Dating favour links
I have a hard time with this approach when it is used on me, especially repeatedly. So if you are too nervous the techniques are a fun reminder to get back to natural friendly ways as if you were friends. My friends and I don't communicate in this way, we are very straight forward with one another.
Still, this doesn't mean the technique doesn't work in a general way. I'll take your word for it that these strategems work more than they annoy. In fact, the "forced" or "false" choice technique is indeed part of "sales training 101" in many places. See my reply above for links or go to The Attraction Doctor blog post list.So, remember to use them with a smile, in a flirty, light-hearted way (like you're trying to be cute, not trying to con them).Even so, you may still "turn off" some possible romantic partners who prefer a more direct and "authentic" approach.Hmm would be interesting to hear the philosopher bloggers on PT debate this.I never said people are poor victims or robots, but I stand by my points and as I stated in a previous post, people are different, thus they have differing ideas as to what constitutes being honest and open and not feeling that the person who is asking for a date is doing so under false pretences.