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07 Jun

Like all the best stories, this one starts in a pub.Sick of internet dating, I asked the landlord how I should go about chatting up men in real life.After the initial comment they always go on to chat, this guy included, so it’s a real winner.Effectiveness – 10/10 – Tip: You probably don’t really have to love their shoes.6) We’re in a sports pub, with footie on the big screens, a dart board on the wall and testosterone rising from the beer-spattered carpets. I sidle up to Simon, dark-haired and with an impressively neat beard, while he was playing pool.He looks confused, says he doesn’t like football and is more of a rugby man.Women in particular must keep feelings private, often even avoiding eye contact, lest they be thought ‘easy’. But it does, because men and women are both au fait with the rules of engagement and keep to them.

So, here it is: if you’re interested in a person, tell them; if not, move on gently with a smile.

New Yorkers get right down to business; Parisians take refuge in ornate but time-proven ritual; but here people just give up and go home. What British women count as obvious eye contact is, to men, no more than a blink.

When asked how they let a man know they are interested, women say ‘I look at them; I don’t need to do anything physical.

Effectiveness – 8/10 – Funny, flattering and not sleazy. 3) I introduce myself to a ginger guy called David and his tall, cute friend and ask if we can sit with them. Plus who wants to carry ice about and get their hands all wet?

2) I spot a handsome Mediterranean-looking guy going for a cigarette with his mate. They say yes and we end up talking films because they work at the cinema. 5) The problem I have with this line is it takes me quite some time to find a man whose shoes I genuinely love.