If you're talking to a girl you find attractive and she
tells you that she's got a boyfriend, you basically have two
choices. You can either say "Nice to meet you, and Good-Bye"
or you can carry on chatting to her because you still want
to seduce her anyway. Now, I'm going to leave that "moral
judge "up to you
is what to say and do, to have the best chance of success in
seducing her … IF you make the choice to go ahead and do so.
You see, usually when a girl meets a guy who is good at
seduction, she 'll subconsciously find him attractive on at
least a basic, primal level because physical or sexual
attraction is an automatic impulse that we, as animals
can not control. But as you probably guessed, the fact that
she's drawn to him does not mean that she'll jump straight
into bed with him. Her commitment to her boyfriend is THE
conscious factor which in this case overrides her physical
attraction to the man.
Now, in the past, I used to believe that once a girl said to
a guy "I've got a boyfriend", that mean that "Mr Pick-Up
Artist "had no chance of sleeping with her or stealing her
from the boyfriend. Now that I have the benefit of a few
years' experience as a pick up artist, I see things very
differently indeed. Anything can happen if you know how
female psychology works.
The first thing to note here is that when she says to a guy
she just met, especially very early on in the interaction,
"I have a boyfriend, you know" or even refer to her
boyfriend within a story she's telling, she's subconsciously
trying to remove from herself any suspect she might feel later
if she gets seduced and ends up sleeping with him later.
Most women NEVER like to take responsibility for sex or
admit openly that they get the impulse sometimes to have a
meaningless fling just like men. But the simple fact of
human life is that they do enjoy sex, and yes, sometimes,
sex with no strings attached. They do however, have a hard
time admitting this, even to themselves.
So, how does this apply to an actual seduction. Well, the
reason a girl mentions her boyfriend to a guy is so that if
she ends up sleeping with him, she can justify deep down to
herself that it was not really her fault, she'll be able to
say to herself "Well, I told him about my boyfriend but he
still talked me into it. "So if you bumped into a girl you
liked who said she had a boyfriend, instead of thinking
you've got no chance at all, you can see it for what it is,
which is that if you play your cards right you could still
get what you want.
So what you do is this: as soon as she tells you "I've got a
boyfriend "say something …