How to talk to girls in clubs?


How to talk to girls in clubs?

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    February 12, 2015 at 11:57 pm #73342
    How to talk to girls in clubs?

    Or at a high school mixer, which is basically a club- except there’s even less to talk about. What do I talk to girls about? I have confidence, it’s just that the conversation gets stale. It ends up going like “What’s your name… what school do you go to…” and then I just can’t think of anything to say. Or, should I skip all that and just say “Do you want to grind,” then grind her, and then ask for her number? Thing is, I don’t want to just talk to a bunch of sluts, I want a real girl. So how do I approach this situation?

    I heard Louis C.K. say that the only honest thing you can say to a girl at a bar is ” I wanna fck your face.” Which is partly true, but I need to make conversation.

    February 13, 2015 at 7:40 pm #73444

    You talk about whatever as long as it’s not weird. Girls aren’t much different either we get shy to and are like what the hell am I going to say. lol I just say whatever and I’m myself.

    March 22, 2015 at 12:27 am #75790

    You know you posted in the gay dating forum don’t you?

    March 22, 2015 at 4:50 am #75794

    My advice: don’t try and schmooze in and lock-down a date with anyone in a club or anywhere booze and loud music is playing.

    Hit them with some fun light chat, use your wit; be funny, low stress and easy. Ask them of they’d like to meet up somewhere else later on.

    THEN you do the real talking.