Something or someone around you that night or day

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something or someone around you that night (or day.) Like "thespikey-haired dude" who seemed to act weird.Nicknames are also great.If, during that first interaction, you canthink of a funny (but not insulting) nickname for her, start calling herthat.Just don't over-do it.(Some guys have used 'princess,' 'angel' or even 'brat' - if it fits theexchange you two shared.Ariel, Jasmine, etc....if she reminds you of a certain Disney characteror celebrity.Jolie...if something about her resembles Angelina Jolie.Lara Croft... if she's very active, out-doorsy, adventurous, takeskarate...or again, if she just reminds you of Angelina Jolie.Nicknames don't have to be exact matches either.You can makethem up very easily, even if there's onlya tiny hintof connectionbetween her and the nickname. (Maybe she has a mole, which is whyyou started calling her Jolie, or Angie...or heck, Cindy - as inCrawford.)The main point here is that sheremembersit, and by association,remembersyou.
TextingOnSteroids by Derek Rake15 |P a g ePOWER TIP: Here's something else that happens when you use theabove techniques...When you first Text her with that nickname, or mentionsomething unique/funny from the time you first talked to her, italso takes her back to that momentemotionally.In other words, sheremembers all the fun the two of you had on that first meeting.And...by association, it makes her think ofyouas "fun" as well.These little spikes of interest you create in her mind are not huge bythemselves. But, stacked on top of each other, over the period ofseveral texts, it can start to seed her mind and "help her" form animpression about you. :-)Think of each of them as a little brick that you're using to buildthat...uh..."bedroom of love." (Yes, cheesy, I know. But the analogy isaccurate. These little bricks will eventually get you laid!)Rule #4. Your Texts ShouldNotBe FormalRemember what we said earlier, these are not like other text messagesthat you may be sending to your friend, mom, boss, client, businessassociate, etc.These are 'seduction texts' and they should almost always have afun,playful, down-to-earth, 'chill' aura surrounding the messages.Example: Instead of writing,"Dear June, it was greatseeing you last night and I had a very pleasanttime"...
TextingOnSteroids by Derek Rake16 |P a g e...you should write,"Hey! It was really fun hanginwith you last night. Wasn't the XYZ justabsolutely...(hilarious,awesome,moving,whatever...)?""XYZ" can be anything fun, interesting or unique that happenedduring your first meeting...a cool band, some falling on their ass(funny,) a celebrity walking into the club where you two were(shocking, memorable,) whatever.(Yes, this also means you need topay attentionto what's going onwith her and in your surroundings during your first meeting, and usethat.)Even simple messages like,"How are you doing?"or"Howis your day going?"can be sent in a more fun and less formalway.

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Term
Fall
Professor
X. Sanderlin
Tags
2007 singles, Debut albums, 2005 singles, Text messaging, DEREK RAKE

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