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To a woman, a good sense of humor is ...
Vol. 35 Humor (Braddock and Cajun)
To a woman, a good sense of humor is one of the most attractive male qualities. Using humor demonstrates to the opposite sex that you're fun, playful, interesting, and socially calibrated. Humor also alleviates pressure and social awkwardness. In this interview, join Braddock and Cajun as they discuss using humor as a tool in the attraction phase and how to effectively implement more humor in your game.
Some of the topics discussed are:
•Why humor is so powerful.
•What type of humor fits you.
•Differences between sexy humor and unsexy humor.
•How inappropriate humor can be detrimental to your game.
•What to do when a joke doesn't go over well.
•Openers, routines and exercises effectively using humor.
Quotes From The Interview
"If you're going out and just trying to have fun, the by-product is, a lot of times, you will get laid."
"When you can make someone laugh it assumes familiarity."
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Vol. 35 Humor (Braddock and Cajun)
WHAT UP! What's good ladies and gentleman? I'm back for another round of reviewing this current month's IVS. Here's the breakdown of the questions that were asked by Jeremy:
1. Why is humor important?
2. The Pitfalls of using humor
3. What are some ways you can use humor?
4. Inappropriate humor
5. What are ways that someone can convey humor?
6. Routines and...
7. Exercises for humor
Some guys may have been disappointed by the topic of this month's IVS. I mean humor is a pretty easy part of game to get down for most, especially for a lot of seasoned guys. Still even if you're a seasoned guy, I still believe that a lot could be learned from this IVS, and of course if humor is not your forte, this will help tremendously. You probably got two of the funniest Love System's instructors here so that's a plus.
I think where many fail with humor is not knowing how to stop because of the addicting nature of making people laugh aka "The Dancing Monkey." The guys give a simple remedy for it and it goes off of confidence and the self-entertaining idea. When this is mastered, it will not only break your humor game open, but your life also. It's a definite attractive quality to have and the core of, I think, alpha behavior.
With the idea of being self-entertaining, Cajun brings up Tenmagnet's and his infamous game of Jaggering. Read about it on his blog at cajunsblog.com. The idea of jaggering in front of someone you were about to makeout with seems to be defeating the purpose of the whole pickup, but the guys show how this actually can get you more V-A-G-I-N-A.
They also address the frequently asked question by members of the community, "What if she doesn't laugh?" They again deliver here with great advice as Braddock highlights the importance of progressing with humor in set. He brings up the theory of the red, yellow, and green light, and how it can be used to calibrate your humor and reduce the amount of "misses" with jokes. Some may be familiar with the red, yellow, green light theory from previous interviews with Braddock and the OGs will remember it being introduced by Style.
The ending of the interview is where we hit the more practical stuff. The stuff that you can instantly use once listening to the interview. Here we get some role plays, the use of banter, Braddock mentions his phone game product coming out and goes over the chapter of call-back humor. There are several funny routines that are given out.
Braddock also comes out with a genius exercise that if followed should actually up your game several levels, and not just in the area of humor.
I know in my reviews I've hardly gave any bad reviews on the content given, but trust me if I did I would blurt them out. I want to so badly say that Cajun is a fucking free-loving hippie Gallagher wannabe who thinks he's funny, but doesn't realize everyone just wants to see him smash that damn watermelon, or that Braddock is the white version of Sinbad strutting around with his neon pants stuffed full of condoms AMOGing ever motherfucker in his path, but I can't. These guys know they're shit. The IVS is probably the best investment someone could make in the community besides one-on-one's or bootcamps. So go get it! Until next time BITCHES!
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Last edited by Stallion; 07-01-2011 at 09:58 AM.
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HAHA!!! Awesome review man. Thanks for giving such detail. How did you know that I was the white version of Sinbad and how did you know I wear neon pants? You must have seen me out on bootcamp somewhere
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I didn't like this one as much. I was hoping it would go over more...how to be funny, not just applications of humor.
How do you obtain this? Its not on seduction info and i placed an order with love systems about 3 weeks ago and got no response. Is this some mythical cd that only exists in an alternet universe?
C Carter, thanks for your input on the Humor IVS. But did you have to take a shot at Braddock and Cajun like that? If I'm misconstruing your intent, I apologize.
But yes, I agree, Humor is critical and Cajun and Braddock are the men to deliver.