When seducing women, knowing basic seduction techniques will help you make a woman want you more on date 1, date 2, date 3, and so forth. To master the art of seduction, you’ll need two things – persistence and practice. Every move you make, from saying, “Hey are you free next week?” to “Are you ready to do this?” is a technique in its own form. Start from level one; go to level five. So enough with the talk, here are a few seducing tips in each category to help you succeed.
The Art of Conversation
Being a good conversationalist is essential starting point. Nothing ruins the moment more than saying the first phrase and then sitting there looking at each other awkwardly… (Don’t worry, we've all gone through that). They key to being a good conversationalist is simple – talk about anything. Don’t worry about what you say, rather “how you say it.” It is tone of voice that defines your personality. If you can talk to her about anything in a casual and friendly way, then you’re already one step ahead of every guy out their thinking of the “right” thing to say to a woman but never does it!The Art of Flirting
Whenever people are showing any kind of “interest” in each other, they are flirting. If women feel like you are flirting with them, they’ll subconsciously pick this up and start flirting back with you. Do this via one of two ways – communication and body language. Examples of communicating through flirting are complimenting on their qualities, agreeing with them, or laughing at their jokes even when their not that funny. Examples of body language are smiling, hugging, using your finger and bending it in a “come here” type manner. A good way to make flirting easier, if you’re not that good at it, is to pretend they like you already and everything they do or say to you means that they are interested in you.The Art of Touching
Touching a woman, or skin to skin contact, is a vital component of your seduction game. A woman who is comfortable with you touching her will be comfortable with you kissing her. Be patient and don’t be afraid to go for it. Woman love a man who take action and most likely are waiting for you to touch them. (It releases tension also). Touching comes in many ways as long as you’re acting as if it’s no big deal. Examples might be putting your arm around her, holding her hand, giving her a hug, letting her sit on your lap, and letting her lie on you, massaging her hand, rubbing her back, massaging her shoulders, and grazing your fingertips on the surface on the arm.The Art of Kissing
To get to any kind of romantic or intimate state with her, kissing is essential. When you guys are at a point where there’s not talking, but have obviously shared some chemistry, look at her as she looks at you. Be the first to take action. Go in slowly, lean in, and kiss her. If she opens her mouth, then lick the tip of your tongue at hers’. If you guys continue at it, she’ll likely get more aroused. Keep going. Create more anticipation; create more excitement; create more sexual tension. Keep going! She'll want you for more; she’ll urge you for more; and she'll demand you for more. Now is where you initiate the art of seduction
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This is the final installment (actually, it's probably not) in the HP TouchPad saga I've been posting here
on the Geekbauchery blog. The story of stupidity and total lack of customer service you're about to read is true. Best Buy, I wish you the same fate as the HP TouchPad!
After checking the store hours online, I showed up before their posted 11am opening time to find the store already open. Turns out that the store opened early, this weekend only, for Back to School. When I found out that Best Buy was out of TouchPads, I asked for a manager.
I told him the events that happened yesterday: after having been given a TouchPad, filled out the paperwork, and waited in line to check out – they were taken away from us.
All he said he could do is apologize and then directed me to a girl that handles the phone line to call other stores to see if they had any left in stock. She called about 3 stores and then gave up (one of which she never got a hold of because they too wouldn’t answer their phone calls). When the manager came back to explain that they were out of them completely and that they had 5 left this morning but people were waiting for them at 7am and they bought them all and that I should have come in then to get one. I told him that I probably would have been waiting this morning (like I was YESTERDAY) if someone had actually picked up the phone last night and answered my questions. Being on hold for 20 minutes is unacceptable. He insisted that the situation was either completely corporate Best Buy’s fault or mine and that there was nothing he could do about it.
I FIRMLY told him that it is not corporate Best Buy’s fault that you gave customers products, had them fill out forms and then refuse to sell them while they were checking out. That is your fault and as such is your responsibility to make right. He then said “well you weren’t going to get them for the reduced price anyway.” I told them I already knew this – and I knew this because they actually told us how to price match if we saved the receipt! He also mentioned that I should be complaining to corporate Best Buy and not him.
I then lit into him, I didn’t scream but I was insistent – that he should be taking some kind of responsibility for this situation and should find a way to correct it. It is his job as a manager HE is representing his store and HE needs to advocate for me to corporate Best Buy not ME. Yesterday it wasn’t corporate Best Buy that had taken TouchPads away from customers after promising to sell them. Once he had given customers the product, fill out forms, and wait in line he should never have taken the product back – that he should have contacted corporate Best Buy and have found some way to fix it. He also could have taken the forms everyone had filled out and left TouchPads on hold or tried to contact them (they had our name, phone numbers and home addresses)
He should not be constantly blaming corporate Best Buy OR me for his inability to grow a backbone. I told him I have been a rewards member all the way back to the days when you actually had to pay to be one and that I had never seen such terrible customer service before. Anyway I am done – never really was that upset about missing out on a crappy product like the TouchPad but it is unbelievable what counts for “customer service” these days. Never again Best Buy – never again.
I woke up my 7 year old early this morning to go out on a mission. The mission was to buy a 16GB HP Touchpad for $99 after HP decided to liquidate their inventory. We started at the local Wal-Mart, where a customer had come in about an hour before and bought up their entire inventory of Touchpads. We drove over to Target where the electronics sales person hadn't even heard of a Touchpad and kept trying to sell me an iPad. We then waited around until 8:45 and headed to the Best Buy (store #837) in Lawrence, Kansas.
A few people were already waiting in line at the doors when we arrived. Most of them were there to try to get a Touchpad for $99. After a while, the manager opened up the doors and everyone casually walked in. There was none of the pushing and shoving of an after Thanksgiving sale or an Apple product debut, and when we got to the tablets, we were happy to find out that there were more than enough Touchpads for everyone to have one! The first thing the sales person tells us is that they have not dropped the price at this particular Best Buy, but he expects the price to drop and their usual policy is to give you a refund before a certain amount of days if the product drops in price after you purchase it. Everyone was cool with that and we all still wanted to buy a Touchpad, at full price, based on the price dropping in the very near future. After each customer had a Touchpad in hand, and one even decided to buy 6, the sales person had us fill out some forms with information and then proceeded to walk us up to the checkout counter. We had cleaned out Best Buy's inventory of Touchpads in a few minutes and everyone was happy!
It was at the checkout counter that hilarity ensued and my hatred of Best Buy began. As soon as we got to the checkout counter, the sales person and the manager started to have a little chat. The first thing the manager yells out is, "One per customer!" The dude that bought a few Touchpads shrugs and says, "OK. I'll just take one then!" Everyone is still happy because we all get a Touchpad and we'll probably get it for $99 eventually based on the store dropping the price. Boy were we wrong! A few seconds later, the manager tells us that Best Buy has decided to ship all of the Touchpads back to HP and will not be selling them to us after all. He grabs them out of our hands like a teacher confiscating candy without any sort of explanation! What the FUCK! Why would Best Buy get us all the way to the point of checkout only to take away the Touchpads? Is there an official reason? Are they going to get rid of the personal information they had me write down in order to purchase the product? Is the form I filled out considered a binding contract of some sort which would give them no choice but to sell the product to me? Can I sue them? Why do they sell candy at checkout?
This whole fiasco was ridiculous and should never have happened! I can tell you that I will never buy a single product at Best Buy again, which is unfortunate because I buy gadgets all the time! Did anyone else have the same type of experience trying to buy a Touchpad? Have you had a bad experience at Best Buy? Let us know!
Best Buy Touchpad Fiasco Update
At about 10:30pm Eastern time, PC Magazine announced that Best Buy had decided to sell the HP TouchPad instead of shipping the units back to HP. This pisses me off on so many levels! According to the article, at about 4pm Eastern, Best Buy decided that they would indeed be selling the 16GB HP TouchPad for $99 and the 32GB HP TouchPad for $149. Why couldn't they have decided this earlier when throngs of people were showing up at their stores wanting to buy out their inventory?
I really wanted to get some answers so I called the Lawrence, Kansas Best Buy at about 9:40pm. The store closes at 10:00pm, so I thought surely someone would answer the phone. Well, I was wrong. I was on hold for 20 minutes with the most annoying hold music known to man! Here's a screen shot of me looking at the @geekbauchery
profile on Twitter while at the 20 minute mark on hold!
I'm not sure if Best Buy just didn't want to answer my phone call or if all the sales associates actually were busy helping other customers, but I can guarantee I will be going back tomorrow morning to talk to a manager and get my HP TouchPad! If I don't get it, the saga will continue!
So today I got to thinking about cartoon porn. Not necessarily porn in cartoon styling, but cartoons that we all watch on TV that some perverts out there turn into an all out sexual orgy! I remember coming across websites like these a few years ago when I was bored, and I was glad to see the Interwebz circa 2011 did not disappoint!
The first website I came to was Free Cartoon Porn Blog
. The blog features some of your favorite cartoon characters like Homer Simpson, He-Man, and Fred Flintstone doing some fucked up shit! So where did the free content lead me?
The free content on Free Cartoon Porn Blog pointed me in the direction of Tram Pararam
. This, apparently, is the "gold standard" for cartoon porn websites. The site is a pay site, and I'm too cheap to join, but the free tour showed me such perverse cartoon debauchery as Ned Flanders in a threesome, Robin sucking Batman's cock, and Lois Griffin with cum all over her tits!
This is some pretty fucked up shit, and not a porn genre I'm particularly interested in, but it was fun to visit the seamy underbelly of cartoon porn!
So which cartoons turn you on? Is there a secret cartoon crush you've always had? Share it here!