Master Don Juan
- May 31, 2020
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It's good that you mention online shopping. Online shopping has had an effect upon mall foot traffic and the possibilities for mall approaching.Ask a few women where they shop for clothes nowadays
I started doing mall approaching after reading Roosh's 2011 book "Day Bang". By 2011-2012, online shopping was a common practice for a lot of consumers and had already been affecting malls.
Mall approaching likely would have been better in the 1990s-2000s. I can imagine that it would have also been inefficient in that time period as well.
Typically, younger women will be at the mall with a boyfriend/husband. Older women will many times be shopping alone and can be approached if that's your target range.
When you refer to older women, how old are you thinking?
Appreciate the clarification there. As a 40 year old man, I am open to dating 35+. It's realistic for me at this point. I would date a 35-39 year old childless woman. There would be some points of discussion there but I would be open to it if the fit makes sense.When I say "older" I am saying 35+. Not super old but not "young and fertile" like most of the posters at SS are gunning for.
In real life, it is easier to meet childless 25-34 year olds than 35-39 year olds. 35-39 and childless is hypertargeted and a swipe app would offer that sort of hypertargeted prospect. I'd rather meet women in real life.
In "Day Bang", when Roosh was discussing mall game, he mentioned that bigger department stores are the best plays for older women. When Roosh was writing that book, he was 31-32 years old. When I've been in the bigger department stores like Dillard's and Nordstrom, I have noticed that the clientele does tend to be a bit older and even older than me. In a bigger department store, there's more likely to be married women and divorced single moms than the 35-39 year old childless woman.
When doing mall approaching, I have spent time in both bigger department stores, smaller stores with a younger target demographic, and inside the corridors in between stores.
Mall approaching is generally inefficient so doing it in the way you describe is sensible.But admittedly, I have never gone to a mall just to approach women. I always go to do some shopping and if I see a woman I like I approach.