Hope all is well. I’ve been doing well, but I am starting to look around more as I am starting to realize that the girl I’m with is not the right match for me long term. The only problem is that I have been very busy lately with work and other very time consuming projects. This makes it very hard to meet girls except for the occasional bar outing on the weekend. I’ve noticed a lot of cute girls at places I go day to day, for example, the grocery store, retail store, etc. Do you have any good approaches for these situations? I tend to do well with initial flirting and joking, but I feel like the less-than-a-minute that I sometimes have with them has not built my rapport enough to “ask for the sale.” Then again, what’s the worst that could happen. Do you have any good methods for this situation?
Here’s my response:
Great question! Sometimes you are just busy and really like a girl, but you just can’t stay and chat for long. So here is the fastest way I know to get a number in seconds…
She’ll either give it to you or an excuse why she can’t. Remember, women with high interest level in you will make it easy for you to contact them. They will give you multiple numbers, email, etc. and also ask for your contact information. They won’t want to take a chance of you losing the number. If she has low interest, she will stall, ask for your number instead of giving you hers, tell you she has a boyfriend or is married, say “I don’t know you that well,” etc. The pickup line cuts right through the bullshit. In a nice way, you are saying or want to know, “Honey, are ya in, or are ya out?” It’s powerful, quick and easy. Try it out.
From my heart to yours,
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