The first step to winning over a girls heart is winning over her friends. Her friends act as key advisers on all her issues. Especially, when it comes to judging a guy who is interested in her. So before you walk in big chested with the five witty lines you have practiced go through the rules listed below. Live by these and you are sure to leave a good impression on the girl you’re going after and her friends.
Rule # 1 Read the Group’s Body Language
If a group of girls is huddled in deep conversation, do not interrupt. Wait for the conversation to flow into something less intense. You’ll notice a relaxation in their body language and you can use that moment to make your move. Or look for a group of women that actually look like they’re having fun. A good cue would be women standing outwards instead of towards each other, or a group of women laughing. They’ll be more apt to let you in the on conversation, and chances are you’ll enjoy their company a lot more.
Rule #2 Focus Your Flirting on Her
Do not flirt with all of her friends too. Make her feel like the only girl in the world as well. Otherwise you’ll turn dream girl off, and her friends will just think you’re a player. And when you try to ask her for her number, chances are you’ll get shot down.
Rule #3 Be Friendly
On the flip side, don’t ignore her friends altogether. Being able to talk to everyone at the table shows that you’re comfortable talking women on a platonic level. This is doubly important if she’s only with one other friend. If it’s a group, it’s a different scenario, but if she’s only with one girl, she won’t want to ditch or ignore her. Women often follow the rule, “chicks before dicks.” Make nice with her friends and you’ll come across as natural and sociable, rather than a predator.
Rule #5 Don’t Let the Group Shake Your Confidence
Women can smell insecurity and desperation. Do not allow yourself to be intimidated just because the girl in question is super hot. If you start acting nervous and jittery around her, her friends will start rolling their eyes and giggling, and you’ll be a goner before you’ve said five sentences. Nobody wants to see their friend with a “mangina.”
Rule # 7 Don’t Argue
About the Author
In addition to serving as contributing editor for Vaga, she has written for Cosmopolitan, Inked, Treats, Richardson, Your Tango, and Ask Men and been consulted for her dating knowledge, (though she still knows next to nothing about men), on radio shows “Poundstone Power” and “Broadminded“ on Sirius XM, “Love Zone USA”, “Los Originales”, as well as How About We , Coed Magazine, Sex Lies and Dating, The Grindstone, What’s Wear and Gloss Magazine. She has performed at the Word Bookstore, Inner Monologues, Standard Issues, and Speakeasy Stories. In her spare time, she likes sliding down rainbows, red wine, Axl Rose, and chasing imaginary squirrels.