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jacob71ParticipantMarch 13, 2014 at 1:26 am #49175
I am a senior in high school and really struggling with keeping up conversations with girls and making them laugh. I also have a hard time working up the nerve to actually talk to them. There is a girl in particular that really caught my eye, she likes things that I do. I really want to talk to her more except I am not sure what to do. I really want to hold conversations better. I spend so much time worrying about what to say that I end up saying something really bland and boring. I really want to know how to hold a good conversation with her. I am not boring and I want to show that to her and other girls. Any tips? I would really appreciate a response. Thanks everyone!
laynerainsParticipantMarch 13, 2014 at 10:55 pm #49243
Strike up a conversation about something that you know she is interested in or something that the both of you share like a class or something. The easy part is starting the conversation, the next is harder. You have to be witty and quick on your toes to make sure the conversation continues after the first sentence. Maybe tell her a story or listen to what she responds to you with and ask a question.
Or you can always tell her shes beautiful 😛
jacob71ParticipantMarch 13, 2014 at 11:03 pm #49247
How could I be witty and quick in the conversation? if i tell her straight up that she’s beautiful, wouldn’t she think that’s a little random? then i feel like it would get awkward
bryceisbryceParticipantApril 14, 2014 at 6:19 pm #51177
Don’t start off by telling a girl she’s beautiful. Women give me their numbers without me complimenting them at all. To get a girl’s attention you should innocently tease her about something or ask her about something you know she’s interested in/involved in at school. To keep the conversation going, ask questions about her. Don’t come off as if you’re interrogating her though. Ask a question, let her answer, if she doesn’t ask a question back then give her your answer to the question you asked. Example:
“What’s your favorite movie?”
“I really like Twilight…”
“Twilight was cool but I’m a more of a fan of xxxxx movie. Have you seen it?”
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