Here is the scenario, you’re going to a bar or club with the intent on attracting women, getting some numbers, or some more – this is where impressions count.
Women, unlike men are acute to witness who exactly comes through that bar door – the reason being that if they are single, they’ll be hoping to see a guy who is clearly what they are looking for. Here is where you start to impress girls.
An entrance is required – stroll through confidently. This doesn’t mean to pose as you walk through, but to act like you own the place helps – have a joke with the bouncer before you walk in. Have a laugh with your people – whatever, so long as you stroll through with a smile on your face and have the appearance of being a social monster.
Be ready to slip into group mode. You should be thinking along the lines that everybody in there is your friend, and that you don’t care what happens because you are the show.
Opening groups is usually the right path, seeing as women Bellingham Pub are generally found in pairs or groups and in mixed groups with guys.
You can open with anything and the more random the better, like:
“Did you guys catch the name of the girl who got chucked out of here 5 minutes ago?, it was hilarious, I found her shoe and put it in her bag as she was carried out – I got no thanks”
If you are lined up at the bar awaiting a drink and a woman is next to you – talk to her.
Here is a line I like to use every now and then…
“Do you want to see something funny? I bet you a drink that the barman/woman serves you first before me, even though I’ve been here longer – check it out”
The fact that you are saying something is impressive – just remember to switch on the charm – i.e. being funny, witty. You can even play with the above line – somewhere along the lines of…
“So how do you feel about discrimination, seeing as we are about to bear witness to some?”
Don’t buy girls/everybody drinks in the hope that this will impress them – you impress by what you say and how you act i.e. displaying confident body language and not looking around the room for some sort of acceptance.