I used to be the dorkiest romantic in high school. I’d make up all kinds of scenarios in my head. I’d buy girls roses and chocolates every Valentine’s Day. I’d write them letters and poems.
It didn’t work well for me, though. Then, after a painful breakup with my first girlfriend, I became a romantique decu, which is French for someone who’s disillusioned about romance. I then switched up, told myself I was going to get my revenge and would be ruthless and emotionless with women.
I never connected with romantic heroes in moviesmovies like “Titanic” with DiCaprio or “Romeo and Juliet.” They left a bitter taste in my mouth. I always found the romantic hero somehow weak and not firm enough.
Adaptability, wit, and quick, intelligent responses. There you have it. You can’t possibly call yourself a player or think you’re any good if you’re not an improvisation master.
I honestly never know what I’m going to tell a woman before I see her. When I do, the lines or moves go through my head really fast, and I usually know EXACTLY what to do or say at that precise time.
THE MOMENT OF TRUTH, so to speak, as you make your approach.
Ninety percent of the guys who come to me for advice lack dominance. When I go out with them to observe how they approach women, it’s usually obvious. What I mean by dominance in this context is male assertiveness in the flirting-seduction process. With experience, when you’re in a club, you’ll be able to notice the difference between a guy who’s trying to pick up a girl and one who’s her lover or boyfriend. When I make my approach and it works, I’ll probably fool you into thinking that either I knew the woman or I am a former lover of hers, but nothing could be further from the truth.
It may seem like a tiny detail to you (if you’re inexperienced), but this means the world for your competition.
Unless you’re gay and haven’t came out of the closet yet, confused, or you’re in a monogamous relationship, when you talk to a woman you find attractive (in a context conducive to seduction), you’re looking for the following:
1. Sexual companionship without any emotional attachment or commitment (fuck buddy, onenight stand)
2. Sexual companionship with some emotional attachment or commitment (long-term relationship, fling)
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