Some examples of how I “tease” girls

Teasing is the art of saying something slightly mean but with the underlying meaning of the communication being “I like you.”

Here’s the FIRST thing to understand: It’s never too early to tease.

You don’t need a reason to do it, but do need the ability to keep your mouth moving and their attention focused on you long enough to distract them from the comment.

This means I never say: “You and I are never going to get along.”

And pause…………………

Because when I do, the answer invariably is “You’re right”.

So I say “you and I are never going to get along. So back to my friend – his girlfriend finds these letters and pictures… blah blah”

You tease and you move on.

Remember that teases are like a tiny little pebble you throw out to keep the target’s ATTENTION while we work the group.

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Also the second major thing to remember is to keep a little “balancer” on the tip of your tongue if she does get peeved.

When she’s starting to actually get pissed (I.E not flirting) like she asks you what that means…

All you need to do is compliment her to bring her back around.

You: You and I are not going to get along”

Her: You’re right you should leave

You: You know why? we’re too similar.

That little compliment is enough to bring her back around. The same rule regulates complimenting, only in reverse.

Every one has generically complimented a girl and gotten the cold:


Well you can still pull that back by simply adding a pause and a tease.

You: You’ve got really nice nails…

Her: …thanks……

You: Are they real? (Sceptical look)

Her: no… they were real expensive!

You: Oh well they are still nice

If she was really gushing and enthusiastic about the compliment, I’ll leave it there. But when she responds less than enthusiastically, I take away the compliment with a tease.

Hope that helps.

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