Seducation Secrets - Using Compliments

Compliments are a natural part of - courting. Women love compliments but be warned that every woman alive - has built-in radar when it comes to - empty insincere compliments. Whatever you do be very careful with your compliments. Be sure, very sure, that when you pay her a compliment that it’s completely - genuine.

It’s a real mystery why, but women seem to - love compliments on their eyes. I suppose it’s because many people - believe the eyes are “the doorway to the soul”. Romantic novels and poems are always describing a woman’s eyes. So be sure to say something nice about - her peepers.

The danger here is obvious. Too many compliments offered too soon in a - relationship may tag you as a spineless - overeager wimp. Nothing will bore a - woman quicker than a long string - of obviously insincere compliments. You will become an boring doormat instead of a red-hot lover.

Never offer a compliment on her body or any part of it unless she throws - the door open first. If she says - something like “oh I just hate my legs they’re so fat!” look at her legs carefully and say “what are you talking about you have great legs”. She has assumed that all men would see her - legs as fat but you alone find them attractive. Perhaps you're someone special!

Remember that even the most stunningly sexy women are - dissatisfied with their appearance. And facts and logic have little to do with it. A woman with a lovely little nose may think it’s much too large. Women with lovely - ample bust lines trudge off to plastic surgeons to have them enlarged every - day of the week. It’s crazy but that’s the way it is.

Our culture causes most women to become - completely obsessed with their body’s flaws, even the most minor - ones. And if they don’t have any – they will invent some!

If and when you get your special lady into bed - and you’re looking forward to more of her action, be sure to - compliment her on her sexual performance afterwards. Something like “Baby, on a scale of one to ten you’re a solid twelve!” works well.
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