How You Can Lose A Girl On The Streets By Positioning Your Body The Wrong Way + How You Can Open With A Cheesy Smile [in-field footage breakdown]
While running some heavy day game earlier today [Friday], I spotted a girl coming my way whom I wanted to open and chat up.
Fired up the camera and started to record.
The fly-by interaction lasted maybe 8 seconds the most.
What was so unusual about this approach and lost is that the girl was obviously open for a chat (massive Signs Of Interest).
Because I actually had to fumble with turning the camera on within a split second as she approached, I wasn’t able to hold her attention long enough (with my body language) nor project a meaningful state…so she kept it moving.
Ok, so that was the negative.
The positive was the opener/ice-breaker.
I’d opened her with a non-verbal open just by smiling at her while maintaining eye contact as she passes.
That is actually 1 of my favorite openers and ways to test whether a girl is up for chatting with me.
So as the HB approaches, I flashed her a cheesy smile with steady eye contact which forced her to say something to me first.
What you’ll learn is 2 things:
1.) You can get a girl on the street to say hi to you just by simply smiling animatedly as she passes.
2.) No matter how interested a girl is; you may lose her within a twinkling of an eye if your body isn’t positioned the right way while simultaneously communicating interest and dominance.
This girl’s demeanor + her SOI’s (Signs Of Interests) were obviously of that of someone who was attracted but was encouraged enough to stop and chat.
All in all: just another day in the field. You’ll lose some and win some.
I lost this 1 due to rookie mistakes which even the advanced guys aren’t impervious to.
Anyway, I break it all down in the video, so check it out!
Check it out!
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