Why Black Friday Is The Best Day To Meet Women

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Why Black Friday is the Best Day to Meet Women

David Wygant

Written by: David Wygant

David Wygant

David Wygant is an internationally-renowned dating and relationship coach, author and speaker. To find out more about David and all of his dating and relationship-building products, visit www.davidwygant.com.

Edited by: Lillian Castro

Lillian Castro

Lillian Guevara-Castro brings more than 30 years of journalism experience to ensure DatingAdvice articles have been edited for overall clarity, accuracy, and reader engagement. She has worked at The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, The Gwinnett Daily News, and The Gainesville Sun covering lifestyle topics.

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Thanksgiving is hours away. And while you may be going over the river and through the woods to Grandmother’s house to fill your belly and watch football all day — women are having the exact opposite experience.

Though, granted, they still may go over the river and through the woods to Grandmother’s house, but what happens when they get there makes all the difference.

Grandma is happy when she sees you eating her special pumpkin and pecan pie.

Grandma is happy when she sees her with a nice man around her arm.

And if she doesn’t have that nice man, her relatives are going to put her through pure hell.

As a man, all we’ll hear is the oven timer and the sound of football. For a woman, all she’ll hear are questions about why she’s still single. “What happened to the great guy you came to the 4th of July party with?”

Yes, women have a much different Thanksgiving than we do.

She can’t wait to get home and go hang out with her friends again and be around people that support her, because her mom, her grandmother, her sister and her aunt are going to drive her nuts because she’s single.

And this is where you come in.

One of the best holidays to meet women is the day after Thanksgiving. It’s called Black Friday.

It’s one of the best times to meet women because women are going to be out shopping for all those lovely relatives they met the night before. That’s right, as pissed as they are with the relatives, they don’t really care because they’re still going to go out and get them presents.

It’s an emotional day for her.  She was raked over the coals the night before about her single status.

All you need to do is walk over to her and say, “Excuse me, I’m curious. I’m having a lot of trouble shopping today for my sister. Can you help, she’s about your age.”

That’s right, you use the “I am curious, I’m shopping for somebody else” routine. You get her talking and then you ask her the magic question:

“So how was your Thanksgiving?”

And there you have it, guys, a simple approach to connect with women on the day after Thanksgiving. And instead of it being called Black Friday, it should become Red Friday, because all the women’s hearts are wide open looking for a great man to rescue them.

So go out and be a hero.

Go rescue a woman from being single.

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