How to attract women by telling them stories which are full of high value statements and suggestions

The telling of stories and anecdotes is the main way we describe to other people things that have happened to us. This is because we use stories to not only tell another person facts, but also to get across specific ideas to them, concepts like who we are as a person, what we’ve done, our philosophies on life, how we treat our friends, what we love and hate, how we cope under stress, etc. Being able to tell interesting stories that engage the girl’s attention and capture her imagination is a great skill to have and use during part two of the game. But being able to tell stories that are not only interesting and engaging, but also laden with subtle indications of your high value is even better. Here are the main things to focus on when telling stories that demonstrate high social value to the woman you’re talking to.

• First, bear in mind the things that suggest, when casually mentioned, that you—or any man—has high social value. Here’s a starting list: lots of past girlfriends, many female friends, lots of male friends, a really interesting social occupation, examples of how you protect and look out for your friends, exciting/adventurous experiences. These are things that, when inserted into the conversation correctly, effectively change the girl’s perception of you for the better: she thinks you have more value (and therefore attractiveness) than before.

• You must remember not to make your value-added stories sound like bragging, showing-off or lying. To do this, don’t dwell on the facts that you know add value to your story. Don’t make a feature of them, just drop them in as part of the picture you’re painting as you talk. For example, let’s say you used to date a model. Instead of telling your prospect a story that centers around the fact that your girlfriend was a model, tell her something that includes that fact just as a bit of extra information. For example, you wouldn’t say: “My ex-girlfriend was a model. She was really popular and always working, but then again, she was extremely hot. Like, a 10 out of 10.” This just screams over-compensation on your part and, if you said something like this to your prospect, you’d lose value for it in her mind. You could still use your model ex-girlfriend to add value to a story, but you should do it more like this: “Really? I used to travel to work on the train all the time. It’s so hectic during the morning rush our, right? It’s weird how you can see so many faces on a train every morning and even though you catch the same one every day for a year, you recognize practically no one. It’s like they only exist for a day. *Allow your prospect to reply* This weird thing happened once. My girlfriend at the time used to travel all over the country at weird times of the day because she was a model for a fashion house for a few years. Our travelling schedules were never the same, though. Anyway, it was one busy morning, same old thing. I get on the train and it’s packed. There’s people pushing and shoving, you know. I work my way on and start walking down the aisle. Then I see right at the end of the aisle one free seat, which is like the holy grail at this time in the morning. So I practically sprint down to get it and, to my surprise, actually make it. So I sit down and relax. There’s one person sitting on my right, in the other seat. Literally a minute passes before I glance over my shoulder and who is it? My girlfriend! I didn’t even know she was catching a train that day, let alone the same one as me, at the same time. She was sleeping, her head was on her folded jacket. So I had a little fun first, you know, tickled her nose and stuff. She didn’t wake up. Then a kissed her on the cheek and she woke up straight away looking pretty shocked. But it was cool when her facial expression changed from shocked to surprized and happy. She said that the car that was supposed to take her from our city to the next hadn’t shown, so he had to get the train. It was cool—we got to spend a couple of hours having fun, playing travelling games, you know.”

Do you see the difference there? There is a real narrative to that story. It’s packed with details and none of it sounds arrogant or like bragging. The first piece of value-adding information is when you mentioned your girlfriend. Ding! One point. You’ve had girlfriends in the past. Then you mention she was a model. Ding, ding! This boosts your value massively, but only because the way you mention the fact that she was a model is so justified within the context of the story. You tell your prospect she was a model as a way of explaining why your travelling schedules were never the same. Next, you explain the weird coincidence of you meeting your girlfriend on the train. This is a nice little touch, because most people like hearing stories that contain pleasant, unexpected events. Then you describe how you woke her up and what you did after she awoke. You kissed her. Ding! Then you had a great time and played travelling games, like hangman and tic-tac-toe. Ding, ding, ding! There’s huge value demonstrated there, because what girl wouldn’t love to bump into her boyfriend on a boring train journey and have a great time playing silly games with him? Women love this kind of thing.

And that’s the theory behind telling value-added stories: include subtle mentions of things that add to the girl’s impression of your social value by incorporating them into an interesting, engaging story that justifies why you’re including the value-adding facts. You’ll see that by doing that, extremely strong sexual attraction is gradually developed.

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