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The guy you have your eye on won't notice you if you're tucked away in that same corner all night, so here's the deal: If you want a guy to notice you at a party, you should be standing in a high-traffic area. The moment you spot a guy buying tools who catches your eye, walk past him, stop and say, “Do you, by chance, know what I need to buy to install my floating shelves?

”Then, you can start chatting about home decorating, what he's buying and why.

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If you spot an empty seat next to a cutie, sit down and ask him what book he's reading, introduce yourself and make small talk.

That small talk could result in numbers being exchanged.

It's an effortless conversation topic that can easily lead to a date.

Any sort of line-up is a great excuse to chat with someone.

Here are 16 places to meet single guys IRL, as well as some tips on how to talk to him once you spot him: I can't count the number of times I've had a drink at a busy restaurant, and I could see at table of attractive men nearby.

Instead of talking about how cute they are, why not send one of them a drink?

We exchanged numbers, and he commended me on my confidence, saying that nobody had ever done that before. ”Hardware stores are one of the easiest places to meet men, especially since so many of them shop there.

It's so easy to meet single guys at parties, but we often make the mistake of hanging out in a corner with our girl friends all night, and we're too shy to approach anyone. I was at Home Depot the other day, and it was hot-guy-central.

Sometimes, only certain tables have an outlet to plug in your laptop, which is a great excuse to ask to share the table (since you need that plug).

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