3.Her male friends are usually less judgmental than her female friends. In otherwords, she won’t worry as much about being seen with you (a new guy),going home with you, etc.
See why you need to be approaching mixed groups?
DEALING WITH THE OTHER GUYS – THE BOYFRIEND
Find out right away how everyone knows each other when you’re doing introductions. If itdoesn’t come out naturally, just ask:
“So, how do you guys all know each other?”
If her date or boyfriend is there and hovering, be realistic. Your goal should be getting her contact info so you can see her again, when he’s not there.(Okay, you can get more that night. It’s hard, but doable. I’m not always proud of it, but it’ssomething I’ve done more than a few times. The more people in her group and the more high-energy the environment, like a concert, the easier it is for the two of you to slip away. But, that’sa little advanced for this newsletter.)The great thing about limiting your goals is it makes them really easy to achieve, even with her date standing right there.Don’t shove your phone into her face and ask for her number. It has to happen “naturally.” And,it doesn’t have to be a phone number specifically.For example, take a group picture, and then get everyone’s email addresses so you can sendthem the picture.Or, if a boyfriend suddenly appears and is about to take her away, you can even say “give meyour email so I can send you that picture” even if there never was one.You can also just ask for her facebook. Don’t write it down right away; remember it until youcan get to your phone. It’s still reasonably okay for a woman to give out her facebook to a manin front of her boyfriend, where it wouldn’t be as okay to give her phone number.In general, be creative and listen for opportunities. It’s the same process as if you meet a womanwhen you’re on a date. If you know what you’re looking for, the opportunities are easy to see.For example:[Two minutes into a conversation]