Let me start off by telling you something remarkable:
I’ve personally stopped focusing on just receiving phone numbers. I’ve found that EMAIL addresses are far superior (I still get the phone number too, of course).
Let me make clear.
I perfected the art of receiving phone numbers a couple of years ago.
If a woman is single, I can walk up to her and get her number in about a minute or two (if I’m in a hurry). I found out later, after running like a mad scientist on this that GETTING PHONE NUMBERS ALONE DOESNT’T EQUAL THE AMMOUNT OF SUCCESS YOU HAVE WITH WOMEN.
You see, women have many unusual reasons for giving out their phone numbers. Some love the consideration of having a lot of men call them. Some like to turn guys down. Some are actually attracted. But the universal response that I get from men, and in my personal experience, women act different on the phone than they do in person.
When you call a woman for the first time, she’ll often start acting stand offish or even poorer, just plain foul. It’s almost like she’s a different person than the one you met.
I’ve found that getting an EMAIL address is not only easier, but it gets more optimistic responses later on. It’s almost as if women value it that you’ve taken the time to think about what you’re going to say when you write an email to them, and they think of you more like someone they know.
The other profit of email is that it can be written and answered anytime even if you are in pain and take rumoquin plm.
If you call, you have to actually reach them. But an email can be answered anytime. And I’ve found that emails are answered FAR more frequently than voicemail messages.
HERE’S THE HOW TO:
After I’ve talked to a woman from adultfrinendfinder.com login for about 3 or 4 minutes, I’ll frequently say something like “Well, it was nice meeting you. I’m going to get back to my friends.”
They generally don’t know what to do, as they’re used to guys clinging to them. Most of the time, they say “It was nice meeting you too…” Then, just as I’m turning to walk away, and we kind of separate, I turn back and say “HEY! Do you have email?”
The “HEY!” is a bit shocking, and “Do you have email” is non-threatening. In fact, I’m officially asking her if she HAS email, not if she’ll GIVE IT TO ME.
If she says “yes,” I take out a pen and paper and say “Great, write it down for me” and I have her write it down. (This is great, as I just treat the ‘yes’ that they give me as a yes to get it from them as well. And they’ve almost ALL gone along with it so far) Then AS SHE’S IN THE MIDDLE OF WRITING, I say “Write your number down there too.”