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Approaching Someone at a Bar



When approaching someone at a bar, it's important to be respectful of their personal space and to not come across as aggressive or creepy. Here are a few suggestions for how to approach someone at a bar:

  1. Start with a friendly smile and make eye contact.

  2. Open with a neutral comment or question about the bar or the event, to break the ice.

  3. Show genuine interest in the person and ask open-ended questions to get to know them better.

  4. Be mindful of their body language and pay attention to their cues. If they seem uncomfortable or uninterested, it's best to respect their boundaries and move on.

  5. Be respectful of boundaries and don't insist on buying them a drink or spending time with them if they're not interested.

Remember, approaching someone at a bar or any social event is always a risk and not everyone will be open to conversation or interested in getting to know you. Be ready for rejection and don't take it personally. To avoid any awkwardness have a look at a social networking app for imbibers called Barfliz.

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