My friend was telling me about a guy hitting on her the other night in a bar.
A Chinese guy slowly edged his way closer to her his palms probably sweating and his heart beating quickly then bam! He makes a move and musters up his best line jumps in front of her and says, " where are you from?" She told me how pathetic this is to
her, but I think there may be something other than a bad choice of words and less than smooth operation at work here.
I think she may have her shields up against this guy before he even uttered any words to her. She obviously knew he was going to try becuase women are known to be rather intuitive with regard to teh language of love. Furthermore, if she would have thought
he was cute or "her dish" then it would not have mattered if his line was less than perfect.
I have had similar experiences as this guy. We have different appraches, but got the same reaction he got from my friend.
For example, out with friends, well dressed, smelling great, emitting cool vibes, smile on my face and I approach a girl and get the infamous wavy hand and look on her face like, "please don't speak to me because I do not speak English." No problem, I was
only trying to make freinds with a pretty girl even though she was probably way out of my league because she is fuerdai and only dates other rich Chinese guys and despises foreigners in clubs because of how many of them think that dancing involves rubbing
their dickon her ass and groping her at their leisure. I've seen this happen too many times for it to be a coincidence. If that does not make one put the gaurd up then what will?
My idea about this is that they have shields up before the game even begins. Being open minded is the best way to meet the coolest people. Being polite to everyone and giving the benefit of the doubt will increase the chances of finding something interesting
Rude guys and rude girls throw up barriers in the dating game. What a pity.