The key to spending your Saturday nights deeply in love—or something like it—is using your imagination!
Suppose you see a hottie reading a book. Approach her and say, "I loved that book! It's one of my favorites!" whether you read it or not.
Women are clever, though, and used to being lied to. But hey, what's she gonna do? Give you a multiple choice quiz on it? Far more likely, she'll say something like, "I'm glad you liked it. I'm going to keep reading now." Here's where your ability to use your imagination comes in, fella! Pretend she said, "Oh? What did you like about it?"
Then say, "I liked the characters, the story ... heck, everything!"
At this, she may say, "Yeah, uh, that's great," and return to her book.
At this, pretend she said, "I agree! What else do you like to read?"
Now's your chance to take things up a notch.
You: "I like books that make me more aware of both myself and people who aren't at all like me. Books that heighten my senses and help me develop empathy toward others."
Chicks dig the sensitive type! Women, however, game players that they are, often have clever responses ready.
She might say something like, "Please leave me alone. If you don't, I'll report you to someone."
As before, you have to be ready to counter her mind games by using your imagination. Act as if instead of that she said, "Those are wonderful reasons to read. What books have you read that have done those things?"
You're in, big guy.
Say, "My list and reasons are too long to explain in a short time. Why don't I buy you a cup of coffee or dinner and we can discuss it at greater length?"
Women jump at the chance to dine with strangers and she'll invariably say yes.
You've got your foot in the door. The rest is up to you.
|Girls reading in public might as well be saying, "C'mon over, boys!"|