How to Practice Talking to Beautiful Women
One thing I've discovered is that beautiful women come with a vast variety of personalities. Some are smart, funny, sweet and fun to be with. Others are bitchy, high-maintenance, prima donnas. Still others, to be truthfully blunt, are annoying dorks.
The only way to find these things out is by talking to them. The only way to talk to them is through practice, practice, and more practice.
The place to practice is NOT in the bar/club atmosphere where everybody's got their full force shields up. They're amped and ready to be on the defensive, where even the sweetest and nicest of them will have their game face on.
It's a lot easier to get a hit in batting practice than in front of a sold out crowd at the World Series.
As a recovering sufferer of social anxiety who is just now getting over the horrible trauma inflicted by high school, I get my practice rounds in with beautiful women who are guaranteed to talk to me.
I'm talking about car show spokespersons, retail store employees, and bartenders.
I went to one car show and it seemed like every car manufacturer had a really hot, professionally dressed babe available for people to talk to. What you need to keep in mind is that these women are hired because of their looks AND their outgoing personalities. So what I did was go up to each and every one of them and ask them the same question over and over again. "What happens to all these cars after the show? Do they go on the road to another show or do they go to the local dealerships?"
Over and over again I asked that question. With every babe I went up to, it just got easier and easier and they were all more than willing to talk to me.
Another good practice place is a men's clothing store with women employees. A lot of them get some kind of commission or sales credit if they help you, so they suck up shamelessly. A lot of times I'll ask them for their advice when I try things on.
Finally bartenders are often, not always, good because they're kissing everybody's ass trying to get good tips. I usually pretend that it's the first time at that bar/club and ask if that's the kind of music they always play.