I get this question sometimes and I usually go through something where I point out how people should go after what they want.
Interested to hear your opinions on it.
I start conversations with random women all the time. More often than not, I don’t typically “walk up to them” unless I’m being more direct in opening conversation (i.e. I just had to come tell you that you’re cute). Usually what I do is just ‘happen to end up next to’ a cute girl and start a conversation more indirectly. I’ll stand next to a cute girl at a store or sit next to a cute girl on the train or in the park. And then I’ll start talking with them.
Eric, I think you misinterpreted the question. I think Shooter is saying that people – presumably the girls he approaches – ask his something like “So is this what you do? You just walk up to random girls?”
Shooter, Your instinct is correct. Agree and amplify. “Yeah, I do this all the time, two hundred times a day if the opportunity presents itself. But I’ll tell you something you figure out if you do this enough: a few minutes with most people is like an eternity in a dentist’s chair. Know what I mean? Most people are boring as hell. (Pause) But I bet you think you’re the exception to that rule, right? (Wink and smile)”
What you said before is also fine. I actually used to say that: “Absolutely. When I see something I like, Im going to go for it.” The reason I don’t say this anymore is it gives away too much interest. What I wrote above actually keeps girls slightly on the defensive.
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