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This ap­proach in­volves a lit­tle more strat­egy. You don’t want to be that ran­dom girl who sits alone at a ta­ble on boys’ night. Awk­ward. Dr Gold­stein sug­gests find­ing a way to get him to in­vite you to his ta­ble. If you end up sit­ting down, read the signs. “If he is chat­ting in a friendly man­ner and not run­ning away, then chances are you’re good to go,” she says. If he’s ig­nor­ing you, ex­cuse yourself and move on. Telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions worker Da­vide, 22, says, “I would ini­tially like it be­cause of the con­fi­dence she dis­played, but she would have to have a good rea­son for ap­proach­ing me, other­wise she’s a sleaze.” HOW: Take back-up (your girl­friends) and ask if all their seats are taken. If they’re into you (and not off the mar­ket), they might ask you to join.

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