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Well if you're serious about this man there's a lot you can do to look good in a woman's eyes and a lot you can do to screw it up.More or less you screw it up by being nervous and anxious when approaching. Because it says to them that you're nervous and anxious over them like you're already worried they're going to reject you.However, I don't think a woman would treat a nice, respectful man badly for approaching her.I've never had a woman be seriously rude to me when approaching her. Seriously, that is an oldly from way before my time. That routine is so old now that it would be new again.
Best of luck man and as far as openers go, that's not so important because if she's special, she'll get hit on a LOT and have all sorts of jack___s trying to get with her. Move in closer, and make eye contact and smile again.Worst of all, they might have touched her or slapped her someplace. Most women will be nice to a nice polite guy, even if she's turning him down. *chick(s) sitting down/in line with you..etc, link removed or not, but with link removed, start to talk about chicks clothes next to you, then open her -nice dress/like my sister -where did you get it -what color you like? For the thread starter, I'm not recommending the aggressive approaches above.You aren't going to do any of those extreme bad behaviors. The worst thing I've ever known a woman to do to me or any other polite guy is ignore us. -where you go shopping -you seem like natural person, eyes are warm/relaxed -lets be friends from the person saying those things. The person who wrote it refers to women as "chicks" which speaks volumes for itself I suppose..... Just try to relax, and I agree that "hello" seems like a much more normal/social thing to say if you want to talk to a woman. I'm not cocky or confident enough initially to be cocky when meeting a woman, though I tend to get more confident later. I only mentioned them for humor because they make me laugh.Most of the communications that matter have nothing to do with the words you speak. I always liked the cocky method and just made fun of something about a woman or fun of myself when all else failed. The old, old school cocky come on from my grandparents day went lilke this: Him: Hi. “Taken from the dedication in my debut novel Exactly 23 days. For women everywhere: When you know you are finally mended, spread the word, hold out your hand, share some love from your heart and some laughter from your soul and be there for a new member of the sisterhood who needs your help.
I don't know, I guess I have it in the back of my mind that I'll approach her, introduce myself, and she'll just laugh at me and reject me on the spot .