Plus, if you do what I suggested in the previous section and sit next to the people who look like they would be cool or interesting, it makes it even easier to talk to those people. It probably isn’t a good idea to trash talk them if they support a different team (like every University of Florida fan on earth), or to tell them that they know nothing about sports, but a conversation should be good enough.
Next thing you know, you guys could really be hitting it off and you end up dating the girl only to realize that she’s actually a psychopath who doesn’t even go to your college and is only living there to get away from her parents
Whether they are the weirdos who play dubstep music at 3 AM or the kids who seem super chill and funny, you will be bound to get along with at least some of them (unless they are the dubstep kids).
I met a lot of people when I lived on campus, and 90% of the interactions started with me talking to them in the elevator. Elevators are awkward enough already, so there is no need to make them more awkward by staring at your phone and pretending to be interested in whatever basic travel pictures are being posted.
Start with a simple “Hey, how’s it going” to the girl next door as you pass her on your way to class. Introduce yourself. Ask her how she likes living here. Then, say how it was nice to meet her as you leave and talk to her a bit more every time you see her. But hey, guess what, you wouldn’t have known if you didn’t talk to https://datingreviewer.net/nl/japancupid-overzicht her.
Okay, okay, I realize my jokes aren’t funny and that wasn’t a good example, but I think you get what I am saying. The only reason that most people struggle to meet someone, is because they don’t try. Going out and standing at a bar not talking to anyone doesn’t count as trying. As long as you make at least a little bit of effort, you will eventually begin to meet people.
Would I blow your mind if I told you that you can easily meet people in places where people usually hang out? Crazy, right?
On the real though, areas where people congregate and linger around, are good places to meet people. A good example that I can think of straight-off-the-bat, is the student union or dining hall of your campus. There is absolutely nothing wrong with asking a girl if you can sit next to her when there aren’t any other open tables around. As long as you aren’t weird and creepy about it, there shouldn’t be a problem. Talk to the person next to you in line.
The one exception that I tend to make, is when people are studying. I don’t like interrupting people who seem like they are busy, so I would (personally) avoid talking to people who are extremely focused or into what they are doing.
It is undeniable that 99.9% of college events are lame. I don’t know why campuses think a group viewing of “Peppa Pig” with free pizza is a good idea, because we all know that people will just take the pizza and leave. But, there are some college hosted events that can be pretty cool. Whether it is a comedy night, a pool party, free food, an interesting movie, or an ice-cream social, there are bound to be at least a few interesting events.