Research shows that only 6% of couples meet in bar.
Most couples meet at some form of social activity as shown in this chart: Imagine the possibilities if you can come up with a plan to meet the remaining 78% women -The women who are not in bars, have their guards down and are open to meeting men.
This makes it harder to pickup women at bars than at most places.
Men who focus on bar scene miss the best and nicest women that are hanging out at other places.
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