Trying to win bispak bali girl is like selling a car. You have to offer something that is in demand, and make it easy for her to say "yes". But just how do you do that?
While much depends on who you are and who she is, there are a few ground rules that you need to follow. I'll continue with the car analogy to show you what they are.
Or are you more down market, a more economical type with an emphasis on safety features, sporting a ten-year anti-corrosion warranty and impressive fuel-consumption figures?
If you have a few miles on the clock perhaps you make up for it with proven low maintenance costs, a full service history and just one previous, careful owner.
Let's hope you don't have much to hide; no worn tyres, concealed accident damage or a battery about to give up the ghost.
What are you like on a test run? Do you live up to the expectation generated by your gleaming exterior and welcoming aroma? Or are there one or two worrying noises coming from the gearbox? And does the exhaust smell offensive?
This analogy isn't quite as flippant as it sounds. If you're going to win a girl then you have to make at least as great an effort as the seller of a car. And the first thing most successful car sellers take into account is what kind of person is likely to be attracted by the kind of car they are selling.