Ask his server what he's drinking, and ask them to bring him one from you.
I tried this once, simply as a social experiment, and it was both hilarious and successful. After I sent him the beer, he, of course, came up to my table and said thank you, and he even sat down at my table for a bit. You can also check for cute guys holding almost-empty beers and say, “I'm going to grab myself a beer. ”Always go to parties with your outgoing friends because if all else fails, you can get them to march right up to the guy you want to talk to and say, “Hey, I want you to meet my friend!
It's an effortless conversation topic that can easily lead to a date.
Any sort of line-up is a great excuse to chat with someone.
If a cute guy happens to be behind you in line at Starbucks or in front of you in line for Chipotle, don't hesitate to kill the time by striking up a conversation.
Line-ups are boring, and he'd probably rather chat with you than check his phone for the next five minutes.
Sometimes, only certain tables have an outlet to plug in your laptop, which is a great excuse to ask to share the table (since you need that plug).
Once you're sharing a table with him, you can make conversation by asking him what he's working on.
And the popular, busy coffee shops almost always involve sharing tables with strangers.
A face-to-face first meeting allows you to get a feel for his personality, his sense of humour and his ability to converse in person, none of which can be determined on an app.
It's these detriments of dating apps that waste our time when someone we meet up with isn't at all who we thought they'd be IRL, and it's these wasted nights that motivate us to meet men out in the real world, instead.
We exchanged numbers, and he commended me on my confidence, saying that nobody had ever done that before. ”Hardware stores are one of the easiest places to meet men, especially since so many of them shop there.
It's so easy to meet single guys at parties, but we often make the mistake of hanging out in a corner with our girl friends all night, and we're too shy to approach anyone. I was at Home Depot the other day, and it was hot-guy-central.