Learning how to approach a group of women is a lot like learning how to ride a bike. For starters, you're going to fall, cry, and bleed — a lot. Secondly, it's intimidating AF. The worst part? Unlike bike riding, if you so much as attempt to wear a helmet and elbow pads when approaching a group of women, you're pretty much screwed from the jump. That said, once you get the hang of it, you'll never forget.
Trouble is, how do you get to that point? Well, as with all things in life, when you don't know the answer, ask a woman. Fortunately for you guys, because of The Fearless Man on YouTube, you won't have to yet again call your mom, sister, or the girl that friend-zoned you for advice.
Below you'll find three real life women willing to share their knowledge of wealth with the masses of men just looking to get by with the ladies (without completely blowing it). They're honest without being harsh, so listen, internalize, and do your best!
OK, what have we learned? The first piece of advice worth noting is that three is always going to be your lucky number. As one of the lovely ladies mentioned, you can only really be talking to one person at a time. So, if two of the ladies are chatting and the third is just nodding off into space, that's your perfect segue into the group. However, things are definitely going to take a tricky turn once if you've infiltrated the inner-circle.
To be clear, if you've approached the entire group of women under the pretenses that you're open to "getting to know" them all, then you've already failed. Don't be that guy who just throws himself at women, not caring about the result. Even if you're basing it off of superficial values, it's best to know which woman you could see yourself wanting to engage with. Once you've figured that out, you're golden — unless of course you manage to botch it, but let's think positive, OK?
As a general rule, guys, just don't be a d-ck. That's really the most sage advice anyone, male or female, can offer you. When in doubt, use the golden rule, well, a modified version, anyway — approach women the way you would want to be approached.