A very old and widely used phrase is:
“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”
The idea is that Vegas is where you can do things you wouldn’t normally do.
So when you and your buddies go to Vegas, it’s understood that nobody talks about this stuff.
Within the same basic structure, going on vacation makes it easier to do things you wouldn’t normally do.
This is why, according to some, if you ask a lady how many guys she’s been with, she won’t “count” the guys on vacation.
Which does kind of make sense.
When guys and girls go on vacation, it’s very easy to BE somebody that you aren’t.
Different place, different rules, even a different language or a different continent.
Even if you don’t consciously plan on “being different” it happens.
For one, you’re in a good mood.
This creates different feelings, different behaviors.
And if you’re in a tourist place, there are others in the same frame of mind.
Better moods, better behaviors.
We ditch our diets, ditch our normal levels of social comfort and ditch any tendencies of worrying about consequences.
So if you are like that, and there are other people that are like that, it’s usually a pretty fun time.
The same kind of things goes on New Year’s eve parties.
The whole feeling of “this doesn’t count,” especially during the count down.
Imagine if everybody behaved all the time like they do a the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve.
Random girls kissing each other on the street.
Normally reserved guys whooping and hollering on street corners:
“Yeah! Tuesday mother effers! Happy effing Tuesday morning!!”
Naturally, this would cause untold mayhem.
It might happen if there was a gigantic meteor about to plunge is all back into the stone age.
But normally we need to do normal things.
We need to show up to work on time, not FORCE people outside of their comfort zones, and generally be responsible adults.
But if you could create the vacation mindset, without needing to go on vacation?
Theoretically, it WOULD be pretty easy to “trick” somebody they were on vacation.
Like for a prank or something.
So long as they went to a bar or club they’d never been to before.
So they’d see people they never saw before.
This would have to be organized, you’d have to change some of the sings in side the bar.
But it would be pretty easy.
Not only to “trick” them into thinking they were somewhere else, but to elicit that “vacation behavior.”
Even easier would be to create that vacation behavior in yourself.
Flip it on when you want to have a good time.
Flip it off when you need to be “responsible.”
On demand party brain.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.