You may be surprised to learn that libraries are great places for picking up girls. Where else can you show off your intellectual prowess and your fine literary tastes without feeling pretentious? But more than that, libraries seem as if they were designed for meeting people. The seating arrangements are usually informal with lots of chairs placed around big tables, so no girl would think it the least bit pushy if you sat down next to her. Of course, you can’t start a full-fledged conversation with her right there. The librarian would probably ask you to talk outside, but you can get the ball rolling. Here’s how.
Perhaps you’ve stopped by the library to do some research on a big report you’re preparing. After an hour or two, you decide to take a short break. As you’re leaving, you notice a fantastically well-stacked coed bent over her books. She looks as though she’s been studying for hours and could use a rest also. So you slip into the chair by her side and say:
I’m writing a paper on the methodology of initiating interpersonal, heterosexual communication. Let’s talk.
Believe me, she’ll be delighted to get out of there for a little while and how can she pass up your offer. Obviously, you’re a friendly guy with a terrific sense of humor.