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    Niko_Stylez is offline PUA in Training
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    Default Where can I go from here?

    I messaged a random HB7 a few days ago just messing around and got a response. Now, I didn't really try to go anywhere - I was just messing around trying some openers.

    Here is the "conversation":

    Me: You're adorable - that is all.

    HB7: Who is this

    Me: I'm Niko. We don know each other.. I saw you on someone else's page and had to let you know what I think

    [the above message should have said "we don't know each other" but I made a typo]

    HB7: lol alrght

    and that is all. It's been 3-4 days since this happened and was going to try to initiate a conversation.

    I'm scanning through the openers section at the moment trying to work something up.

    Any tips/suggestions are greatly appreciated!

    Thanks

    -Niko

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    Default Re: Where can I go from here?

    Well that is certainly a creepy way to open on a lady...

    Keep in mind that Facebook is way different from a public interaction or a dating website. Most women on the Facebook chat do not take lightly to an oncoming creeper or guy trying to get at them.

    You have to open at them lightly with familiarity and then build from there. If you do have mutual friends, use them. If you are in the same area, such as a school or business, lie to her and ask if she was doing a particular activity and build off of it. If you need some ideas, do some more creeping on her likes and posts, since you made it clear you were already doing that (Note: I am messing around with you, don't take it harshly)
    "There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X

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    SconnieJ is offline PUA in Training
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    Default Re: Where can I go from here?

    Absolutely, you need to know more about her interests to build a conversation that will make her comfortable talking to you. You certainly can get there, but be careful.

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    Niko_Stylez is offline PUA in Training
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    Default Re: Where can I go from here?

    Thanks for the input, guys. She's a younger one - probably 18-20 and I wanted to try a bunch of facebook openers - some weren't very good.

    I'm gonna try to start over with another opener in a day or two and go from there.

    I'm doing this more for the experience - if something happens cool but if I'm rejected it doesn't matter as long as I learn something from it.

    Thanks again!


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