You may not be a nuclear physicist, but you can definitely impress girls with your job, no matter what it is. What you do for a living is one of those things that everyone wants to know, and it’s something you get asked about frequently at parties or other social situation where small talk is required. When a girl in a bar asks what you do, elaborate it. For example, if you’re a temp who does data entry and sometimes talks to the director of the department, when a hot girl asks what you do, say you’re the executive assistant. It’s all a matter of interpretation.
Meeting Chicks at the Bar
This is the easiest setting, especially if no one knows who you are. This is where you can make shit up. The key here is not to fabricate something you know. Here’s how to approach this kind of situation: don’t latch onto something she says and pretend you work in that particular industry. For example, if she likes or works in the art world, don’t say that you too work in the same field. It’s a disaster. She’ll start asking you questions that you can’t answer, and it’ll be embarrassing. The best strategy is to make up something that she knows nothing about, but that should sound impressive. Take something about which you know a little bit. If you’re an engineer and she knows nothing about it, say you’re at a high ranking position and describe what you do in enough obscure detail that she remains clueless. She’s not going to question it. Using titles that are also ambiguous – like Vice President or Director of Planned Development – is helpful. Though, don’t go overboard!
Meeting Chicks at House Parties
Meeting Chicks Who Call You Out, and How to Avoid It
There is buzz that can be created and in this case, you have to be careful since you’re fabricating success if your job actually isn’t that successful. Every man has limits to which he’ll go to impress a chick, so figure yours out before you even start. Never be too ambitious. If you’re going to pretend you have a sweet job when you don’t, just build on what you do have. If your dream job is to work in television, for example, but you’ve only ever interned, then make up something in the middle, like you’re freelancing for a particular show you know a lot about. If you get quizzed on your proclaimed profession, at least you can answer, and the girl interrogating you will lay off. Once she backs down, laugh about it, and then move onto other topics, like how nearby your apartment is.