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false ideas about relationships
Date: 26.12.18
I'm going to release a product called sweet Venom sweet venom has to do with picking up the most beautiful women in the world. Sweet venom has to do with when you're out in a social environment to stay in your rhythm and not allow the environment to break your rhythm or change it. Sweet venom has to do with taking control of every single individual in the group, socially in such a subtle way, that it would be like a sweet poison seeping into their system. By the time they realize it's poison, they have to go to sleep, but it tastes so good.

It can't be that bad. It tastes so good. Here's what's preventing you here's what's preventing you from being successful at mating. You have a lot of false ideas.

I've had to clear out those false ideas in myself and insert proper ideas instead. So let's start with one of biggest false ideas. It was perpetuated, it was created, as most of these false ideas are, by women. Then it was caught on by what we call white knights. White Knights are guys who because they want the woman's attention will bend over backwards, even when she's completely rude or wrong. They will comply with everything that she says.

So here's the first false idea: You think that falling in love or getting with somebody. It's supposed to be a natural spontaneous activity that takes place and all you need to do is just be yourself.

And when you're yourself in a relationship, they learn to love you for you and you learn to love them for them and together you grow and you end up conquering the world. That is the biggest fairy tale I've ever heard. Do you get, that it sounded fake, but that's actually what people believe. They think you're not supposed to systematically go out and grab a girl. You're not supposed to walk into a room, see the hottest woman in there, walk up to her and make her yours and make her fall in love. You see how these words don't seem to work?

All throughout our history on planet earth men have tried to make women fall in love with them and women have tried to make men fall in love with them. This is cultural straight across the board. Every culture has their own version of doing this, but it's something that's been going on forever.
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false ideas about relationships
Date: 26.12.18
I'm going to release a product called sweet Venom sweet venom has to do with picking up the most beautiful women in the world. Sweet venom has to do with when you're out in a social environment to stay in your rhythm and not allow the environment to break your rhythm or change it. Sweet venom has to do with taking control of every single individual in the group, socially in such a subtle way, that it would be like a sweet poison seeping into their system. By the time they realize it's poison, they have to go to sleep, but it tastes so good.

It can't be that bad. It tastes so good. Here's what's preventing you here's what's preventing you from being successful at mating. You have a lot of false ideas.

I've had to clear out those false ideas in myself and insert proper ideas instead. So let's start with one of biggest false ideas. It was perpetuated, it was created, as most of these false ideas are, by women. Then it was caught on by what we call white knights. White Knights are guys who because they want the woman's attention will bend over backwards, even when she's completely rude or wrong. They will comply with everything that she says.

So here's the first false idea: You think that falling in love or getting with somebody. It's supposed to be a natural spontaneous activity that takes place and all you need to do is just be yourself.

And when you're yourself in a relationship, they learn to love you for you and you learn to love them for them and together you grow and you end up conquering the world. That is the biggest fairy tale I've ever heard. Do you get, that it sounded fake, but that's actually what people believe. They think you're not supposed to systematically go out and grab a girl. You're not supposed to walk into a room, see the hottest woman in there, walk up to her and make her yours and make her fall in love. You see how these words don't seem to work?

All throughout our history on planet earth men have tried to make women fall in love with them and women have tried to make men fall in love with them. This is cultural straight across the board. Every culture has their own version of doing this, but it's something that's been going on forever.
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