It happens often – you’re celebrating or having a get-together with friends, and happen to notice the waitress is cute. Super-cute. And you freeze up, then nearly choke on your awesome blossom because you’re racking your brain trying to figure out something meaningful to say to her that will convince her you’re the greatest man alive.
You unfortunately aren’t schooled in the arts of picking up women, so you eat your fried food sadly, then leave without seeing her again.
That doesn’t need to happen. You can get that waitress in your life with a little bit of effort and good ol’ fashioned elbow grease, by using a few guidelines or pick-up lines.
Here are some waitress pick up lines:
Bond with her about outside of her work – ‘What have you been waiting to do all day?’
In the PUA world, we call this busting out of the customer frame. The last thing somebody doing their job wants to do is talk about their job or think about how they’re doing their job. What do they want to do instead? Think about what they’re going to be doing as soon as they leave. What they’re passionate about. You access that, people are generally open to being let into your social circle.
Make sure you trade contact details discreetly. – ‘Write your number down.’
After the interaction goes well, you’ve gotta be able to trade numbers – a lot of times the waitresses and bartenders at the places where you go to drink aren’t able to trade numbers in front of their managers without catching hell for it. So make sure after the interaction goes well, you’re able to do it discretely. Start the interaction off on the right foot.
Remember that you have a lot of time to talk to them, and seed different things throughout the interaction.
They’re not going anywhere. If you don’t feel like the interaction is spiking her emotions that much in the beginning, you have a bunch of opportunities to reopen her throughout the night. Chances are, she’s working an eight hour shift. Call her over for ridiculous reasons, make her smile.
You’ll get that number. Now go and practice.