>you order your usual double cheeseburger breakfast. >new cashier sees you (pic rel). >Oh my god mister!

>you order your usual double cheeseburger breakfast
>new cashier sees you (pic rel)
>”Oh my god mister! I really like your jacket, *blushes* it looks so good on you, coz it goes so well with your shoes!”

How do you reply without dropping your spaghetti?

87 thoughts on “>you order your usual double cheeseburger breakfast. >new cashier sees you (pic rel). >Oh my god mister!

  1. Anonymous says:

    You have to joke around and make them laugh
    >haha you think so? Well I suppose its a good thing my mom picked my outfit today
    If they giggle, they already want your dick

  2. Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

    >thanks
    >thanks. can i grab your number?

    You then get a few outcomes:

    >you’re welcome
    >sure you can get my number
    >sorry i have a partner
    >sorry no

    So then:

    >if yes
    >take number and leave
    >if no
    >say ok have a great day
    >walk away

    It’s that simple. Less is more. This is the approach all the "tinder etc. chads" take too. All this long winded "Intelligent" shit does not work on women or attraction.

    >do you like philosophy, i have been reading x philosopher and really agree what they say about transcendence to a higher existence.

    This is what cringe spergs do. It does not impress.

    Also, as someone noted, self deprecating isn’t going to work. It just often shows low self esteem and belief.

    And for gawds sake, do not do the usually insecure things like:

    >oh this old thing
    >thanks.. you.. you look good too.. i like your hair

    No.

    But get real, it’s just a small interaction with a stranger, don’t make it some life altering big deal. If they are not interested, then so what. Nothing invested or lost.

    Women are offended by greasy creeps coming up with stupid shit, from nice ass, to wow you are sooo gorgeous.

    But if some girl starts something (I like your jacket) already means she doesn’t think you are a turbo creep, and a simple thanks, and number ask in no way offends. It often makes their day.

      • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

        >just ask for their number / insta

        I would stick to simply their number. You don’t want to a part of a huge number of guys competing sending her IG messages, or liking her shit. And she will also expect you to have one then, and you better be pretty popular.

        The number is much more personal with less people against you. If she doesn’t want to, move on, she isn’t that interested.

        If she brings up insta, I find it best to just say aw na, I don’t really use social media, which you might think makes you sound like a friendless loser, which is why it has to be followed up with something like your life is too busy already. That changes the dynamic, that you are somebody irl and likely have many friends you don’t need nobodies on social media. It can also make the girl see herself as someone who has little in life and uses social media to compensate, hence your value to her goes way up.

        You never really want to be just another follower adding to her social media. Friends and acquaintances give you numbers, not social media accounts with shooped photos of themselves.

        • Anonymous says:

          this, I used to ask for insta but ends up being another sea of competition. If she likes you she will give the number anyways

    • Anonymous says:

      >just ask for their number / insta

      I would stick to simply their number. You don’t want to a part of a huge number of guys competing sending her IG messages, or liking her shit. And she will also expect you to have one then, and you better be pretty popular.

      The number is much more personal with less people against you. If she doesn’t want to, move on, she isn’t that interested.

      If she brings up insta, I find it best to just say aw na, I don’t really use social media, which you might think makes you sound like a friendless loser, which is why it has to be followed up with something like your life is too busy already. That changes the dynamic, that you are somebody irl and likely have many friends you don’t need nobodies on social media. It can also make the girl see herself as someone who has little in life and uses social media to compensate, hence your value to her goes way up.

      You never really want to be just another follower adding to her social media. Friends and acquaintances give you numbers, not social media accounts with shooped photos of themselves.

      >just ask for their number / insta
      Gonna give this a try

      DO NOT DO THIS AT A PLACE THAT YOU FREQUENT

      I know that this should be common sense, but I am not taking any chances with how badly hecked over zoomers got with their social skills

      • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

        Hmm.. or is it maybe some people judge me on my posts and words, views and beliefs, as opposed to my photo.

        Meanwhile you’re like:

        >hurr she wont heck me cuz i’m not a 7ft gigachad

        You’re the other side of the coin.

          • Anonymous says:

            Uh right. You should take this as a lesson in not judging. Although if they are fat as heck, they’re greedy as heck. That’s a good judgement. I offer nothing but honesty here, and I try to build people up. I have no fear of death because God knows this.

            Yeah, if you are a shitty to me I will troll or whatever. But if you are decent and honest, it’s back to back.

            Like grow up. I’m really not who you think me to be.

            Please stay seething.

          • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

            Uh right. You should take this as a lesson in not judging. Although if they are fat as heck, they’re greedy as heck. That’s a good judgement. I offer nothing but honesty here, and I try to build people up. I have no fear of death because God knows this.

            Yeah, if you are a shitty to me I will troll or whatever. But if you are decent and honest, it’s back to back.

            Like grow up. I’m really not who you think me to be.

  3. Anonymous says:

    >Umm I’m actually 14, creep
    *300 pound seven foot tall tattood up black man walks in and grabs her waist*
    >Yo bae dis mohfuggag botherin yu
    What next?

    • Anonymous says:

      Thank god, it’s my boyfriend Tyrone-kun!
      >yeah she’s hitting on me and making me uncomfortable, snap her spine
      >anything for you, anon
      She’s dead and I’m finally safe with my seven foot tall 300lb tattooed boyfriend.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Umm I’m actually 14, creep
        *300 pound seven foot tall tattood up black man walks in and grabs her waist*
        >Yo bae dis mohfuggag botherin yu
        What next?

        Shes dating a fat white dude named steve. Sorry gay youre fantasies are not true

    • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

      You know this "what if…" and actions ruled by fears is a very poor way of life, and it will not serve you good. Almost everything we imagine happening, never does. And when it does, you deal with it then.

    • Anonymous says:

      >"Oh good day Laquarius! It seems this underage whore-to-be has lost her composure and, in any case, should not be on the premises as a minor, but rather diligently studying in school."
      >*sucks air through teeth* shiet massa you is got damn rite
      >"I knew you’d understand, you always do. Please escort her off the premises."
      >aight u got it massa
      Oh, Laquarius. Everybody loves him. "bartender, two shots of purple drank for me and my friend!"

  4. Anonymous says:

    >*remove jacket and drape it gently onto her shoulders*
    >me: you need it more than me
    >*light cigarette and walk out of the establishment into the snowy night*
    >her (dripping wet): wait! your cheeseburger breakfast!

  5. Anonymous says:

    stupid whore
    god im so hecking glad im a gay, imagine dealing with one of these non spontaneous, dishonest pieces of shit

    • Anonymous says:

      I wish I was gay so badly. Seems like life would be so much easier. I have a gay couple as neighbors and they seem so cool and /fashion/
      I wonder if it’s possible to condition yourself into being gay.
      I swear that is a hecking TRILLION dollar business idea if you could make it work

  6. Anonymous says:

    Nah, I look pretty goofy right now, haha, but thanks
    You look way cuter, though
    >drops HER spaghetti
    So what’s your name?
    >formalities established
    >comedic small talk initiated
    >insta acquired
    >text her a cat meme later that evening
    Profit

    If only I did hate every moment of waking life and feel drained of energy to bother speaking to anyone

    • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

      >negs himself
      >self depreciation
      >compliments her

      Yup. This is a zoomer who has never been with a girl. Son, re-read the thread. This is the worse male autism zoomer response ever.

      • Anonymous says:

        >tripgay says I haven’t been with a girl
        Rich. Go outside.

        So this is what an ick feels like

        Lol.

        >Nah, I look pretty goofy right now, haha, but thanks
        You look way cuter, though

        Yep. deffo an ick.

        Imagine thinking pick up lines are the way to get into a girls DM’s. It’s desperate.

        • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

          pick up lines
          >he hasn’t read the thread

          Your reply of instantly complementing back is the most beta incel thing ever. And your anime image lol.

          Touch grass, kiddo. I’ve boned more bussy more times than you’ve had your greasy bloated cheeto fingers wrapped around a chicken tender.

          • Anonymous says:

            It’s actually hilarious how deluded you are.

            If you weren’t a validation seeking tripfag, you’d realise it doesn’t really matter what you do or say as long as you’re attractive and have a sexy voice, but you wouldn’t know what that feels like, would you?

          • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

            >a sexy voice

            >https://vocaroo.com/15PvczpxAxGR
            >https://vocaroo.com/1jPkkaORMti8

            My vocaroo recordings of my voice prove you wrong though lil gay boi. So now what?

          • Anonymous says:

            >So now what?
            Uhh, you’re trying to prove me right, dumbheck?
            Unlikely since you probably look like pic related and your voice matters heck all.

          • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

            >since you probably look like pic related

            I just posted my face in my post, you utter newfag. Holy shit.

            I’m 30. I really don’t care what you think men should say, unless you can justify how I would benefit from saying what you suggest. No idea why you think I’m a man either.

            >30

            AWW WE GOTZ A BIG BOI RIGHT HERE!

            >No idea why you think I’m a man either.

            You’re either a gay or a woman.

            >aww

            Cringe weirdo creep.

      • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

        Lol.

        >Nah, I look pretty goofy right now, haha, but thanks
        You look way cuter, though

        Yep. deffo an ick.

    • Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

      Why would yous aw aww? Are you a woman?

      Men say thanks, or thank you. Not awww.

      Jeez… zoomers truly have no clue.

      • Anonymous says:

        I’m 30. I really don’t care what you think men should say, unless you can justify how I would benefit from saying what you suggest. No idea why you think I’m a man either.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I dress like a scumbag so this wouldn’t happen but if it did
    "aw thanks, like your X" if i actually like something shes wearing..

  8. Anonymous says:

    >Thanks. My daughter wants me to dress modern, but my autistic wife really likes color matching. Just like you. Have you ever thought about getting diagnosed?
    >Anyway can I get my order please?
    Please get this baby of a woman out of my face ASAP. Women under 27 are so boring to talk to.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I get this but I almost exclusively wear a black tee and jeans.

    Wouldn’t work if I didn’t have a good frame and 10 face/hair. Granted I can wear most things and get away with it so your mileage will likely vary.

  10. Anonymous says:

    "thanks I really appreciate that, I like your necklace!"
    its really not hard, if a girl thinks you’re attractive you could do anything

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