Only yesterday I was approached four times. The problem is that all these men use all the same lines. Only once it was really sweet: I was walking in the Metro with my girlfriend and we were holding hands; there were too many people to walk hand in hand so we parted. And then this boy appeared, he took my hand, waved to my friend, and walked with me chatting about nothing specific. It was so sweet. Nevertheless, I would really recommend men to carry on despite being rejected.
Brit seduction expert says men should date Russian women | Daily Mail Online
Russian women are open and the same time reserved, passionate inside and cold from the outside. Such a dual nature of Slavic girls often makes foreign men puzzle their brains over the way of approaching Russian beauties and communicating with them successfully. Those men who know what they want, have a purpose in life, and can demonstrate it without coming across as cheeky, will definitely interest a Russian woman. Confidence is something that women consider manly that is why they are subconsciously attracted to self-confident guys. However, Russian girls clearly distinguish between confident and overconfident or vain men. Once they see a guy is just boasting and showing off, they will turn him down, for sure. Not only is this rude, but also she may feel embarrassed.
'Be persistent': Russian girls share tips on how to pick them up
By Siofra Brennan For Mailonline. A British dating expert has delivered a scathing critique of English women - and strongly recommended that blokes date Eastern European girls instead. Richard La Ruina, 37, from Cambridge has published two bestselling-books on seduction and was named 'Britain's number one superstar chat-up artist' by a newspaper in
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