The Bluffer's Guide to Seduction

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Seductees

The two obvious players in any seduction are the Seductor and the Seductee. The word “seducer” should be avoided since it is only ever used in a mildly insulting context, referring to someone who tries hard but without much success. Seductors and Seductees can also be divided into the Professional and the Amateur, whereas the seducer is merely incorrigible.

 

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Overview

Seductees

The two obvious players in any seduction are the Seductor and the Seductee. The word “seducer” should be avoided since it is only ever used in a mildly insulting context, referring to someone who tries hard but without much success. Seductors and Seductees can also be divided into the Professional and the Amateur, whereas the seducer is merely incorrigible.

 

Amateur seductors

It is a mistake to use hackneyed opening lines. If you can't think of anything outstanding to say, it doesn't matter. Leave witty remarks to those Amateur Seductors who buy books on the subject and practice while doing their teeth. Remember the rule of the art is that seductions should never look as if they started out that way. A Seductee has to be allowed some measure of self-respect.

 

Professional seductors

Professionals are never surprised when the seduction succeeds. Amateurs always are. Professionals are surprised when the seduction doesn't succeed. Amateurs console themselves with the fact that they and the other person involved can still be friends.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781906042042
  • Publisher: Oval Books
  • Publication date: 1/1/2007
  • Series: Bluffer's Guides
  • Pages: 92
  • Product dimensions: 4.30 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Yves Chébran drew on the experience of several wives (some of them his own), and a few interesting encounters in order to write this book. He wishes it to be known, however, that nowadays he is effectively retired. It might not be so much fun, but it is far less expensive. In time he hopes to reinstate his credit rating.

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Seductees The two obvious players in any seduction are the Seductor and the Seductee. The word "seducer" should be avoided since it is only ever used in a mildly insulting context, referring to someone who tries hard but without much success. Seductors and Seductees can also be divided into the Professional and the Amateur, whereas the seducer is merely incorrigible.

Amateur seductors It is a mistake to use hackneyed opening lines. If you can't think of anything outstanding to say, it doesn't matter. Leave witty remarks to those Amateur Seductors who buy books on the subject and practise while doing their teeth. Remember the rule of the art is that seductions should never look as if they started out that way. A Seductee has to be allowed some measure of self-respect.

Professional seductors Professionals are never surprised when the seduction succeeds. Amateurs always are. Professionals are surprised when the seduction doesn't succeed. Amateurs console themselves with the fact that they and the other person involved can still be friends.

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Table of Contents

The Art of Seduction Seduction Combinations Knowing the Motives Adapting Your Style Flirting Foreign Seduction Techniques Body Language

Seductive Types Professional Amateur (male)
Amateur (female)

Meeting Opening Lines Especially Seductive Places Dealing with Difficult Situations

She Seduces Him The Setting The Occasion The Preparations The Arrival The Seduction The Denouement

He Seduces Her The Setting The Occasion The Preparations The Arrival The Move The Finale

Useful Words and Phrases

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