PLUS: confessions of an online dater, real-life personal ads, and a quick guide to the best dating web sites. Patrons queue up to valet park their BMWs and Mercedes-Benzes while they yak on cell phones.At the bar, they sip martinis and check out the well-heeled clientele streaming in from downtown skyscrapers and nearby Highland Park high-rises for après-work cocktails.He say, "Men are total wusses when it comes to approaching women.If they don't feel confident that you want them to come over, then they'll almost never make the move." Evidently, male clients are always asking how to be sure that a woman actually wants them to come over, and Adam advises that a smile gives them "a solid 80% chance" since "there is no 100% certainty when it comes to dating".According to Adam, the law of attraction is that like attracts like.By this he means if you want to attract fun and exciting guys, you've got to be fun and exciting yourself.
Which is bad for you, but good for those of us that get to watch the video. Also, if you notice when they're setting up the cars at :31, the guy on the far left with the blue hat is one of the "speed date" guys.
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At first she acts uncomfortable with a stick shift, and a few of the men flex their masculinity in response. Instead she's a professional stunt driver, who proceeds to thrash the tires off her Mustang in a deserted parking lot with the confused, scared, excited men in tow.
Clearly the guys have no idea that this whole thing is a setup, and this video illustrates a key issue most men have when it comes to dating: They're rubbish at it.
He says, "if you have the stink face' look all night and appear miserable, guess who you'll be attracting?