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I've been using Tinder the past month so messaging girls is nothing new to me. I went on PoF and OKC because I haven't touched those in a bit. There aren't a whole lot of girls who use these sites in my town, so responses were slow. Still, Feels good to have done another day!
Zero anxiety the whole drill. I approached the first 5 girls at a Shoprite while buying juicing carrots. Then I took a break like the drill recommended. Afterwards I drove to a Walmart. For whatever reason, no one at Walmart would give me the exact time. The women would always say its close to eight. I didn't care. I just found that interesting.
I was sick the past few days so I only started going out again yesterday. I drove to the college campus in my town and got the drills done quickly. The "have you been there" part of the drill was fun to ask because it didn't make sense. Girls would just smile at me. Asking the first girl you see for the time was less intimidating than I thought. At one point I had to stalk a girl that passed me by just so I could get the time off her. After that I had zero anxiety.
After the forth day of asking for the time I've noticed there are different types of girls:
1) Won’t stop and make up a time. (Rare)
2) Leave too quick to ask other questions (uncommon)
3) Stop and stay to answer all questions (common)
4) Drop everything they're doing to help (uncommon)
Knowing that I'll get a set response makes it easier.
Day 8: Time, restaurant directions, been there? Like it?
- Did 2 sets of drill Friday
- Did last 2 sets today
Felt just as easy as day 6 and 7. Asking "have you been there?" felt natural when it was followed by "do you like it" I'm doing most of my drills on the college campus in my town. I've been sick the past week but since I’m feeling better I'm doing a new drill every weekday this week.
The idea of approaching girls seems obtainable compared to when I started. Even when I see a girl while I’m not doing the drills, I know I could easily walk up to her if I needed to. Not a full on approach but a basic question.
Today's drill was the first that felt like pickup. Asking for directions is a normal thing to ask a stranger. Movie suggestions, not so much. Still I approached every girl I wanted to talk to. Today's drill was fun because it wasen'the just asking for directions.
This was the drill I was initially worried about when I read over the week two drills. Once I started it was easier than I thought. I assumed most people would get creeped out by all the questions, But most were kind and helpful. As soon as I got past the first set my anxiety disappeared. This drill wasn't any harder than the other drills.
This drill was fun to. It felt odd telling people I was planning a candlelit dinner. I'd feel cheesy if I was seriously considering doing that. Still, I had little anxiety while doing the drill. As usual most girls were willing to help me out. The random question drills aren't so bad. It’s nice to have a dialogue outside of asking for directions.
My first time doing drills at the mall. I felt mild to moderate anxiety during the drill. I had no problem sticking to the script. Compared to the college campus there are so many people. Mostly adults with their boyfriend or family. I felt sketchy approaching at the mall. I lowered my standards and started doing the drill on any women younger than 50. With so many options it felt harder to get in there. Approaching in stores made it easer.
The reactions I got were the same as on campus. I did the drill in fewer than 30 mins, (rough guess). I moved on to the high five drill because the environment caused my anxiety and not the drill. Still its cool seeing how my comfort level changes with the venue.
- Completed the drill
- 1st set: five minutes
- 2nd set: 4-5 Minutes
I guess I was still anxious from yesterday. Back on campus, I put my hand out and said "high five" to every girl I saw. I felt mild anxiety but stuck to the drill and quickly finished the first set. I sat down to take a break before my second set. Waiting gave me moderate anxiety. If I could've done a straight twenty reps it wouldn’t have been so bad. I sucked it up and gave myself time to settle down. After about ten minutes of playing a game on my phone I started my second set. I decided to stay strong and Offered a high five to every girl I saw. I finished the second set a minute faster than the first. I left campus feeling drained and took a nap when I got home.
After two weeks of drills I feel more comfortable around people. I have an easier time saying what’s on my mind and feel more confident around women. I'm glad I'm beginning to feel some anxiety. It means I can become better.
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