Flirting Tips for the Less Crowd-friendly

To be born with an attitude that is not crowded friendly makes it hard to really score a whopping 100% on dates, it sometimes feels like you are getting all sweaty doing something new to you. Wipe that sweat and take time to read this tips that might help you in different situations.

At Work
Have you ever tried sending your co-worker a personal message but you seem to be shaky and deleted it many times and still ended up not sending it anyway? Oh well, as a newbie that seems to be normal.

Here’s the thing, take advantage of your stressful work, approach the person and suggest a night out or a simple dinner just to take the stress away, this is risky, but this one is better than wasting your time trying to type and delete a private message.

On a Night-out in a Bar
Well, you just gulp up those countless glasses of vodka as you stare at your target until you throw-up and pass out. When you keep doing this, you are letting opportunities slip through your fingers. How about you try those scenes from a movie – offer them a drink or tell the barista that you’ll be paying for their next one, come on! Take risks, don’t just pass out every time you see someone you like.

You Could Be Cool at School
Do you belong to the stalker population? Those who spend almost a semester just stealing glances and have dry daydreams, those accidental (and with no meaning at all) stares from your crush that almost left you with exploded heart, are these situations you want to be stuck in? Maybe it’s time you take a little step closer to the goal.

Make your existence known, walk in their direction and maybe do something cool or throw a punch line that calls attention, it is only you who knows why you’re being loud. If you could be a little bolder, join clubs or groups that they’re in, if possible, how about offering a study session extending it to other people and hope that she’ll go too.

Friends of Friends
So you start inserting the person’s name on the conversation and wait until your friend asks you if you’re interested, then if they did ask, you’ll start to play it cool and pretend you don’t. Come on, stop it with that nonsense.

The right thing to do is to try asking your friend if the person is still available and if he could set you up with a date with that friend. If not, you could come up with a group date and ask your friend if he could bring that person with him.

On Social Media
In here, talking to that person won’t be that hard, you could even stare at her without the person knowing. You are invisible, but the goal is to be noticed.

Though social media would allow you to say anything you want through a private message, don’t mess up and plan it well. It may be easier than actually approaching the person on the public but this is a one-time chance, don’t lose that opportunity.