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  1. #11
    BadMedicine Guest

    Default Re: How to approach women from different countries

    different cultures, religions, family structure AND STATUS, and languages can all be difficult barriers and something to be cognisent of, however...

    FRAME
    and

    Fun playful energy/vibe with congruence..

    You want to be a certain way, plan and escalate, and keep your frame. rather than making it a long sordid terrible relation, try to be the fast happy go lucky american. and try to make her appeal to that too..

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    Raven Guest

    Default Re: How to approach women from different countries

    One thing I learned recently about foreign girls is that they have a CONCEPTION of the American man. In Japan, American men are portrayed as confident to the point of arrogance, tall, strong, powerful, and ruthless. You want to play on the positive aspects of that conception, while downplaying the negatives. If you know how a certain country perceives Americans, use it to your advantage. One last thing: If you are just really bold in approaching girls in a foreign country, they will likely attribute it to the fact that you're an American, and will be interested in what you are saying because you are American. You can take advantage of the fact that they probably do not fully understand American culture.

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    Default Re: How to approach women from different countries

    I my self think that this is a good way to get rid of Approach Anxiety. I my self have been here in italy for about 3 years. When i first go here I use to approach on an average 20 women a day. Most italians don't speak english so its not like if your in america and she is gonna do you in if you approach her wrong. I also think that if you are able to kiss close the first day of meeting a women that does not speak your language very well that it improves your game for the simple fact you must hone on your other skills like body momment and hand signals. Just a thought you guys should try
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    Excellent point Romero on the Approach Anxiety thing. I was thinking the same thing, and my brother and I are considering traveling next year, so if I am single I will likely put that idea into action. I think dudes in America with foreign accents have an edge, I've seen it in action, so I imagine I would have that edge in, say, Spain.

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    Default Re: How to approach women from different countries

    Ok well spain is a good idea to try but i would highly suggest that you go to a country where english is very uncommon. I have been to almost every country in europe and italy is by far the worst that i have seen so far.

  6. #16
    Raven Guest

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    I just thought Spain because I'm learning Spanish. I'll be in Rome sometime in March, so there's a shot for me to try Italy out, lol.


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