ADVICE -- Slow Down.
Posted Mon Aug 21, 2006 06:01 PM
Next time you meet a woman or go on a date, I would like for you to try the follwing: slow down as much as possible.
When you talk, talk slow. When you move, move slow.
Why? Because slowing down will make you come off as a much more confident and mysterious person.
Don't believe me? Rent any old James Bond move. Really observe the way Bond moves. See if he's ever in a rush when there aren't any bombs exploding around him.
Remember, a man who's in control has no reason to be in a hurry. They are always relazed because they just KNOW they are in charge of the situation. Every move a confident man makes is slow and almost "calculated". Just like James Bond, he just knows when to pick up his cup and when to raise an eyebrow. Women know this, and that's why they go for the "strong, silent type."
Another example? Okay, here's a more "recent" one. Remember Evan Marriot in the first season of Joe Millionaire on TV? Not the smartest guy, is he? But women find him sexy. He's not exactly the most articualte person in the world, but all the ladies dig him because of his body language. If you observed the way he moved, you'll find that he's one of the slowest guys in the world.
Another example? Okay. Just watch any episode of "Blind Date" or any other dating show. The strong, silent, slow type ALWAYS win and get picked at the end. As for the hyperactive goofballs? Well, the almost never get the girls.
Now, who would YOU rather be? The stud or the goofball?
Posted Mon Aug 21, 2006 07:13 PM
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Posted Mon Aug 21, 2006 07:35 PM
I guess you skipped the part where I mentioned Joe Millionaire and the average real person making a fool out of themselves on national TV on the dating shows. They are not fictitious. Someone out there actually knows who that person on the dating show is.
I stand by what I said.
Posted Mon Aug 21, 2006 07:56 PM
And speaking of scripts, you know reality shows have whole teams of script writers. So that doesn't prove anything either.
Stand by it all you want, but "Don't believe me?" is a challenge that you're going to give us proof and you didn't.
And you make jumps that don't mean anything, like slow to calculated to strong and silent. What's this thing about advice anyway? Are we supposed to know who you are?
Posted Mon Aug 21, 2006 08:21 PM
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