Im 16 now and have never a girlfriend. I go to an all boys school and have done so since I was 10 and as such I haven't gotten to know many girls. Today when I was sitting in an after school club I was barely talking to anyone about , well anything. Its like when I get there I don't know what to say and I was really all alone. I just want to know what to do here, what am I meant to say to really strike of a conversation and not have it die like a minute later. Should I move seats to sit next to someone or wait for them to come to me?
starting a convo is the hardest part even now i still have trouble.
The thing you need most of all is confidence, a guy with confidence comes across very well and much better than a guy without
ok, sorry, can i ask why? i just said it to lighten the mood, make a friendly atmoshere and to relax the troubled soul, i ment no harm in it.
i see it as this. these guys are JUST like you. you are not at all inferior to them in anyway. you are 'adam' as much as they are. just chat with them- maybe if they're having a party or something and having girls round, then that's a chance? i'd advise against getting in with a female friendship- because they're generally out for men- you're out for women, i assume- so yeh, just treat them as equals and try and get chatting to them. however, i know this easier said than done.
What I am really lost for topics, what do girls want to talk about, I talk about a whole load of things with guys, (Sports, politics, banter, etc) but the girls dont seem interested.
Ask them about their day...LOL
Seriously now, Im ok with talking to/charming the girls...Well just about. My problem is Im terrible at meeting any and starting a conversation.
Usually you just need to find some common ground with you and a girl, i find that music if the easiest to get chatting to with a boy around, espeshially if you have music on your phone...
Image is an important part of anything, the way people see you. Sit up straight, don't slouch, don't look down, make eye contact and SMILE!
^^^ Then pull out a dictionary and say; have you ever noticed how words are organised alphabetically in this book?