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    Here's a way I came up to appear less awkward in the opening:
    Me: I remember you from somewhere. Were you in..?
    She: Yes, I used to work in the Italian restaurant.
    Me: And what brings you here?
    She: I came here to buy some food.

    Now, how to proceed? I came up with this one:
    Me: You seem you are having a good time here.
    (it is positive, it is a read, it continues the convo, it is not awkward).
    You deliver the whole thing like talking to an old friend. It is like socialising.
    ​​​​The most difficult part is how to continue the conversation in daygame...

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    Originally posted by Dateathome View Post
    Here's a way I came up to appear less awkward in the opening:
    Me: I remember you from somewhere. Were you in..?
    She: Yes, I used to work in the Italian restaurant.
    Wait hang on... do you know her from somewhere? Because if not this is gonna come off as creepy.

    Me: And what brings you here?
    She: I came here to buy some food.
    "Why are you going to the airport? Probably flying somewhere." - Lloyd Christmas

    Now, how to proceed? I came up with this one:
    Me: You seem you are having a good time here.
    She seems like she's having a good time shopping for food?

    Dude is this at all based on something that actually happened, or are you just playing out this scenario in your head?

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    • #3
      I tried that one once back in the day.

      "Hey what are YOU doing here?" in the grocery store parking lot, like I know her already. "Do I know you?" (Shit. . do i lie? Do I pretend like I mistook her for someone? I'm already in a hole. . I'll go genuine and try to turn it into my direct opener) "No I just thought you were cute and wanted to stop and s. .. . . " Walks off ignoring me, not even an eye roll, just cold hard nonexistence lol.

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      • #4
        awful!

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        • #5
          I do similar in night game:

          -Are you from x?
          (some answer)
          -Did you work in the fashion events?
          (some answer)
          -Wait, you work at the hospital?
          (some answer)

          It works great always.


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          • #6
            Stacking lines? What is this early-mid 2000s? Lol

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            • #7
              We are struggling to use quality material to some women who do not deserve it.

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              • #8
                ... you mean that this "routine stack" was designed for women who are unworthy of your A-material?

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                • #9
                  I still don't understand why my OP will fail.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Dateathome View Post
                    I still don't understand why my OP will fail.
                    It is because you don't field test. It is OK to intellectually project, but not without extensive field experience, and more importantly field success.

                    Take your best ideas and go into field with the purpose of having them invalidated. Then you can come back to the forum and share the stuff that stood the test of time.

                    Thinking about future interactions without that kind of experience is only going to hold you back and it will give you dissonance when you actually engage in field.

                    It is better to be ignorant in interactions than having a preconceived idea of how things are going to go. Ignorance is actually pure power in social interactions a lot of the time.

                    The less you know the more reason you have to connect with people. And people love to help.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Dateathome View Post
                      Here's a way I came up to appear less awkward in the opening:
                      Me: I remember you from somewhere. Were you in..?
                      She: Yes, I used to work in the Italian restaurant.
                      Me: And what brings you here?
                      She: I came here to buy some food.
                      Hey, if it works for you, then it's of course completely fine. Do what works! On that thought, though, have you field tested it? Did it work like you planned? Did you actually test it and get stuck at that point, or are you only theorizing?

                      Having a "stack" is kind of reminiscent of "antiquated" game from the mid 2000's like Mystery Method or its like. That, and the structure you proposed, may be why you're getting a bit of unconstructive ridicule in this thread (by assholes). That's not to say it doesn't work, however. Just that the guys who started back then have since moved on to other things. But you gotta start somewhere, right!

                      On the other hand, there are possibly better ways to go about it. Enter the slew of "openers" you can use, being everything from "Hi" to "Hey, quick question, my friend has this conundrum (It'll only take a second). Who lies more; men or women?" You can find all sorts of openers and stacks by simply googling or searching for openers on this forum.

                      Originally posted by Dateathome View Post
                      Now, how to proceed? I came up with this one:
                      Me: You seem you are having a good time here.
                      (it is positive, it is a read, it continues the convo, it is not awkward).
                      You deliver the whole thing like talking to an old friend. It is like socialising.
                      ​​​​The most difficult part is how to continue the conversation in daygame...
                      My personal favourite after the presentation (and sometimes even as the presentation), is the mini cold-read ice-breaker tease thingy, where you make a slightly judgemental, but light hearted and jokish comment about her clothing or style (or something else about her) in a fun and teasing manner.

                      Note: Never ever make fun of her body! Even if she looks like a model, it's often linked too closely to her insecurities, so don't go there. Commenting items she's carrying, or something she said or did is fine, however, and a great way to segue into a more interesting conversation.

                      Here's an example from some Halloween / Bad Taste party:

                      You: "OMG your style is so 80's! I bet you're a huge fan of Madonna!"

                      Her: Some positive answer...
                      You: Oh, cool! Yeah, I love her early work. What else do you like from that period? Etc...

                      Her: Negative answer.
                      You: Haha, here I had you for THE 80's fan-gurl! What kind of music DO you like, then? Etc...

                      Obviously this girl is dressed like an 80's slut, and so you tailor your mini cold-read accordingly. If she dressed like a 70's porn star, you'd instead compare her to ABBA (the bearded one!!! ... or perhaps not), and so on.

                      So no matter if you hit or miss, you can have her making some kind of qualification to you within seconds, and moving the conversation on to more interesting topics.

                      In the rare instance where she gets offended, just tell her that you were only joking and prepare for exit. There is no reason what so ever to stay with a grumpy tart, and leaving is your best punishment for bad behaviour as most women are out for attention anyway.

                      If she gets really into talking about herself to you, then suggest you go somewhere more private, or that she join you for food or whatever, and then take her home.

                      So what do you think about testing this stuff out the next time you go out, and write a little report about it?

                      Originally posted by Dateathome View Post
                      We are struggling to use quality material to some women who do not deserve it.
                      Don't ever think in that way again, ever!!1! Instead have some compassion for the people around you. Ask yourself, what could make their day better? Probably they've worked hard all week, and done their best to look good before going wherever they went, and sometimes that doesn't work out and they become a little pissy.

                      This is where you come in, and if you can make their day brighter, you will have victory even if you don't get her number.

                      This is all about where you're coming from before you open someone up. If you're all judgemental before opening someone, chances are greater that it'll bounce right back into your face. So have some empathy with the people you're talking with.

                      Originally posted by Dateathome View Post
                      I still don't understand why my OP will fail.
                      Well, they are pretty wooden and generic. The allusion to "So why are you at the airport" and "to fly..." is telling, because it shows how obvious they are. Obvious questions will get obvious answers, followed by awkward silences.

                      There's a saying within journalism, especially pertaining to interview style: Never ask closed questions, and never ever ask yes or no questions (the latter is reserved for the courtroom).

                      The reason you don't want to do that, is because they will end up in short answers, or worst of all, a yes or no answer ending in awkward silence.

                      Instead you want to ask open-ended questions, that require a little pondering, and that will result in longer and more interesting answers, like for instance "How did you get here?" or "So what's your opinion on Thing X?" where Thing X can be the fish you holding in your left hand, or that diamond shoe she's drooling over.

                      Add some some cheeky obervations, like "Man, you look really into that shoe! What's so special about it?" and the conversation will make itself.
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