You can pick a few from below, modify them to fit you better, and later make up your own. A couple of solid, tried-and-tested openers are enough. This opener involves approaching a woman, pointing to a guy you (supposedly) think is “perfect” for her, and trying to take her over to meet him.
Invariably she’ll refuse, and then you can say how she should trust you because you’re a great matchmaker.
That opener leads nicely into conversation on dating and relationships.
Her objection is projected onto the other guy, so you’ve got less chance of getting rejected yourself.
He says he wants my advice, but I think he’s already made his mind up.
All of the examples below include roots, but remember that you can always go the spontaneous route if the situation calls for it. Here’s how you might deliver this one: “You look like you can help me with something.
A well-crafted opinion opener can guarantee you a few minutes of conversation in which to make a connection.
You’ve got two delivery options: you can either make it seem spontaneous or “root” it.
This one puts them on the spot slightly and then releases the tension; they’ll laugh if it’s delivered right. Opinion Openers Opinion openers, a subcategory of indirect openers, are the easiest way for a newbie to start a conversation in a quiet club or bar.
They’re good in that they can get a long conversation started pretty easily.
They will likely be in conversation already, or at least thinking about something with a conversation going on inside their head. Think about how you do this in your own life; be aware of your interaction next time you join a group.