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Hey! Learn How To Pick Up Girls at a Bar Tonight. Now.

Updated on September 10, 2009

Hey! Learn How To Pick Up Girls at a Bar Tonight. Now.

So there you are alone. No one loves you...okay your Mom loves you. But I am pretty sure that you do not want to get some action from her...unless you do. That is another problem on its own. So you have decided that you don't want to spend tonight alone. You have done that way too many times and you want it to stop. What better time to learn how to pick up girls at a bar.

Here is a list of tips you should know on how to pick up girls at a bar:

  • Go in the bar with a bunch of girls. If you can round up a bunch of "girlfriends," do so now. If you cannot find a few friends to help you out, you can always pay a girl or two to come out with you. Think of it as an investment to future success with the ladies. Anyway, these girls will be your in with other girls at the bar you go to. The other girls will have the idea that you are something of value when they see you have two other girls on your arm. Play off of that by noticing and inviting the girls over to join your mini party.
  • Pretend like you are the life of the party. When you go to a bar you have to be full of energy. No girl wants to be with a man that is boring or sad all the time. That is no fun. Plus you may only attract a girl of that nature. This is not what you want. Therefore, the minute you enter the bar, look like you own the place. Start saying, "Hey," to random people. Shake hands with the next person that gives you eye contact. Make sure you are the party. All girls want to go to the party.
  • Smile. This is big thing that guys forget to do: SMILE! No girl wants to be with someone that is frowning. Frowning only shows that you are not fun to be around. Turn that frown upside down and flaunt it. Stare a random girl in the eye and smile at her. If she smiles back at you that is a sure fire way to know if she is interested. Once a smile has been returned to you. Try the method one more time and see if it was a miss fire on her behalf. If it is returned again, go in and say something.
  • Say something and deal. Once you are at the point of interaction with a female it is time to start talking. Don't think just say. It goes with the idea ready, aim, fire. Basically, say something that can potentially lead to the next few sentences of the conversation. If she throws more conversation your way, you are doing fine. Remember, to revolve the conversation around her. All girls want to know that you are interested in their lives...ha...hahah.
  • Close the deal. Once you have established a little bit of a relationship with this random girl, close the deal by asking her for contact information. If she like you enough she will hand it over. Remember to not fear rejection. This is the only way you will learn how to become better at meeting the ladies. Oh...if you get her info, don't call her back right away. That will come off as needy.


These were a few ideas on how to pick up girls at a bar. Remember these techniques will not always work right away. It will take a bit of practice to perfect this art of bar seduction. Nevertheless, you will eventually find that lady that is right for you. Good luck.


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