Hi guys this is Gabriella Ryan from kamalifestyles.com. Today, I am going to talk about approaching a girl in a club. Gents I know it is challenging and the club environment is quite laud. Anyway, for some it is still daunting for them to approach a girl in the club.
Some men end up taking pints to gather courage to approach girls. What a disappointment! Gents if you get drunk and rely on drink to approach all you are going to get a cold shoulder.
I know that for sure I do not respond to a drunk guy… I also know many of my friends ignore drunk guys in the clubs. This is very blunt but don’t get drunk. Instead be confident and drink moderately I am not saying don’t drink but know your limits.
It is very attractive to talk to a guy who can be able to hold conversation confidently… From a female perspective I find it really attractive… it is the indication of a high status male…Have you ever seen Barrack Obama drunk or Brad Pitt?
Gents believe you can enjoy the night by drinking less… Even though you are slightly tipsy, please know your limits. It is for your own interest to be careful of what you talk about and telegraph this high status.
Gabriella Ryan is Kamalifestyles youtube presenter and she regularly publishes videos on different dating topics on KamaTV. She also takes part in infield training’s by helping our dating coaches.
She brings the female perspective and gives honest feedback to the clients in relation to what women think in certain situations. Our clients say “her honest feedback into the female mind is very good and shockingly interesting”.
Hope you enjoy!
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