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Thread: "One Direction" Attraction / (Any other cheesy pop stars)

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    Default "One Direction" Attraction / (Any other cheesy pop stars)

    ***Que "Morpheus" from "THE MATRIX"....

    What if I told you... that you can use songs by artists like One Direction, Justin Bieber, N' Sync, Backstreet Boys, etc... to attract & seduce women?

    Are you able to (or would you be willing to learn) to sing the lyrics of the current biggest pop-stars to a girl?

    I just turned 44 years old... and I sang the entire song "Let me kiss you" by One Direction, to my current GF on our first date. That was 6 months ago.

    This is a tidbit of information I've previously shared with a handful of people. BUT... with the feedback they gave me, I realize it's worth sharing with all my friends here on the forums.

    Why? Because THEY tried it too. They picked a cheesy song by a cheesy pop artist/group & decided to learn it. BUT, the stipulation is this:
    You MUST MUST MUST genuinely enjoy the song, in order to "sell the performance.".

    Honestly? I dig 1D! Whoever writes their songs knows how to make a hook! So I had NO problem listening to "Let me kiss you" over & over until I memorized the words AND the flow of the song.

    Seriously, SINGING to a girl will melt her panties off faster than anything else on earth! I promise you! (Why do you think guys join rock bands? It's NOT for the money! It's for girls! Period.)

    I played in a rock band. I sang AND played drums. I know the reason why I wanted to play in a band... GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS!

    Anyway... My point is, singing a cheesy pop song (that BTW, she may actually like) expresses confidence like nothing else! It also shows that you're humble & aren't afraid to show your sensitive side, while maintaining that strong Alpha exterior.

    You don't even have to be good. You just have to enjoy doing it.
    Girls don't care whether or not you're good... they just want to know you can have a good time & be FUN!

    Another great example of this is in the early scenes of the Ashton Kutcher movie "Spread".

    Soooooo... my advice AND CHALLENGE to all of you is this:
    Pick a cheesy, fun song that has semi-romantic overtones that girls seem to be getting into at the moment, & LEARN IT!

    Then sing it to the next girl you go out with!

    I promise you, if you're confident about it (whether you suck as a singer or not)
    it'll be G to the O to the L to the D to the E to the N!!!


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    Default Re: "One Direction" Attraction / (Any other cheesy pop stars)

    Listen T, I am going to admitt something that I thought I would never own up to but I like One Direction and I actually took a girl I was seeing to a One Direction concert this summer and we really had a good time ..... and YES, I was singing their songs all the way home !!!!!

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    Default Re: "One Direction" Attraction / (Any other cheesy pop stars)

    It's the ability to show YOUR OWN vulnerability that creates deep emotional connections with a girl, and causes her to drop her own defenses.

    Besides, there are SOOO many really catchy pop songs, so you can never go wrong.

    I'll also state that I'm a hard rock/ metal guy. But I know how to spot songs that hook people.


    Most guys miss easy opportunities to do something effective; even like watching The Twilight Saga with a girl... (BTW, Stephanie Meyer wrote those books... and since SHE described the breakdown of attraction between Bella & Edward (and even Jacob). So paying attention to Edward Cullen can give guys a LOT of amazing tips.

    Yes reallY!

    But when you're able to let your own guard down & sing to a girl, it's gonna have a positive effect.


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    Default Re: "One Direction" Attraction / (Any other cheesy pop stars)

    I guess it is a fact showing vulnerability is a good way to build attraction and establish a connection. She sees you providing her a level of trust.

    Showing you like one of these cheesy, mainly female audience-oriented songs also conveys a level of open-mindedness.

    My confession, I liked the Backstreet Boys when I was in grade school, and I tried listening to their songs again just a few years ago. Okay it was because one of my dorm-mates was playing one, but still I found I still liked a few of their songs. It's something I never tell anyone, until now I guess.

    To go off on a brief tangent, we rarely talk about those things, since there is an elephant in the room that is guys feeling they need to be the "manly man," and he risks losing masculinity points by showing interest towards something that can be considered effeminate.

    When we think of "manly man" the image of Vikings and warriors from the past come to mind. Yet the Vikings enjoyed poetry as exemplified by the god of war also being the god of poetry, as did medieval knights and warriors throughout antiquity. The truth is there is no such thing as a "manly man" who has nothing to do with femininity as everyone is multifaceted.

    Guys usually think it's cool when we have girls who are into things guys usually like: sports, video games, etc. Given that, would it not be unreasonable to think that girls consider guys being into some things girls usually like ie, songs by boy bands, a bit neat?

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    Default Re: "One Direction" Attraction / (Any other cheesy pop stars)

    It's nice to see that we can use this forum to open up about our musical guilty pleasures ...... as a side, I too enjoyed the Back Street Boys


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