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Single 23 year old, first time in Vegas?

Discussion in 'Vegas Nightlife' started by redguy88, Aug 4, 2012.

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  1. DjZZeRo

    DjZZeRo Tourist

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    For a advice, I was at Vegas. I recommend you hitting up the lounges. I really like the Cosmos lounge, it was nice. I met a girl there drinking alone, I first thought she was a prostitute haha. We were talking and just had fun. Then we went to my hotel room ;).

    But a advice is, don't think about getting laid. Have fun sometimes you might find people whos just down to have fun and chill. Sometimes they might want more. I just love Vegas because they are so many people you can meet, it's always great!
     
  2. raraavis

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    am i the only female posting on this thread??? :wink2: these guys are right, unfortunately. women tend to hang in packs, especially when alcohol is involved. i've played both the role of the sober protector (cock block!:nono:) and the wanton drunk. :evillaugh success usually comes when you have a friend for your "target's" friend. there have been times where a guy wanted to pick me up, but no one wanted to pick up my friend. the guy left without me. i would never leave a friend for a guy. however, you might have luck with a big group of women because your gal won't feel guilty leaving the friends behind since there are a bunch.

    from a woman's perspective, for some reason it seems risky to go back to a hotel with a guy in vegas but not so risky going back home with a guy at a local bar. don't ask me to explain the logic in that because there isn't any! :kill:

    you're also going for a different demographic: the older woman. btw, what do you consider an older woman (i might fall into that category at 30! :Þ). older women are generally more confident and know what kind of guy they want, so they might hit on you first instead of vice versa. :kiss:

    i think you've gotten good advice here. i think you'll have a great time whether you meet new friends or not! :thumbsup:
     
  3. captainron62

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    Very good point! We have all fell victim to the lonely friend, aka C.B. Always a lot easier to close the deal when you can occupy the friend with one of your buddies. Its a big difference asking a girl to go back to your room alone, or asking if she and her friend want to come up and hang with you and your buddy and have a few drinks!!
     
  4. redguy88

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    Well I am only 23, and my first time was when I was 20 and it was with a 35 year old divorcee. I've been with more women in their 30s than in their 20s.

    I think what makes me appeal more to older women (30+ years old) is that even though this younger generation (the 18-25 year olds) have a reputation for being, for lack of a better term, slutty...I actually believe it's a misconception.

    I've been in so many circumstances where the younger woman sends naughty pics, texts naughty things, flirts, winks, but when the time comes to make a move, she has turned away from my kiss! Naked pictures, okay...but a kiss isn't?

    In contrast, if I get a flirt or naughty pics or something from a woman who is older, she's more likely to kiss me, and then some.

    Basically, I know it might sound bad, but I don't like girls who tease. I like girls who please. Quite frankly, if I sit and have a few drinks over conversation with a woman 12 years my senior, I'm more likely to get laid than if I'm in a loud club and briefly capture the attention of a drunk girl who is with seven of her millions of friends and says, "You're cute" only to disappear a few minutes later.

    Does it make sense? Anybody see my viewpoint?
     
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