I'm years behind on my game. I'm recently out of almost 4 straight years of serious relationships (two different girls). So, the last time I was concerned with picking up a girl, I was in highschool and you tended to see them every day and all the bullshit kiddie drama just fostered crushes and shit went from there. Now, I'm a junior in college, and I haven't the slightest clue on the basics of picking up girls. I'm not socially inept by any means, I'm a likable guy who likes to go out and make friends - im comfortable and confident. I'm talking step one shit here, nothing after that. Basically what I'm asking is - I can't fathom that walking up to random girls that you've never met and aren't friends with any of your friends or anything at a random frat dance party and saying hey whats your name lets go dance could actually work... does it? Is that the norm? Is that a tactic reserved for dudes who really don't give a fuck? I don't get it. I'm starting from almost square one since I've broken up with my gf as far as girls go, and I need to know how to get started. I just walk around looking for some sort of invitation like a fucking tool, and it's clearly not working.