Liquid Plummer

The Relationship Guide: Part 2

In The Relationship Guide on August 9, 2009 at 5:43 pm

Rule 3

Be aware and LOOK FOR THE LOOK.

Whenever you go out be aware of your surroundings and be especially aware of PEOPLE THAT ARE LOOKING AT YOU.

PEOPLE THAT LOOK AT YOU ARE DOING SO BECAUSE THEY LIKE WHAT THEY SEE, USUALLY.

I can hear the pathetic losers now. “Nobody looks at me”. Bullshit. Unless you look like the hunchback of Notre Dame, there are people in the world who like your ugly ass. You are most likely not paying close enough attention or don’t realize what is happening when someone is checking you out.

Rule 4

Be proactive.

People do find you attractive. When someone is looking your way. GO TALK TO THEM.

Say hi, introduce yourself, ASK THEM THEIR NAME, BE NICE and GET A PHONE NUMBER.

If you’re unsuccessful, don’t take it personal. Do you find every person you see attractive? Of course not, so don’t expect everyone to find you attractive.

If you are successful and are in a position to take it to the next level on the spot, do so by asking if they want get some coffee. If not, SAY GOODBYE AND WALK AWAY.

FOR THE MEN

One thing I think is interesting and what you should always be aware of is, you are constantly throwing off vibes that women pick up on. I’m always surprised at how often I get an opportunity to meet a girl when I am not thinking about, well, trying to meet a girl. I’m not the first one to talk about this phenomenon but I have to include it because it’s so fucking true. Women can tell when you don’t give a shit about what they’re doing and it activates their instinct to be the center of attention.

When you’re preoccupied, your body language and demeanor are relaying the message that you’re not paying attention to them, and it drives them crazy.  This is especially true for girls that think they are “all that”.  Pretty girls get a lot of attention, and probably have their whole life.  If you don’t give them that attention it does something to their brain and you can almost see them thinking to themselves. “Why isn’t this guy checking me out?”.

Many of life’s interactions have a lot to do with being able to capitalize and manipulate situations in your favor.  The point I think you should consider, more than just trying to score, is that we are genetically predisposed to certain behaviors.  The female gender has hundreds of thousand of years of instinct driving their behavior to attract a mate and procreate. The male gender has as many years of instinct to plant their seed.  Men have the need to pursue, women have the need to be pursued.  How is this relative to our discussion? If you recognize this you can use it to your advantage when you find yourself in the vicinity of a girl that you might think is out of your league.  She isn’t.

I find asking them about something totally unrelated to hitting on them, like where to find something they have in their grocery cart, or their opinion about what’s going on in the world, are good ice breakers. People love to be asked their opinion on things, it makes them feel important, and we all like to feel important.

Whatever she says try to respond with a humorous, witty remark, but not at her expense, don’t insult her, big turn off. If she laughs, you’re in. Get her number. If she gives it to you, pour on your best “I just remembered”.

You: Do you know, “Generic Band Name”

Her: “Yes/No”

You: Oh man, they’re playing tonight at “Generic Club Name”. we should go.

Hopefully you charmed the pants off of her and she agrees. If everything goes well, you’ll get to rip the pants off of her, consensually of course.

All of the above advise can just as well be utilized by the ladies.

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