Reply To: Drive by
> I find natural positioning a major part of the challenge.
When you get good at this stuff, this ends up being really the only challenge. In many ways, logistics is where the game is played. What you say, how you say, how you respond, etc. is all fairly easy compared to positioning in a natural way that is comfortable for her.
The situation you described is a big conundrum. I don’t have any experience with driving and seeing someone walking, so I can’t give you any advice on that particular experience. But I will say this: you’d be surprised what works. Try some stuff out and see what happens. And if you do find something that works, now you will forever have a strategy any time that situation comes up. Well worth the risk. I do that all the time in unfamiliar situations. It’s the only way to learn.
My advice would be that next time you see her, if she doesn’t see you, drive past a little ways, park your car and get out and walk in her direction. Hopefully you can do all of that without her seeing. Then just ‘happen’ to walk by her and open her.
What’s your excuse for walking rather than driving? Meh. Doesn’t really matter too much. You can say that you wanted take a walk because the weather is nice, etc. You’d be surprised what excuses work. If you’re comfortable with it, typically she is comfortable with it.
> Like, chasing girl rapidly shopping between the store isles and making it look like I am after the exact same products:)
This is a tough one. If the girl is constantly on the move, it’s tricky to position. You could simply try a compliment as she walks by.
> What are the mechanics of that rapid fire so I know what to concentrate on?
I don’t understand what you’re referring to here.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 12 months ago by Eric Disco.