Worst Places To Meet Women
You might be wondering, “where can I meet women?” There are a lot of places! But not every place is a good place to meet women. Here are some of the worst places to meet women.
Online Dating Sites – See my other posts to see why.
At Work – There’s a reason most offices have a no fraternization policy. One of the many reasons, is that if and when things go sour, now you are stuck with them forever, unless one of you stops working there (quits or is fired)!
The Pharmacy – She might be embarrassed by the antifungal cream or medication. She might be on antipsychotics. You might be turned off by what she’s buying. Just not a good place. Which leads me to the next one…
The Hospital – Do I really need to explain this one?
Clubs – I’m not going to go into this today, it’s just not a good place to meet quality women looking for a relationship.
Bars – I’m not going to go into this today, it’s just not a good place to meet quality women looking for a relationship.
Lingerie Store – Come on, this is just creepy. Don’t do it.
The ATM – She might think you’re trying to rob her.
On The Train or The Subway or The Plane – There are exceptions to this, you might be lucky. But generally, don’t come on to a girl here, because there is no escape route for her (or you, if she tries to mace you!). But also, because they probably don’t live anywhere near you.
The Bus – This makes it onto both lists. If you are in Seattle, this is actually a good place. However, in Los Angeles this would be a bad idea. Even riding the bus at all in LA is a bad idea!
The Gym – she’s working out, sweaty and gross. At least that’s how she feels. She probably just wants to get her workout and go. Does not apply to fitness classes like Yoga, which are actually a good place to meet girls.
What some other bad places to meet girls? Leave a reply in the comments!
Now that you know where not to meet women, check out the Best Places To Meet Women!
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