Want to learn how to give a girl over the top orgasms? Drop the technical manuals and read Fifty Shades of Grey. E L James does an extraordinary job at exploring the darker depths of female desire; but her crowning achievement is in pinpointing with exact precision the behaviors and modes of speak that open the Venusian flood gates. Take, for example, the way she describes her primary Alpha Male.
For those who aren’t aware, enigmatic is a synonym for unfiltered pussy crack. Enigmatic drives women insane. Enigmatic makes a girl think about you for hours. It adds dimensions to your personality, shades to your character, vistas to your actions. You should often contain yourself with
- unreadable expressions
- non sequitur comments
- sudden silence
- pangs of distraction
- talents and abilities she never knew you had
- a sad side, buried deep inside
- a romantic side, extremely difficult to earn
- ambition without reason
- irrational confidence
- open ended phrases
Simply put, being enigmatic is a matter of not talking too much, not showing too much, and otherwise allowing the different facets of your personality to naturally unfold over the course of a very long time rather than consciously propelling them to visibility with the goal of qualifying yourself to someone. You want to be the reserved and accomplished musician, the powerful and laconic businessman, or the cold and focused athlete. If you’re running a contrary form of game, like c/f, you want these things to be visibly invisible. In other words, you want your c/f to be a success, but for it to be obvious that it’s more of a “charade to hide something much deeper,” yes, just like in the movies. Cliches are cliches for a reason. Imagine for instance, you run c/f all night, bring a girl home, bang it out while drunk, wild, and funny; but when she wakes up at 6 am to use the bathroom, she finds you playing chamber music in a secret room behind the bookshelf (or something more normal, like writing a novel or analyzing charts).
Throughout the story you’ll see the submissive constantly appraising her ability to satisfy her object of desire. Remember our assessment of the value of your time? Here we have another way to look at it – what’s the value of your desire? Power is the ability to to exert your desires, your will. When exercised correctly over other people, it makes them WANT you to exert your desire on them, lending itself to a sort of growth cycle. The more power you have over someone, the more they seek to please you, and the more power they want to give you. All humans seek to be enslaved, it’s simply a matter of whether they want to be enslaved by their own desires or the desires of someone else.
You will notice also that the girl finds her reaction to falling in love extremely unfamiliar, despite her age and ability to attract other men. A somewhat metaphorical demonstration of our current state of society. All of your lamentations about the girl you’re with not being “affectionate,” or “loving,” is disconnected with the reality surrounding her. She is not that way because it’s in her nature to be that way, she is that way because of her current circumstances. Place any girl who thinks she’s just “not the relationship type” in the presence of a guy far beyond her status, and with elegant grace, and you’ll have a whole different story.
The line “stop biting your lip, it makes me want to fuck you” should be in everyone’s yellow book of quotes to use. It seamlessly combines secksuality (for obvious reasons), dominance (it’s a demand), and vulnerability (weakness to her appeal) in a single hue of passion. All the dialogue used in the more intimate scenes can be taken straight from the pages for your screen play, in fact, don’t be surprised if you’ve already used half those lines.
And lastly, the main consumers of this book are married women in their early 30s / mid 30s. Can anyone point out a reason why a plot revolving around a secret secksual affair might be a problem? I should start selling paternity kits and lie detector tests for commission on here.