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Lesson Three: Where To Take A Girl Once You Have Picked Her Up

Updated on May 5, 2010

Life is very complicated.

Once you have picked a girl up, you are still faced with the problem of where to take her.

You may have ideas of your own of course, but I usually ask myself the Three Key Questions.

The Three Key Questions

1. Am I going to be embarrassed if I am seen in public with this girl?

2. Am I going to be shot if I am seen in public with this girl?

3. Am I going to score?


If the answer to question #1 is, "Yes, I am going to be embarrassed if I am seen in public with this girl," then you should take her back to your place.

If the answer to question #2 is, "Yes, I am going to be shot if I am seen in public with this girl," then you should take her back to your place.

If the answer to question #3 is, "Yes, I am going to score," then you should take her back to your place, unless there is a motel which is closer.

If the answer to any of the Three Key Questions is "No," then you should take her back to her place.

And Thus Concludes Lesson Three

This is lesson in ten parts of the how a Lord may court his Lady.

We've told you where to take a girl once you have picked her up, next lesson is: Where To Never Take A Girl Once You Have Picked Her Up

Here are the previous 2 lessons in case you missed them:

[1] [2]

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