If you want to approach a supermodel, you have to have the right brand of bravery. Like the time my outspoken friend Nick greeted a well-known TV celebrity at a book launch by saying: ‘What are you doing here? ’ He got a glass of room-temperature Chardonnay thrown in his face. But although an insult never works, it’s important to go easy on the compliments, too. I didn’t tell her, but getting Dannii on my side had cost just 45p.
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Now, I’ve got nothing against asking people out in the daytime in principle.
Don’t think of it as a game Approaching the whole thing as if it is an actual game and you “win” by getting the most girls’ numbers is at best childish, at worst just plain sleazy. If it’s supposed to make us feel special, I'm sorry to say that it has the opposite effect. Don’t suggest you both “go get a coffee” Unless you live in some small, rural village, where loitering is an enriching and commonplace pastime, people are never free to just “go get a coffee”. Don’t waffle This is not to say you should bound over and immediately demand a number; but commenting on how her patterned jumper reminds you of The Killing, and then talking about your recent trip to Copenhagen for 15 minutes without pausing for breath, is not the biggest turn on in the world. Don’t come on too strong If you’ve managed to engage in conversation, talk normally for a bit and obtain a real-life phone number, firstly, well done sir! You now need to be the tiniest bit cool – you've already shown you are very, very, very interested.