If you’re like most guys, talking to girls at parties can be a daunting prospect. But don’t worry, it’s easier than you think! Just follow these simple steps, and you’ll be able to not only talk to any girl but also make her feel comfortable and interested in what you have to say.
How to Talk to a Girl at a Party
Approach A Girl At A Party
Here are some situations to consider:
Situation 1: How To Approach A Girl When She’s With A Group Of Friends
First, take note of how many people are in her circle. If there are two or three other girls, it may be too intimidating to get involved. However, if the group is composed entirely of guys, you have an easy opportunity! These groups are usually more receptive to newcomers, and all you need to do is go up and introduce yourself with a smile.
Situation 2: How To Approach A Girl When She’s With One Friend
If the girl is in a one-on-one situation, think carefully about what you say. She may not be in the right mood to talk, and she might be waiting for her friend to return any second. Start by saying something like, “I don’t mean to interrupt you two, but I saw you both come in here and I just really wanted to come and say hi.” This is a good way to avoid the situation where she thinks you’re trying to pick her up when she’s with her friend.
Situation 3: How To Approach A Girl When She’s Alone
If the girl is alone, congratulations! A siren of sexual desire has almost certainly approached you. Try to get inside her mind and understand what she’s thinking. Is she looking around for someone in particular? Is there a worried look on her face? These are important clues about what you should say to her when you go over.
Don’t just walk up to a girl and ask what she’s drinking without saying anything else! That won’t get you very far, except perhaps out the door. Just go up to her and say “hi,” then wait for a response. If she says “hi” back then, the conversation begins!
Compliment Her Appearance (If You Want To)
This is where most guys go wrong. They try to compliment her appearance, but they do it clumsily, and she doesn’t believe them anyway. Here’s how you can avoid this situation by telling her something about her appearance that will impress her.
Start A Conversation With Her
Here are ways to start a conversation with her.
Don’t immediately talk about yourself. Girls are tired of hearing about how great you think you are, and they don’t want to know where you went to school or what your job is (at least not yet!). You need to get her interested in talking to you, so it’s their time that she gets the chance to ask you questions and get to know you.
The best way to do that is by asking her about herself, and the easiest way to do that is by asking open-ended questions. Open-ended questions are ones where she can’t just give a yes or no answer; they usually begin with words like “what,” how,” and “why.”
Here are some examples:
What do you do?
Why did you decide to come to this party?
How does your friend know the host of the party?
Open-ended questions force her to give a real answer, and they also open opportunities for further conversation. If she replies, “oh, I’m a student,” then you can ask her, “what are you studying?” If she says that her friend knows the host, you can ask, “oh, do you know him too?”
Remember to listen carefully to what she says. It’s an opportunity for you to learn more about who the girl is and what she’s interested in.
Please, Please Don’t Talk About Yourself Right Away
It’s a huge turn-off for women. You need to allow her to ask you questions and get to know you first. If she doesn’t, then, it probably means that she’s not interested in you as a person, and all your future interactions with her will be painful and awkward.
Know What To Say To A Girl At Parties
Here are some tips on how to talk to girls at parties:
Don’t attempt to dance with her. This is sometimes difficult for guys, especially if the girl is dressed up and looking for a good time. However, you have no idea who she’s here with or how long it will take until they come back to get her. It might be best to say, “do you want another drink?” instead of putting yourself at risk.
Please, Please Don’t Be Too Aggressive
Some guys go wrong by being too aggressive when talking to a girl they like. If you’re saying every other sentence, “let’s get out of here” or “just give me your number already,” then she’s probably not going to be interested in giving it to you. You need to give her the chance to get to know you, and she won’t do that if you’re too pushy.
Don’t forget about body language. How you say, something isn’t always as important as what you say. If your voice sounds nervous or shaky, it will be harder for her to believe everything you’re saying. Make sure to stand up straight and look her in the eyes when you talk, even if she’s really short or much older than you. If she looks away from you while you’re talking, then it means that either what you said wasn’t interesting enough to hold her attention, or she doesn’t believe a word of it in the first place.
Keep The Conversation Going With Her
Tip 1: Use Conversation Topics
If you’re looking for conversation topics, then here are a few that lots of people enjoy:
Talking about the event. If it’s your friend’s party, then ask her if she knows him, what she thought of his choice of music or whether or not he always has this many people at his parties. Don’t make any rude comments about the event or its guests, though.
Talking about your relationship with the host. If you’re at a studio party, then ask her how she knows the host, if she had to pay an entrance fee or whether he’s always this busy on a Tuesday. Don’t complain about being broke or bored, even if you are.
Talking about yourselves. This is the most important part. If she allows you to ask questions, then take it. Otherwise, you won’t have much of a chance to get through her pretty little head at all.
Don’t talk about politics or religion! It never ends well. Better yet, don’t talk about things that divide people into groups at all.
Tip 2: Be True To Yourself
You don’t want to drone on about your opinions for the rest of the night. The best way to make sure that you stay interesting is to speak only when it’s really important, and even then, leave some parts out. For example, if she asks you where you see yourself in five years, don’t say “dead” or “in prison.” If she asks you your favorite brand, don’t say that you haven’t got one.
Tip 3: Be Yourself
You’re trying to make a good impression with this person, not impress her friends with how cool and interesting you are. This means that it’s okay to be a little square, as long as it’s not so square that you’re an idiot. You don’t want to complain about your job or what happened at school today, and you should cut down on the sarcasm if she doesn’t seem to be getting it.
Get Her Talking About Herself
You want her to talk about herself, but not in a way that makes it obvious. For example, if she asks you what your favorite movie is, then don’t say “Terminator.” You can make her talk about herself instead:
Did you grow up here? How would you compare this neighborhood to where you grew up? What do they have there that we don’t have here? What do you think of tonight’s party? Is this the sort of thing that you usually go to, or would you rather be somewhere else?
Don’t Ask Her A Bunch Of Personal Questions That You Already Know The Answers To
If she mentions a band, don’t ask her what their favorite song is. Do not ask her if she’s always been that way if she’s short. If you can’t think of anything else to say, then finish the conversation gracefully with something like, “I’m sorry, I’ve got to go get another drink.” Then smile and walk away. It would also help you limit the amount of information given out by asking closed questions. For example, if you ask, “Do you like rap music?” it is more likely that she will answer yes than if you asked, “What kind of music do you listen to?”
It’s important to know what you’re talking about. To be successful, it will take work and dedication on your part. For example, if she brings up her job or education, you should have a few anecdotes ready that highlight how relevant they are in the conversation. The more effort put into this process, the better these tips will turn out for you!