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  1. #11
    bloodDiamond Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    When a girl gives out a compliment to you, it only mean one thing, an attraction has developed between the two of you. If so, show your gratitude, flirt a little and put your head onto the game.

  2. #12
    HotRod Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    It's really obvious that she likes you. She may seem to be nice by giving you a compliment but it won't stay out from the fact that she has a vibe in you. Just maintain the attraction and try to bring it to a higher level.

  3. #13
    TopGuy Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    When you give a compliment to a person, it means that you admire her or like something on her. I would want to say that giving a compliment to a girl you want to pick up is just like flirting, or should I say the two goes well together.

  4. #14
    Mystery_wannabe Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    haha, what if 2 girls compliment your jacket at the same time? Would you still be able to use HighTower's move?

  5. #15
    Bare_Legs Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    Oh... and it could be a girl's way of teasing you about the possibility of you being gay But really, just say Thanks

    One other thing, though High Tower's reply of also acknowledging the girl's fashion sense is okay, we'd rather we didn't have to compliment you first before you acknowledge the effort we've made in the looks department. Plus, unless you're really suave about it, you might just sound as if you're paying back the compliment we gave you. So if you are going to compliment a girl, say it first, or say it last... like, "Btw, before you go, just wanted to say you're totally rocking in your getup"

    oh and yeah, am a chick!!!
    Last edited by Bare_Legs; 12-24-2009 at 12:03 AM.

  6. #16
    smoothcriminal Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    If she gives you compliment, it is very obvious that she likes you. If this happens, it is a signal that you go deeper with your moves. Try mo get intimate, get closer to her and make her attracted to you.

  7. #17
    culturedpearls Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    Say "Thanks. I sure hope you were undressing me in your mind when you said that."

    Haha.

  8. #18
    royalflash Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    Quote Originally Posted by culturedpearls View Post
    Say "Thanks. I sure hope you were undressing me in your mind when you said that."

    Haha.
    Nice one culturedpearls. You can add a little bit of flirting when showing your gratitude. It maybe be fun and could lead you to a more exciting action.Lol!

  9. #19
    HotRod Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    Interesting idea. I' should try that one.. hehehe. I often give compliments to girls with a little bit of flirting. It really works.

  10. #20
    Kheaven Guest

    Default Re: women compliment clothing

    I advice you to just do this.

    -HB: "That's a cool jacket"
    -PUA: (with direct eye contact, nonchalantly, but appreciatively) "Thank you"

    *There's no need to neg or anything
    -Just simply saying thank you with direct eye contact because if you thank her and look away, you look like an asshole, but just by saying "Thank You" with direct eye contact will simply show that you have accepted her compliment.


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