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To avoid entertaining nosy strangers, we recommend you use Richard La Ruina’s Stealth Seduction System to approach a girl under the radar and say, “Hey, fancy seeing you here! ” This will make it appear like you know the girl already so that the interaction is less like a cold approach.Following this, whisper in her ear how you didn’t want to arouse suspicion that you were trying to chat her up.

If you’re on a subway, it’s best you change carriage at the next stop if you want to avoid the humiliation.So then, what sporting activities are good for meeting girls?Other than yoga (already discussed), tennis and running are probably your best bets.If you’re not fortunate enough to be the proud owner of a dog, either become a dog walker or lend a helping hand to your mates by dog sitting when they’re off on holiday. I’ve been hankering after a couple of pugs for a long time. Ideally you want to meet a girl with similar interests to you, however you’re unlikely to pickup many girls playing rugby. Personally I think the gym is a terrible place to get your chat on. A lot of people listen to music through their earphones so any attempt to chat a girl up is a bit of a hassle.And don’t think parks are the only place to meet women, take your dog everywhere! As soon as I free up enough time I’ll be taking my little rascals under my wing everywhere I go. Plus, I can’t imagine a sweaty guy with a dumbbell in one hand and phone in the other is the best way to number close.Why not have a Wingman there by your side, every step of the way?

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When it comes to walks in the park, dogs are the ultimate wingman.

Providing you don’t own a Pit Bull or Rottweiler, you’ll get a lot of attention from the girls.

However it’s safe to say this is not for the faint hearted…

The subways, buses and trains are jam packed with the opposite sex.

Yoga is considered a spiritual and therapeutic activity, the last thing any girl wants is some irritating bloke in her ear distracting her from the peace and tranquillity of the session at hand.