Now, there are certain rules to follow when striking up a conversation with strangers online.
It’s important to keep these in mind; remember safety always comes first!
While chatting up a stranger may seem new and exciting, we want to make sure that you stay safe while still having fun.
Here are a few do’s and don’ts of chit-chatting with strangers online. Never, ever EVER share your personal information with a stranger.
Remember, that “hilarious” mate who insists on insulting a woman to get her interest won’t get you anywhere.
We didn’t enjoy it when you were pulling our pigtails in the playground and nothing has changed.
If you really are going away, wait until you get back to ask her out.
A good rule of thumb: if you aren’t available for a date within 7 days of sending the message, don’t send it.
You can order a pizza, find how-to videos, and even make a few friends along the way.
We were approaching our final destination and stood up to queue by the train doors, as British people feel compelled to do.
A man casually leaned over to a girl who’d walked across from the opposite carriage and asked, “Have you had lunch?
” She looked slightly taken aback (hardly surprising, considering there was absolutely no preamble) and said “Pardon?
” He replied, “Well, it’s lunchtime and I just wondered if you have had yours yet.” After confirming she hadn’t, he continued: “Shall we go and get lunch together, then?