Girls Can Be Extremely Subtle

In my coffee shop I sit next to a display case that sells a bunch of crap. Women get drawn into this case like a tractor beam and browse through it before ordering their drink. I’ve never seen a woman browse the case after getting her drink because then she would have to go to the cash register twice if she likes something. When walking in girls only see my back, but when walking out they see my Middle Eastern face. What does that mean?

Well when a girl wants me to talk to her, she checks out the case on the way out. She just stands there looking at the merchandise without really looking. If she’s cute I have an opener for this very situation: “You know some of those cups are of excellent quality.”

“Oh yeah?”

“No I’m kidding—they put me here and give me free drinks just to say that. 😛 ”

It’s very rare that a sober girl will give an obvious green light during the daytime (unless she is older and horny). Sometimes they don’t even make eye contact with you. What a normal girl does instead is give you a very small opportunity to say something. When you are moving away from bars and clubs you need to pick up on cues like proximity or else you will go on thinking no girl wants to talk to you and return to poisoning your liver just to meet girls.

If I have a feeling a girl wants to talk to me, I will be right most of the time even though I’m not sure why. I think it’s because my subconscious can pick up on things that I can’t. Thank you evolution!

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This book is all about the decisions our subconscious makes without us knowing it.

http://www.amazon.com/Blink-Power-Thinking-Without/dp/0316172324

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I’ve been noticing a lot of these subtleties myself lately. Something as simple as her standing right next to you for no particular reason is enough to strike up conversation. Certainly more subtle than the drunk girl who purposely bumps into you and spills her drink on your pants…

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I was always terrible picking up these cues. I only started noticing them after I got a girlfriend. Go figure.

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Roosh- from a girl’s perspective, this is spot on. If I want a guy to talk to me I usually just stand next to him for a minute, whether at the bar or in the crowd. If he doesn’t say anything after a couple minutes, I walk away. Some might call it passive aggressive, but it’s a good way to weed out the betas.

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I pick up cues, but can never open my mouth. It suddenly goes dry. I guess a conflict of what to say is as bad as fear of the approach. But next time I will start with “hey” but it seems everyone does this days.

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Anonymous – I beleive Roosh has that one on hisa recommended reading list – I might add “Sway” as a additional interesting book about decision making – (as in why do people make irrational decisions so often)

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It must be nice to be able to just hint and hope someone notices, secure in the fact that cowardice can be redirected to “he’s just clueless.”

Or maybe it’s terror and loneliness.

Either way, I love my Y-chromasome.

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“It’s very rare that a sober girl will give an obvious green light during the daytime (unless she is older and horny)”

Speak for yourself. I get it all the time. A huge key to this is Location and timing.

Location: The beach. Or if you are in a city, museums, high end shopping districts, parks or piazzas with fountains. Anywhere feel good.

Coffee shops contrary to popular opinion, are not the best, although they can be effective especially on the outdoor patio on a sunny day smoking cancer sticks.

Timing: Mondays are the worst for Day Game. Wait till Tuesday to start spitting. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are the best, especially with younger girls.

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Oh yeah, and smoke cigarettes.

The easiest way to get a green light is to give a fly girl the opportunity to ask you for a light or a smoke. Free leads.

The oldest Game move since well…the invention of the cigarette.

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I’m really not the sort who could pick up on those subtle cues.

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This topic is worth exploring further. Insightful post.

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Hahaha, yeah, every time you stand near a guy and he doesn’t talk to you, it means he’s a beta. Or, MAYBE, he’s preoccupied with something else. Or, god forbid, he just isn’t attracted to you.

People have lots of reasons for doing things and not doing things. Assuming the worst when people don’t do what you want kind of makes you an asshole.

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Hey roosh fans have a look at this

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Since I’ve sobered up I’m definitely noticing the subtle nuances of of day time interactions with broads but nothing seems to replace that drunken caveman game fueled by booze. It was much easier when I was drinking… I’m sure I could still go into the bar at last call and pull some monster for some ground n pound. But I don’t for two reasons, 1. A bar is no place for a recovering alcoholic and 2. There is no way I could stick my love rod in some of the mud turtles I used to when I had the aid of booze goggles that made the parade of sub-par poon that came through my bedroom look like a miss America pageant.

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I sometimes stare at girls and try to send them psychic messages.

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The G Manifesto:

Word, brother. Talking to women became hella more easy after I picked up the coffin nails. Now I smoke mostly pipes and cigars, and it’s even better. People look at you and I’ve lost count of the amount of people who say “You know, that smell reminds me of my grandfather.” No need for an opener. Plus, I still get folks asking me for lights and I keep a pack of Nat Sherman’s/Peace around for anyone who needs one, be they man or woman, hot or not. Smoker’s Code.

It’s interesting to see the fall of smoking and the rise of the beta nation. In my mind, they’re linked.

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Roosh has straightdar

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Spike Gomes,

I agree completely. Smoking even works BETTER now than it ever has.

I think the Down Economy will even help more.

Another tip:

Carry a dope lighter. Dunhill, Dupont or Zippo.

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Gentleman’s Code.

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Interesting take Spike.

Personally, I see an American smoker (doesn’t apply in other countries except England) and I think beta. Smoking is a crutch, a sign of weakness and/or insecurity.

A guy smelling like my grandfather would not be a turn on to me either.

But to each his own. And it apparently works for you.

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Jeanne Marie,

Look throughout history. Every Playboy of note has been a smoker.

I have written about this subject a lot in regards to historical figures and sports figures.

http://www.thegmanifesto.com/2006/03/smoking-gun.html

http://www.thegmanifesto.com/2007/06/greatest-athletes-in-world-share-one.html

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@ G Manifesto 21 –

Using examples of smokers from past generations doesn’t work because smoking used to be far more common than it is today. I’d also draw a distinction between an athlete or celebrity who might occasionally light up an expensive cigar, and someone who’s hooked on cigarettes.

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Peter,

True, smoking used to be more common in the past. There has been an incredible propaganda machine against smoking in the last decade (pioneered by Adolf Hitler of all people…look it up).

But examples of past generations is all we have to go on…

I guess the main point of it was to address what Roosh wrote “It’s very rare that a sober girl will give an obvious green light during the daytime (unless she is older and horny).”

My experience is very different. I get “green lights” all the time from girls during the day. And I would attribute some of it to smoking.

Try it, and let me know what you think.

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forget tobacco pipes… try Ben Gay and Depends… you will really remind women of their grandfather that way

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Todd H –

Don’t forget the Old Spice.

G -I agree with Peter about previous generations. I also don’t deny that smoking works for you.

I’m just saying that perhaps I (not you, and not everyone) am a product of the current culture that sees smoking as a huge health risk and thus anyone who chooses to smoke must be incredibly weak. I also think people use the buzz to calm their nerves. Another crutch in MY mind.

I don’t lump men from other countries like Argentina, Italy, Spain in the same category, because culturally they don’t see it as a health risk they way Americans do.

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@Laura, #4: “If I want a guy to talk to me I usually just stand next to him for a minute, whether at the bar or in the crowd. If he doesn’t say anything after a couple minutes, I walk away. Some might call it passive aggressive, but it’s a good way to weed out the betas.”

Laura, I hope you find your alpha – and I hope he plays you like a $2 ukulele, and you take a chance on a beta and learn about steady loving. There is more than one way to be a man – quiet runs deep more often than you think.