I remember I was on the dance floor [at an SNL afterparty] and everybody was dancing around me and they just seemed really happy and I was just kinda standing there. … He came up to me and said, “You know, whatever you’re looking for, you don’t need it,” and he just walked away. … He played it really cool.
Very nice. This a a great example of what I call the Three Stage Opener:
- The cocky approach
- The ambiguous opener
- The leave of absence
All three work in concert, reinforcing each stage’s potency. The cocky, confident approach (with based body language) instantly intrigues the woman. She wants to find out if you are what your lion’s stride suggests you are: a predator of pussy.
The ambiguous opener forces the woman to mentally (and emotionally) invest in you. She has to think about what you’re saying, and this raises your value to her because she’s not going to examine the words of a man unworthy of her attention. The best ambiguous openers skirt the line of flattery, playing with hints of sexual interest, but leavened with a subtle backhanded compliment (aka a neg). In this example, Sudeikis has insinuated Wilde is a) hot and b) desperate for validation. It’s really the perfect neg, flush with patronizing amusement, guaranteed to send female rationalization hamsters into orbit.
Finally, the takeaway; the drop the mic move of seduction. Nothing makes a woman hornier or more curious than a man who has made his presence known… and then made it unknown. The sudden detachment — the dread inducement — will drive most women crazy with the need for resolution. I have experienced women CHASING AFTER ME to resolve my unexpected and unannounced departure. The takeaway QUICKLY puts a man in the courtship driver’s seat, and can keep him there a long time with its strategic application as needed. No woman wants to feel like somehow, some way, she turned you off or bored you, and will work hard to prove she can keep your interest.
Meanwhile, low sexual market value Slate feminists can’t even:
Slate’s personnel are divided on whether Sudeikis’ pick-up attempt was creepy, just plain clumsy, or a halfway decent crack at flirtation—Wilde seems to have liked it,
Femcunt tears, they flow like a menstrual discharge.
Flirting with a stranger means imposing yourself on their space and time, with no indication of their disposition or dislikes. That makes for a very fine line between skeevy and sweet.
Yes, flirting means imposing. It’s called BUSTAMOVE, and men who don’t are doomed to incel.
There are no hard-and-fast rules when it comes to romance, but telling a woman what she does or does not need is not a promising start.
Except it is a promising start, as we can see by Olivia Wilde’s swoon and betrothal that betrayed the sisterhood of the ya ya pantsuits.