That’s another thing, how interesting would it be to see ourselves as others do? Would it shatter our confidence or buoy us to new heights? There is someone I’m close to who is so ridiculously humble I would love to affectionately pick her up and shake her! I have a few girl crushes going on in life and she’s definitely one of them but she’ll always brush aside or redirect praise no matter how much she deserves it. It’s interesting to me that she can’t see her strengths even though the rest of the world can.
– (Quote from the synopsis)” He offers further guidelines for the process of seduction, which include preparing things to say before going out and telling groups of women surreptitiously impressive stories. He also uses “false time constraints” (a reason that the conversation could end very soon) to put the woman of interest in a situation where she must convince the man she is interesting, discusses how to very slowly increase the amount of physical contact, and more.
Are we 15 again?? Did someone regress our maturity without passing me the memo? Whatever happened to just being plain old fashioned and mature and saying you like someone? I don’t get it- in the last 6 months I’ve had 2 particularly sweet men take that approach and just tell me straight up how they felt. I’ve respected them more than all of the other creeps who adopted some cocky bullshit to try and make me think I was lucky to be given a few minutes of their time. Granted I’m not with either of those guys, I’ve become a bit picky these days, but I’m not with any of the creeps either so I can confirm “The Game” is just that, a stupid game for stupid boys.