A Fun Game You Could Play With A Cute Girl Tonight
I tried this one out yesterday with a girl I had just met in the airport. We we’re both standing in line for something service-related, and she looked really bored, so I stepped over to her and started talking.
She was really cute; South American look, long curly hair, amazing eyes, in her young twenties. And as I said, she looked really bored, so I asked her if she wanted to play a game.
At first she didn’t really want to, but I convinced by saying that, if you win, I’ll buy you coffee. And that’s actually a win-win for me, right?
So she was up to it.
I explained the rules to her briefly:
I’ll ask her 5 questions, and to win, she has to give the wrong answer to all 5. Sounds easy right?
So I started by asking her where we were. “China”. Good, she gets it.
What’s your name? “Elvis”. Though I couldn’t confirm it, I could tell by her giggle that Elvis really wasn’t her name… And later I found out that her real name was Penelope.
Is 1 + 1 = 3? “Yes”.
And here comes the fun part:
So after the third question, I’ll ask her So, how many questions was that? Penelope was smart and answered “9”, but some will say “3”, and well, you won. Congratulations.
But as I said, she was smart, so I continued onto the last question.
Still laughing because she thinks she “got me”, I ask her; acting interested if this is the first time she’s playing this game?
Almost all girls will say “Yeah”, with a smile, and so did Penelope. I have actually never encountered anyone which says “no”, and therefore giving the wrong answer.
You’re with me so far?
So actually, I won. And because I am such a gentleman, I bought her a coffee anyway. We talked for about 10 minutes more, and then I had to catch my plane. But I got her number, and who knows? Maybe I’ll come to Argentine (where she’s from) one day.
So as you should know by now, we had much fun with this little game. And I am absolutely sure that you can too. Just make sure to keep a straight face, and make sure the last two questions sound like they’re not actually “questions”.
If you use this with success, as I am sure you will if you try, please write a comment in the comment section. That would be great!
And as always, remember to keep it light-hearted. Don’t take it too serious. Have fun. And good luck guys!
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Disclaimer: I did not “invent” this game, I saw Neil Strauss use it once, and I don’t know where he got it from.