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  • Macho May 6, 2017, 12:15 pm

    Every girl is naughty or wants to be, often it’s up to the Man to bring it out. Seeing the naughty or freaky side is about report and trust. In the first conversation with her if you fire off a sexual joke or comment and she fires one back that’s a good indicator that she is comfortable with her sexuality and can be very freaky once she gets to know you better. If she turns red and doesn’t say anything she is obviously shy but, with a little patience you’ll be slapping her ass while she calls you daddy. I like Ross’ “I have a friend line”, Where you talk about your friend who did something sexually freaky and gauge her reaction, checking her comfort level to see just how freaky she can be.

    • Ross Jeffries June 6, 2017, 4:04 pm

      Nailed it. That’s why story-telling is so powerful.

      Imagine a woman who you have just recently met (key factor), saying the following phrases to you:

      “He fucked my brains out until he coated me with cum.”

      “He fucked her brains out until he coated her with cum.”

      Which one sounds slutty vs. which one sounds intriguing?

  • Mat June 6, 2017, 3:09 pm

    I think “m.o.” means modus operandi.. I never heard it said in the abbreviated form, though. I personally stay away from direct sex talk until we’re finally banging. But blowjob pattern works wonders!! (and it’s indirect.. but at the same time blatantly obvious.) I never got a bj from it directly yet, though.. so maybe they don’t even see the sex part initially; just pure craving. 🙂

    • Ross Jeffries June 6, 2017, 4:02 pm

      Yes “modus operandi” – correct.

      You say no “direct blowjob”. But you were planting the seeds in her mind.

      • Zarathud The Incorrigible - Offender of The Faith June 6, 2017, 5:28 pm

        LOL!

        “’tis an I’ll wind, that blows no minds”

  • Zarathud The Incorrigible - Offender of The Faith June 6, 2017, 5:36 pm

    I’m noticing something interesting about the “screening mentality.” There are an awful lot of women who just aren’t that interesting to me when I think of anything more than potential fantasy roles that they have to goods to fill. And there’s no sense of superiority about it. It’s ​just recognizing a personality pairing that isn’t attractive.

    • Ross Jeffries June 6, 2017, 5:47 pm

      You are smartly jangling the keys to the Kingdom of Sarge. Know what you want, screen for it.

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