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Scouting for Meet Girls Spots: You Just Have to Go There

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scouting to meet new girlsEver try to predict how good a place will be to meet girls by looking at a map or talking to people? If you have, you'll know how wrong you often get it. But… why?

I like to regularly scout new spots. Keeps things fresh, and you don't know what you'll find -- either in the place, or in the woman situation (see: new spot bonus).

The other day I decided to work at a shopping mall in one of the university areas. I walked by the women's university, where school's just about to be back in session, with cars unloading female college students and their suitcases and belongings. Then I found the nearby mall and took a stroll through it.

And... I was surprised how few single women there were there.

There were lots of families. Lots of children. A few couples and trios of college girls. Next to none there alone. And of the women who were there, only a handful were very attractive.

The mall had multiple floors, but only two options to work at, a Starbucks on the first floor and a tea place on one of the upper floors. The tea place actually looked like the better bet as far as clientele, but I opted for the Starbucks to get a clearer idea about the mall's foot traffic.

In the several hours I spent there, I saw perhaps a handful of attractive women, solo, walk by. The rest were all couples, trios, and families. Most of the women I saw did not have attractive faces (if unmasked) and/or didn't have the best bodies.

Where were all the attractive solo girls?

Chase AmanteAbout the Author: Chase Amante

Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone. So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating. After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website. He will teach you everything he knows about girls in one single program in his One Date System.



James D's picture

Hi Chase,

Could you consider making a course focused purely on increasing sex appeal?
Your website has many gems when it comes to improving sexiness.
There is no greater investment for a man than buying a course which can greatly improve his sex appeal.

Maybe you can make it video based and demonstrate various mannerisms etc? Like in One Date, you demonstrated the "cute and sexy" look. That's when I finally got it!

Chase Amante's picture


Glad to hear you liked One Date!

The course is already there -- it's Module 8 :)

Just stay tuned (or you might already have it; depends when you bought). 7.5 months after you sign up for One Date, Module 8 drops, and you get 3.5 hours of the most advanced attractive-boosting content anyone's ever put out.

Sexiness is deeply covered there, along with using the environment around you to enhance your attractiveness, frame control, etc.

Once you hit Module 8, you'll never have anothr question about being sexy again.


Zanardi's picture

With a little extra patience on daygame places, because the game is played slower there.

Kevin Bogard's picture

Hey Chase,

From the articles such as this one where you talk about your observations of other people when you’re out on the street, I’m always struck by how aware and tuned-in you are to other people. Myself, for various reasons, I got into the habit of being totally in my head and tuned-out whenever I’m out on the street; I’m also very eye-contact averse, with everybody. I don’t look, or I break off immediately. The only exception to those would be when I take very long walks or do day game sessions. And since those feel so much better because I’m really tuned-in, this ability to really absorb your environment and be totally present in it is one I very much want to automate. My question is about your eye-contact. Do you shamelessly observe everybody around you, holding eye-contact with anyone who gives it to you? Do you use the overhead eye-contact tactic from the ‘Elite EC’ article where you only look at people who look at you? Could you please give me some tips on how to emulate your own tuned-inness to the people around you when out on the streets? Somehow, probably because of social control, I’m really shy about just looking at people and observing them shamelessly!

Many thanks in advance,

Chase Amante's picture


I've noticed eye contact is extremely crucial to level of tuned-in-ness.

Any time I am feeling not tuned in, or sort of disconnected, if it bugs me and I think about it I will always realize I'm not looking at people and making eye contact. And as soon as I do... "Oh no, that old guy averted his eyes, I didn't want to make him feel intimidated. Haha, that pretty girl just looked away and hard-ignored me. Guess that's not a match. Oh wow... that girl is BEAUTIFUL and she is checking me out like mad."

And you realize you are right in it, super attuned, and having great fun.

I will bring my eyes close to someone else's eyes, typically, and if that person looks at me I'll look back. If he holds it, I'll hold it back. Whoever looks first needs to break first. If I accidentally looked first (not came near the eyes, but lookd at them) and the other person meets my eyes, I'll hold for a few moments, then look away to the side, then look back. It's a sort of dance of signaling you are not a threat. If it's a woman, after I break eye contact, I will often check her body out, then make eye contact again, and see how she responds. If she's throwing approach invitations and also stealing glances at me that's usually a blatant sign to approach. If she looks disgusted/disinterested I'll assume it's not a match.

WIth men, if a guy looks first and holds it when I return eye contact, I'll just hold that until we're close, then give him a friendly nod and a slight smile. A lot of guys break eye contact at this point. Even if they don't, you've signaled friendly intentions. Usually he'll do the same (and nod back). He at least won't feel like he needs to fight you to deescalate things.

Hope that helps!


Nolimits 's picture

Chase ! Another awesome article. I have one opinion and one question to share.

Fist of all, it’s so refreshing to see you back in the comment session. I feel like the last 2 years were a kind of business test for you where you tried backing up on commenting and see how business and revenue responded.

I’m sure you made your conclusions but if you don’t mind a super loyal reader his opinion on the matter , well, here it is.

I can’t imagine you being absent from the comment session can help any on the long term. For me, about half of the value this amazing site provide comes from your articles and your presence on the comment section.

When i sometimes wrote in and had no answer, as most of us did, that ain’t no exciting ;)

So yeah, maybe your goal is not to optimize but to grow girls chase long term as much as possible while minimizing time investment. But if it’s not, as a reader I can say : I miss your insightful comments brother.

On the request side, here’s what I would ask for : the ‘method ‘ you teach on the blog with girls is tangible and measurable. But with friends making and keeping, the subject is not covered.

I feel like I struggle with friendships although I am a guy who regularly bangs an average of pretty qualitative 30 girls a year in cities like Paris, London , Florence..

Where’s the friends challenge for me ? I feel like I don’t have a system there to lead consistently, avoid wasting time with people who just aren’t that energetic, knowing when to be less warm if needed.

To me, saying ‘just do what works with girls’ isn’t enough. I’m telling you, I’m a very social attuned guy and do have friends. But I’d like to make a solid improvement and know exactly what to do at every step of the way in that matter.

Can you start covering male friendships, and how to become a star at it ?

I’ve read the articles on the blog and they are helpful, just feel like a guy like you can change lives if he starts writing about that thouroughly.

Can you do that ?


From man whose life has improved enormously thanks to you,

Chase Amante's picture


Yeah, I always want to do comment responses. However the past couple years the business had grown to so many moving pieces and I was also so busy in my personal life that my time has been very, very scarce. So each day I'd think, "I should be responding to comments," but then I'd think, "Well, I need to do these other 20 things first," and before you know it 16 hours have gone by, I'm dog-tired, and comments have to wait till the next day. Then the next. Then the next.

I already did the "what happens when Chase steps away" experiment in 2015 and I know how that goes... it's bad for business and bad for enthusiasm among the readership. So it wasn't anything intentional this time -- just severe time shortages. I've got things organized enough for now that I've got a little time to be responding to comments. Hopefully I can keep it that way for a while.

On male friendships... I assume you've seen these?:

The biggest challenge is that most men who are worth getting to know are both busy and loners. It's often difficult to maintain active friendships with them even if they like you and you get on great with them.

That said... I will see what I can do!


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