I have been wanting to find myself a boyfriend but I realized that the only time I really go out is with a small group of friends. Is a guy more likely to approach and flirt with me if I am with my friends or by myself. I am not saying I have to be approached I do my share of flirting as well but I am curious if a group of 2 or 3 is less/more approachable than a single person.
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By herself. Friends will very likely ruin the approach. Some will get jealous that you're just paying attention to one girl, or that they weren't the ones approached, so they will easily try to become the center of attention instead of leaving both of you talk.
Some girls will automatically turn you down, just because "it's a girls night", so even though you're approaching their friend, and maybe that friend wants to be approached, that single friend will push the guy away.
I've realized that it's better not to approach when a girl is on a group, that's why she's with people, I usually try to play the staring game, if she plays too, I'll make a signal to her, so that we can go talk alone. If she was alone the whole time there's no need for games.0