According to Slate, bookstores are the place for bibliophiles to meet, fall in love and even get engaged. Here are some pick-up strategies for the next time you find yourself browsing the shelves.1.
Choose the Right Bookstore The bookstore in the Slate article is an independent bookstore in Brooklyn, frequented by like-minded, book-loving youths.
Stepping into a bookstore like that is sort of like stepping into a club, but not just because everyone loves books: Everyone also hangs out in the same trendy neighborhood, and probably has similar political leanings, as well.
These factors combine to make it a great pick-up place...whereas you probably won't have as much luck at, say, the Borders at Penn Station, where what most people have in common is a desperate search for a clean bathroom.__2.
(Cheesy line delivery is welcome in this instance.) 2.
Grab a random book near where the cute stranger is standing.
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“Oh, this is that cool book that helps you meet interesting girls in the history section.” 3. ” “I check here weekly to keep tabs on my buddy Clooney.” 6.
If you’ve read the book the person is looking at, provide a quick, entertaining review. “What do you look for in a man, other than impressive literacy skills?
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