Simply put, an implanted command is a part of the sentence which has a hidden message for the reader/listener. They are not direct, but they let the reader know what they should be doing next, and they feel it is their own idea though. Through the use of implanted commands, you can plant some thoughts in the married woman’s mind. She may just play along, and you will have an idea of how far would she go.
I’m telling you right now that, if you do anything resembling this, you will totally creep the woman out. You’ve probably done this before already, thinking that if you didn’t reply to her fast enough, she might lose attraction for you or she might be upset with you because you take too long and that might ruin your chances with her. It’s so common in game.
What about this strategy: Be natural. Follow your instinct. If I text a guy and he does not respond fastly a couple of times I start not to respond fastly either as an act of revenge. This is odd but still true. So be available in the beginning (we don’t think you are creepy! We love it!) and if we are not responsive then (and only then) slow down. But don’t come up with patterns and rules – it really does not make sense, sorry. It is a very typical male thinking approach. Women’s brains don’t work like that – at least if they are > 15 years. If you want to play cards of brain usage and stereotypes and giving general gender according advise then man are rational and women are emotional. So no patterns for us. It’s true: mind the dosage – don’t stalk her. But if she is available be yourself.
Flirting to some is almost like an art! No matter how hard some people try, they really can't flirt for nuts whereas for some, it's really natural and comes with ease! For those too chicken to flirt openly, text messages are a great way to ask someone out for a date and get the message across without really worrying about being insulted! Therefore, I have a compilation of some flirty text messages you can use to impress that special someone. This SMS collection would surely inspire you to write your own poetic verses!
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