Dating a parsi
You have to succeed at the stare or she’ll get creeped out.
There’s nothing worse than a piercing eagle eyeing up his prey.
He certainly succeeded at the surprise factor, but the poor Serbian was only able to say “you are beautiful” in English and couldn’t even ask me what my name is… We were left blushing and smiling at each other through an awkwardly long silence which could only be broken by me saying “merci” and slipping back upstairs., stay clear of cheesy pick-up lines, don’t ask her if she “comes here often” or if she “has the time.” Whatever you do, don’t declare your undying love or admiration in the first lines.
You don’t know her, there’s no way you can be in love with her yet.
You’ll both gain more confidence with some smiles and exchanging some friendly chatter.
French men can be extremely admirative; don’t be afraid of this, but remember to take their words with some caution.
That said, be subtle, don’t immediately dance his way or plunk down a giant pint of beer in front of her.
Okay, you’ve now determined their attraction might be reciprocal…
but he or she is likely to be stuck across the room or blocked by a defensive line of friends. if she really wants to talk to you, she’ll find a way to free herself up. If possible, make yourself readily accessible and if possible get a little closer to where she is.
I’ve been surprisingly accosted outside the bathroom on several occasions, both happy surprises by suitors I’d played a bit of cat and mouse with.
However, once I was exiting the bathroom stall of an all-too-common Paris unisex bathroom and came face to face with this adorable guy who’d been eyeing me up from across the quiet bar.