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How to Impress a Woman WARNING Women are fickle things Yet one day every man desires one in his life Take these suggestions and become a successful chick-magnet Every man has his own variations but here are the basics We men have been defined as creatures that spend our first nine months struggling to get out of one woman and the rest of our lives striving to get into as many others as possible A bit cynical you say Not at all When was the last time that you - assuming youre a heterosexual male - did something that had nothing whatsoever to do with impressing or appeasing some woman or another The answer is indefinitely NO You have been doing it your whole life Its easy First you must impress the woman socially Women are social beings They thrive on the process of language exchange If you are not very talkative step outside your comfort zone If you talk too much sit back and be casual in the conversation Next you should reek of confidence You are superman No other man is like you But how do you make her feel unique Read and learn 1Focus your attention on her Not on other beautiful women Not on anything but HER Make it clear that SHE is important enough to warrant your focus of attention 2Use her name The most important word in the world to anyone is their own name Use it Its commanding and personal and it works wonders with women 3Express an interest in things that are particular to HER Her family her background her interests Just dont go crazy with your questioning Lean back and find one topic she seems to be especially excited about and then pounce on that one Next you should impress her friends Do not be subtle befriend the whole group Treat her with the same courtesy respect and enthusiasm in front of your
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