Re: I'm Too Good at DHVing
I would say using a routine or bouncing around would be good after DHVing. After my first DHV I let conversation flow for a bit and then bring my target into isolation or if I'm already with her I would run the cube/palm reading on her to make her feel slightly better about herself but put alot of push-pull so you DON'T convey too much interest.
After my 3rd DHV story when she is qualifying herself to me I would run the rose napkin routine (this is first date). This is to show that even though she is still below my level I still like her. Also convey interest in other things, C-shape smile routine is good for this or a decent compliment on her dress would work wonders.
Just try not to mis-calibrate these things and do not throw them at the target, this is try-hard. I keep 5 good, grounded stories that show I'm above average but I'm a realist aswell as an idealist. I mean, no ones going to think a person who does activism, plays football (soccer), plays guitar and drums who can also speak 2 different languages apart from english and is in the middle of writing a book is a over ambitious nor is he a loser.
Plus I add a few stories of pre-selection when it comes to palm reading and saying that spending excessive hours with girls lead to me becoming more intuitive (not in that way of course but you get the gist of it).
Just remember not to over DHV but when you have been talking to a target just keep it to 2-3 stories maximum between opening and setting the time-bridge. My list is, talk about activism, move onto palm reading with the DHV added to it and if things are heating up then a true story on being an animal-lover after helping my friend who was a girl when we where kids after seeing a birds nest on the ground and how I fought to get the eggs rescued. Stuff like guitaring and knowing different languages is kept for later. Leave a bit of Mystery in there
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