You need to be confident, relaxed and easy-going. When she notices that about you, she will relax and open up after a few moments. Have you ever been walking through a shopping mall and seen a beautiful woman that you wanted to approach and meet? If you are a man and you have eyes, then you will have answered YES to that question! Shopping malls are FULL of beautiful, single women who are often out shopping on their own and not being approached by other guys.
Approaching Women in Shopping Malls | The Modern Man
In this November picture, shoppers at Los Angeles's Brea Mall are busy scurrying through stores looking for bargains. A woman stands in line with her arms full as she shops for gifts at the San Buenaventura Center in Los Angeles in A woman takes a break from shopping with her grandchild at Minnesota's Mall of America in August Left: A young girl and her mother set up a booth to receive donations of toys at the Lakewood Towne Center in Lakewood, Oregon, in December A group of kids sit and listen on as children's stories are read during an event at The Oaks in Thousand Oaks, California. Libraries and reading groups sponsored the event, which featured local authors reading from their favorite children's books. Left: Shoppers visit the Chapel of Love store inJune , where they can buy dresses, tuxedos, rings, and and even tie the knot in the Mall of America in in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
33 Outrageous Pictures Of Shopping Malls During The '90s
Picking up girls at the mall? Why not? A lot of men make the mistake of thinking that approaching women and talking to them is only for the bar and the club.
On a recent afternoon, the Hot Topic store at the King of Prussia Mall, outside of Philadelphia, teemed with teenagers, somethings and stroller-pushing parents. Demitri Benton, 19, of Reading, Pa. Former mall goths, punks and emo kids may remember the store differently. The suburban shopping center staple was dungeonlike, with hellish gates that led shoppers into a dark commercial corridor. Inside, a wall of T-shirts emblazoned with the names of rock bands and irreverent sayings was flanked by piles of studded belts and rubber bracelets.