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Ok any help from girls here would be very helpful.

Basically when approaching a group of girls in a club, or more accurately 1 of the group. The friend/friends try's to pull the girl away making it hard to have any kind of conversation....

Why is this and what's the best way around it?
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Unfortunately if girls see you approach them they think "Oh great, another slimeball trying to grind me..", even if it's not the case- so they adopt 'defence positions' in case you are that guy.




Has to be said though, after seeing/hearing how some guys act in clubs, I'm surprised girls go clubbing at all.
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Try to not look like a rapist?
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They have no self esteem. g**p*** will make them feel so much more confident.
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its a club, how on earth do you hope to have a conversation with one of them.

i don't think i'd ever approach a group of girls if i didn't even know/recognise a single person there. (ok freshers week i did, but not since then)
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They are desperate. I don't go to clubs btw.

Did you actually read the OP at all?
Its talking about girls clinging to each other, not guys.
Fool.
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Yeah, that's why you need le wingman.
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(Original post by Boobies.)
Did you actually read the OP at all?
Its talking about girls clinging to each other, not guys.
Fool.
I didn't - my bad. I guess they're just being protective.
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(Original post by James4d)
Unfortunately if girls see you approach them they think "Oh great, another slimeball trying to grind me..", even if it's not the case- so they adopt 'defence positions' in case you are that guy.




Has to be said though, after seeing/hearing how some guys act in clubs, I'm surprised girls go clubbing at all.
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The other girls are *****es that's why. Rude *****es. Punish them with your schlong.
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(Original post by Boobies.)
Did you actually read the OP at all?
Its talking about girls clinging to each other, not guys.
Fool.
Jeez... Calm down...
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This is called ****-blocking. It means that she doesn't want to have that conversation with you, hence her friends rescuing her, its very common!
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Ah cockblocking, ugly womens habitual attribute.
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I dont clubbing myself yet, but i know that when i do go i'll be quite protective over who approaches my friends beause you really cant just assume every male is going to be nice....when you think of all the horror stories about date-rape and such it's probably smater for girls to stick together and protect one another.
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(Original post by James4d)
Unfortunately if girls see you approach them they think "Oh great, another slimeball trying to grind me..", even if it's not the case- so they adopt 'defence positions' in case you are that guy.




Has to be said though, after seeing/hearing how some guys act in clubs, I'm surprised girls go clubbing at all.
This is exactly it, I went clubbing a few nights ago and the amount of times we had to 'save' each other. It's exhausting!
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They're either saving her from another guy or from herself as she is so retardedly drunk, she cannot think for herself at that moment in time.
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(Original post by James4d)
Unfortunately if girls see you approach them they think "Oh great, another slimeball trying to grind me..", even if it's not the case- so they adopt 'defence positions' in case you are that guy.




Has to be said though, after seeing/hearing how some guys act in clubs, I'm surprised girls go clubbing at all.

If they didn't enjoy (at least aspects of) it, then they wouldn't do it.

But yeah, OP, those girls don't know who you are. It is a sort of defence mechanism. To them, you're just another grinding guy unless you're the guy behind the sound decks. For the most part, your image is all you've got in a nightclub.
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Jeez... Calm down...
Perfectly calm.
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Ok any help from girls here would be very helpful.

Basically when approaching a group of girls in a club, or more accurately 1 of the group. The friend/friends try's to pull the girl away making it hard to have any kind of conversation....

Why is this and what's the best way around it?
They're jealous you went for their friend and not their ugly arse! Or you're ugly :dontknow:
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They just assume the worst of the guy. "" And are being protective of their friends.
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