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  • matwilson May 1, 2017, 8:02 pm

    Ross,

    I always find it exciting.. because it's an unusual response and conflicting.. and the fact is: They don't know me!

    Btw, this girl was more like from a few years ago.. not a couple months back. (I remember you talking about this instance in one of your videos.. or did it happen again!?)

    (or maybe this is a repost?)

    • Ross Jeffries May 2, 2017, 9:36 am

      @Mat

      History has a way of repeating itself, if you know what I mean. A lot of students also tell me similar stories, thinking they’ve been singled out by the Universe to get dumped on, only to find out that it’s happened to just about every other man on the face of the earth.

  • Sooner May 2, 2017, 2:06 am

    That's a great article. Sometimes one feels they wanna use power against attackers. It's important to have this options along with walking away.

    • Ross Jeffries May 2, 2017, 9:35 am

      @Sooner

      By following one of the methods in this article, you ARE using your power against attackers, in a way that they cannot compete with in their own wildest mean-girl dreams. Think about it.

  • Dan May 2, 2017, 6:15 pm

    Reminds me of a response a friend of mine use to offer.
    “Hi.”
    “Get lost creep!”
    “Hmmm. Then I guess a blowjob is out of the question.”

    • Ross Jeffries May 24, 2017, 10:35 am

      @Dan

      I’ve used formulas just like that one. A couple times, I got the blowjob!

      As a pattern interrupt, in a small percentage of cases this can be powerful. I wouldn’t make this a Sarging strategy, but sometimes it’s worth a shot.

      She’s used to guys responding to “get lost creep” by tucking in their tail and scampering off in the opposite direction, or begging her forgiveness for anything he might have inadvertently done to offend her just by having the temerity to suck in oxygen and blow out carbon dioxide.

      A guy who stands his ground and, without malice or anger, gives back just as good, might strike her as a confident man worth exploring.

      Again, I don’t recommend going out and looking for this, but if it happens…why not?

  • Harrry Lime May 2, 2017, 10:05 pm

    That behavior happens when they are scantily clad…beach, gym etc

    pattern interupt

  • The Bush With Legs May 3, 2017, 1:51 am

    People can do whatever they want.
    I control where my energy goes.

    • Ross Jeffries May 24, 2017, 10:31 am

      You cannot control another person’s behavior. You CAN control your reaction to it.

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