On Boys and Girls

Does the hilarious recording below remind you more of this post or this one?

Dimitri the Stud

Is an insecure Dimitri merely trying to throw his target off balance so that she might fall into his arms, or is this a more insidious move to establish permanent dominance?  Is Demitri just a negger* (please!) or is he a sociopath?

Here’s the story:

[A] girl was out with friends having drinks on King St (in Toronto ).  This guy approaches her and won’t leave her alone -saying how cute she is. She finally gives in  and hands the guy her business card to get rid of him. 
The attached  is an MP3 file of not one, but TWO voicemails this guy left. This goes down  in the history books – especially the second voice mail. 
After hearing them you can clearly see why she didn’t call him back
instead she called in to the Z103.5 morning show & had them play this on the air.
Ladies: He is out there… :)

And, as long as we’re back on relationships, here’s the very funny “new iphone commercial.”  Brilliant!

* Negger: n. It’s a way to pick up girls. How it works is you use remarks to tap into female insecurity; Shake their confidence.

Neg is a negative remark wrapped in a back-handed compliment.
So your neg will confuse and intrigue them and maybe even shake their confidence a little bit, but only enough for them to fall from the clouds and be interested in talking to you. Its way to get threw their defenses at bars and such.


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One response to “On Boys and Girls

  1. It’s viral marketing for a Sacha Baron Cohen film! (read all the comments below this article)


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