Dating a parsi
Women, if you sense someone checking you out, try to get a better look on the sly to see if you might be interested so you don’t exchange glances with someone you’d rather not.
Once eye contact has been made, don’t hold their gaze for too long, not that first one.
You’ll both gain more confidence with some smiles and exchanging some friendly chatter.
French men can be extremely admirative; don’t be afraid of this, but remember to take their words with some caution.
Like the staring mentioned above, giving too many odes of right off the bat can seem really superficial or too keen.
On the other hand, you can tell her that you’d really been wanting to talk to her since you saw her, that is sexy.
Look away and then wait a few minutes and try to catch her eyes again.
By looking away you’ll have captured her interest and launched the game of seduction.
I’d read once that the French don’t pick up in bars, from my experience this is far from the reality, however, it’s probably true that French women might be a little cooler and harder to crack which has led to this theory.
However, if she meets your gaze a second time, and keeps it for a second, even without the smile, there’s definite potential.
She could be playing a bit coy, she may even teasingly ignore you for a little while, which gives you time to plan your next move.
Perhaps it’s also the word “date,” it is true that the French don’t date in the traditional sense of the English word, nevertheless, they do play the game of seduction and the tried and tested approach below can lead to scoring new phone numbers.
Note, this is guide is less for clubs as, well, after a certain early morning hour, pick-ups happen more readily than meeting a someone with dating potential.
I’ve been surprisingly accosted outside the bathroom on several occasions, both happy surprises by suitors I’d played a bit of cat and mouse with.