How to meet and date the beautiful women of Medellin
(even if your Spanish sucks)
Jump the learning curve
Dating is by far the most exciting thing to do in Medellín. 'Paisa' women are friendly and confident, feminine and sexual. And many of them are very curious about foreign men.
But they have their own way of doing things, and a lot of guys struggle to gain traction early on.
Especially if your Spanish is limited, there's a learning curve even for simple dating situations like gauging real interest, making plans for time alone or clarifying your intentions.
The good news: Most of the typical 'gringo' mistakes can be avoided or even flipped to your advantage.
Once you understand the psychology of paisa women and how to navigate local dating culture, success becomes a matter of putting yourself out there.
So fuck trial and error. Get all the cheat codes, and start having fun in Medellín right now.
This is your unfair advantage
Our guide is based on nine years of decoding paisa dating behavior and psychology.
Here you'll learn:
The right Spanish makes all the difference
Survival Spanish isn’t very sexy, and relying on Google Translate makes you sound like a Nigerian scammer when you’re texting her.
On the other hand, speaking Spanish with a decent Medellín accent is an instant credibility-builder and a predictable fascination trigger.
When they hear something so familiar coming from an unexpected source, they're flattered and intrigued, and you've got their attention.
We’ve organized and studio-recorded over 900 phrases covering a range of dating scenarios, from introductions to small talk to sex. Text confidently and chat her up in precise, local Spanish.
Try it: Click to learn how to confidently get a phone number in Spanish, anywhere at any time.
Get the answer, get the girl
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If you need to know a specific phrase, or want to chat about a weird Medellín dating situation, we're here.
It’s easier than guessing wrong.
“I only had 6 days in Medellín and I don't speak Spanish. I was able to go out with three pretty nice girls and hook up with one too.”
“Once you understand how they think, and why they do certain things, it's not hard at all.”
“Some of the Spanish phrases are beyond my current level, but the stuff I have tried so far works exactly like it says in the guide.”
“I made more progress in one week than my first two months in Medellín.”
“The woman I'm seeing asked me all suspicious what happened to my accent. She thought I was practicing Spanish with someone else.”
“This is brilliant advice. Thanks guys.”