I went to a bar that is not one of the biggest in town... in fact it's one of the smaller ones....

There was not much to do, not many girls there...

I, by chance, sat next to these two girls because I "stole" their seat when they went outside....

I couldn't think of anything to say, as usual.... but finally came with....

"Can you believe they're kicking me out for drinking water?"

Them: "That's strange."

After a few minutes of not talking to them, I came back with....

"Are you guys from here?" They were...

"What do you do for a living" The one girl was a senior care giver....

I asked her how much she made and if it was over $100k/year....

She said that was kind of a rude question, but then seemed more interested in talking to me... kind of like the thing where you don't have to worry about offending people and if you do "accidentally" offend, then that might be a good thing because it sets you apart.... I couldn't think of anything to progress the conversation....

Later, the better looking of the two was by herself as they were about to leave.... I asked her how long they had known each other, then asked why they were such good friends.... and she said "she gets me,".... I then asked if they had ever kissed and she said "no," and I think I crossed the line with that one...

It struck me that you have to be combative, but not to the point where they think you might harm them....

What do you think?

How could I have made this go better?