5 Places Where You Should Never Approach A Female
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5 Places Where You Should Never Approach A Female

If you see a pretty girl, and want to ask her out that's cool, just not in these places.

5 Places Where You Should Never Approach A Female

Recently as I was finishing up some late morning grocery shopping, a random man followed me into the parking lot of Whole Foods to try to ask me out. I found this a little strange, to be honest, and it got me thinking about all of the strange places I, and girls I know, have been approached in by men. These are a few of the places where you probably shouldn't ask out a girl.

1. A parking lot or garage.

Especially if it's dark outside! It will come off as creepy and there's a chance you will end up with pepper spray in your face.

2. From your car while she's walking.

Again, this is pretty creepy-especially at night. She'll likely assume you're trying to kidnap her. Any girl who's ever watched and episode of Dateline, SVU, Criminal Minds, etc. will know better than to get near you.

3. A gay bar

If a girl is in a gay bar she is not there to meet men. Period. Trust me.

4. When she's with her family.

The last thing most of us want is to be approached by a guy when our parents are standing behind us. You probably aren't ready to see the awkwardness that is her family.

5. The library during finals week

True love waits...until after final exams are over. No one has time for the distraction of dating when they have essays to write and presentations to prepare. Give her a few more days to study until you drop the dating bomb on her.

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