Accept The DHV & Pre-Selection Props That They Give You


Unlike the greater percentages of males out there, I happen to work with an all-female staff with myself being the lone male.

This dynamic can be good or bad depended on how you look at things.

For instance: women are very catty, petty and bitchy. In the workplace environment there’s no difference.

On the other hand, you can actually learn a lot about women by observing their operations as in a co-worker situation such as myself.

In addition to that, you should take note of nuance circumstances like when your female coworkers inadvertently play you up to other girls (perhaps another female coworker).

Historically; I don’t do coworkers. Not that I have anything against it, nor do I believe it’s unethical and so forth. I just don’t often have the logistical opportunity to bang a coworker (though I have in the past).

In any case, and this doesn’t have to be a coworker situation, there are times when your female coworkers, or women for that matter, will DHV you or make you appear as an attractive man to others women.

Note: this is done inadvertently and sub-consciously.

Ever had women (or a woman) say some slick, snarky shit to you, or about you, in the presence of other chicks?

Of course you have!

We all have!

Generally, guys play the ultra-defensive role in trying to defuse the snarky comment, not realizing that this may actually be a DHV in his favor.

What am I actually getting at?

Well- for example- I have 3 female coworkers who regularly bust my chops and try to play C&F (Cocky-Funny) with me.

We have like a push-pull, banterish sort of relationship.

Over the past few months, the main antagonist would say to me:

“So Kenny, how many women did you sleep with over the weekend since you’re such a whore”?

“BINGO”!

Rationally thinking, the average guy would take such a comment/question in the negative, to either play the defensive or get somewhat annoyed at the audacity of being called a man-whore.

Whenever this prime antagonist of a coworker, around other female coworkers, says that I’m a whore, I flip the script and take it positively.

I don’t tell her to stop.

I don’t back down from her assertions.

Even when I tell her that I’m an angel, it isn’t believable at all, coupled with the fact that I’m being humorous about the angel part.

Overall, you never want to get offended whenever chicks inadvertently make you look more attractive in the eyes of other women.

If a girl calls you a whore or womanizer; you don’t back down from that claim!

You own it by agreeing with her! Or play it cool while being neutral.

Here’s what I’ve been noticing over the months ever since 3 female coworkers of mines, in particular, have been trying to brand me as a womanizing player (which I am by the way): those same 3, included the others who tend to keep out of the back and forth banter, they have been coming on to me ever so slightly over the past month or so.

This means more subtle IOI’s from them, and more insinuations and sexual innuendos on their part.

Here’s the reality- and this is for guys who aren’t au-fait with what we teach in seduction: women are subconsciously attracted to womanizers, players and ladies’ man.

I won’t get into elaborate details about how and why this is.

As an average thinker who’ve drunk the koolaid of mainstream dating, you’re led to believe that being labeled a womanizing lad would devastate any chance of that guy ever getting a girlfriend or even just to get a girl remotely interested.

Well- top-tier pick-up artists such as myself have debunked this myth time after time.

Hence, as it pertains to the situation between my female coworkers and myself, I was smart enough to see through the facade, and in turn, work it in a way that amplifies the attraction.

Be on guard for the subtle IOI’s and when girls talk you up in the presence of other girls.

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