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    (Original post by kimolozen)
    Do you want help or not? you've counteracted everything people have told you here.

    Join clubs/classes. There is BOUND to be some girls you you'd like....
    But do you meet girls by joining clubs? At uni I didn't really feel it was like that at my sports clubs.

    What clubs would you recommend or classes? And how do you get invited to parties?
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    Yeah you have some valid points. But I'm a talkative person and find even texting I text too much! Imagine me online.. I'll be glued to the screen!

    How do you live the life like in HIMYM?
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    :lol:

    I'm not going to get a Tobacco addiction just to make friends.


    It was a rhetorical question.
    A good decision, because unlike moderate alcohol consumption, tobacco is both physically addictive and damaging to your health.
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    (Original post by kimolozen)
    Do you want help or not? you've counteracted everything people have told you here.

    Join clubs/classes. There is BOUND to be some girls you you'd like....
    Do you really meet girls at those things? Most of my friends from those are lads.

    Unless you sign up for pole dancing or yoga, can you meet a girl that way?

    Also can the OP join a club where 20 yr olds hang out when he has started work? Clubs tend to be more a school or uni thing. Even at uni, the clubs seem to be more boy clubs and girl clubs not that mixed.
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    (Original post by pshah2)
    But do you meet girls by joining clubs? At uni I didn't really feel it was like that at my sports clubs.

    What clubs would you recommend or classes? And how do you get invited to parties?
    What are your hobbies? it could be evening classes.

    And invites? well this comes with rapport. Once you get comfortable with people, and her with you, you can ask to hang out, or ask to come along if she's having something.
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    (Original post by pshah2)
    Yeah you have some valid points. But I'm a talkative person and find even texting I text too much! Imagine me online.. I'll be glued to the screen!

    How do you live the life like in HIMYM?
    For god's sake, stop repeating the question when people have already told you the answer.

    1. join some clubs, make some mates
    2. go to good pubs with your new mates, have a beer, meet lots of girls.
    3. you now have the life from HIMYM, which you may note is mainly set IN A PUB.
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    (Original post by pshah2)
    Yeah you have some valid points. But I'm a talkative person and find even texting I text too much! Imagine me online.. I'll be glued to the screen!

    How do you live the life like in HIMYM?
    Okay you need to accept your life is not a crappy American TV drama. Seriously. That's not real life. People have offered you many different possibilities. What's the point of finding reasons not to try every single one?
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    (Original post by kimolozen)
    What are your hobbies? it could be evening classes.

    And invites? well this comes with rapport. Once you get comfortable with people, and her with you, you can ask to hang out, or ask to come along if she's having something.
    I mean I like fast sports, but I'm not necessarily looking for a girl into that. I like movies, bowling, dining, vid games, etc haha

    I want to meet a real outgoing girl. What type of evening class could I join to maximise the chance of meeting outgoing friendly (but not arrogant) ppl and lots and lots of girls?

    I guess invitations come with time, true. I'm not comfortable with asking to come to something, I think the invitation has to come from them. But I'm up for inviting them, if they're my new friends!

    What class to join to meet girls?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Do you really meet girls at those things? Most of my friends from those are lads.

    Unless you sign up for pole dancing or yoga, can you meet a girl that way?

    Also can the OP join a club where 20 yr olds hang out when he has started work? Clubs tend to be more a school or uni thing. Even at uni, the clubs seem to be more boy clubs and girl clubs not that mixed.
    What? No they don't.

    If you join, say, a squash club, no-one there will be a student, they'll be all walks of life and all ages from 16-60. There must be hundreds of squash clubs in London.

    Depending on your interests, you might meet women directly at these clubs, or you might just meet other males, but at least then you have someone to socialise with and meet girls with, which is 90% of the battle.
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    (Original post by pshah2)
    I mean I like fast sports, but I'm not necessarily looking for a girl into that. I like movies, bowling, dining, vid games, etc haha

    I want to meet a real outgoing girl. What type of evening class could I join to maximise the chance of meeting outgoing friendly (but not arrogant) ppl and lots and lots of girls?

    I guess invitations come with time, true. I'm not comfortable with asking to come to something, I think the invitation has to come from them. But I'm up for inviting them, if they're my new friends!

    What class to join to meet girls?
    I don't think you're in a position to be picky about the type of girls you meet at this point.

    and don't join a club you're not interested in just to try and meet women, they will see right through it and just think you're a creep.
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      (Original post by pshah2)
      Say you're an outgoing fun loving person.. but a little shy on first contact and especially in noisy clubs when it comes to talking to girls.. how do you meet lovely (attractive and great personality) girls when you are in your 20s?
      You go to these great places called bars
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      (Original post by pshah2)
      I mean I like fast sports, but I'm not necessarily looking for a girl into that. I like movies, bowling, dining, vid games, etc haha

      I want to meet a real outgoing girl. What type of evening class could I join to maximise the chance of meeting outgoing friendly (but not arrogant) ppl and lots and lots of girls?

      I guess invitations come with time, true. I'm not comfortable with asking to come to something, I think the invitation has to come from them. But I'm up for inviting them, if they're my new friends!

      What class to join to meet girls?
      Acting/drama? well, anything.
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      (Original post by pshah2)
      Say you're an outgoing fun loving person.. but a little shy on first contact and especially in noisy clubs when it comes to talking to girls.. how do you meet lovely (attractive and great personality) girls when you are in your 20s?
      Online dating and Tinder. I know exactly how you feel as I'm a bit on the shy side as well but having technology help you really breaks down that barrier.
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      (Original post by thetrickyfox)
      Okay you need to accept your life is not a crappy American TV drama. Seriously. That's not real life. People have offered you many different possibilities. What's the point of finding reasons not to try every single one?
      Fair enough, I will try these and am grateful for them.

      I wouldn't call all of them ****py though. Some are downright inspirational and give hope that even for the nice quieter guys, good things do happen.
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      (Original post by snakesnake)
      Online dating and Tinder. I know exactly how you feel as I'm a bit on the shy side as well but having technology help you really breaks down that barrier.
      haha will give it a whirl

      social clubs/places to hang out to meet ppl?
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      (Original post by kimolozen)
      Acting/drama? well, anything.
      haha erm not sure about those two though.. any other suggestions?
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      (Original post by tehFrance)
      You go to these great places called bars
      Yess lad.

      Only thing is I am a teensy bit shy. Where are the best bars to meet girls in London? I'm in my 20s.

      Also where do I find a wingman? I just moved here.
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      You have to figure this out on your own.

      If you join some clubs, you will make at least some acquaintances, some casual friends. who in turn could be gfs in time, or know other women who they can hook you up with.
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      And you have been given good advice beforehand. What more do you want exactly? I don't get it.

      Sometimes in a life problem, you have to be a bit dogged to get what you want. You're being too defeatist.
     
     
     
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