Hot Women’s #1 Complaint about Men

Learn to pull questions out of everything a woman says rather than trying to force YOUR agenda onto the conversation.
Do you know what hot women’s number 1 complaint about the men who approach them is?
It’s this: Men who approach hot women don’t seem interested in getting to KNOW the hottie at all.
They either throw out a lame line, and just leave it lying there (“like a turd I’m supposed to pick up,” as one woman put it),
OR
they have a rigid list of topics to talk about, and an”agenda”that is supposed to end in sex.
Have you ever talked to someone who had a big”agenda”for your conversation? How did it feel?
It KILLED all the chemistry and spontaneity in the conversation.
While it’s not a bad idea to have some things you could talk about, the most important thing you can do with a hot woman is BE PRESENT IN THE CONVERSATION.
If you are always trying to force the conversation down a particular path, you will be in trouble. You’ll push her away. It will never work.
The secret is to get curious about HER, rather than trying to force your agenda onto the conversation.

We often tell men that they need to be curious with women. And the complaint we get from men is always the same:
“But there’s nothing about her to be curious about!”
Listen: There are ALWAYS a LOT of things you could be curious about — you just have to train yourself.

In case you are thinking you can only be curious about exciting, interesting women, we are going to disprove that right now.
We went to a dating site and found several very DULL, plain profiles. We think you’ll admit that a lot of what these women say is pretty plain (like, “I enjoy having fun”). Notice how we get curious about even the simplest things these women say:
Example 1: Her profile says,
“I’m a nice and caring person. I’m looking for that special sweet and caring man to share my life with. I’m looking for true love, I believe in it.”
Pretty plain, right? Not much to be curious about, right?
Wrong.
Let’s break it out: She said, “I’m a nice and caring person.”
Things you might get curious about:
“What kind of things do you care about?”
“Are there kinds of people you tend to care about?”
“Do you care about causes? Animals?”
“What kind of person is it easiest to be nice to?”
She said, “I’m looking for that special sweet and caring man to share my life with.”
Things you might get curious about:
“How does a man show you he is sweet and caring?”
“What was the sweetest thing a man ever did for you?”
“I’m looking for true love, I believe in it.”
Things you might get curious about:
“How would you know when you found true love?”
“Have you ever felt like you had true love?”
“What might a true love be like?”
(PLEASE NOTE: You would NOT ask a woman all these questions — but you could ask one or two.)
Did you notice how many questions we were able to pull out of her very simple statements? That’s the power of curiosity.
Example 2:
“I’m a half Thai, half Japanese. I’m a cute girl who is honest, great with sense of humour and love good conversations. I love travelling, going out, sports and having some fun.”
Let’s break it out:
She said, “I’m half Thai, half Japanese.”
Things you might get curious about:
“Where did you grow up?”
“Did you get to experience both cultures growing up, or mostly just one?”
“Have you visited Thailand or Japan?”
“What do you like best about those cultures?”
She said, “I’m a cute girl who is honest, great with sense of humour and loves good conversations.”
Things you might get curious about:
“What kind of things do you find funny?”
“Do you like funny movies? Which ones?”
“What kind of thing do you like to talk about?”
She said, “I love travelling, going out, sports and having some fun.”
Things you might get curious about:
“Where do you like to travel?”
“What was your best trip?”
“Where would you like to go?”
“What would your ideal vacation be?”
“What sports do you like?”
“Do you like to watch sports on TV, live, or participate in them?”
“Which sports do you like to participate in?”
“What do you like to do for fun?”
Are you getting the idea? These women didn’t give much info about themselves, but there were TONS of questions we could ask them. Each question can start a conversation, and give you MORE things to be curious about.
Even better, when you are curious, and let the conversation flow, there can be chemistry! You’ll never get that trying to impose a”pattern”on a conversation.
You MUST learn to pull questions out of everything a woman says. Here’s how to get good at it, quickly:
Go to a dating site and search for women in your area.
Look at the profiles of the women who attract you.
Look at what she’s written about herself, sentence by sentence. Find something to be curious about in each sentence.
Write the women simple emails, telling them hello, telling them a little about yourself, and asking one or two questions.
When they write back, ask MORE questions, based on what they wrote.
If you want a LOT of information about meeting women online, check out The Internet Seduction Toolkit.
If you do this exercise, even a little bit, you’ll start to be able to get curious about women in any situation — online, or in person.
You won’t need a stack of things to talk about with women — your curiosity will provide the conversation for you.

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