Approach was good, stable strong voice, no inflection. Allowed conversation to move to the weather, which is a week topic. When I notice English is not their first language I can break into pigeon English. I should just speak slow and clear with correct grammar.
The weather could be a decent topic if I was to “Ross Jeffries” it and spike the sexual stuff with having to take your clothes off when you get hot, getting hot and sweaty, “it will rain”…. But sometimes it’s good to get wet or to spend a day in bed when you can see it raining outside.
“How long have you been here?” Bad question and even worse inflection.
“I like your smile” Good sexual spike, but was said too nice, needed to be more dominant, showing sexual intent and qualifying, like I am selective and interviewing her and she just got a point for having a nice smile.
“soft features…very nice’ Is really week, especially the tonality. The idea was good because that is what I saw and thought. Much stronger would have been deep eye contact and slow and steady. “That is really attractive too me”
“You like Melbourne better… Why?” This was ok because it was a little bit challenging. But the voice needs work and needs to be more challenging and then disagree with her. Eg. “So…. Tell me. Why do you like Melbourne more than Brisbane”… “Melbourne is ok to visit, but to live for more than a month, for me, Brisbane is much better, more relaxed, people are friendlier and there are nicer beaches close by.”
Talking about architecture is good, I could learn a bit more about this since the topic always comes up with tourists. Or even just a few interesting facts.
I strayed from the script on this approach, which was good because I must have felt like the vibe warranted it.
“You’re from Australia” I like the enthusiasm but it’s weak. I think I could try and be more qualifying. More inquisitive, like I am judging her and seeing if she is good enough for me.
Guessing her nationality is good. Used her name, which was good.
Jumped to “what I noticed was” quickly once I realized I had nothing to say. And then transitioned well by talking about lycra which is sort of sexy, but also makes fun of gym types.
Being a bit challenging asking challenging questions. “Do you know why?” and then not answering and asking her another question instead of answering when she asked why.
Going back to old times is good – I could have encouraged her to talk about her childhood.
In any case she said she was gay and liked vagina lol.
Approach was ok, but still too rushed and not quite smooth enough. My voice got better, more measured and less inflection.
Good I emphasized Am in “Here I am” by using volume not inflexion. Run out of things to say and asked her what she was up to today, which is really weak. If I could have made a story about what she looked like and placed her into a fairy tale it would have been much stronger. Even if it was only loosely related to what she looked like.
Asking her where she was from was also really week, but I should have at least teased her about the crime rate after she said Beenleigh.
But rather than what she was up to and where she lived I would have been better off trying to guess what her interests and passions were. I could have done some cold reading and said. “You look like a very caring person. I imagine a lot of your friends come to you for advice.”
“I can tell you are sensitive to other people’s feelings, and get a lot of satisfaction out of helping others, but often put others needs ahead of your own. And often take on more responsibility than you can handle.”
“And your not always appreciated.”
Approach was good, but need to not to inflect the “nice” or the “hi”. In fact there was way to much inflection on the last word of a few sentences. Voice could be a little bit deeper and slower, and could have challenged her a little, told her she looked overly serious or worried about something etc.
Speaking clear even while there is a slight inflection and a little bit too fast. I lost it here and just talked shit. At least I got her onto her passions. I would have been better off placing her into a story and making her the main character. Nerdy bookish persona. She had long hair so I could have gone with Rapunzel.
I’m asking a few to many “interview” type questions here. She had really high hair and should have gone on with zulu warrior princess and asked if she had poison darts in her bag.
I Inflected voice when said her name. Good to tell her I didn’t want to do business with her and was non needy in asking for the number. Also gave her a non-needy compliment saying she had a nice name and how it matched her overall style. It was more in the way I said these; cool, calm and no inflection.
That was a cool line. “I find you far to attractive to be your bff” but I shouldn’t have laughed at the end of it. That was needy and looking for a response. I should have kept the tension.
Haha, this girl just looked too young when I got close so with my standard line I ejected.
After I said “I wanted to come over and say hi” I paused to wait for her response. This is weak, an attractive guy doesn’t care about her response, he just assumes that the girl will be interested in him, and her certainly doesn’t need her positive feedback from her to boost his ego.
Called this out nice – “you don’t walk very fast for someone in a rush”, and said it with great voice tone, assuming I had cheaky eyes, this was spot on, but then followed up weakly by asking her “where you gotta go?” with an inflected tone uggghhh!
What I could have said is. “are you one of those people that is always late, like my auntie, and we have to tell her all family events are an hour earlier than they really are just so she will be on time”. “Let me guess you have a hot date tonight and you have to go and get your nails done or you just won’t look the part”
“Just tell me one thing about you” is also so week, so value taking rather than just stacking assumptions and being creative offering value.