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Re: Closing while teaching seduction?
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mASF post by "Alessandro"
posted on: mASF forum: Tactics / Techniques Discussion, April 4, 2002

On Tue, 16 Apr 2002 00:50:00 -0400, RaverDJ wrote:

[snip good suggestion]

>If I am approaching an HB, and introducing my trainee, and he messes up, but I
>still have good rapport, I would explain to her, am training these guys how
>pick up women, and then ask ehr to explain to him what he could have done

No no no, this is as effective as staging a fuck close for a

As soon as you tell chicks you are "sarging", they will change into
They will continue talking just as friendly, but their involvement is
out of the window, and she will feed you BAD suggestions, just because
she thinks they are right.

For example, if you were doing good with GM + Gruop Theory, and the
students stalls. It is not good to tell the chicks about the game, if
you do so, they will take it possitively, but withdraw emotionally.

You: So, what should have he done better? let's rewind 5 minutes.
Her: first of all, his shirt looks kinda tacky.

She will jump to another boat. Never take seduction tips from a chick
you are sarging. Also, never "water down" an encounter for a student,
let the guy enjoy his "lab" perriod, and play with real chemicals.
After all, we disected a real frog in highschool, it wasn't a lego or
a fisherprice toy.

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