There's a cute girl at a grocery store I frequent. She's usually working as a cashier, so I get a chance to see her face to face and talk every once in a while. Today I even went in to pick up a few things real quick and although she didn't ring me out, she saw me from the next lane over and gave me a bright smile and mouthed a "Hey!", so I'm thinking there's a mutual attraction going on.
You're right, there could be some kind of mutual attraction happening. I would suggest trying to talk with her somehow...hmm.
Maybe buy something random, and get her to check you out at the register, and then ask her if she likes what you bought. Something like that. Idk...maybe buy some cookies, "yea these are great, i love these" or something...
Next time you pay, have a bit of paper with your number on it. Give it to her with your cash/card, smile and tell her to get in touch sometime. Now get the hell out and don't look back. This usually works better with cash as the less time she has to dwell on it the better.
Buy some condoms, lube, and a tractor magazine.
"Hey, I know you're a little busy now, but would you like to maybe later hang out, get to know each other?"
"Sure." (Or some good reply).
>>3 this idea will make him look like a nutcase stalker. bad idea. just go there and freestyle it man, use whatever natural charisma u got.
Just ask her about her self. Nothing like, "SO, WHAT'S YOUR BLOOD TYPE AND WHERE DO YOU LIVE?" Maybe something simple and nonthreatening like, "So, how long have you worked here?" or "Been in the area long" or just a simple "How's it going today?"
I work as a cashier at a grocery store too!
I agree with 4 that there is something if she says hello to you without being forced. It's usually quieter the later it is at night, which is easier to initiate genuine conversation. Maybe after a few days of >>8 's strategy you can ask her what she is doing later after work.
well, i work at a Safeway as courtesy clerk, but our hours are basically the same as the cashiers. It tends to be slow in the mornings, and closer to closing...
Never go in on the weekend though. it's sure to be packed (expecially on sundays... i didnt think so many people went grociery shopping on sundays...)
Or, try to go around at her lunch break hour, and when you see she's closing, just go up to her and say "hey, you're taking a lunch break? care if I eat a piece of something with you?"
Might take a few attempts to have her break hour right, also remember cashiers' hours often vary during the week.