By Bobby Rio
Co-creator of: Unlock Her Legs: How to Finally Nail that Hard to Get Girl
Let me ask you this: Have you ever been to the dealership to buy a car, saw a car you really wanted, and still walked off the lot without purchasing anything?
Why didn’t you buy?
You didn’t buy for the same reason a girl doesn’t hook up with you even if she kind of wants to.
She’s afraid of making a mistake. She’s afraid of buying a LEMON.
Its NOT lack of desire that prevents you from buying the car…
What prevents you from buying it is:
- The thought of your friends making fun of you for paying too much
- The feeling that the salesman pressured you into something you didn’t really want to do
- What if the car turns out to be a “lemon” and now you’re stuck with it
- What if the next car lot had a better car at a cheaper price
Well, girls have similar thoughts running through their mind about YOU…
What if you’re a LEMON. What if hooking up with you turns out to be a giant mistake?
What if you get weird? Clingy? Possessive?
Or what if you bang her… and then never talk to her again?
She doesn’t want to feel foolish. So its easy for her to put off calling you back, letting you kiss her, or going back to your place.
The same way you tell the car salesman “I’m only looking right now, and not ready to buy something” -even when you really wanted the car.
So what’s the solution?
First, make her invest more and more into you. The longer and more effort she’s put in talking to you… the more her resistance begins to melt.
This simple TRICK will have her working to impress YOU. <<== use with caution.
Did you ever wonder why car salesman try to keep you in the showroom as long as possible? Because they know eventually your will power will diminish and you’ll buy the damn thing…
Well, its the same with girls. This is why if you’re out on a date with a girl… its almost essential to have a few places lined up to take her BEFORE going back to your place.
The second thing you can do is increase her DESIRE to the point where she can’t say “no”…
Its a trick that car salesman call “spiking the buying temperature”…