I haven't been going out to bars so much lately, so I've been mainly approaching girls during the day. I'm pushing myself to talk to more and the more I talk to the easier it gets for me. But the problem I'm having right now is that I'm having trouble getting more than just a quick blow off. I've noticed that when I know where I'm trying to lead the conversation, I'll get there even though I'll stumble or trip over my words. But in trying to just get myself used to talking to girls in a calm fashionable manner, when approaching a random quickly without much forethought I'll sound like a bumbling fool and they'll stare at me like "what is this guy talking about?" Would it be a good idea to have not set routines or lines (I don't like routines), but rather to have certain endpoints to keep in mind as a place to lead the conversation? If so what would be some good examples of that?
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