Approaching girls on Singapore streets [Daygame set #3]: – The friendly indonesian fashion student

2 Jul

Confident girls seem a lot friendlier in Daygame. This approach excellent because we had a great two-way conversation

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Pre-Approach Assessment of DayGame Set

DayGame Location: In a neighborhood shopping mall beside an MRT

Girl details: The girl was alone, and she was constantly on the phone  (texting), she looked like she was waiting for someone because she walked soooo slowly. She looked about 20.

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Miss Indonesia --- Ok, fine. She didn't look THAT good.

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DayGame Dialogue – (Prominent Areas)

*Girl enters mall really slowly*

*I chase up with her really quickly — literally running into the mall* (When you feel like approaching, just GO for it – thinking too much will only make you feel like chickening out)

*I tapped her arm from the back*

Phronesis: Hi! *big smile* I saw you walking from outside the mall in here, and i thought you looked kinda cute. So i came over to talk to you… to see what kind of person you were.

*girl giggles*

girl: oh okay *smiles*

Phronesis: Hmm, are you don’t sound like you’re Singaporean (At this point I didn’t know what to say, so i made a statement — Figured that making statements when your mind is blank can really save you, as you sound a lot less like an interviewer)

girl: oh no, i’m not Singapore, but i’ve lived here for more than 10years!

(I noticed that we were in the way of people of walking into the mall – so i thought i’d move her to a random alley nearby that was empty)

Phronesis: hey, let’s move over here for a bit, we’re like blocking the way

girl: oh okay! *smiles*

*girl willingly complies and moves along* (you don’t have to ask her “hey, should we move over there?” – just tell her to move, and move YOURSELF, if your intentions are firm and confident, she WILL follow)

*We had a normal conversation from here, it was really comfortable and absolutely natural — i asked her about her where she schooled, her family that was overseas, and i shared with her about my school as well as my freelance work. It ended with a very natural number close & we agreed to meet for coffee*

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Post-Approach Analysis of DayGame Set:

  • This girl was quite confident, and at times rather witty — i’m beginning to think that Daygame works better on girls / women who are used to being spoken to, and have rather developed social skills.
  • She was genuinely interested in knowing more about me when i spoke to her, it really helped the situation
  • THE FUNNY THING WAS THAT WHEN I LEFT THE MALL AND HUNG OUT WITH MY FRIENDS, I SAW HER WALKING OUT HAND IN HAND WITH ANOTHER GUY (so i guess, even attached girls love being complimented and spoken to)

Things I will do to improve future DayGame sets:

  • Although I think the set went really well, i think i could have gone for an instant date. It never did cross my mind, but i’ll try it and report back here 😉

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– Phronesis

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facebook.com/phronesis.singapore

phronesis.singapore@gmail.com

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3 Responses to “Approaching girls on Singapore streets [Daygame set #3]: – The friendly indonesian fashion student”

  1. Vincent Ignatius July 6, 2010 at 9:21 pm #

    Coffee is a sure way not to get physical. Go for drinks instead. If a girl insists on coffee, delete her number.

    • Phronesis (Singapore) October 31, 2010 at 11:13 pm #

      Hi Vincent, just wanted to say hi.
      I’m back. Haha

      • macthedon May 8, 2011 at 11:25 pm #

        Hi nice one..welll u have an advantage in singapore and other asian countries that u are white..u know that no offense..also is it ok to approach a girl from behind when she is walking away?
        but it takes a lot to just go and approach a girl..i try using the day game and it works sometimes.. but mostly i get blown off but its just practice and I like it :))

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