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how to get a girl using a toothpick

Updated on February 4, 2015

What if I told you that you no longer need to stress yourself with expensive suits and killer vibes to get your dream girl?In case you haven’t realized yet, girls fancy simplicity. The truth is, a normal girl, and I mean normal, will always expect more from a man than just mere dress codes and rehearsed punchlines. They key is to stand out.

There are a million ways to impress a girl on your first encounter. I prefer something quite modest,what I like to call the toothpick fanaticism.Don’t frown. Not yet. The trick is not as stupid as it sounds.

You are sitting in your favorite cafeteria sipping on your coffee slowly pretending to be seriously indulged in the newspaper in your hand,while in real sense, you are actually admiring that beautiful lass across the bench. If it were 1942, I would tell you to start jotting down nasty pickup lines that make you look cool and cram them for the approach. But what the hell.It’s a new era.Don’t be silly. Pull out that tooth pick and let me show you how you do it.

First,let her finish her snack. You don’t want to interrupt her in the middle of a meal. Chances are,she’s got better things in her mind. So,keep calm with your boring newspaper until she starts to leave the cafeteria. Then make your big step. Start with a casual greeting. A simple handshake is enough. Try to remain standard and laid-back.Don’t make it seem like you are hitting on her. This will keep her open minded. You can tell her that you are headed to the same direction as she is or anything realistic that will politely apprise her that she has no other choice than to walk with you. However,if she doesn’t show any interest,pull back.

If she appears passable to the button hole,you are good to go.Here is where your toothpick comes in. Start with the basics,you know,like any ordinary conversation. Your toothpick is a symbol of use it to show that that you are totally relaxed and that you are going with the flow of the colloquy. Avoid using clichés and adolescent jokes. Just be yourself. Chances are the chat will end up to be smooth and fun. Nevertheless,take note of how you use that toothpick. Avoid being disgusting. Don’t take it out of your mouth too often and don’t chew it. It’s sickening


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