Learn how to Swirl
How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
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A way to approach a desirable BW (or WM) - I talked this over with Brenda55 and she said it was a great idea.
Assuming you are in a bookstore with a coffee/pastries section, a Starbucks or similar - you see a person you'd like to approach (I assume they are not wearing a ring) - go buy a $10 gift certificate there + a nice blank card + a bow - write a brief note to the person of interest, asking them to look over at you (given them an 'out' in case of boyfriends, etc.) - put in the unsealed envelope, attach the bow & have someone else, like a store employee. take the envelope over to the other person (tip them $2 or so).
If you get the raised eyebrow and the beckoning finger, you've done the critical 1st step.
If she/he gets up and comes over to you, smiling and shaking her/his head, you are 2 steps into the process.
If you get a head shake and the note comes back to you ... sigh ... try again (different time and place, of course).
If she/he keeps the gift card but gives you the little-bird-sign ... well, you now know who NOT to approach ever again.
Given the cost of drinks at a bar at night, when all the defenses are up, this seems like a good way to introduce yourself, and even pre-vet a little (fewer 'players,' GAT-DLs/DBRs or hochie's in such places, after all).
Very probably, you can think of variations on this theme (buy a woman eating alone a certificate for a dessert, for instance).
A part of me is wary of the internet just because there are SOOOO many different people online - and not all of them stable.
I guess you could say the same thing about meeting someone offline.
I'm really curious about the "Canadian experiment" going on. Apparently it's not the internet, but the location of interested parties.
Oh my goodness, Christelyn - your online story is just TOO funny! My boyfriend and I met online also. According to what I told my mom though, "we met at a party..."
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