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Unless you're an ego monster or a stalker, nobody likes picking up strangers. "Here's another scenario: the pavement pickup. This one's a numbers game, so you can't take squat personally, because women have zero vetting mechanisms in place. I know this is nuts, but could I buy you a cup of coffee or a drink nearby? If you use Facebook as a verb, you've already lost.

Say the following: "Would you be horrified if I suggested we go someplace quieter? If the situation is harried, like on mass transit, try to get her contact or give her yours and promise that if it's a no-go, you'll shove off as far away as that guy (and then point to a guy a half car away). Make no mention of "Missed Connections."Oh, a couple of quick notes about exchanging contact info: Don't hand a girl your card.

The next thing out of your mouth could be about her juicy pussy or Jesus. Don't say: I love your Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony spring 2012 cutout shirtwaist. Everyone hates phones, but not texting is a good curveball. Do that thing where you say a running commentary of exactly what you're doing: "This is me calling you on your phone, leaving you a voice mail, hoping you'll call back, because then I can take you out." That's the best!

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