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I watched Mystery's good old DVDs in which his ...
Two kinds of attraction
I watched Mystery's good old DVDs in which his whole attraction process consists of long stories full of DHVs where he shows how he leads men and how he is preselected.
Then I found out how Style does his DHV stuff. He basically plays games and does the same old stupid but funny routines over and over again. I find Mystery's version much more difficult and for me nearly impossible considering my nerd life until PUA began and the short attention time girls have in clubs. So instead of using long stories I stick to short routines like the best friends test or fuck, marry and kill. They work, my only problem is by using them I can not show my own personality.
So my question, are DHV stories and DHV games really doing the same and is any of the solutions superior to the other?
Good sarging tonight!
Get Magic Bullets or the interview CD on Value. DHVing is more than just telling stories or playing games/routines.
Read Sinn's post on the Attraction Switches.
(If you've never failed, you've never lived.)
stories and games are opportunities to convey value non verbally. It is my experience that girls don't respond to WHAT you say nearly as much as they respond to HOW you say it. The topic has been covered extensively so I won't go into it too much, but for example Juggler is known for picking up girls by reading a grocery list. You can bet he didn't rely on the material to work for him so much as relying on the non verbal subtext he conveyed during the interaction.
So basically I can convey high value by telling any boring shit as long as I am passionate and confident about what I am telling...
Originally Posted by Attacker
I'm sure you've heard this before, but 93% of what you say doesn't come out of your mouth. It's all about your non-verbals. Have strong body language and voice tone, and it shouldnt matter as much what you say.