Nigerian Prison Break Genius

Do you know I've seen the Michael in 'Prison Break' in real life? Yes, I have and before you criticise me, let me tell you where I saw him...

There's this guy in my office, his name is Ife (Love). He's just LIKE the Michael in 'Prison Break' (LOL). Ife, apologies., no offence meant. The only difference I've seen so far is the fact that Michael is white (American) and Ife is black (Nigerian).

Well, this Ife guy sent me a love article for publication and it's really going to teach you guys eyeing some beautiful gal out there some toasting (abi, is it woo-ing) tricks. Only that I disagree with #1 & 2 in the article & we've argued it out. But the rest have been OKayed by me...


7 Secrets to Winning the 1

Have you ever felt frustrated trying to get the one you want to want you back? Have you ever felt like the cause was hopeless and there's just nothing you can do to win their heart?

Such frustrations are common. All human beings are subject to them. While there is no way to completely avoid them, there is a way to overcome them and find success. The way requires a basic understanding of those principles that motivate the human heart, followed by a patient application of those principles.

If you will systematically apply these principles in a well thought out strategy, you will ultimately reap the rewards of your efforts.

I’d like to share with you a few truths relating to love and romance:

1. Love. "Love" is a form of dependency. Therefore, if you want someone to be in love with you, you will have to make up your mind to meet the person’s emotional needs so that he or she can grow dependent upon you. This includes hundreds of hours of listening to them talk while you, for the most part, are just attentively silent.

2. Aloofness. Most times, people are attracted to independence and repulsed by those who seem to cling. Therefore, to avoid scaring off a potential love you must throw in a lot of apparent aloofness while trying to win them. If you think this may confuse him or her of your real intentions, you're right. Sorry, but that's just the way it needs to be in the early stages of romance.

3. Hold Back. People want what they can't have. Therefore, you have to hold back from giving yourself completely to the one you want at the first indications they're starting to become attracted to you. Instead of giving the dog the whole steak at once, feed it to him/her one bite at a time, over an extended period of time.

4. Feelings! I'm speaking here of deeply shared feelings and your valuable time. Be careful with how much time and feeling you give to the one you want. That is, sexual involvement, that should be withheld until after the marriage vows, or you'll reduce their incentive to get there. Why buy the cow when the milk is free?

5. Wants. Our conscious decisions are subconsciously motivated. Therefore, don't be too concerned by what the one you want says they think they want, or acts like they think they want. You should act on principle and eventually they'll realise that what they really want is you.

6. Be Positive, Be You! A lot of times, we are drawn to a person with a positive and confident self-image. Therefore, resist the temptation to spill your feelings of self-doubt. Nothing is a bigger turn-off than somebody who insists on bursting your bubble and destroying the image they want to have of you.

7. Attitudes. People's attitudes are really a reflection of what you think of them. Therefore, while not wearing your heart on your sleeve, you must still prove through your actions that your friendship to them is that of commitment. This takes time.

The longer a relationship grows, the stronger it becomes. Therefore, if you mess up along the way, take comfort in the fact that tomorrow is another day, and the fact that you prove you have lasted and learned from yesterday's hardships, will in itself increase their feelings of commitment to you in the long run.


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