The only reason why some girls are paranoid when they get a message from a stranger (you’ll later learn how to break this barrier) is because so many guys do it wrong…
It is your job to show her that you are an honest and empathic guy with a sense of humor who sets himself apart from the bulk of uncalibrated idiots she has to deal with every day.
I was just looking for a mutual friend when I saw your pictures.
It is also no secret that getting hundreds of likes and comments increases this condition.
This wouldn’t be so much of an issue if there weren’t millions of guys with an attention deficit disorder who act as ”, he gets an erection when she likes his comment.
Of course some girls will accept the friend request, but those are the so-called Instead of boring the hell out of her with a generic message that she has already received from at least ten strangers within the last week, you should give her exactly what she craves for.
If she is a beautiful woman who is single for a long time she craves for honesty and understanding of her situation. She is a gorgeous single woman with a nice profile picture who receives smarmily comments and phony Likes all day long.
No matter how you found her, for some reason you can’t get her out of your mind.
Something inside you screams The first mistake that guys make when they try to flirt with girls on Facebook who they have neither seen nor spoken to in real life is that they send a friend request in the hope that she will accept it. Do you know what I do whenever a stranger sends me a friend request? You never know if it is a scam profile that wants to get rid of some nasty viruses or just a weirdo who tries to make as many imaginary friends as possible. It doesn’t make any sense to add someone as your friend when you don’t know if this person exists.
In fact, it is very easy to NOT be creepy when you simply behave like a normal dude.
It somehow amazes me when my close female friends show me some messages from guys who tried to pick them up on Facebook.
None of these guys would say the things they write during a real conversation in a coffee shop, on the street or in a shopping mall.