How to Attract Smart Girls

Be confident and share your own knowledge to attract a witty woman.Be confident and share your own knowledge to attract a witty woman.

Attracting women takes more than a polo shirt and the right cologne, particularly if you're trying to attract intelligence. Confidence, poise and a sharp wit are all important tools when attempting to court a woman. Smart girls can be a little more difficult to attract, especially if you have no experience. However, there are a few tips that can help you with your pursuit.

Step 1

Don't try to look smarter than you actually are. A smart girl is often very attentive and will see through any charades. Act normally and keep the conversation flowing. Share knowledge that adds to the conversation; don't make up anything or pretend to know things that you don't.

Step 2

Avoid excessive fawning. An intelligent, young woman isn't looking for a guy to smother her with compliments, especially about her intelligence. Constantly telling her how smart she is may sound condescending, pretentious or make you look like you aren't used to being around smart people.

Step 3

Be open-minded and curious. If there's something you don't know about, ask. This doesn't mean to inquire about every point, but appear brain hungry. Show that you're interested in the knowledge she possesses.

Step 4

Bring up topics in which you are well versed. For example, if you're an adept carpenter or a computer virtuoso, tell her about a recent project while avoiding the nitty gritty details. Present enough information to be interesting, without going into such detail as to completely lose her.

Step 5

Spend a lot of time at a library or bookstore. These are ideal locations to meet smart girls, and by simply being there, you might gain some bonus points. When it comes time to plan a first date, try choosing a similarly intellectual setting, such as a cafe that hosts poetry readings.

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Willow Sidhe is a freelance writer living in the beautiful Hot Springs, AR. She is a certified aromatherapist with a background in herbalism. She has extensive experience gardening, with a specialty in indoor plants and herbs. Sidhe's work has been published on numerous Web sites, including

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