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Russell Brand flirting with women is a sight to behold....As men, we're never really taught how to flirt with women. That's a problem. Because many men get caught in the trap of "creep flirting" where they come on too strong. Other's stick to the "goofball guy" and wind up in the friend zone.
The style of interaction that Russell Brand and Craig Ferguson demonstrate in this video will actually teach you how to flirt with women. It's not the ONLY way, but it is a great way to show interest without creeping anyone out.
So check out Russell Brand's special version of "push pull" and see if it matches your style of flirting. Also, pay close attention to the moments when the women start to fall for Russell. They will teach you a lot about flirting with women.
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I’ll jus add that to the list 😒
show you intent in a way that’s appropriate
Don’t be creepy
Be an improvisational comedian
Learn to take back compliments
jokingly with out offence (push pull)
gradually use kino to sexually escalate appropriately
Be respectful yet playful without being a nice guy
Woman , just smile Laugh and say hi 😊
Yeah easy 🤦♂️
Women are robots and they all work the same way: Give complement then take it back = attraction. That is: P - P = A. Essentialy women wants nothing P-P = 0, which again equals Attraction. lol! of course not! the equation lacks these two variables: money and fame. So it is M+F+P-P = A which equals Money + fame = attraction = all that women want.
How to push without pushing too much? I feel like my "punchlines" would be too brutal to be friendly. Like my pushes are Fus Ro Dah. Should it be something like "You're gorgeous, I'm pretty sure no guy ever told you that!"?
If anyone would like to see a clear example of what NOT to do, go check out Vin diesel's interview with this girl he was infatuated with. Or search "Vin Diesel can't stop praising reporter
You will learn from the video, I assure you. It's good to see what the worst end of the spectrum is like. And boy... Vin Diesel nailed it.
It is important to avoid the 'dis' pull - like the second Russell Brand clip. Craig Ferguson only goes negative on himself, which he often turns into a positive by implying he parties or is sexual or acts wild. Men end up doing it subconsciously and it tends to be very negative. Take the conversation somewhere else after a compliment, preferably someplace funny, but stay nice while doing it or you are playing a messed up mind game.
I personally felt like both men had very cringy flirting styles. And to me Russell came off as more rude. He was giving out backhanded compliments. It makes me think of the Office when Andy is telling Kevin to insult women as flirting and Pam asks if guys actually do that and Jim says, guys with girlfriends dont.
I came back to this video with a truth from mark manson: Brand is attractive because he gives zero fucks and doesn't act needy and desperate for attention. His willingness to compliment and troll is only a side effect of that. Becoming charismatic is about WHO YOU ARE, not what you say. The things you say are only echoes of your underlying charisma. If you fake it, you'll be found out soon.
To flirt better, improve and invest in yourself then be up front with girls about your desires.
Isnt that kind of manipulative, to show your feelings towards the woman then to subtly reject or push the woman away. If you are being genuine in your intentions then you will attract genuine woman. The opposite is also true. Ive learned from Mark Mason that the reason "push/pull" works is because it gives the impression that you are non needy. But there's a difference between actually BEING non needy and PRETENDING to be non needy
"If you leave a compliment in the air, it will feel heavy" its not manipulative, it's just a social interaction. It's so she doesn't feel uncomfortable with a full blown compliment without any release. It's not just women, I have that feeling as well when my boss or someone compliments my work, sometimes I don't know where to point the conversation without just dismissing their compliment. If my boss jokes after the compliment, then I can move to a jokey place and it relieves the pressure.
EW no... This shit doesn't work. Both guys make me cringe especially Russell Brand. He's too sarcastic and drugged up. And telling that woman she has peaked? The only peak affiliated with him is when he's on cocaine.
+Viveka Bollmark you say that "maybe you should have more girl friends". If the guys who watched this video knew how to get friendly with girls, why would they be watching this video in the first place? in order to get used to talking to girls, you have to have a base level of communicative skill/confidence.
Like if you say that you get nervous around girls, then you are saying you're not used to girls, and that girls feel exotic to you. Don't do that. If you feel like it's awkward for you to "talk to girls" then maybe you should have more girl friends.
I think that these are the sort of things that can really upgrade your conversational skills, not just to flirt but in general.
Certain people will find it to be just a "pick-up trick to deceive women" but I don't see it like this. Using push/pull doesn't make you "fake", it's a technique to make the conversation flow better and to put both people more at ease. If people watch these types of videos it's because we all want to be better and this is one way to do become better with social skills.
These are actually examples of straight up sexual harassment in a work situation from someone with power, the women feel so awkward and unused to it because it is framed as a 'compliment' that they react politely but nervously and then the joke serves to relieve the tension. These nen are actually just being predators and totally controlling the prey and fooling everyone into thinking it is ok with the humor.
Jane Axon How is giving a compliment and making a joke, sexual harassment? Just because they are in an interview, or one has more fame, does not make them a predator when harmlessly flirting. It's not like he was feeling women up, or threatening them in any sense of the word.
A woman feeling uncomfortable does not make the phrase or words harassment. Neither would it be for any man.
Well, i have an even more potent Technic if you meet that nerdy hot girl with the glasses, (u know what am talkin about):
You are beautiful like a queen...
Am a republican tho, could we jump straight to the pitchfork part?
No why give a compliment if you are going to undermine it? If the women can't take the compliment then that's their own problem.(assuming it is tasteful) There's nothing wrong with giving a meaningful compliment and introducing humour later in the conversation. Some women may think you are taking the piss or discrediting the so called compliments you have given if you are quick to joke about