Funny introduction lines dating
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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.
That immediately tells them that you're anticipating the situation too much and that they can too easily say things to sway your mind. No matter what you say, follow it up with a nice, big smile why maintaining eye contact. If she's willing to return it, that might give some clues. I have the potential to be humorous and a sweet talker with a GF, but when I first meet someone, I want to keep it simple, friendly, and polite.
If they approve, you'll be all bright eyed and wagging your tail like a dog, but if they reject you you'll be cowering away with your tail between your legs. Then based on her reactions, you can determine whether to keep talking, or start walking. - if she wants to talk, then listen to her, then respond to what she's just said.
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.