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I would say go for it Tinzley. Just start a conversation and you can usually tell about someone real quick. One of my good friends met his wife in a bar and they are very happily married. Just remember that most men are there because they are looking for the right woman. Just be careful and let it be a casual thing:)
Trista, thanks. I have tried that in the past so now I have been trying to go back old school hoping the guy will make the first move like they do in the movies. But I guess I'm going to have to start being miss aggressive again. I will make it casual.
I would say its totally up to you! I prefer not to make the first move but I can guarantee you that a smile in a crowded room will get you so many numbers you'll be turning guys down. I have a few ideas: ask them for a drink suggestion or make a comment about the music playing... all those things work, guys just need to know you're interested then leave the rest up to them. Good luck!
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