This is a very common and effective group of openers, as it basically involved coming into a set and giving them a positive energy boost. ’” He’s not asking like it’s a trivia question, but rather in a high-energy way to get girls to spike emotionally.
(That works because the movie being referenced is a movie every woman seems to love).
They’re great if you get an approach invitation from the girl (any piece of behavior which clearly indicates that she’d like you to come over and talk to her).
Your success or failure in the set is going to depend far more on your mastery of attraction, qualification, kino escalation, and rapport building than it will on your ability to open properly.
That being said, if you can’t open, you can’t work on that kind of stuff.
Another opener in this category is this, which I believe originated with Da Hunter: PUA: “On a scale from one to ten, how much fun are you having? Grab the target, and twirl her around: “Now you’re at 10!
” These openers often work well in loud club environments when conversation is difficult.
So let’s explore some of the fundamentals of what you should say when you open a new set.
Many new students to PUA hate the idea of using a canned opener.
These openers work best when they’re congruent with your personality and style. Lovedrop loves to bounce around on the dance floor.
From these guys, a more intellectual opener would be incongruent and feel like a pickup line.
Saying something like “You look great in that dress,” or “Wow, the club sure is crowded tonight,” doesn’t qualify. Simply say that you heard about it and are interested in it – have a conversation about your opener with her!
I opened a girl one by noting the graphic design on the back of her book, and saying, “That has to be a book aimed at women.” I was right (it was a book about finding Mr. You’ll end up talking about men, women, dating and romance …
But it goes deeper than that, because the simple truth is that most of the thoughts that will spontaneously occur to you in the field will also occur to other people.