Last night I had a two and a half hour conversation with an upper classmen(a woman) over AIM(it was very late), but none the less, we discussed relationships and how introduction and interest is built. I found through all this that a generalized relationship starts by following this pattern:
- The first meeting, if in class or setup, is where it all begins. The first judgement is passed immediately if the person is worth pursuing. Next the conversation starts. Further judgements are made and the guy is to show his sweet side and make the girl feel liked.
- The next is the conversation after that meeting, if it decided to talk, so the guy is to now tone it back some. The guy is not supposed to talk that much by essentially turning away causing the girl to become curious as to why this is so. This will induce the girl to become interested in the guy.
- After step two is fully completed the guy is to once again become nice again and talk to her for hours on end, which is entirely understandable. This is also where the girl becomes close because all her stress from wondering is paid off by the guy showing interest again.
- This is the final step where the games continue. The two become an official couple and the process starts again. If any of you know what a sinusoid is (here is a picture). [Random Web Page]
You can apply that picture to the wave of being nice. Consider the highest points when you are to be talkative and the lowest points when you are not supposed to.
Although I came up with 4 step model, it is still such contradiction. Women, supposedly, want a guy who is straight up sweet, kind, and loving; never-the-less, this is not the case, most women chose to be with someone that looks good for their image or is eye-candy. Therefore, this makes all their previous statements lies, and I have to the conclusion that women are completely clueless of what they want. They are totally blind and they just go with the first thing that they believe is good, and this how it works. I have spent countless hours gathering, analyzing, and compounding peoples attitudes, actions, and thoughts, well the the thought that i persuasively made them tell me.