Have YOU tried meeting someone in London?
This place is huge! I genuinely HATE being chatted up on a night out, and this brings me to the main topic of this post…. I would imagine that nearly all girls have had the same experience as me.
Now, if a guy is witty and charming and funny I might be able to get over the lack of height and the halitosis, but this has never happened. I also take issue with the unwritten rule that if a guy buys you a drink, then you owe him something a bit more than a few minutes of conversation.
Last year a girlfriend and I were in a bar in the City, and a group of guys who were there ended up buying our drinks for us. We were polite, said thank you, hung out with them for a while, then decided to take our leave from our new pals and go elsewhere in the multi-levelled venue. Apparently, this was a bad choice on our part.
Then there are the guys who seem to think that certain topics are acceptable when trying to woo a girl on a night out. One incident where a guy mentioned rohypnol within the first three minutes come to mind. Just steer clear of rohypnol OK? Of course, there are the rare times when we get chatted up by a guy that actually piques our interest, and there could be any of reasons why we say yes to one man and no to another.
Interesting conversation, chemistry, attractiveness etc. My point is, they should learn to realise when their advances are not being reciprocated, and should learn to bow out gracefully.
I genuinely HATE being chatted up on a night out, and this brings me to the main topic of this post… I would imagine that nearly all girls have had the same experience as me. Add your thoughts here Required Name Required Website.