How To Start A Conversation With A Girl
Want to know how to start a conversation with a girl? If the thought of starting a conversation with a girl makes you feel like you are going to hurl, you need help! You are not alone. Tons of other guys feel their knees start to buckle when they think about talking to a girl. Never fear there is actually a easy way for you start a conversation with the woman of your dreams. Follow these steps and it will be easy for you to start a conversation with a girl.
- Learn about what she likes to do. News Flash: she is not going to want to hear about you during your first conversation. You need to find out something that she really likes to do so you can use that information to start a conversation with her. One way to find out what she likes to do is by payng attention to what she does in her free time. If you are still unsure what she likes to do, ask some of her friends.
- Practice in the mirror. You probably think you will look cool by just winging it when you are trying to start a conversation with a girl. However, if you do this, there is a good chance that you might end up looking like a fool. You might look like a dork practicing, what you are going to say in front of the mirror, but at least you won't look bad when you are actually starting a conversation with a girl. When you are practicing in the mirror, make sure you are not making a weird facial expression that might scare a girl away.
- Have a drink. This does not mean you have permission to get plastered. It just means that you should have one or two drinks to take the edge off your nerves. You need to be careful not to have too much to drink because you do not want to look like a babbling drunk when you talk to her.
- Make plans to "accidently" bump into her. To start a conversation with a girl you are going to need to find out where she is going to be and then be there. If you know that she goes bowling every Friday night, make plans, with some of your friends, to go bowling. You want to make sure you have an excuse to be where she is at, so you do not look like you are just desperately showing up to meet her.
- Introduce yourself. This is where all of that practice in front of the mirror comes into play. After you introduce yourself, you can go into the conversation, about her interests. Use what you gained from practicing in the mirror. She is sure to be impressed that you took the time to learn about her interests.