How To Talk To A Girl In A Group | Method | Tricks

Talking to a girl individually can be difficult, but when you have an audience it can be really difficult. You can learn to approach a girl in a group more confidently and find things to talk about.

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Approach a girl in a group

1. Evaluate group dynamics.

 

Not all groups will be appropriate for the approach. Is it a group of girls who feel sorry for the separation of a group member? Are they talking about work or is a family member sick? Listen without seeming obvious to the signs.
If it’s a serious topic, it’s best not to talk to her. If you are happy, then it is probably safe to continue.

Be part of the group. The first part of talking to any group is mixing without making it too obvious. Look for a natural opening in a group or wait to hear something good, so as not to enter into a conversation. Make yourself seem part of the group without invading the group space.

It’s okay to jump as long as you do it nicely. Ask questions related to the topic. Say “I’m lost here, what we’re talking about. Give me the spoiler.”
Stay away from a group of people you don’t know and start staying and listening. It will be a major disturbing detour.

Stick. Listen to what the group is talking about and start contributing to everything they are talking about.

Use the topics the group talks about to your advantage.
Introduce yourself if necessary. If the group is talking about a recent movie, join the conversation and share your impressions.

2. Talk to the whole group of girls.

Don’t try to locate the girl you’re trying to talk to right away. Depending on the girl, she may be worried about offending her friends or feeling bad about not getting the same attention.
Start your parallel conversation. After starting the conversation about what the group is talking about, slowly move on to the conversation with the girl you want to talk to. Turn to her and look them in the eye. Direct the things you say, rather than the group.

Start making small, secondary comments that other people won’t be able to hear.

Keeping her interested in what you’re saying will distract her from the rest of the group and ultimately focus more on you.

Part 1 of 2:

Approach a girl in a group

Evaluate group dynamics.

Not all groups will be appropriate for the approach. Is it a group of girls who feel sorry for the separation of a group member? Are they talking about work or is a family member sick? Listen without seeming obvious to the signs.
If it’s a serious topic, it’s best not to talk to her. If you are happy, then it is probably safe to continue.
Be part of the group. The first part of talking to any group is mixing without making it too obvious. Look for a natural opening in a group or wait to hear something good, so as not to enter into a conversation. Make yourself seem part of the group without invading the group space.

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It’s okay to jump as long as you do it nicely. Ask questions related to the topic. Say “I’m lost here, what we’re talking about. Give me the spoiler.”
Stay away from a group of people you don’t know and start staying and listening. It will be a major disturbing detour.

Stick. Listen to what the group is talking about and start contributing to everything they are talking about. Use the topics the group talks about to your advantage.
Introduce yourself if necessary. If the group is talking about a recent movie, join the conversation and share your impressions.
Talk to the whole group of girls. Don’t try to locate the girl you’re trying to talk to right away. Depending on the girl, she may be worried about offending her friends or feeling bad about not getting the same attention.

3. Start your parallel conversation.

After starting the conversation about what the group is talking about, slowly move on to the conversation with the girl you want to talk to. Turn to her and look them in the eye. Direct the things you say, rather than the group.
Start making small, secondary comments that other people won’t be able to hear. Keeping her interested in what you’re saying will distract her from the rest of the group and ultimately focus more on you.

4. Keep talking.

Eventually, the group may leave them alone to talk, and it will be much easier to have an individual conversation in private. Ask her many questions and continue making eye contact so that she feels as if you are speaking specifically.
If they don’t go out, be sure to include the other members of your group in the conversation so they aren’t excluded. However, be sure to keep having fun with the conversation so that you also have the opportunity to talk to the girl while having fun. Most girls think it’s cool when men are nice to their friends.

✓ Disable if it doesn’t work.

Sometimes the best tactic is to chat for a while and then move elsewhere. Continue to make eye contact with the girl you were trying to talk to. This can be a great way to see if she’s interested in talking to you more. If he leaves the group and goes looking for you? Good sign.

If you never meet, wait for unity at the end of the night. When your group leaves, put it aside immediately and tell her that you enjoyed it. Tell her that you would like to meet her for a coffee or a drink sometimes.

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5. You know what to say

Ask more questions than you are talking about. What is this group interested in? What does he like? Are they like them? If this group could be a kind of dessert, what would it be? Just find fun and light things to talk about and see what interests you and the rest of the group. Here are some good group questions, if you are not familiar with the group:
How do they know each other?
How often do you all go out?
What are they all drinking? Who has the best?

6. Listen and continue.

The conversation is about finding the doors and opening them. Hear what they’re talking about and respond to the topic in a positive and friendly way with something of your own. If the group is making a film, ask what everyone thinks about it. If someone says “Bored”, say “Really? What movies do you like?” Keep the conversation flowing and positive, to show that you are an interesting person this girl should want to talk to.
Follow-up is the most important part of a conversation. Nobody knows how to talk to a stranger without listening to what he says and responding.
Continue to direct the group’s attention to the girl you want to talk to. If a group member gives you his opinion on a particular topic, talk to the girl you want to talk to and say “What do you say?” This is a great way to stop the conversation and also include it in it. Also indicate to everyone that you are interested in talking to her specifically.

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7. You know what to say

Ask more questions than you are talking about. What is this group interested in? What does he like? Are they like them? If this group could be a kind of dessert, what would it be? Just find fun and light things to talk about and see what interests you and the rest of the group. Here are some good group questions, if you are not familiar with the group:
How do they know each other?
How often do you all go out?
What are they all drinking? Who has the best?

8. Listen and continue.

The conversation is about finding the doors and opening them. Hear what they’re talking about and respond to the topic in a positive and friendly way with something of your own. If the group is making a film, ask what everyone thinks about it. If someone says “Bored”, say “Really? What movies do you like?” Keep the conversation flowing and positive, to show that you are an interesting person this girl should want to talk to.
Follow-up is the most important part of a conversation. Nobody knows how to talk to a stranger without listening to what he says and responding.
Continue to direct the group’s attention to the girl you want to talk to. If a group member gives you his opinion on a particular topic, talk to the girl you want to talk to and say “What do you say?” This is a great way to stop the conversation and also include it in it. Also indicate to everyone that you are interested in talking to her specifically.
Find something you have in common. If you know you are in a particular club, like a certain band, or are particularly interested in something, focus your conversation by asking them. Ask her how long she has been interested in that hobby, why she likes it, and let her find out more and see what you have in common.

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9. Tell her about you.

The conversation is give and take. If you talk only about her, it may feel like meddling. So after asking about her, think about something to do with what she says and then answer.
At the same time, don’t just talk about yourself. Self-absorption is a big deviation.

10. Be positive.

As you talk to a group, try to keep things light and positive. Encourage others in their opinions and laugh at their jokes. Don’t interrupt anyone or disagree with the group at first, until you’re sure of the dynamic.
Many pickup artist schemes recommend subtle insults as a way to attract a girl. While this has mixed results, it is always a terrible idea to try it in a group full of girls.

Small jokes can work well. But there is a difference between saying something derisive and flirtatious like “I can’t believe you hated Iron Man. Don’t you have a soul? Show me that you have a soul” and tell a girl that her perspective on controlling births is “infantile”. ”

11. Be yourself.

Don’t try to become someone else to get their attention or pretend you’re interested in things you don’t like. If you end up not having much in common, that’s fine. Go find other groups and other conversations.
Forget the lines. Start by introducing yourself and shaking hands with everyone else. Ask if you can sit with them. Talk to everyone equally and be genuinely interested in what they are saying. Here’s how a conversation with a group should start, not “Are those space pants?”

Don’t try to show off as part of a group. Jokes and tricks are more likely to make you have a drink in the face than an invitation to coffee.