How To Get A Single Black Female Phone Number And Email Address Within Three Minutes Of Meeting Her
Answers To Two Common Questions …
I get different variations of two questions so often, that I’m going to address them both quickly.
1) What if she has a boyfriend?
Say “Next” and find yourself a woman that doesn’t have a boyfriend. And I personally don’t like to date women who have no integrity (think about it).
2) I have this girl that’s been a friend for 47 years, and how do I get her to feel attracted to me?
Start making fun of her more, tease her about things, and let her know the details about the women that you’re dating a single black female. Call her less often, and MOST IMPORTANTLY … if you’re planning on getting together with a friend, be ready to risk the relationship forever, as involvement often leads to problems which damage relationships for life.
This is a great question, and I get it a lot. Here’s how: If most of the women that you meet are telling you that they want to be “just friends”, then it means that YOU ‘RE DOING SOMETHING TO MAKE THEM ALL FEEL THAT WAY.
You’re probably not going to be able to do much for the ones that are already telling you that they want to just “be friends”, but here’s what to do in the future:
Stop Acting Like A “Friend” When You First Meet Them!
If you act like a “nice, friendly guy” then a woman is NOT going to feel attracted to you. What do I mean by “nice” and “friendly”?
I mean don’t give her too many compliments, don’t act shy and don’t smother her with attention. Don’t go far out of your way to be accommodating too early. Don’t tell her that you have feelings for her before you’ve gotten intimate with her.
DO act Cocky & Funny around her. DO act a little bit too confident.
Are you with me?
The common denominator is YOU and the way you’re acting if you’re getting a common response from most of the women you meet. Keep working on it until you get the results you want.
When single I have never had trouble getting dates. I have been in and out of a relationship with the same wonderful and challenging woman for nine (I know its ridiculous) years. I know that I want to spend my life with this woman, but she has lost her interest and me and says she thinks of me as a brother.
It seems insincere and unnatural to play games “hard to get” or try and make her jealous. I know she loves me, but how can I help her to fall in love with me. I do not want to lose her.
Of all, remember that relationships are not logical, cause-and-effect situations that adhere to the laws of physics. Most often, there seems to be no rhyme or reason for what is happening (My goal is to help men to understand what’s going on …).
If you’ve read my book and other newsletters, then you know that I believe that women usually SAY that they want one thing (a nice, stable, considerate guy) but that they are ATTRACTED to something else (a challenging, confident, funny, hard-to-get, unpredictable buy).
If you want her to be interested in you, then you should probably do a few things:
1) Stop calling her.
2) Start dating other women, and let her know about it.
When she calls you, 3) Act Cocky & Funny.
4) Play hard to get … end conversations first, don’t call her back, etc.
5) Stop acting sensitive and so nice. I know that some of this stuff might sound like mind games, but you have a couple of choices: Be more interesting and become more attractive to her, or keep doing what you’re doing, and keep making her run. I hope this helps.
You seem to talk to women that you just met. If I knew how to get past this part I know I would buy your book.”
Sure, a woman will sometimes lie, but it’s such an unusual question, they usually answer honestly. If I get a yes, then I just say “Great, do you have email …” and go into the “3 Minute” technique you’ve read about in my book or other newsletters.
Imagine that you’re asking your best friend what time it is … what tone of voice would you use? Try this one, you’ll like it. Now go buy my book and learn what to do after you get the numbers!
Call her less often, and MOST IMPORTANTLY … if you’re planning on getting together with a friend, be ready to risk the relationship forever, as involvement often leads to problems which damage relationships for life. When single I have never had trouble getting dates. 4) Play hard to get … end conversations first, don’t call her back, etc.
5) Stop acting sensitive and so nice. If I knew how to get past this part I know I would buy your book.”
If I get a yes, then I just say “Great, do you have email …” and go into the “3 Minute” technique you’ve read about in my single black female book or other newsletters.