A recent question to Speed Seduction guru, Ross Jeffries, raised the topic of “boyfriend destroying.” Specifically, is it a heinous act most foul to plow right through a girl’s protestations that she has a boyfriend which, as we all know, is code for, “Get out of my face, loser!” The Average Frustrated Chump (AFC) hears this, puts his hands in his pockets and shuffles away. What Jeffries is saying, and Swank Life concurs, is don’t make it that easy on her. Claiming to have a boyfriend is the oldest trick in the book. The chance of a Super Hot Babe (SHB) having absolutely no male companionship in her life at any given moment is pretty low.
You’ve got to get through that defense and find out if she really has a boyfriend or only some handy guy to roll out as a prop when the need arises. If the target of your attention truly is committed to another guy, you’re going to realize it pretty damn fast and then it’s time to move on. But let’s review some of Jeffries better retorts when you sizzle up to her and get immediately doused with the Boyfriend Gambit.
Jeffries comeback #1
“You don’t need to convince me someone else finds you attractive. I won’t make up my mind that way.”
Jeffries comeback #2
“That’s okay, I don’t want to be your boyfriend. I’d rather relax and just enjoy each other without the heartache and pressures.”
Jeffries comeback #3
“Well, anyone even half-attractive can be with someone, provided that’s all they want. Anyway, what’s your favorite place to go on vacation?
The point is this. If a woman drops the boyfriend line, you come back with one of the preceding lines (or your own), and she’s suddenly ready to toss away the old boyfriend and head out with you, the boyfriend wasn’t that solid to begin with. Your concern now should be to have fun only and don’t let here start calling you boyfriend – you’ve already seen how quickly she’ll jump off that train.
It all comes down to this. You’re not destroying the boyfriend against her will. Any event that unfolds between the two of you happens with her full knowledge and compliance.
The Swank Life Team
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