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What to Talk with a Girl About 3
VB> People, help me! When I meet a
girl shall I talk more about myself or ask questions about her life?
By your permission I’ll give you some advice. May I?J All the
following is related to pick-up tactics during your first date.
1. Tell her about yourself and ask her questions. If you see that she
is not too talkative then you should talk more (but it doesn’t mean dwelling
upon your precious persona for the whole evening). Silent pauses put you both
in awkward position.
2. Telling her about your life try to avoid the following details:
“Last time we hit a dozen of bottles with the guys and I had to spend about two
days hugging the sink in my toilet!” or “All the 125 girls I left…” and the
like. The stuff will do for the drunken company.
3. Subconsciously the stories about your parents arouse her trust.
There you can improvise a little (it’s not the same as lying!) and tell her
about your Dad who “did parachute jumps and the damned equipment wouldn’t
open”; or about your Mommy “who had saved the cat’s brood from the burning
4. Asking questions about the girl’s life is a delicate matter. For the
beginning you could content yourself with innocent things like: “Where do you
work/study?” “What’s your favorite pastime?” “What kind of music do you
listen/movies do you watch?” If you see that the girl speaks with enthusiasm
you may ask other questions. But just don’t go too far in your interviewing –
no intimate or too personal questions – this isn’t an interrogation under
Don’t forget that the girls
enjoy being paid much attention. When you show genuine interest to her way of
life, when you nod sympathetically if she’s about to open her heart to you,
when you laugh if she makes a joke (even if it wasn’t a good one she shouldn’t
know that… well, smile at least!) I daresay she already thinks that you are a
good listener which is already quite a lot.
P.S: All aforesaid doesn’t claim
to be ultimate truth. These are only my observations based on practical studies
of male and female psychology in their first phase of acquaintance.