Girls asking guys to buy drinks in clubs Watch
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- 30-01-2017 03:13
- 30-01-2017 10:12
Never asked a guy for a drink, did once on a night out stare at a guy who was eating a cheeseboard until he offered me some. I've got my priorities right
(Original post by Diego Costa)
- 30-01-2017 10:27
I've been told not to buy a girl I don't know drinks in clubs if she asks and have never done so.
Just wondering however, have any girls asked guys they were interested in for drinks? Have any guys bought girls drinks and it not ended with the girl immediately disappearing?
I'm glad I never felt for that ****, initially I kinda felt some sort of regret, but now I think about it why should I buy a drink for a stranger I'm not befriending, just for a one-night stand.
The only girl I'd ever buy a drink for is someone who's already my girlfriend or a friend. I'd also buy drinks for people just incase I feel like I have nothing to lose, just to be generous.Last edited by kenni12; 30-01-2017 at 10:32.
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(Original post by EC)
- 30-01-2017 10:49
I strongly believe it's unnecessary for a guy to buy me a drink. I always find it slightly weird when someone does that or even worse when they take you to the bar and tell you to choose whatever you'd like.
There were also cases when they told the waitress to bring some drinks to our table. If I don't know the guy, what's the point? Personally, it doesn't make me wanna go home with him. There are other ways to get to know a person, but some girls do enjoy it ngl, mainly because they drink for free.
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- 30-01-2017 23:30
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- 31-01-2017 00:03
-Abdul Kebab Chicken and Chips shop.-
> Just came from School.
> "oi Katzen fam, let's get chicken wings."
> "No John, that's stupid. Let's get Tesco Value cookies!"
> "COME OR I'LL KNIFE YOU IN THE STREETS."
> "what? Here? In public? Outside of Tesco? At 4pm?"
> "OK fam."
> *walks into shop.*
> *cute girl from a local Catholic school spots me.*
> "Heyyy there, what's your name?"
> *3 minutes of discussion*
> "So can you buy me a drin-"
> "GRILL AM I MADE OUT OF MONEY!? It's 2017, women are equal to men! Buy your own drink!"
> "You're so mean! *runs off and cries.*"
And that kids, is how I didn't met your mother.
- 31-01-2017 00:27
Ohhh gawd this brings memories back. If they're a randomer I had multiple different situations.
1. Girl you just met, clicked and wanted to get wasted with.... had some random nights in the SU like this where you chat to someone you hardly know (if at all) and all of a sudden the drinks start flowing. The thing with this I'm like this with guys or girls, but it's generally that I just want someone to get wasted with. This has occasionally ended up with things happen, but the feedback I've got from friends and the girls themselves was they found it attractive with how fun loving and relaxed with them I was while getting wasted. I've never consciously intended in this context to pick up girls etc.
2. Chatting, going well, offer a drink to kind of 'trap' them in the nicest way possible. it sounds weird but in my experience the worst thing you can do when chatting someone up is drop the ball. Often a mistake guys make is go off presuming it's a sure thing and someone else has dived in while getting a drink etc. Normally I'll invite them to the bar and get a shot or something, aka something fun. If I offer any other drink I'll always wink and say they can get the next one, weirdly that wink and line generally works Usually they never actually end up buying that drink because we'll either be making out or accidentally turning into no1.
3. They look bored and I feel sorry for them.... nothing more, nothing less.
Suffice to say, I will never buy a girl a drink to try and initiate something that I don't have a feeling may already lead to something nor will I use it to suggest my intention. You should of done that waaaaayyy beforehand.
Also if a girl asks me to buy them a drink in a blunt and upfront manner(unless it's while they go to the loo or something).... then it ain't happening. And it always seems to be the extremely drunk girls (usually middle class) who think they're hotter than rest of the room, but ain't above a 6 at best facially and their body leaves a lot to be desired.
I remember during a holiday to Sunny Beach being in Disco Den Glade Viking, about 1 hour after getting off the flight at god knows what time of night. Some drunk girl as described above tried that with me for about an hour following me around, making out with me, pretty much begging for a drink. After an hour she got the message, tried pouring her empty drink on me and then tried it with some poor sod who ended up buying her drink for the rest of her night.Last edited by DanB1991; 31-01-2017 at 00:34.
- 31-01-2017 19:57
- 31-01-2017 21:02
- 01-02-2017 16:05
I've never had a guy even buy me a drink in a club so there's no way I'd ask them to.
- 01-02-2017 16:18
There was one night I was out and this guy just seemed to join us dancing and that and seemed quite lonely and that. He ended up, without telling us, or anyone asking, coming over with a round of drinks, which was lovely but then he got creepy so we all then went 'to the toilet' in an attempt to avoid him
(Original post by ANM775)
- 01-02-2017 21:12
I've never bought a girl a drink in a club before because mainstream advice [from men] says not to do it cause the will just guzzle you drink and walk off ....but a lot of mainstream dating advise I have found to be BS ...so I don't know, I might one day decide to buy a girl a drink and find out first hand for myself.
there's been a couple of occasions girls have handed me/offered me one of their shots though.
On one particular occasion I was chilling at the bar and some girl near the bar came upto me and said she had an extra shot and would I like it. Free drink?...why not ...so I took it. I didn't really make much effort to talk to her or chat her up cause she wasn't my type. Her friends were looking at me, and the expression on their face said "why isn't he chatting her up?!" ...tbh I was kinda annoyed that they thought I could be bought so cheaply..lol
another time,out of the blue a girl just came upto me and said "hi, do you want a drink?" ...my first instinct was to say no as I find it weird a girl buying ME a drink, but If I had said no she would had took it as a rejection ...but I found her attractive so I said yes.....Spoiler:Show
Careful, she might put something in it to rob you blind.Last edited by kenni12; 01-02-2017 at 21:14.
- 02-02-2017 06:30
Cant they buy their own? Arent modern women supposed to be empowered or something? If they are man enough to down the drink they are man enough to buy it. Filthy stuff though alcohol, ban the ****ing lot I say.