What more is love and seduction than an alluring and intoxicating game? What a strange world we live in where we loudly denounce lies and deception. Yet we love and value deception. The very phenomenon of seduction is an elaborate dance of lies and deception, but who would truly want to forever be immune to it’s charming allure? Who would want to live without?
Making judgements on people in the context of dating certainly doesn’t seem to follow the scientific method. One gains a first impression flavored by behavior of the other party: he is confident, or unconfident etc, and then they assume he fits into an archetype…’sought after guy’, ‘guy who’s rejected a lot’ etc etc, and then they will actively search for evidence to prove their hypothesis, rather than gather evidence and then form a hypothesis. The trick is to fool them into thinking that you are ‘sought after guy’, based on displaying behavior of ‘sought after guy’ at first impression. They will then search for evidence in you to confirm their hypothesis in the subsequent impressions, and if we know anything about how the human brain works it is this: if one seeks evidence, inevitably they will find it.
You should learn in human interactions, that belief is often mistaken for the truth. If an ugly guy is confident, one is instantly lead to believe that he must be better looking than what they perceive on first glance and this idea will shape their next glance. What they look for they will see. You make them think that you are a greatly sought after guy and they will start to look for the features of a greatly sought after guy in you. And if one looks for evidence, they will find it
The trick is to fool people into questioning their own perceptions, so that their own eyes will deceive them and then their emotions, and they will think it was their own doing