Clubbing

  • gjoseph

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    Jan 02, 2009 1:55 AM GMT
    Hey Guys,
    Me and my best-friends (Nicole, and Kate) are going to one of the local clubs tomorrow night and I was wondering how can I get a guy to dance with me. I'm so shy like I don't know what to say/or how to approach so I expect a guy to ask me. The problem is all the guys that ask me aren't my type (older men 28+, or they're ghetto). I really want to find a man to dance with that's my type because I'm tired of grinding on my girls =(

    Thanks!!

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    Jan 02, 2009 3:03 AM GMT


    gjoseph walks by guy he wants to dance with at club...

    makes eye contact and INSTANTLY (and we mean instantly fast) glances at the dance floor then back at this guy and winks or grins.

    "Dance?" is only word he says. So the guy dances with him.

    Keep thinking 'it's a dance not a date' and you'll be fine. If the guy says no all it means is he doesn't want to dance and nothing else because you said nothing else..icon_wink.gificon_wink.gif Hey this really works - I had 5 years of going out every night (before I met Bill) to practice.

    -Doug
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    Jan 02, 2009 3:09 AM GMT


    How about a simple "Hello, would you like to dance?"

  • gjoseph

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    Jan 02, 2009 5:03 AM GMT
    Ok =) I'll use these tips!! Hopefully I'll have a better night tomorrow.
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    Jan 02, 2009 5:05 AM GMT
    I say you do a mix of what Men and Rekindle said:

    Like Men said, first see if the guy makes eye contact, to see if the guy is even paying attention, or is too caught up in himself to notice you. You'll be able to read his response upon noticing you. Once you get the guy's eye, follow up with what Rekindle said and ask him to dance. What can you lose?

    It's SO flattering to be asked to dance! And, think of the alternative: If you don't ask anyone, and nobody asks you, then you go home pissed off.

    But, if you ask, and even if he says "No thanks," then at least you had the courage to break out of your shyness and assert yourself. From then on, it gets easier and easier to make the first move. And, there's nothing sexier than self confidence.

    Just don't get all drunk and slobbery before you ask! That ain't cute. ;)

  • gjoseph

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    Jan 02, 2009 5:11 AM GMT
    Okay!! I didn't plan on getting drunk.... maybe just a shot of Vodka or Tequila will help break me out of my shell =)