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Thread: Telling a girl you "need" to hear her voice etc. Using the word "need"???

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    Question Telling a girl you "need" to hear her voice etc. Using the word "need"???

    I just finished listening to an audio file from Gary Brodsky, which talks about game and "Total Confidence".

    He says that you should tell girls you need them and to use the word "need" a lot. He says "call a girl, tell her you just needed to hear her voice and hang up." He really emphasizes the word need, but I was under the impression you shouldn't sound NEEDY. "Woman need to to be needed, find places to put in the the word need and she will go head over heals over you in no time"

    Any feedback/thoughts?

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    Default Re: Telling a girl you "need" to hear her voice etc. Using the word "need"?

    He really emphasizes the word need
    instead of emphasizing the word need i would emphasize the word "want". let the girl know that you want her but you don't need her.
    the word need would be ok to use if you are in a long lasting LTR with the girl or if you were trying to spice up your marriage. but ultimately non-neediness is the way to go. you can't just trust what any pua says, because every girl is different, i'm sure this will work well on some girls but terrable on others. i would use the word need with great discretion, so as to not seem needy.

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    Default Re: Telling a girl you "need" to hear her voice etc. Using the word "need"?

    Quote Originally Posted by meteora View Post
    instead of emphasizing the word need i would emphasize the word "want". let the girl know that you want her but you don't need her.
    the word need would be ok to use if you are in a long lasting LTR with the girl or if you were trying to spice up your marriage. but ultimately non-neediness is the way to go. you can't just trust what any pua says, because every girl is different, i'm sure this will work well on some girls but terrable on others. i would use the word need with great discretion, so as to not seem needy.
    That's what I was thinking as well and was kind of confused with what he meant. Thanks for clearing that up for me.

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    Default Re: Telling a girl you "need" to hear her voice etc. Using the word "need"?

    I wouldn't say need or want, I have found in my experiences that its better to keep the girl on her toes at first. Unless your in a long commitment or married I wouldn't shy far away from it.

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    Default Re: Telling a girl you "need" to hear her voice etc. Using the word "need"?

    Using the word "need" in conversation and being needy are two different things lol. Is it needy to tell a woman "I need to see you" then flake on her?

    I do agree with the word "need" being very effective. As in, not crying and saying you need her back in your life post break up. THAT'S needy lol.

    Telling her you just needed to hear her voice is great for building rapport and comfort. I would recommend using this after the first kiss and maybe before the first f-close. It's perfectly fine to use it sparingly post f-close. I mean...don't you like for a woman to tell you she needs you? ...
    "All things are subject to interpretation. Whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth."

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    Default Re: Telling a girl you "need" to hear her voice etc. Using the word "need"?

    Quote Originally Posted by BatMan View Post
    Using the word "need" in conversation and being needy are two different things lol. Is it needy to tell a woman "I need to see you" then flake on her?

    I do agree with the word "need" being very effective. As in, not crying and saying you need her back in your life post break up. THAT'S needy lol.

    Telling her you just needed to hear her voice is great for building rapport and comfort. I would recommend using this after the first kiss and maybe before the first f-close. It's perfectly fine to use it sparingly post f-close. I mean...don't you like for a woman to tell you she needs you? ...
    Bro I wrote this in 2013, but thanks haha

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    Default Re: Telling a girl you "need" to hear her voice etc. Using the word "need"?

    Quote Originally Posted by soulshine View Post
    I wouldn't say need or want, I have found in my experiences that its better to keep the girl on her toes at first. Unless your in a long commitment or married I wouldn't shy far away from it.
    Meant to write that comment to you. 2013 bro.. 2013... that's all I have to say.


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