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People worry about being rejected but most people would be really flattered by someone coming up to them and they would be nice about it." Dating and relationship expert Shelley Whitehead agrees."These days people are so reliant on online dating and believe it is the only way to go, but personal introductions, even in everyday situations such as being in a queue, can lead to amazing opportunities." I had my own experience of this a few years ago.
I’d had a short conversation with a man about something mundane, such as which tills were open, while I was grabbing a sandwich at Euston Station.
But here's the thing: My friend has some kind of flirtatious magnetic power.
She's managed to get multiple offers for dates through this strategy.
"Everyone seems happier and has a more pleasant interaction when they connect versus sit in isolation." There are also complications with meeting people online, as you can never really tell what the person is like.
This Reddit thread about people’s worst online dating experiences is a testament to the awkward situations that can arise.