I do listen to it again and again.I'd read his books on iTunes iBooks and then listened to the Black Book audiobook.Some have said to me that teasing women doesn't make sense. But I found that teasing girls makes them laugh.
I just saw a question on the questionnaire below: If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?My answer:Shallow Hal 2 - Shallow Hal gets his sh*t together and succeeds with REALLY gorgeous women, not, low-confidence, can't control her eating, overweight ones.
I've seen guys insult women and get owned by them when all they were trying to do was have a laugh. And then some of my guy friends are just losers where talking to women is concerned. They bore them.
This audiobook sets boundaries so you don't overstep the mark and gives you specific lines. But you don't just rely on these teases. It's set up to add on to them, develop my own and not be such a gumby.
I've used these lines and mostly they make women laugh and even flirt back, hitting my arm or hugging me. Sometimes they don't work on one girl but then they do on another. It's probably just down to me practicing my delivery.
The funny psychology. Who would even think this stuff works?! It takes a strange sense of humor I guess to come up with this...stuff
Thought and audio quality
Shallow Hal 2 - Shallow Hal gets his sh*t together and succeeds with REALLY gorgeous women, not, low-confidence, can't control her eating, overweight ones.
Don't expect every tease to work. And you might think it's cheesy at times. But like the Karate Kid 'Crane Technique', when the conditions are right, this stuff works
Compelling speaker who has his sh*t together. I'd read his books before on iTunes iBooks but never heard his voice. One of the BIGGEST moments for me in this book is about "the fear of women" and why so many guys are so scared to approach and build attraction.
It hit me like a rock. It's not a fear of women. It's actually a fear that I didn't get my act together in life and it's not good enough for a quality girl. So for example, if I'm overweight. My fault. I should have hit the gym and curbed my bad eating habits. Why should I expect a hot girl to just fall for me? Or if I had a crappy job (which i don't), my fault. I should have pursued my career aspirations so a hot woman would admire me and be proud of me. Or if my teeth were yellow from smoking, my fault. If I had my act together i would never fear a single woman. I'd know my power and my worth.
This audiobook is very realistic and I'm a big fan. I was probably hooked after reading his books on iTunes but after hearing his voice, I can hear his education.
Like I said, I think feminists will hate this because it gives the power back to men and is a great step-by-step.
Probably more David D stuff, combined with stuff I'd heard from Style. It's descriptive in psychology and describes why certain techniques and conversational ideas work effectively.
It won't cure world peace mind you. But it gives a better balance to men, or the not-so confident ones.
Voice, production, knowledge
The power is in my hands. Approach and fail or approach and succeed. being outcome dependent is useless. I will no longer care about the outcome of any interaction with women.
I don't generally write reviews. but I'm on a path of self development and IF I happen to come across something that will help others, I will recommend it. There is a lot of crap out there. This is NOT one of them.
I've listened to The art of Teasing as well. Very funny
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