Don't know how to talk to girls

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    I have no idea how to start a good conversation. I just go bright red instantly and get flustered and nervous...
    Any advice?
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    Just talk to them like you're talking to your friend. Don't overthink it.
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    Just start a conversation with them like you would with a guy? No need to flirt on the first convo, just be normal so "hi, what's your name" or "how are you?". Just ask general ice breakers and go with the flow. If she's interested about you, then she'll ask you questions as well.
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    You should definitely use the words "red pill", "fedora", "cuck", "fapping", and "Trumpsexual" then you will be 90% on the way to success.
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    (Original post by Orbital Rising)
    You should definitely use the words "red pill", "fedora", "cuck", "fapping", and "Trumpsexual" then you will be 90% on the way to success.
    Then you can grab her by the pussy
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Then you can grab her by the pussy
    While wearing a fedora and mankini. PRSOM.
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    It's easier to just go up to them and talk than dwell on it and get flustered.
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Then you can grab her by the pussy
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    Just go for it. You might be nervous, red and flustered at first but you will soon see girls are just normal people and nothing to be scared of.
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    I'm assuming you are still in secondary school. I can empathise with you and this was a real problem for several years. I have since gotten a LOT better and while Im still not brilliant I cam up with two key points:

    1) You wouldn't worry so much about what others think of you if you realised how little they do.
    2) You need to just stop caring about making a fool of yourself, I often find it easy to talk about work as a conversation starter like ask them something you find hard, homework for example -- You feel very good about yourself when you get the courage and do it.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    Misuse of the anonymous function :top:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    Can't tell if this is genuine or a joke? 😂
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    :toofunny:
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    The same way you would talk to a guy. There's nothing different about us except for a couple mounds of fat on our chests (don't stare - it makes us self-conscious that they look weird) and a hole where you would expect to find a pole.

    More seriously, really, just start a conversation the same way you would with a bloke. We're not another species. *
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    Just say hi. Talking to girls isn't particularly difficult, though I understand why you feel the way you do. Don't have too high expectations for yourself, just go with the flow.
 
 
 
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