I would argue that you could read all the articles ever written on the topic of the and still miss out on a metropolis of guys that would be perfect for you because your not outgoing enough with your own, unique passions.
That’s not to say that a list of the 10 best places to meet guys isn’t valuable, but like we teach on the weekends, try and use it to spark your own imagine as opposed to treating it like the definitive guide…
In fact I don’t think that I can recall ever being asked by a guy where to meet more women, yet the topic of meeting men and the best places to meet men is something that seems eternally fascinating to women, as many are never meeting their ideal man.
On our weekends, a topic that we cover in a lot of detail is the best places to meet guys.
When we go through this, rather than just giving you the definitive list of places to go, we encourage you to think of your own by asking this one very important question… Before answering definitively, consider why he’d be there, what makes him the type of guy that would go to where you’re thinking, and is it a specific enough place.
I think there is a vast difference between the types of guy that women go after.
If again you like the idea of being outdoors, (and don’t mind taking a risk on the weather!
) why not head over to Regent’s Park to see a show in the summer?
Not only is this a great place to meet guys, it’s another great place to practice the great body language tips that you’ve be working on.Go and see your favourite Tennis stars in action, and walk the grounds between matches.‘Henman Hill’ (or newly named ‘Murrayfield’) is always packed with people relaxing, watching the tennis, who are all out to have a good time.Living in London, you’ll have a few Apple stores to choose from (Regent’s St, Covent Garden & Brent Cross to name a few).If ever there was going to be a place swarming with men, all happy to give you their help and opinion on something, then it’s the apple store.