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Quoting and stacking realities
Quoting has you say things through someone's else mouth - has you quoting somebody. This has the advantage of making the more timid or insecure girls feel more at ease with the content you are about to deliver and thus much more receptive to your suggestive talk, as you are not talking about her neither yourself but a "friend" of yours (this is also a good tactic to use when delivering a harsher than usual content (see the articles about "Sexual talk"). In order to understand what you are saying, she will have to apply everything you say to herself anyway, so don't worry about her not experiencing what your "friend" experienced:)
On the other hand, using quotes might be a slight hindrance to your success with more open-minded and adventurous girls, who wouldn't mind you describing them your or their feelings, because should a direct speech be accepted, it is always much more powerful than speaking through quotes. With such a girl describe her feelings and she goes "Goosh, this guy really understands my feelings!", or describe your feelings and she goes "Goosh, this guy has such deep feelings!". She'll be wet either way:)
As you shall see in the "Falling in Love" pattern, you can also quote an article, a lecturer, a TV-show, a book etc. All these quotes added up is called stacking realities - the way she will perceive it is that if the book says so, the article says so, the lecturer says so, his friend says so etc., then it must be true.
The reasoning behind quoting is to give the more shy and emotionally fearful girls more distance to feel more at ease with any given subject - to not have either her or you overtly involved in your descriptions (don't worry, her and you will be involved in those descriptions in her mind:). Another way of making her more at ease with any given subject is to use the hypothetical "If you were to...", "If I were to..." constructions, which now have the two of you overtly involved in whatever you choose to talk about, but only in a hypothetical way.
For example, use a "If I were to ask you…" in front of a "…what's the most important thing for you in a relationship…", the implication being that you're not really asking, finish that with a "…how would you describe it?" and you end up with a much more effective question of "If I were to ask you what's the most important thing for you in a relationship, how would you describe in?" than a blatant "what's the most important thing for you in a relationship?" on its own could ever be.
Examples of quoting to use sex-talk. "I found this letter on the lawn that my neighbor's daughter wrote. She is only 14 . . and I read, "You really shouldn't think about going down on a guy as you talk to him (on the phone) and you shouldn't think about making love to a man passionately (who you hardly know: who you are casual friends with.)"."
"Some men are so crude. I can't believe what I saw this dude do the other night. He walked up to this girl sitting at the bar next to me and said to her "Imagine us totally making out and you getting so incredibly turned on by it. If you were to feel that right now, try not to think about having me eat your pussy all night long and getting really horny." I can't believe a guy would ask a women to think about that all night long."
"You know, I have heard of guys being really crude towards women but you wouldn't believe what I saw last night. Well, I was sitting at this bar minding my own business when I saw this stranger walk up to this girl who was sitting next to me, look her right in the eye, and say " If I were to say to you that I'd like to eat your pussy all night long, would you get hot and horny or would you slap me and run away." Can you believe it! Did he really expect her to feel an incredibly lust inside, and enjoy imaging being made loved to all night long."
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