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  1. #1
    Biazza Guest

    Default Changing her name... to pick her up

    I stumbled on this by accident. I was in a restaurant and the waitress, HB8, came and did the usual routine of asking what we needed to drink. I looked at her name tag and said something like Jess, short for Jessica. I told her she didn't look like a Jessica, but an Amber. She acted amazed by this, but 'accepted' the new name without much ado. She really became playful fairly quick. It was almost as if the name change, became a costume or mask where it freed her to behave without social constrictions that she normally carry as herself.

    I tried this technique a few times with good results. The usual responses are:

    --oh really...where I explain, haven't seen someone who matches their name or doesn't...from there it natually proceeds
    --they try to give me a name...which means game is on and the conversation becomes real playful and sexual
    --surprised...because they know a friend or girl with that name and assume those characteristics


    I think this is great opener for hot women or women that are busy working such as a waitress, cashier, etc... The act of renaming them might subtly say to them that they are ordinary, negging them subtly. It may also serve to disconnect herself from all the social mores she has, since she know has an alias.

    I posted this to get your opinions and to refine it. Also to see how well it works, I don't have a problem carrying a conversation, so I wonder is my communication skills that make work or is a solid technique to use.

    ---Biazza

  2. #2
    LondonPaladin Guest

    Default Re: Changing her name... to pick her up

    Girls love when you give them nicknames or different names. It's fun and cute. A good way to be different.

  3. #3
    royalflash Guest

    Default Re: Changing her name... to pick her up

    It's okay to use give nicknames to women. Most of them find it funny and very creative. Also, if you paid attention to their name and give them another interesting nickname, they seem to think that you are interested on them.

  4. #4
    bloodDiamond Guest

    Default Re: Changing her name... to pick her up

    Giving nicknames may keep the game interesting and exciting. She may take it positively and have fun on it. I would accompany some flirting when giving nicknames to women that I'm interested with. Great openers would count a lot on giving nicknames and how women respond to it.

  5. #5
    smoothcriminal Guest

    Default Re: Changing her name... to pick her up

    Using or replacing nicknames in picking up women could be fun. Accompanied by a little bit of creativity, surely, it will make the girl more receptive to the game.

  6. #6
    Pinai Guest

    Default Re: Changing her name... to pick her up

    I think this works because women don't always like being called something generic (baby, sweetie) because we know guys do that so they won't have them slips of the tongue that gets them in trouble.

  7. #7
    royalflash Guest

    Default Re: Changing her name... to pick her up

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinai View Post
    I think this works because women don't always like being called something generic (baby, sweetie) because we know guys do that so they won't have them slips of the tongue that gets them in trouble.
    That's one thing I'm puzzled about. When girls are called baby or sweetie by strangers(guys, why would they act negatively? So it is preferred to give nicknames or replacing names than calling such names?

  8. #8
    bloodDiamond Guest

    Default Re: Changing her name... to pick her up

    Quote Originally Posted by royalflash View Post
    That's one thing I'm puzzled about. When girls are called baby or sweetie by strangers(guys, why would they act negatively? So it is preferred to give nicknames or replacing names than calling such names?
    I think calling them "babY or "sweetie" annoys them, especially when strangers call them such. Maybe for them, it involves some sexual connotation. I would prefer giving them nicknames than calling them baby or sweetie.


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