You’d think it’d be a good sign if she asks for your contact information first, especially early in the interaction, but it’s actually a sign that she doesn’t want to see you again.If she asks you for Facebook, she’s merely building a circle of admirers that will click the Like button when she posts whiny status updates or carefully selected photos.Which means that setting things up correctly are more important and help lead to a submission.Guys want to know how to do flying armbars and twisters in BJJ, but if they can’t even hold guard or pass someone else’s guard, it’s really a waste of time to even think about that advanced stuff because you will never even get to it.David De Angelo - Let me start off by telling you something interesting: I've personally stopped focusing on just getting phone numbers.
I just finished working with a student earlier today, and I taught him very fast approaches and got him doing them with some success.
If you’re dancing with her and she insists on remaining in her friend circle while she gives your cock a half-assed grind, you’re not getting her out. She can do this by either resuming the conversation after an awkward pause or trying to seek you out after excusing herself to the bathroom. If you got her number without hinting what you want to do with her (e.g.
If a girl doesn’t show you her “true self,” which only comes with she’s away from her friends, she was never serious about getting to know you. If the interaction would have ended had you not put 100% of the effort in maintaining it, she’s not going to see you again. have a drink), you’re much more likely to get strung along in text messaging hell.
If you didn’t pre-sell her the idea of hanging out, and she didn’t enthusiastically agree, a meeting is much less likely to occur. Did you both remain in the same venue after the number was exchanged?
If you get her number and she merely goes to a different part of the bar, maybe even flirting with other guys, you just had a weak interaction.