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If there is a strong enough connection, "how you met" probably won't be enough to prevent or disrupt it.

There is also the chance that there will be some other coincidence that makes the encounter incredibly random, despite the environment – maybe you find out that you both come from the same town on the other side of the country, or that you have identical ancestry, or that you are both obsessed with the same nerdy sci-fi movie, even though you met in a nightclub.

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Girls know that they want to meet men, they know where they will be hit on, and they go there for that reason.

The encounter might take place in an exciting, fast-paced and sexually-charged atmosphere, but that's just superficial ornamentation.

There isn't necessarily anything wrong with the girls themselves, but I don't respect my relationships with them because I didn't have to work very hard to make those relationships happen.

Men are very keenly aware that things of low value are easy to obtain, and so we assume (and in most cases are right) that things that are easy to obtain are low in value. In my early twenties, approaching a random girl in a bar and attracting her enough to get her phone number took balls and felt like a real accomplishment - because at the time, for me, it was.

And as I explained in previous posts, you still have to consider the disadvantages posed by what I've explained above, along-side the low probability of getting off on the right foot somewhere less intentional, like a shopping mall or at work. I am saying that you should be cognizant of the fact that men – just like women – will not respect or value what comes too easily, whether it comes too easily because (a) it is too mechanical or (b) because it requires very little effort.

The converse of this is that men will value their encounter with you in proportion to how (a) unlikely or (b) difficult it was.There have been plenty of girls that I've met through friends or randomly in public, but in bars, the sheer density of attractive, young, single women is enormously greater than it is on the street or beach or office (or anywhere else); and my dating history reflects that.I've made the point previously that the higher concentration of the opposite sex in nightlife venues is a good thing, and I stand by what I said.I probably don't need to explain to most women how un-romantic it is to receive flowers on Valentine's Day. In fact, it is exactly the opposite of random; it is boring because it is too mechanical, too planned.It might be nice, and it might be better than never receiving flowers, but it isn't romantic because it is too predictable. Guys know that they want to meet girls, they know where to find them, and they go there to do so.If you meet a guy tomorrow who is the way I was at 22, for whom it is a big deal to meet a girl in a bar, then this isn't going to be an issue at all.

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