Sometimes I really do wonder about my fellow humans. Have we reached the point where we actually need to be taught to “person”? Should we be making “to person” a new verb so that we can have lessons in it? What am I talking about? Here is an example.
This article from the Independent was sent to me without comment by a friend. I can see why. Information about how to make yourself more attractive? Good. Information about the power of sexuality? Good. I loved Honey Money by Catherine Hakim. But this clickbait tosh? Give me strength…
Don’t get me wrong, managing the best Ibiza escort Agency I am thrilled that people don’t know how to hook up properly! My escort girls would probably be a lot less busy if people knew how to get together with the opposite sex in an honest way.
So here is the well-thought through advice in a national British newspaper:
Don’t judge a book by its cover
You only have a certain amount of energy in a situation, don’t use it on being self-conscious
Don’t put yourself on a platform to be judged by others
Don’t try and be someone you’re not
You’re not going to match with everyone…
You will be rejected. Accept it
Profound. And also deeply practical. Just ask yourself “How?” to any of those points and expect no answers in the article. Which is one of the many reasons that so called journalism like this annoys me. And they dare to criticise bloggers!
So, having read the profundity I checked around with my colleagues who run the best escort agency in Marbella and who work with the finest high class London escorts. I also had a chat with my girlfriends who travel as high-class escorts around the world. After all, if anyone knows about flirting, it should be them, surely? Especially the more experienced and mature escorts?
And they all basically had the same advice, which is that flirting is a contact sport. The more contacts you speak with, the better you will get at it. Interact with other people, especially the ones that you want to attract, and keep your senses open to their reactions to what you say, do and how you do those things. The feedback is in their responses.
I can, and will, give much more information in future. But frankly, that advice is so useless and superficial that I now feel like a proper journalist. Hoorah!