Friday Flirting Tip: Two’s a Crowd!

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Three friends decide to go to a bar and pick up some nice guys. They spend hours putting on makeup, picking out just the right outfit (a perfect blend of sexy/conservative so they don’t look desperate or too sexual), slap on a pair of heels, and hit the ‘scene’. Great! They are doing everything they can to meet an elegible bachelor. But alas, they are not successful. Those three women leave together without any men by their side. “There are no good men!” they lament on their way home. Has this ever happened to you?

Why didn’t they meet any good guys? It’s not that there are no good men. There might have been some great guys at the bar that night. But they didn’t come over to those three beautiful women.

Why?

Precisely because there were three women hanging out together.

A man is much more likely to approach you if you’re alone than if you’re in a group. 

When you’re trying to meet a guy, don’t sit with other women. Believe it or not, men can be pretty nervous when it comes to making that first move. They don’t want you to reject them in front of an audience.

So, try to go out alone every once in a while. Go to that party by yourself. Or go sit at the bar. Some guy might want to buy you a drink.

If you do go out with your friends, separate every so often or take a breather from talking. Men don’t want to risk your disapproval by interrupting you.

You might have already missed out on a lot of quality polite men who didn’t want to interrupt.

Go out on the town this weekend, and leave your friends behind. You might pick up that nice guy. And make sure to let him know you’re available by making eye contact and flashing your dazzling smile.

Have a flirty fun weekend!

xoxo

Sandy

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