I dont know how loud music are in night clubs wherever the rest of you all live, but here in Norway its usually so loud you need to scream at the top of your lungs to get a word through unless youre bending in to shout in someones ear, which can often be a sticking point trying to pick someone up since you either get misinterpretet or need to repeat for a few times, and that kinda kills the moment for me and most likely the girl.
But then again, maybe im using the loud music as a crutch because I am still to fresh out of the box to be overly confident just walking up to a chick and serving her an opener.
Which kinda brings me to the second topic, cold approach on a set out.
Over here, if you just sit down with a group of people you dont know its kinda considered rude and you will come off as a weirdo, even if you have a great opener.. Norwegians are a closed off people in my experience.
But then again, maybe I just need to not give a shit what they say about me and keep opening sets.
Keep in mind, Norway is a small country. 4,5 million ppl in total or something like that, and the town I live in has about 160.000 people in it, whereas most of them are either below 20 or above 30.
Any one else in the same situation as me and able to give some advice ? Or even better, a motivational "Stop beeing and AFC and get out there".