Japanese Prank Show
There used to be a lot of very interesting Japanese prank game shows. Not so much anymore because I think a lot of people got sued. There was one there was kind of simple, kind of interesting.
It started off with a young woman, a young attractive woman in this small side street. She was acting as if she had just had a problem with her foot or her shoe. Like she had just broken heel or something. She was on the ground and she was acting like she needed help and she was just waiting for a male to come walking past on the larger street to come in and help her.
One of the most common stories about seduction and mythology is the sirens from the story of Odysseus. As the story goes, there was this island and on this island were these horrific monsters that ate people, but they would attract people to come onto the island by emitting this sound that made it sound like there were these absolutely gorgeous creatures.
Lovely Seductive Sounds
Pure seductive femininity. Sailors would go by, they would hear these gorgeous sounds, they would be compelled against their will to land on the island and then these creatures would eat them.
It’s a very common trope in post-apocalyptic dystopian future movies where the hero and his friends will be traveling along and they’ll see a woman or a couple of women that are in some type of trouble and of course stop and get out to help this woman.
Humans have a lot of instincts. A lot more than most people realize. A lot of these instincts drive our emotions. For example, if you see a baby and you pick it up, a lot of evolutionary psychologists believe this is an instinct to protect a young child.
Normal People Love Babies
We have this instinct to feel pleasure when we pick up a small smiling or giggling baby. There’re a lot of other interpersonal instincts. We have one collection of instincts that could be called our compassion instincts to help people out that are in some type of need.
We also had these other emotional instincts that help us to fall in love with other humans. Some people that are very intelligent and very sociopathic. They can purposely manipulate these instincts. They can kind of operator us like puppets. They know how to push our buttons how to make us feel certain ways.
These very intelligent, very articulate sociopaths can play us like a violin in the way they behave because they’re behaving not in a natural, spontaneous organic way. They’re behaving in a very deliberate, very conscientious way to specifically elicit a collection of behaviors from us that will be beneficial to them.
Manipulated Taste Buds
Very much like food companies can deliberately manufacture processed foods with a very specific chemical structure to make us unable to stop eating when we want to. People can act in a way around us that will make us behave in a response that we don’t really want to but we feel compelled to.
That’s essentially how our instincts work. They are a collection of compulsions that make us behave in a certain way even when we don’t want to behave in that way. Like when you start eating a bag of chips. You would like to stop but you have to keep eating because instincts are telling you to keep eating.
The reason your instincts are telling you to keep eating is because the company that made the potato chips specifically formulated them so you wouldn’t be able to stop eating. Because if they can do that they can make a lot more money.
People can do this individually. Some people are very skilled at this, but they don’t even know that they’re doing it. That makes them a lot more destructive. If you happen to get into a relationship with one of these people, they’re playing you like a violin in a very destructive way. A very win-lose way. They don’t even realize what they’re doing which means they can’t really stop.
Of course when the guys stop and get out to help the girl, the girl’s friends pop out and the girls friends will attempt to kill the guys, the heroes and take their stuff. A lot of secondary tropes for this particular trope is that the girl has been kidnapped by these guys.
Part of the heroes journey is to kill the bad guys and rescue the girl from her kidnappers that made her be bait for their trap. In a sense this is leveraging the compassion instinct and kind of a nested way.
Dudes, I Gotta Hear Them!
Odysseus was very interested in understanding what these sirens sounded like but he knew that he wouldn’t be able to resist consciously. So he had his crew put beeswax in their ears. He had them tie him to the mast and he gave them strict orders that no matter what he said, they were not to land on this island under any circumstances.
As soon as he heard the sirens, even though he knew consciously that they were monsters and they were going to eat him, he was begging his crew to land on the island. He almost went insane because he wanted to land on the island so much.
This is how powerful our instincts are compared to our conscious minds. Even though we know something is very bad for us, once our instincts are triggered it’s impossible to resist.
Let Me Help….AHHHH!
So the guy walks down the alley to help this poor young Japanese female and there’s this trapdoor that he falls into. The trap door falls into fairly large room. It’s a padded room so the guy never gets hurt.
That’s essentially the prank. The guy walked down this alley to help this girl to fall into this trap door and in the trapdoor they have all these cameras. The prank is just a watch this expression on his face.
This middle-aged businessman who is going down this alley to help this young hurt attractive Japanese female but then he falls into a trap.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.