Often times you may be attracted to a guy but don’t have an idea on how to make him glance your way. He may be that guy you keep bumping into at your favourite food joint, the cute guy who is always in the library or that guy who lives close to you.
Dear ladies...here’s how to get a guy in 7 days
You can begin a conversation with him by introducing yourself
Don’t know what to do? Here’s how to get him to do the chasing after seven days.
First day - Make eye contact: The way you stare at someone says a lot more than your words. Look at him in a way that he’ll know you are actually interested in him.
Second day - Do a small introduction: You can begin a conversation with him by introducing yourself. Don’t tell him your life history, just a little but interesting chat will be fine.
Third day - Keep him interested: You started by introducing yourself the previous day, there’s a chance he might be the one to do the talking today. This could mean you managed to get him interested in you. Try to sustain this by having further conversations with him. Don’t say no if he asks you out for lunch.
Fourth day - Talking online: You can add him up on your social media platform. Do a little research on his likes and dislikes but don’t hit the like button on his old comments or photos. As much as you want to find something to talk about, refrain from asking about a photo or comment made in the past.
Fifth day - Invite him for an event: You can ask him to go with you to an event such as a concert, exhibition or play, since you now know what he likes to do. When you both get to the event, don’t fuss over him. Pay him enough attention to keep him interested in you.
Sixth day - Take a break, let him do the chasing: You are done with your part, seat back and watch what happens. Wait for him to call, don’t text or even reply promptly when he texts. Be scarce but not out of his sight. Let him know he still has a lot of work to do to win you over.
Seventh day - He actually asks you out on a date: It’s normal to be happy, behave yourself for your own good.
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