"
"from what I've read online, a lot of girls find it creepy being chatted up by complete strangers, particularly at a workplace where they may find it embarrassing in front of others."...
Other day I was discussing it with two…"
""from what I've read online, a lot of girls find it creepy being chatted up by complete strangers, particularly at a workplace where they may find it embarrassing in front of others."...
Disabuse yourself of that quote above....women…"
""excuse me,, Ma'am? Does this cloth smell like chloroform to you?"
Just ask her dude, Nut up and just flat out ask her out on a date. Just have a plan for what you'd like to do before hand. Ask her specifically to…"
"Thanks guys. The next time I go in I'm gonna try and talk to her and gauge how she reacts. If it feels right, I'll ask her there and then but if it feels forced, or if there are too many people around, I'll put it off until a later…"
"There is a book called THE GAME. It is a book on how to become a pick up artist, or a player. Despite this fact, it will give you some really good tricks on how to start talking to females. There is a follow-up book by the same author…"
"I know its easier said than done but you have got to make the move, otherwise someone else will. Here's the thing, she might say no. Its no big deal if she does say no, tell yourself that 100x if you have to. If she says no you do…"
"To each his own, but I would imagine that many a woman would be reluctant to go out with someone she just met, before getting a good feel for who he is, in case he's dangerous. I don't think this is just me, because I kept running…"
"In my opinion speaking to her a couple of times and then asking is just postponeing.
Speak to her, smile, make her laugh and tell her that it would be nice to go out together and trade numbers. Works at least sometimes."
"But if I've got it right, the girl works at the cinema and he usually meets her during working time (is it right, Steve?).
So I think about he can ask her out without being awkward.
Well, I think if there's no other customer around you can…"
Hi everyone. So as you can probably tell from the title, I'm not great with women. I'm 27 and I've had very little experience with the opposite sex and in those instances it's always been the woman who initiated things. I did get a girls' number a few months ago which was terrifying, but she was a barmaid and I did have to have a fair few number of drinks before I worked up the courage to ask. Anyway, there's a girl who works at my local cinema. I've seen her several times but only recently…See More
"I think he IS talking about people who paid their taxes, because he said "Taking short-term handouts ('benefits' is such a bullshit term) isn't entitlement. " What's short-term if it's not someone who…"
"There is. Currently, and since Clinton, it has been 3 years but it is easy to get back on it after a short period of time. There have been programs for job training for welfare recipients and child-care provided during training.…"
"Handouts is the bullshit term. If you pay taxes and pay into an unemployment insurance system, and your employer does as well, you're receiving a "Benefit" of that insurance.
You'd get your ass kicked around here if you…"
"Nah. The shutdown in the fall of 95 was like 21 days, there weren't any shutdowns before 1976, and only a handful between 1976 and 1995 - all for just a few days. I stand by the shut-down during the Clinton Administration being the first major…"
"Taking short-term handouts ('benefits' is such a bullshit term) isn't entitlement. By 'entitled', I mean habitual welfare recipients, unemployment recipients, unnecessary disability recipients, etc.