Scary Movie Time with James Bond
On spring break, while I was busy procrastinating and wasting away my time before my big revelation, I was spending all of my time eating beef jerky and watching a James Bond marathon on G4. I saw two advantages to watching Bond: being able to entertain myself and learning from a master seductionist. I must say, I actually learned quite a bit watching and observing the James Moore Bond.
I especially had a breakthrough on the movie "Live and Let Die". At one point in the movie, Bond manages to draw a fellow agent into his grasps after she goes through a severe stage of fright. After watching the next bunch of movies up to Moonraker, I discovered one common pattern in Bond's ability to attract women. Bond creates a sense of security when the women around him are going through immense amounts of fear and anxiety for what the future holds.
Taking this into mind, I came up with an idea to draw women in and maybe even get some awesome kiss or f-closes at the same time.
The game plan goes a bit like this: The target and I decide to watch a movie. I pick out a particularly scary movie, and if she refuses I'll neg her and poke fun at her until she submits. Here goes the catch: I've already seen this movie so many times that the horrific moments no longer affect me. So while she is about to have a heart attack out of sheer fear, I will be casual and able to face the fear head on. Through this, she will see my demeanor and judge me as a source of security through this movie. As the movie goes on, I'll put my arm around her and pull her in, non-verbally telling her "Don't worry, I can protect you". Usually the lady afterwards will not be able to sleep alone just out of nightmares and fright. That is when I will step in, we'll have a sleepover, and it's a happy night for all of us.
To make sure I did not get any lame ones, I researched to find the scariest horror movies of all time. I got Jacobs Ladder, Blair Witch Project, Silence of the Lambs, The Exorcist, Aliens, and a few other good ones. Given the fact that I watch movies often with girls, I figured this would be a great thing to try out. So what does the community think of this?
"There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X