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    DrManhattan is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Customer Game?

    So I'm not in college right now and I don't really go out on weekends(I do plan on changing that)I spend most my time at my job (Victoria's Secret)And I was thinking I should hit on customers!or at least get conversations going. One of my biggest sticking points is not knowing what to say and it seems like good practice. I usually help them find what they need then just walk away, so yeah any advice on this. I'm thought of as an innocent nerd, and been employee of the month several times so I they won't get on my case or suspect me of flirting

    I want to be more talkative, and have fun things to say. Most of the time when I talk to coworkers I can be a Debbie Downer talking about how much the day sucks, and how I hate being there

    And I'd love to see the look on my friend's faces when I # close HA

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    one thing you can always rely on is the fact that without even knowing their name or anything, you can know something about their interests. This may not be as good for Victoria Secret, but i work at a craft store and use it to my advantage. You can always throw out a playful neg based on what they are buying to open them.

    for example the other day a girl came to my register on Friday, and she was buying scrap booking stuff, i very playfully, with a smile said "Friday night scrap booking, huh? Not really my ideal party night but that's cool if its yours" within this I dhv'd a little as someone who has good plans for the weekend, and negged her playfully, she responded well and i talked to her a little bit and got her number

    for you considering your ringing up probably stuff like underwear, it can be a little to racy/ borderline creepy sometimes to use something like this commenting on their underwear, but i know they sell other stuff there. For example yoga pants or that gym stuff they sell, you can make an open ended inference to catch her attention, like "you must be one of those crazy gym heads going to yoga 5 few times a week" or something (better) than that. Slightly a neg, but delivered playfully, and it's an interaction that is better than just saying have a nice day. basically play around with it, the customer is just expecting you to ring up their products without a smile and forget about it when they leave, so saying something that is out of the ordinary and playful with confidence will definitely catch their attention and hopefully interest also


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