Head­ing out on a man hunt? Take a tip from the guys and re­cruit a friend to be your part­ner-in-crime. Just be sure to follow th­ese rules of en­gage­ment...

Cosmopolitan (India) - - LOVE & LUST -


Bad Mr BFF’s Fu­ture Hubby:

I love this song!

Re­ally? Aditi to­tally loves mu­sic, too!

Good Mr BFF’s Fu­ture Hubby:

I love this song!

Re­ally? Aditi’s been try­ing to get me to lis­ten to this band but I just don’t see the big deal.


Don’t think your friends are up to the job? In the US, you can hire a pro for the gig. So­ci­ol­o­gist Susan Baxter

is the founder of Hire a Bos­ton Wing­woman and says the big­gest no-no is ap­proach­ing a guy at the

wrong time. “Even if you’ve got the best open­ing line in the world, if he’s in the mid­dle of an in-depth con­ver­sa­tion with some­one and you

barge in, that’s the worst.” your boss, it’s dif­fer­ent to how you speak to the in­sanely hot guy at the gym? Think about that and err on the side of ‘boss’ when talk­ing to Mr BFF’s Fu­ture Hubby. You don’t want him to think you fancy him, and you don’t want him to fancy you. Aim to get a convo started be­tween them, and then bow out. First, though...

Keep it to text. Hid­ing be­hind the cur­tain and giv­ing ad­vice is a bit much!

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