Socrates was a smart dude.
But not the nicest guy you’d meet.
He had perhaps the most anti-party skill ever.
Everybody’s met somebody who is like Socrates.
Not as smart, but the same kind of mindset.
The guy or gal who needs to assert their intellectual dominance.
Similar to those goofs online who are always pointing out grammatical mistakes.
Imagine you’re hanging out a party.
And you’re telling a story about something.
Something maybe based on history, or science.
But the point is not a scientific lecture.
The point is to use that as the subject around which you wrap your party game.
Maybe riffing on ideas about relativity or solar eclipses or something.
But that is really only a means to an end.
Time Travel Love
The end is to get all party people laughing and having a good time.
You nor they care much about the accuracy of your stories.
Maybe your telling stories about time travel paradoxes related to a movie you recently saw.
Everybody’s feeling good.
Until Dr. Smarty Pants shows up.
“That’s actually inaccurate. Studies have been done to show that in reality…”
And away they go trying to assert their buzz killing intellectual dominance.
Nobody really likes these types.
At least not in party situation.
Sure, if you need to build a rocket engine, yeah.
But when you’re trying to get laid, then, uh, no.
Socrates was like this.
But he had a very weird way of doing it.
The one thing that Socrates was famous for was knowing he, nor anybody else, really “knew” anything.
And he could prove that NOBODY really knew what they are talking about.
This is actually pretty easy to do.
Nobody Really Knows
One, because he was correct.
Unless we are talking about scientifically verifiable ideas, EVERYTHING we are talking about is really an opinion.
But sharing opinions with others is party of our nature.
We ENJOY stuff like this.
So when some goof comes around just to prove everybody wrong, that dude is the LEAST LIKELY to get laid.
So, why would somebody learn how to do this?
Suppose somebody had a really negative opinion.
A negative opinion about you.
And delivered it while you were about to seduce the lady THEY wish they could seduce.
This is hard from a “fight fire with fire” standpoint.
Because then the person you were about to take home is now watching two idiots trying to out-opinion each other.
A much better way would be to dismantle their opinion with simple, honest questions.
Seek And Destroy
To make THEM look like an idiot, while you keep your cool.
So when that dude sulks off back into the corner, you can get back to your love game.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.