5 Ways To Pick-up Your Bank Teller When You’re Broke

You’re in line at your local bank, and there she is as always, the beautiful bank teller. She’s always polite, smiles, makes great small talk, and you can’t decide whether she is being nice to you or just doing her job. You want to speak to her about something other than your banking needs, but it’s tough to be smooth in a bank. Security guards are watching, there are cameras pointed at you everywhere, an angry line is right behind you waiting for their turn, and that’s not the worse part. This girl is looking right at your account, and you have $22.19 to your name. How are you supposed to even ask a girl out when she can clearly see you don’t have any money to take her out? Don’t worry guys; The Brolog is here to guide you into these difficult waters.
Don’t hide: She can see your balance; she can see where you have been spending your money. You took out $200 at the Wicked Kitty strip club last weekend, it’s right there on the screen.  Find a way to make light of your financial straints.  Use what you have to your advantage.  Tell her you spent all your money for your friend’s bachelor party and you could use a quieter weekend coming up. If it’s the holidays, tell her you really wanted to go all out for gifts for your family this year. Find a way to make being broke not so unattractive. Hard, yes, but doable.
Don’t dress like you’re broke: You are already broke going in there; don’t dress like you are. Be presentable when you walk into the bank. At least appear to have an income of some sort.
Make use of the small talk: She has to be nice and make small talk with you (it’s her job), use that to your advantage. Have a predetermined line of questions you want to ask her so that you can get the most information as possible from her. “So what do you do when you are not counting money?” Be clever, be quick, you only have a few minutes to make an impression here. She will see hundreds of customers throughout the day, make her remember you.
 Make a deposit: Before you go to the bank, make a deposit. Get your account to the most respectable amount that you can muster. Or take cash into the bank to deposit with her. This at least gives the image of you making money and being responsible.
Plan your date wisely (if successful in your encounter): If she is willing to go out with you, don’t try to impress her by taking her to the most expensive restaurant in town, spending money that you and she both know you don’t have. Find something fun to do that’s in your price range. Plan a date that you are comfortable with and can be yourself.
It’s definitely no easy task, and it’s advised that only the more seasoned veteran bro’s attempt such a difficult task. Nonetheless, be courageous in all your encounters.
*originally distributed on www.thebrolog.com
David Anthony


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