One of the questions women always ask me is whether hitting on guys is a good move. I know why they're conflicted. We are socialized to believe that when it comes to the game of love, men should be on permanent offense. And I’ll admit that on the exceedingly rare occasions when a woman has approached me at the bar, I don’t know how to react. But that’s not to say women should play the role of damsel in distress when they spot Prince Charming. You just need to be strategic in your approach. Learn To Flirt Like A Pro
The key to successfully putting the moves on a guy is not being too overt about it. You want him to leave the encounter feeling like a stud even though you were the one with the cojones to start things off. Here are a few ideas you can try out, preferably at a bar or party:
Ask him to settle an argument. This one requires some help from a combative girlfriend. Maneuver yourself close to your target and then start pushing your homegirl’s buttons with provocative assertions like "Dave Coulier was cuter than John Stamos." When things start getting heated, ask your crush to play tiebreaker. Soon enough you’ll be the Rebecca to his Uncle Jesse.
Ask him where he got his shirt. He’ll probably say, "I dunno, it’s just a shirt," but that's only because he doesn't want to seem like a wussy fashion heva—odds are he knows who designed his shirt and is tickled that you asked. If you’re feeling especially bold, reach around his neck and look at the tag.
Tell him he looks like a high school classmate. Maybe this is immoral, but I'd also advise making up some crazy story about the dude just to get the ball rolling. As long as you're not trying to make yourself look good, I think tall tales are a perfectly acceptable courting tool. And if you end up together it will be a cute story for the kids.
Ask him if he knows what song is playing. Be judicious with this one—if you ask him during the national anthem he might suspect you're up to something.
Have you ever hit on a guy? Do you have any sneaky tricks or your own? And how can I put the moves on a girl without skeeving her out?