A Guy's Guide to Seducing Arden Leigh 1.
I have a weakness for words. Written words especially, but the spoken kind will also suffice. 2. My current fantasy crush is Patrick Jane from The Mentalist. Not Simon Baker the actor, but Patrick Jane, the character he plays. And also Derren Brown, who is a real person, but is unfortunately (for me) gay, or at least highly rumored to be. I into rockabilly. 4. I love Iggy Pop. I have a weakness for a certain amount of LARPiness. In moderation, anyway. (LARP = Live Action Role Play, or Dungeons and Dragons in the Park. LARPiness therefore applies to the aesthetic of Ren faires, pirates, SCA, and all that sort of ridiculous nerdy fantasia.) 6. I love Johnny Depp. Also Tim Burton. 8. I like good food. 9. I like good scotch. 10. I like beautiful lingerie. 11. I tend to hang out at Three of Cups in the east village. 1. I admitted my weakness for words in my blog post "The World Through His Eyes." But you could probably also tell that from my being a Facebook fan of a company called Write Bloody Publishing. 2. I have been Facebook updating about The Mentalist and my huge crush on Patrick Jane, and I have mentioned Derren Brown on my Facebook and my blog. 3. There are pictures all over my Facebook of me at the Viva Las Vegas convention from and as well as events posted of me singing with a New York rockabilly band. 4. There a picture on my Facebook of me kissing a picture of Iggy Pop, and I made some references to lines in his songs. 5. I not only admitted to a weakness for a streak of LARPiness in the comment section of one of my blogs, but I also admitted on Facebook that I very excited about possibly attending the upcoming Dances of Vice event, which is pirate/mermaid/sailor/castaway themed. 6. You know about Johnny Depp from my blog entry, and Tim Burton from the "movies" section on my Facebook profile. 7. You know about Robert Greene from a Facebook Top 5 and also from the "books" section on my profile. 8. You know I like good food because I Facebook updated about going to Dylan Prime and said in a Top 5 that I secretly wish I could attend culinary school. 9. There a picture of me covetously holding burberry home a new bottle of Lagavulin, a name only serious scotch drinkers know. 10. The lingerie part should be obvious from most of my modeling photos, but for good measure there a photo of me at the Agent Provocateur in London and another of me at the Chantal Thomass in Paris. 11. Three of Cups is the only bar/restaurant of which I a Facebook fan. What can you deduce about me from these conclusions? More importantly, what can you deduce from these conclusions if you looking to seduce me? First, it probably pretty obvious that I into vintage rock and roll type guys, since I like rockabilly and Iggy Pop. I probably go for guys with a lot of tattoos, and who either wear cowboy shirts and pompadours or tight pants and eyeliner. You can also tell I like rock and roll boys since I hang out a lot at Three of Cups (a divey rock and roll bar). Since I admit to liking Patrick Jane, Derren Brown, and Robert Greene, I clearly like guys who are aggressively smart and who seem to have mental superpowers combined with a sort of harmless amorality. Add in my love of Iggy Pop and Johnny Depp, and you can assume I also have a weakness for guys who are rebellious, possessed of an amiable burberry duffle disdain for conventional society, and generally all around badboys. My weakness for words and LARPiness in moderation means I will be more likely to fall for a guy if he can talk like he walked out of a Harlequin novel. See also, Tim Burton: I compelled by an element of dark fantasia. My love for good food and good scotch means I a bit of an epicurean. My love of lingerie points to both epicureanism as well as fantasia. And the fact that I shopped for lingerie in London and Paris should tell you quite a bit too. So how would you use this knowledge if you were planning on seducing me? Based on the aforementioned conclusions, how would you dress if we were meeting for dinner? Where would you take me for dinner? Do you think I be up for doing something adventurous, maybe even a little dangerous, afterward? Or would I prefer to simply see a movie with you? What sort of compliments would you pay me, and how would you say them? Do you think I would mind if you acted a little cocky, or would I mind more if you acted self deprecating? Am I going to care more about what in your bank account, or about what you passionate about? Could you imagine what an ideal evening would be like for me? How about an ideal weekend getaway? (Here a hint: it wouldn be a hike on a nature trail. In fact you should at this point doubt whether I even own sneakers.) I bet you probably have a pretty decent idea by now of what I like, what I into, and what would turn me on. burberry bags on sale online And you need not have even met me yet all of this was readily available on my blog and on my Facebook profile. Imagine what more you could conclude about me if we actually had an in person conversation. I mentioning this for two reasons: 1. It turns out that there are apparently a lot of guys reading my blog, and as a fan of seduction as an overall concept I don mind giving them a bit of an upper hand if they thought they might want to take a shot at me. being seduced well is an exciting experience. 2. For the rest of you ladies out there, I guarantee you that the guys that you interested in are dropping the same kinds of clues left and right. What my point? PAY ATTENTION. Yes, PAY ATTENTION. With today social media networking sites, there is likely a plethora of information out there that your target is inadvertently leaving about himself. (Remember, internet stalking is not really stalking as long as you don admit to it. People post stuff about themselves on the internet all the time out of their own free will; it free game once it there. Just don mention you looked.) There even more information you can pick up when you burberry sportswear in person, but you have to catch it fast, as those tiny clues about preferences and turn ons and inspirations drop in the briefest of conversational moments and then disappear just seconds later. In person conversational interactions are not nearly as static as someone blog or profile, so you have to catch the details quickly. Moreover, look at your target home, or style of dress, or what he keeps in his car. Clues abound everywhere. This is part of the reason that I love The Mentalist so much. The character of Patrick Jane astounds everyone with the conclusions he draws, but really he just a master of observation. He has learned to look to the details. In seduction, you MUST MUST MUST put your focus on the other person. Not just to appear as though you are a good listener (although being a good listener is important too), but to find out what makes them tick and to exploit it. Yes, exploit it. Don think that it won be enjoyable for them think about how amazing it would be if someone who possessed all the qualities of your ideal fantasy figure came into your life and seduced you. You would love it. So will your targets.
Start by simply making observations about your target, and note them to yourself. Perhaps write them down somewhere in a small notebook that you can keep hidden. What song was playing on his ipod? What did he order at the bar? What logo was on his t shirt? Eventually you will start to see patterns emerge, and with time and practice the conclusions you draw from them will improve in accuracy.
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