So, I went out clubbing properly for the first time yesterday and had a pretty awesome time. I'm normally an introvert, but I can become an extrovert in these social situations. When loud music is playing, I can suddenly become the centre of attention. I'm 18 and I never really get close to girls.
However, yesterday I had some attention from three different girls in the 1.5 hours that I was in there. The first was in her mid-twenties and we started casually dancing together. I thought that for one second that she was going to try to kiss me. She hugged and high-fived me before moving away. She came back again for another quick dance but moved away.
The second girl was a typical 'party girl'. She came up to me as she also liked my moves and started dancing very close to me. She was also in her mid-twenties. I thought about holding her as she was so close, but decided against it as she was a bit too old for me. She moved on after about a minute, but she seemed interested. I just didn't take my chance again.
The third girl was about the same age as me and was very good looking. She was glancing at me for quite a while and I moved towards her to see if she would react. She kept looking towards me and eventually approached me. I didn't hear what she said, but her facial expression was enthusiatic. I offered her my hand to see if she would dance but she seemed a bit unsure. She was holding her bag in that hand and I was a bit tentative, so I wasn't sure if she understood completely. We both got a bit shy of each other and moved away a bit. She kept talking to her friend and looking at me afterwards. I stayed reasonably close, and she turned towards me a few times. I thought that she was going to approach me again quite a few times, but she backed away each time. I made no further move towards her.
This experience was quite a step from anything that I've had before. I don't think that I was confident enough with the third girl as I probably had a genuine chance there. What should I do next time to get it right?
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