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You’ve just met the coolest guy.
He’s cute. He’s funny.
The two of you just had a great conversation and you can feel the tingle of excitement from that initial first moment of chemistry.
You want to get to know him better, but your friends are telling you it’s time to leave.
How do you get his number??
Quick! He’s leaving!
This is an all-too-common situation, and I don’t know about you, but as far as I’m concerned it’s one of those little daily tragedies that people are constantly losing potentially amazing partners simply because they don’t know the best technique for getting a guy’s phone number.
If you’re sick of losing great opportunities with guys for this reason, make sure you watch this video
See, most women in this area think they are powerless to make a move.
They hear their friends say: “If he really likes you, he’ll ask for your phone number”.
Then they wait…and wait…and nothing happens.
Isn’t there an easier solution? A way you can take action, but still be elegant, classy, and have him chase you at the same time?
In this week’s blog video, I show you 4 powerful ways to get a guy’s phone number so that you never have to feel stuck in this powerless position again.
Use these simple, easy-to-follow techniques and you’ll never have to worry that when you meet a great guy you won’t know how to take it to a first date.
Links at the end:
Learn how to talk to Men in any situation: http://www.gettheguy.co.uk/thescripts/vsl/
2 Tricks For Approaching Any Guy - https://youtu.be/O8dZEZGBIEo
Several times since I have been out young men have started high fiving me, to hit on me? is this a new thing? i was in a relationship for awhile so I think I forgot how the world works. I miss when men would just come over and talk to you. Some nice conversation. It's either staring at me for ages or high fiving me. I get that it's hard to go up to someone as I struggle to do that. But I'm not scary XD
🙄🙄🙄Typical male pussy wussy bullshit!!! ‘ *YOU* (the woman get the blame) didn’t make it easy, and he’s awkward...’ yet if we outright ask for a guy number we appear desperate and he’s still feeling uncomfortable. My Goodness, use your dick and balls or cut the damn thing off!! Sheez!!!😒😒😒😒
Tip # 5: The one that works for me, it works better if you know him a little first, is that you pretend you lost your phone in that big purse we have. For me, I pretended I lost my phone in my car. I actually did lose it for less than a minute and then thought that this would be a good opportunity for the guy that's dragging his feet to get my number. I said "I lost my phone." He says, "I can call it so you can find it" :D ! He did. I found my phone. That night, he called me. I remember thinking, geez, so he was interested, but he didn't make a single move. If he doesn't call, it might mean that he isn't interested.
A guy here and honestly the best lesson I keep hearing underlying the advice he gives is to be a decent woman (or man). It's a beautiful thing to genuinely care about an utter stranger. Very wise perspective and I appreciate the videos!
Ok...I talked to him for the 1st time like 3 days ago. Now I'm going to try to get his number...I'm so nervous. THERE SHOULD BE A GUIDE FOR INTROVERTS!!!
Update: I just watched the entire video none of these situations works for me.
So there's this super cute waiter at the local coffee shop I go to weekly. I'm shy, and I know he is too. I don't know how to small talk very well and can't seem to get past the formalities. I don't know how to go about this. Do any of you have any tips without me looking pathetic or desperate? Thanks a mil,I'm crazy attracted to him
Jess F Not sure if you still need this suggestion, but you could write a note with a message asking him out for a beverage/dessert casual date, with your phone number for him to text you if he is interested. Give the note to him when you are about to leave so you minimise the timeframe of you feeling awkward.
I am a rather shy guy and I understand your situation, but that’s what I plan to do the next time I see the waitress I am attracted to.
My message would go something like “Hey I think you are cute but I figured I would be too nervous if I were to ask directly and I didn’t want to put you in a spot while you are working. Would you be interested in a coffee date with me? Drop me a text if you are! -name, phone number”
Leaving a note while they are working is a good idea as you won’t throw them off their thought flow during work, as opposed to asking them directly, since they may need the time to consider and make a decision too. It should also prevent you from stumbling on getting your message across, since you are shy!
Keep me updated with your story if you do go through with this! If you hesitate in passing the note to him, just take a deep breath and calm your mind!
Ask yourself - what’s the worse that could happen?
I have approached guys in all sorts of places.Once while I was looking for a new pad I asked a really hot estate agent out in his offices.
Couldn't find a way to get him away from his colleagues"Excuse me.Can I ask you something.Are you available?"He politely explained he had a girlfriend.All his co-workers stopped & stared at me it went very quiet.He then said "If you don't ask you don't get" smiling.I smiled back blushing saying "exactly".He was very sweet & helped me in an awkward situation & I respected him for this.Lucky girlfriend.Glad I had the balls.Think people's fear of rejection holds them back.Be confident ladies!
Hi Mathew most of your videos which i have been following since a long time happen to cater to women who are extrovert and extremely confident thus your tips n tricks become easier for them can you suggest something for someone simple yet introvert (shy)
Jesus Christ, does all this guy do is teach girls how to play fucking games with men? Just be a fucking adult and tell him what you think. If he runs away that's his problem and you find out what kind of guy he is right away. No time wasted.
I'm skittish about giving encouragement to men, as I'm a REALLY slow operator and tend to bolt when pressured. However, I've found a way that works for me: One time when I was queuing for my coat on the way out of a bar, this adorable Spanish chap locked eyes with me and we had a brief, interested chat. I said I'd be here again next week if he wanted to chat more. No numbers exchanged, no pressure. He did turn up, and we became good friends until he returned to Spain a few weeks later. I would definitely do this again, to say 'Hey, I'll be at so-and-so event if you want to catch up'.
On the other hand, I have often played 'hostess' in bars, brazenly going up and asking men my friends like the look of to come and chat to them. That has been highly amusing, and actually very successful.
Love the tips, but they are culturally conditioned. Getting to a place and saying "hi, how is it going" to a complete stranger in Europe (e.g. Germany or Spain) is completely unrealistic, especially as a female, sorry. Maybe a culturally sensitive comparison of how to approach a guy in different countries would be good content for a video?
I have watched almost all of your videos, but I still have questions! What do you do if a guy thinks you might have a boyfriend? And what do you do if these 4 ways of exchanging contact info won't work? Allow me to break it down further.
I recently began attending group dance classes. A guy that I have been on a few dates with (let's call him "Matthew") comes as well. He shows up late, leaves early, and doesn't pay for my class fee. Still, he treats it like a standing date with me and monopolizes my time when I am there/is physically demonstrative.
In walks this other guy, who is gorgeous. (Let's call him "Jamison.") I didn't pay much attention to him at first, but once I danced with him (we are required to rotate partners) I found out that he was funny, charming, charismatic, and sexy. As time goes on, I think there's a connection there on both sides, though he doesn't show undue assertiveness. We get jokingly chastised by the teacher for laughing too much & having too much fun when we dance, he gives me hugs, etc. I've tried as many of your moves as I can. I've said "maybe we shouldn't dance together, we're too much trouble when we do." I pay him some attention/show some interest, but then don't stick right by his side so that he doesn't feel trapped. I keep in mind that I barely know him, and I progress my life/love interests in other areas. I would love to just eliminate him if he's not a good fit, but conversation has not progressed to the point where I could casually ask "Do you have a girlfriend?" I assume not as he does not bring a girl to class. I can't figure out how to tell him that "Matthew" is not my boyfriend in a classy and not random way. He watches me a bit but also does not take every opportunity to pursue me, and even though "Matthew" leaves class early, other guys show aggressive interest and "cock block" me with "Jamison."
I requested to be friends with "Jamison" on Facebook, and he accepted. That's ballsy to the point of discomfort for me. I could go further by handing him my number in class, messaging him on Facebook, or going to another dance class I know he goes to, with the added bonus that "Matthew" would not be there. However since I initiated the Facebook friends, I'm not sure I should do anything further. The only thing I think I SHOULD do is somehow make it clear that I'm not taken by "Matthew."
OKAY OKAY! I meet guys majority through my job (my job is at rite aid, I'm a cashier... hence! I meet the cuties... they become regular customers and I want them😐)because that's where I am 94% of my time. So there're are two targets I'm currently after. A new blonde hotty that I have eye flirted with twice. And another blondie that I eye flirt with mega hard who I know is into me... Now see how tf do I offer or get a number exchange in Walgreens like settings 🙄
Last week I was at a bar and I was a little tipsy and there was this gorgeous guy that had been looking at me for a while. As my friends and I were leaving I decided to go up to him and say "hey, we're leaving right now but I couldn't leave without telling you that you're really cute". I honestly was just expecting a "hahaha thanks" or something but he begged me to stay and asked where we were going afterwards and I was like :o
I didn't want to be that person that stays because of one person so I just ended up leaving but if I had known these tips I would be talking to him rn SIKE.
Something that I like to do when I'm with other people and want someone's details is to stop them and ask if they can take a picture of my friends and I for Snapchat/ Instagram
Then go onto say thank you and ask if they have snapchat/ Instagram. The good thing about this is that it works in clubs or even on the street giving you an excuse to stop someone
If I'm feeling ballsy in a club dancing with a guy I'll make a remark like "I think we look good, let's get a picture" get a picture with him then say "what's your Facebook so that I can send it to you?"
(This also works really well at comic con with cute boys in cosplay)
So I did the one Matt suggested, where you tell him something is behind him, he turns around, and you put the napkin with your number in his back pocket.. it was SO awkward!! because he turned the wrong way so that he could still see me and I had to maneuver around him AND he could feel me slip it in!!! Why did he advise us to try that one?!
I'm a check out lady who is single and a guy keeps coming in the store and he's cute and I seeing him looking at me often but I don't know his name even or if he's single we have chatted and seem to really like each other but I don't know how to ask for his number or even if his single thanks Sharon x
Try living in Germany where it's like playing the dating game on highest difficulty because we don't usually just start talking to random strangers. Even at a bar it's kinda rare, we usually stay at our tables. Same goes for all other places.
I did the venue exchange. I did get his number. We were sharing a room in the hostel to be very exact. It's pretty funny because it looks like he has things to say yet kind of shy away from it. Nice guy, just that too bad we are so far away from one another..but good thing about it, I've made another friend. Good tips you've got down there, Matt.
What about if I'm dancing with a guy at a club but then later he tells me he has to leave but doesn't ask for my number? Should I suggest we exchange numbers then?
This happened to me last week and I froze and did nothing and just let him leave, so now I'm kicking myself because I really liked him and all I have is his first name!! :(
Matthew, YT fam...do you know what just happened though?! He JUST gave me his number...HAPPILY! And refused to leave without mine! Do you know how long I've been crushing on that delicious smooth-whipped Godiva chocolate and this is all I had to do?!....oooo such eye candy AND I GOT HIS NUMBER! Ladies, y'all better listen to this man!
Hey laidies, I am a man watching this to get a perspective on what the dating info women get is. I am young but not inexperienced, was just wondering what shifts in what women look for during the pick up stages from a high school setting to an adult one.
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Matt you resemble my bf.. not only your face.. your height and your muscles ... even your body language.. that is why my eyes fill with tears when i watch your videos.. as we are not together any more..
Matthew is right, there's many guys that WON'T ask for your number cause us guys are getting labeled "players" too much for asking for a girls number the first time we are around her. I'm one of those guys, if you talk to me, I'm NOT going to ask for your number, I have to signs of interest and I figure if you like me enough, you will suggest it, if not I'm walking away politely.
Stevie C: I think it's more about sending out clear 'Receptive' signals. That said, I find the signals need to be enunciated very well. Perhaps you could practise observing nice things about men and telling them, in your daily life. Start with elderly shopkeepers...
Wow!!! Thats enlightening. I almost never get picked up on when I'm out but I find men staring at me a lot. I'm shy and a little old fashioned and have a SUPER hard time chasing men. I'm not sure I will ever get over that. Even with online dating I get likes every day but I feel if they guy really does like me, I'll stand out and he will want to message. Maybe I'm wrong. Women are supposed to be the pursuor now?
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