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Originally Posted by Nubbi
Are you saying fugly women are more likely to volunteer information and be out there? Then I guess, what you said does figure. Pretty women already know they're pretty, and they're also likely to have issues with it since it usually defines their social life and careers. So telling them about how pretty they are would just be you squawking like a parrot. But asking them about how they feel about other things... that must make them feel they're able to prove they have substance too.
Well, there are a lot of A$$holes on that site, so you have to know what you are doing to actually get women to admit to being women much of the time. That has nothing to do with their beauty.
If you are referring to what I call "Stripper
game". Then you are correct. Women who are very beautiful, especially women who work jobs where they make money based off of their beauty are constantly inundated with sleazy jerks trying to get into their pants all the time. Even if that weren't the case, they still constantly get looks and comments on their beauty. Therefore, those comments not only don't count for anything, it puts them on guard faster than normal women. If you start down a sexual path too early in the relationship, or comment on their looks in any way, you run the risk of hitting the b1tch shield. However, if you don't do anything sexual or otherwise show interest, you won't make any progress, or they will think you aren't comfortable with women like them. So how you get around that, is you talk about aspects of their person that have absolutely nothing to do with their appearance. Then you can ask them things related to their job, so they know that you aren't threatened by their job. For instance, in the above case, I told the woman that I had been to a fancy lingerie store where the models had to pose perfectly still for hours. I asked her if she had ever had to do that, and how she managed to pull it off without cramping up. The question involved her career, but it didn't ever address her beauty. Once you finally have them comfortable enough to talk openly, then you start bringing in the sexuality that you would normally include in your game.