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A Recipe For A Day 2

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Let’s say you’ve got a girl over your place for a Day 2. Here’s a recipe you can use to cook her dinner. You don’t have to be a chef to cook this… God knows I’m not. It’s SUPER easy, costs very little, is healthy, and delicious. Oh yeah, she’ll love you cooked for her.

“Grilled Salmon”

Step 1. Get 2 6-ounce cuts of salmon, Extra Virgin Olive Oil Cooking Spray, lemon pepper, instant rice (or 2 potatoes), and fresh spinach (or asparagus or broccoli).

Step 2. Prepare the salmon by sprinkling lemon pepper over it.

Step 3. Spray your pan with Cooking Spray

Step 4. Grill the salmon for 10 – 15 minutes.

Step 5. Nuke the instant rice (OR each potato–to do that rinse ’em first, poke each with holes so they don’t explode, and they should take between 4-6 minutes EACH (8-12 minutes together) depending on the wattage of your microwave and how big the potato is… if your fork goes 1/2 way in easily it’s done; OR cook the instant rice in a pot–follow the easy directions… usually takes 5 minutes)

Step 6: Cut up the spinach (or asparagus or broccoli)

Step 7: Steam the veggies or sauté them with the cooking spray (takes a couple of minutes)

Step 8: Set the table with forks, knives, napkins, candle, wine glasses, and bottle of white wine. Have some soft music playing in the background.

Step 9: Serve the salmon, rice, and spinach with white wine.

The meal should take about 15 minutes or so to make.

Have a wonderful dinner and enjoy her jumping your bones afterwards.

You’re welcome.

 
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Posted by on January 24, 2013 in C1-C3 Comfort, Home

 

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Create Attraction By Walking Away

This is such a simple technique, but a lot of guys don’t do it.

Ready for it?

Walk away.

Simple as that.

You can do this when you approach a woman. And you can do it when you’re on a day 2 with her.

Tell me if you’ve ever felt this way when you’re on a Day 2 with her.

You walk into a local shop together to look around, and you feel like you have to be attached to her hip every step of the way.

Ever done that before? I know I have.

Yikes.

Luckily, you don’t have to do that. In fact, DON’T.

Walk away. Give her a little space. Check out something that catches your eye, then rejoin her.

You’ll be WAAAAAAAAY more attractive if you do.

Same exact thing on the approach.

God knows I’ve made this mistake. Tell me if it sounds familiar.

You see a hot girl with a friend or two walking to a bar. You stop them, and you stand perfectly square across from the hot one, with your feet planted in the cement like you were a statue and you deliver your entire opener to her, completely ignoring the other girls.

Then you wonder why the hot girl is looking for an escape, and why her friends are trying to drag her away.

Okay, so obviously ignoring the friends = bad. Make eye contact with every person in the group. Wanna keep everyone’s attention? Hello eye contact.

And then of course, don’t plant your feet into the pavement. What, are you a tree now? And don’t have your body perfectly square to one girl.

Walk away.

Have your feet and your body face away from her, as if you’re about to leave. Better yet, stand side by side with one of the girls.

Ahhhhh. Much better. And much friendlier.

After you deliver your opener, walk away if you have to. You can always notice something else, like their ring, and continue the conversation with something like the ring routine.

Or if you run into them again, you can say hi. No longer strangers. Nice.

And of course, if you walk away, there’s a good chance they’ll want to reengage you.

Why?

There’s something about walking away that creates attraction.

You don’t have to be the most incredibly polite person the world has ever seen. You can be a normal human being. And walk away.

We pursue that which retreats. The negative space creates attraction. A negative pole draws in the positive. Giving her that space makes her feel more comfortable, and it allows her to come to you.

That’s what I’m talking about.

 
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Posted by on September 24, 2012 in A1 Opening, Home

 

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