Fembots, how do I approach women in public? How would you like to be approached?
I'm not very attractive but can be social and have confidence. I do have a personality, interests, things I'm passionate about, and some other things going for me.
In this day and age people don't usually meet randomly, it's all done through socializing with friends or acquaintances. I'm just an asocial loner and have no other options at the moments.
So, how should I go about it?
No fembot but it's easy to do it. Just go and say hi. Literally.
I've been getting a bunch of numbers doing that. I fuck it up later through text all the time, but if you go up to a girl, say hello, make shitty small talk for five minutes without being a dick sucker and then ask for their number, it should usually work. My ratio is around 1 phone number every 3 girls and I'm not physically attractive, though not ugly.
Also don't be yourself, be the most attractive person you can imagine. Be Chad thundercock.
There are multiple methods to doing this, usually people use their hands to peel off the skin, but I recommend a knife...
Don't be unattractive. If you're attractive, it doesn't matter what you do.
If you are unnattractive, don't be yourself.
Yourself is an autist. Act like how you would ideally act if you weren't a social failure. Remember, with strangers you get a clean slate, unless you're an Internet celebrity.
Have you been in public in the last 5 years? Everyone is on their fucking phone with their headphones in, most likely literally socializing at that very moment if not busy playing a game or watching youtube videos.
Yea I started doing the talk to random girls in the street thing not long ago and it's been working like a charm. A lot of girls are really happy to talk to you once you get past the initial awkwardness.
Just come to them and mumble something about MUH DICK MUH DICK while erraticly moving your body in aggressive manner
It will trigger their natural instinct of Alpha male and will want to mate with you.
Well personally my dream is to be at a bookstore, just reading through a book and a qt guy sits near me giving me charming eyes and smiling to make me blush. As a bold autist, I tend to break my built up nervousness with a wave or "h-hi.." and he'd say "hello" back, extending his hand to say "I'm _______" and I say "I'm _______" and he says "Nice to meet you, _______. Never thought I'd meet such a beautiful lady at the bookstore.." as he continues to smile and make me melt. Then he offers to buy me a coffee. I thank him when he gets back, and he inquires on the book I'm reading. I shy away a little as I'm most likely reading a New Age-related book, but he assures that he finds the topic interesting as well. I ask if there's anything he particularly likes or subscribes to and I share what I'm into. We have a few giggles and enjoy our coffee. After becoming quite comfortable and a bit confident, I insist we "do this again sometime" and scribble my number on the coffee sleeve that has my name on it.
>tfw this will never happen to me
You are both right. But your chances of finding someone online is just as slim as real life, but at least real life relationships solidify at a much faster rate, and you probably won't have to talk to 100 girls before getting a date. Deep down most people crave some irl interaction.
It's true that you should walk up to them and say hi, but before that you should assess and "approach" (you're not *physically* approaching, but emotionally are) with your body language.
Make eye contact, confirm through eye contact that she's open to being approached in public. Often she won't be, so don't mind and move on. If she is, her body language will let you know. Don't just stare at her either. Throw her the odd look here and there, look for her eyes, and don't lose her eyes once you catch them. That last bit is important. Eye contact is huge. It tells her if you're confident, it tells her if you're wimpy, so be confident about it. Once you know she knows that you know, smile confidently and openly. Be playful and friendly with your body language, and once you can be reasonably certain that she's not made uncomfortable by you, you can approach and expect reasonable success.
And don't let me intimidate you: Without any of this you can still approach, anon. This is just a way to double ensure you'll be successful and get some pussy out of it.
As a sort of encouragement, know that once you become good at it you can have them giggling before even speaking to them. I've taken girls I met at the grocery store or a cafe to bed with me that same afternoon. A couple times it's even been girls I've met on the bus. And I'm not a super studly looking dude (I'm not ugly, but I've always thought I'm pretty average). So have hope, anon. And have guts. And learn to take a rejection or two. But most of all, learn from your rejections. This dude >>26265147 (if real) is not at all representative. He obv never learned from his gazillion rejections and I bet was setting himself up to fail after a certain point.
Girls are not the hardest, anon.
And don't bother with the "socializing" bs. That's where all the social traps are. You're better off with random approaches than trying to navigate social minefields with prior histories you can never know enough about.
passing tranny here
literally just come up and say hi. be careful to watch her body language, if she seems reserved or has headphones in, she doesnt want to be bothered and if you still bother her you will immediately be labeled a creep.
>Fembots, how do I approach women in public?
You don't. Unless you're extremely atractive. If you aproach a girl, they expect it is for a reason.
That's why people meets in parties, uni classes, workplaces. They already expect to meet people there so it doesn't become weird.
Eye contact. If she avoids eye contact, purposefully so, she's feeling self-conscious about the whole thing and you're probably making her uncomfortable. You can learn to capitalize on that, but until you're a pro at getting girls you shouldn't even try.
Nervous fidgeting, looking around wide-eyed, all of those are bad signs. If she closes up, and does something like staring down, or looking at her book, or just seems like she's purposefully looking for a place to look at that is not where you're at, those are also bad signs. She's not scared of you, but still doesn't want you to approach her (don't read too much into this, it may be for any number of reasons).
And if you're a super autist, the best way to learn body language is by interacting with other people, and girls specially. Girls are body language specialists. So maybe try to meet some girls as friends (don't complain about being friendzoned afterwards tho, look them up with this in mind).
Ok I'm not gonna pretend that I'm a total stud although I really got a hang of it lately.
Start slow. Ask your female friends, sister/cousin or the girlfriends of your friends to introduce you/ do the talking for you. You'll get to know a lot of girls and lose your awkwardness. After all they're just human.
Personal hygiene, bro. Very important.
Get yourself some normal topics to talk about.
You'll have to lead the conversation until she is comfortable enough to talk about herself.
Relax. Don't expect anything.