>be up in the club
>really cute girl comes over and sits down next time
>we nervously glance over at each other a bit, like shy kids
>sit like that for a while
this happens a lot. did she want me to do something? i don't want to be creepy. would it have been creepy if i did something?
wow well done, now did she say hi back? congratulations. Her responding means she didn't blow you off immediately, you're in.
>"I'm not much of a talker but I find you kind of cute"
oh boy showing intent? and covering bases in case you're at a loss of words? wow that's genius.
what's that? she said thanks? she didn't just get up and leave? oh boy didn't this turn out to be a fun exchange, if it ended right now we know that we gave it our best shot, but it didn't so let's keep going!
>"Sorry, what's your name?"
AND you extend your hand to shake hers? wow you're some sort of Casanova but with women! Jesus how did you manage to have a human interaction? teach me Senpai!
Stop memeing around, son
> Situation similar to OP's only I'm in a rather cramped bus
> After 5 minutes of shy glancing decide to say "hi"
> She doesn't reply, pulls out her phone
> 25 minutes later, arrive at my stop, ask her if she can move out of the way for a bit, so I can get out
> "Can't you see I'm chatting with my boyfriend?"
> She was screaming, people turned around
> Awkwardly shove myself past her and leave the bus
>women attend crowded buses to talk to men
she was obviously mentally ill or perhaps you're not exactly telling the truth.
OP by all means continue to not talk to women and assume they're all going to humiliate and embarrass you.
Or realize you're in a club with women choosing to sit next to you, instead of posting here saying that you didn't have the balls to do anything, you can say that you tried and you didn't have the social ineptitude to hit on women who can't leave.
Seriously, you people scroll through shitposts of bananas all day to get to good content, maybe 8 pages in, yet when one women turns out to be a cunt you give up instantly, the hypocrisy is palpable.
>OP by all means continue to not talk to women and assume they're all going to humiliate and embarrass you.
9 times out of 10, that's what they're to do. I've seen it happen, I've had it happen to me. The only reason I'm not personally as susceptible to it as other guys is that I'm a big gay homo and have no reason to chat up women in the first place.
I think showing interest right at the very beginning is a big no-no.
imho this way:
>hi (wow, congratulations, you do not come across as some total creep and you have made contact with her)
>how are you? whacha doin here alone?
>*make some witty remark@club/atmosphere/people/w/e regardin her answer* and it all should just flow from here
would be just fine
>showing interest right at the very beginning is a big no-no
maybe, maybe not, in the grand scheme of things looking meticulously at a hypothetical interaction doesn't get you anywhere.
If saying she looks cute would make or break the interaction, it wasn't going to work out anyway.
I guess the worst thing you could do is make a thread that incentivises people to disincentivise approaching women.
it was followed by other question, you should never ask "how are you alone", it's a dead end in conversations. while answering the two question she'll give you more information and wider field of topic to maneuver in
i'm basing my post on the assumption that "you should act casual".
good thing OP was talking about being up in the club
>My lived experience disproves that 9/10 bullshit
so basically it's your word against mine, but my word actually matches others' experiences itt and supports their models of the world
>have crush on shy schizo neighbor
>stalk him and glance at him whenever he leaves his house
>mfw all i want is him to approach me
>he probably won't because of stuff like >>25638916 happens all the time
FUCK YOU STACEY CUNTS YOU ALL RUINED EVERYTHING REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
>I think showing interest right at the very beginning is a big no-no.
>immediately asking "whacha doin here alone?"
>not showing interest
Once you get past the point of teaching anonymous people of social interaction tips you learned from your imagination you might actually stop being a huge faggot.
>She was screaming
Thanks to having my family, this usually just causes me to scream back instead of stunned silence, which is what I assume is normal.
>Lady comes to my front door
>Starts yelling about how her cat is missing, my dog must have killed it
>Begin to apologize when I realize my dog has been at the vet for almost a week
>Absolutely lose my shit on her
>Call her a fucking bitch and tell her to fuck off as well as some other shit I can't remember
>She's basically crying
>She runs off
>Feel fantastic all day
I felt bad about it, she was just missing her cat. But it felt so good to just cut loose like that.
Unless you're a homeless fag who escaped into my hotel from the -20 degrees killerwinter outside or you're a drunkard who just shat and pissed over himself I won't be yelling at you.
also >implying you would
What you said was infinitely more cringy and the fact that you know she's alone implies that you've been quietly watching her from afar for quite some time already. It gives off autism vibes.
Just go with what he suggested and you'll do fine, or at least less worse.
But it doesn't "start a friendly conversation". It's literally just "hey I see you're unclaimed territory so lets just get to the point".
Just saying "you look cute" and then asking her name literally radiates confidence. Unless the way you said it or your body language was autistic, and unless your looks or the fact that she's not actually alone came in the way, she's pretty much yours for the night.
Like >>25639474 said
>If saying she looks cute would make or break the interaction, it wasn't going to work out anyway.
70% of her yes/no is decided before you open your mouth. The rest is when she hears how you speak and what your body language is. Impressions that determine interpersonal relationships are primal and not dependent on the content of what you say. You could literally pull off starting with "you, I'd rape" if you were charismatic enough and have her burst out laughing at the unexpected opening.
I don't do clubs.