I pride myself in being a lyrical gangster, as the man in the music video below (Ini Kamoze) says so famously.
Being sharp with words can help you be a better sales person at work, which of course, will help you make a lot of money if you are selling the right product. Just look at guys who are brokers, real estate agents, and luxury car brokers. Having a good mouth piece can help you control every talk with potential customers which of course can lead to financial success, and as we all know, guys with money have an easier time picking up women. Women love money, we all know that.
But for me, more importantly than the ability to sell products and make money, which of course, can lead to scoring hot women for dates, I like having a good way with words because it helps me navigate the waters when I’m hitting on women. Hitting on women is an art form of sort, and the better you can control conversations, the better chance you’ll have to seduce a woman with words. Today I’m going to talk to you about how I seduce women with words. It’s not perfect, but it’ll help you out and can be very useful whether you are online dating or traditional dating.
How to Seduce a Woman With Words The Right Way
- Be Positive
Nobody likes a Debbie Downer. Be positive about life, situations, and people who surround you. When a woman feels this positive energy, she will warm up to you much faster.
- Talk About Sex Organically
Don’t skirt the subject of sex. It shouldn’t be embarrassing to talk about it at our age. Make women feel comfortable that you know your way around the bedroom, but stop short of being a pervert. Sex should sound special and give the vibe that you enjoy it but more importantly, you value it.
If you can remember this advice, you’ll be on your way to seducing women with words you don’t even know exist yet – which brings me to my BONUS TIP.
Super Seduction Bonus Tip!
Learn some advanced vocabulary! Trust me, when you say a word that a woman doesn’t know, you’ll have her question you on what it means. This is the way to keep the conversation going, keep her laughing, and keep the ebb and flow of hanging out.