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no church singles event

just go for your own reasons, look around...maybe do a little "scoping and hoping" sooner or later you'll catch some fine young thing looking just a little too hard in your direction. Anyway, that's what worked for me. Once you say hello just move on about your business as if you actually have better things to do, if she is interested at all she come looking for you (or at least that is how it happened for me) and have fun with it. If you are out, tease her a little about something insignificant (don't be a dick though, this can be a fine line) it shows your confidence and intrigues the woman or so I have heard. Stick to normal folk discourse in the first date or three, once she has told all her friends that you are "the one" then you can start talking politics a little if you want to. Just remember that most (if not all) women really want a man who can take care of them; and therefore you must be able to take care of yourself first, and be confident of your ability to do so. Also be aware that most young ladies in their 20-somethigns have no real clue what they want in a guy....they read to many womens magazines to have any idea what they REALLY want in a guy.

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