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5 Answers For How to Pick Up Younger Women

Aug 17, 2007
So, the years have passed and you are finding that it is increasingly difficult to meet women, especially younger women.

Does this sound like you?

Well, if meeting and picking up younger women is what you want, listen closely. It is not too late, but your approach to meeting women must be tailored according to their age group and this is especially true for younger women (ages 18-24).

Many men mistakenly believe that the same routines and dating techniques can be used on any woman regardless of age, but this is not true. As you should do for meeting any woman, create a plan of attack unique to this desired category of women.

I have provided some answers to some common questions below. These tips are geared towards meeting younger women at their place of employment, though many can be used outside of the workplace setting.

Let's get started...

1- What is the best place to meet younger women?

Yes, knowing where to meet younger women is very important. Unlike women in older age groups, the best place to meet younger women is at their job.

Coffee shops, popular bookstores, retail stores and bars or clubs catering to the younger crowd frequently hire younger women. You will find, too, that many of these places not only hire younger women but also attract a younger clientele both of which work to your advantage.

With a good routine, you will be on your way to getting their number and/or securing a date. If you want to pick up younger women, you have to go where they are!

2- How should I Act Once I'm there?

Here are two tips- be respectful and mature.

Are you surprised?

A lot of dating advice suggests that men take on a cocky/funny approach or act like they really do not care, among others. Like I said, you must tailor your approach to this specific age group. Let me explain why.

In spite of their age, younger women want to be treated with respect. At this age they want to exert their independence as they may be freshly "on their own." Do not treat her like a young girl but rather like the adult she is trying to be. Don't take this advice too literally, though, as you do not need to have a deep, intellectual conversation with her in an attempt to fit the type she may want.

The universal dating tip of avoiding "interview" type questions should also be adhered to under these circumstances as well. My advice while talking to her at work is to keep the conversation light and fun. Talk about things that will slowly allow her to reveal more of herself. Remember, at the beginning you are simply a customer and a stranger but in time, she will become more comfortable talking to you. You are probably one of the first men to treat her with respect which means she will likely develop an attraction to you at some point.

In addition to being respectful, you must also be mature. Because younger women generally desire to be treated as an adult, your demeanor is equally important as how you treat her. They do not want to be treated like they are "young girls" nor do they want to date a man who acts like an immature boy. They are attracted to men who act similar to how they want to be perceived. If she seeks to transform into a mature adult, she will be far more attracted to someone who matches her objective.

Think about it: Why would a young woman who wants to be viewed as a mature adult settle for an immature boy?

Finally, do not disregard some of the important traits to show when interacting with her. Carry yourself with confidence. Do not try to impress her with your money, car or flashy clothes. This may grab her attention initially, but she probably sees a lot of that. Focus on how you treat her and try to build a strong rapport instead. This will result in a much greater payoff in the end.

3- When should I ask her out?

Don't try to ask her out during your first conversation. Trying to pick her up immediately will probably turn her off a bit and she may categorize you with all the other guys who ask her out at work. Rather, visit her workplace for a couple weeks and try initiating a conversation each time. Always be that fun guy to be around and work on getting to the point in which she, basically, looks forward to your visit.

4- How do I ask her out?

Before asking her out, be sure you have developed a good casual friendship with her first. Once this friendship is formed, it is time to secure the date.

The trick is to not necessarily "ask her out". Structure it so that she does not have the option of turning you down.

For example, try something like "We should get a bite to eat sometime. Let me have your number." An added bonus to structuring it like this is that you appear more confident, which makes you even more attractive to women.

5- I've got the date. Now What?


However, there is good news and bad news at this point. The good news is that she is going on a date with you so there is likely some attraction there or, despite the latter paragraph, she would have found some way to get out of the date at the last minute. The bad news is that you are not in the clear yet.

You still have some work to do.

During the date, try to keep the atmosphere lighthearted and fun yet be sure to mix in some of your seduction techniques. If you apply these seduction skills properly and maintain a good atmosphere, you will more quickly be in a position to make your move and try to increase the physical side of the date.

Remember, you cannot pick up younger women the same way younger men do. You must accept this truth and alter your approach accordingly.

Picking up younger women is not a terribly difficult task, but it does require close attention to the needs of women in this age group and respond to her in a way that gives the impression that you can be that person. With the right routine and tips above, you should more easily be able to attract and date younger women successfully.

Don't limit your dating options simply because of your age.
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