The “quotes” pattern from NLP is VERY powerful.
Even if you “misuse” it.
Which most people do.
Here’s how it works.
You’re next to some girl at a bar or club or party.
And you’ve already broken the ice. Maybe you know her name, maybe you don’t.
But you are chit chatting about whatever.
Then you point out your “friend” across the room.
“See that guy?” you ask, and she nods her head.
“He’s got massive balls. I mean yesterday he walked up to a girl, just started dancing with her, and right in the middle of the song he looked at her and say, ‘Why don’t we get out of here, so I can show you how you can have such a powerful orgasm you’ll forget your name,’ do you believe that?”
When you start with the “Why don’t we get out of here…” part you actually turn and look at the girl you are talking to.
The whole trick is you can say that part to her (the part about giving her a mind blowing orgasm) but you are pretending you’re “quoting” your friend.
That way you have plausible deniability in case she gets angry.
And if it works, it works.
It’s like getting the potential positives, WITHOUT any of the potential negatives.
The problem is that ONE SENTENCE isn’t going to do much.
This is also the MAIN PROBLEM with any kind of hypnosis or NLP “trick” that people learn about.
They use only one or two of them, imagining that it REALLY IS possible to say about fifteen seconds worth of words and convince a girl you’ve just met to have wild sex with you.
But here’s the thing.
If you stretch that SAME CONCEPT out to a few minutes, (rather than a few seconds) it WILL work.
Meaning that instead of saying one line that some other guy said to some other girl, you tell a bunch of nested stories that other people (characters in the story) told to other people (other characters in the story).
They take a little bit longer to learn than one sentence, but once you do, you’ll have a set of stories you can use AGAIN AND AGAIN on as many girls as you want.