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It's so easy to meet single guys at parties, but we often make the mistake of hanging out in a corner with our girl friends all night, and we're too shy to approach anyone. I was at Home Depot the other day, and it was hot-guy-central.

The guy you have your eye on won't notice you if you're tucked away in that same corner all night, so here's the deal: If you want a guy to notice you at a party, you should be standing in a high-traffic area. The moment you spot a guy buying tools who catches your eye, walk past him, stop and say, “Do you, by chance, know what I need to buy to install my floating shelves?

Instead of talking about how cute they are, why not send one of them a drink?

Ask his server what he's drinking, and ask them to bring him one from you.

Line-ups are boring, and he'd probably rather chat with you than check his phone for the next five minutes.

If you're at Starbucks, for example, try tapping him on the shoulder and saying something like, “Hey, if I buy a brownie will you eat half? And the type of guy you'll meet while volunteering will probably be a good-quality, nice guy you can bring home to Mom.”Then, you can start chatting about home decorating, what he's buying and why.It's an effortless conversation topic that can easily lead to a date.If you're in the same volunteering group, you can chat with him, mention you're going to be volunteering at another event next weekend and ask him if he'd like to join you.Plenty of successful, entrepreneurial men work all day or all night at coffee shops.Over 4.3 billion men and women live in Asia, making up 60% of the world’s population, and Asian-Americans account for 5.6% of the American population.