You're pumping gas and at a nearby pump is an attractive woman you want to meet.It's Wednesday, she's not wearing a wedding ring so you begin. And as a result, she becomes more interested in you, because you listen. If a conversation is started, you interrupt yourself, extend your hand and introduce yourself.In the initial contact, it all comes down to chemistry. I feel the best intro lines are the ones that prove I've read the profile. If something about her profile interests me, then I say so... This is tough when the profile is "just ask me" though.If the woman is a stunner, I might say something about how much work it's gong to be wading through the mess of messages she's receiving.It's probably the worst place to meet a woman because that's what every other guy is there to do. You're just like every other guy on the prowl looking for chicks.Although, I have had some successful encounters in that very atmosphere using a technique I perfected. A better strategy is to meet women where there aren't a lot of guys trying to meet women.If there's a big crowd and she's with a lot of people and it's very noisy it's a bad place to meet and introduce yourself. She probably can't hear you well and you can't hear her.
As much as people might want to pretend there's some sweet science to picking up women, there really isn't.I then say a bit about myself and if I sound interesting to please view my own profile. How those guys look themselves in the mirror after they write that stuff we will never know.I finish with something along the lines of hoping to hear back, wishing them a good day. Competition is fierce among the men, even if you have a STELLAR opening, odds are you're still going to be beat out. Making the opening somewhat interesting, thoughtful, at least gives you a small chance. If you are looking for somebody genuine or a "real man" there will never be pick-up lines involved.For example, the post office, the library, a museum, a wedding, a funeral, the market, the gas station, a department store, the park, the beach, the subway, a restaurant, even on a busy street in the middle of Manhattan.But none of them requires changing the best opener of all; "Hi." If you deliver a "Hi" with a smile like you're recognizing an old friend you haven't seen in months it can work wonders. Because if you deliver the line like that, she is likely to think she already knows you and can't recall who you are.