Speak Her Language

Speak Her Language

Speak Her Language

Lend an ear and listen up!

 Listen to the tone of her voice. Apparently, the hotter she finds you, the lower her voice gets.

 

In a report in the Journal of Non-verbal Behaviour, researchers analyzed voice messages varsity students left for attractive members of the opposite sex and found that both men and women went deep. The study showed that both men and women find a low-pitched voice most attractive. Men like its seductive qualities, while for women it signals masculinity, reproductive fitness, confidence, self-esteem and control.

 

It is clear with voice, but what about content?

 

You've heard it before, pick-up lines don't work, but how can you make an impression? By complimenting her (flattery gets you everywhere right?) with her clothes on. Subtlety is essential: the challenge lies in making her believe that compliments are only for her, natural and genuine. Here are the top five tips for approaching the hottie. They might look familiar to you; however, they are the basis of making a successful impression.

  

1. Relax.

 

If you're uncomfortable, so is she. If she has feeling that you’re not sincere, there is a high chance that she will ignore you.

 

2. Be interested…

 

At this early stage, it's more important than being interesting. Everyone likes to speak about themselves and love it when people around adore them. Start with an eye contact. There's nothing more off-putting than the guy who can't keep his eyes from roaming the bar or looking elsewhere, but the girl. It is true and unique not only for the first meeting.

 

3. Practice active listening.

 

That means not racking your brain for something to say, but prompting with relevant questions and remembering some of the things she mentioned if this gets to date two. As it was mentioned before we all love to speak about ourselves, but it really irritates when person you were addressing can’t remember a thing.

 

4. Have a trump card.

 

If the conversation fades, have a witty observation or piece of trivia (nothing weird or controversial) in your repertoire to spark dialogue.

 

5. Keep it together.

 

A little mystery is crucial. Don’t appear to be “too thirsty”.

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