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    Exclamation My Biggest Sticking Point (Isolation)

    OK guys, so I tend to use a similar method to the Mystery Method. Problem is that once I establish enough of a connection and want to attempt to isolate, I get stuck trying to suggest it. I haven't tried to yet because i freeze up and know if I try without being confident I'll blow the set. So, any ideas on how to overcome this, or any good ideas for lines to use or whatever?

    In preparation for rejection I have come up with saying "Oh, I thought you were more adventurous than this, how boring" and continue to engage the rest of the group or just leave. What do you guys reckon, good or bad line to use?

    I would appreciate any input.

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    Default Re: My Biggest Sticking Point (Isolation)

    Food for thought:

    I rarely ask girls anything. Instead, I tell.

    "Would you like to come home with me?" <-- No.

    ""Come home with me." <-- Yes.

    If she going to say no, she's going to say no whether you asked her or not. The alpha move of a statement highers your success rate.

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    Default Re: My Biggest Sticking Point (Isolation)

    Thanks man. Yeah, I know to tell more than ask. What I would say we're I able to gain the nerve to do so would be like "we're going to find somewhere quiet now" and lead her off somewhere else sort of thing. It's just overcoming the niggling in the back of my head. I'll get there, I'm pretty good at overcoming boundaries like this lol.

    Glad to know my rejection line is good though .

    Thanks for the help

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