How To Make Conversations More Fun – The Opposite And Exaggerate
When we are learning how to attract women it can be easy for us to let the energy drop in an interaction, where it becomes dry, boring and dull. For example a conversation where we are simply exchanging information and facts about ourselves without any adding any real personality or character.
When I was learning stand-up comedy I came across a really simple way to make people laugh which can be used naturally in day-to-day conversation to make them more exciting, interesting and fun. The beauty of this technique is that it can be applied to virtually any situation and is completely unique every time.
We can do this by simply saying the opposite to what we are really thinking and then exaggerate it to a point beyond reality so that people know we are joking. Let me give you a few examples that we use on our pua training courses to explain using some typical questions we might get asked.
How To Make Conversations More Fun #1: Our Age
Question: “How old are you?”
Typical and obvious response: “I’m 33?” (Our real age)
Pick up artist fun response: “I’m actually 65… I’ve just had a lot of work done. Can you see the scar lines behind my ears? My plastic surgeon is really good; I’m back under the knife next week to have breast implants”
How To Make Conversations More Fun #2: Our Job
Question: “What do you do for a living?
Typical and obvious response “I’m a teacher” (Our real job)
Fun response “I’m a porridge tester. I really like it but my boss is a nightmare. She can’t stand it if the porridge is too hot or too cold so I have to try every bowl and make sure that it is just right. To make matters worse, she’s only 12 years old! How humiliating”
How To Make Conversations More Fun – Example #3: Our Holiday
Question: “How was your holiday?”
Typical and obvious response: “It was really nice thanks, the weather was great and food was amazing.” (Our real answer)
Fun response: “Oh my god…. It was terrible. I just couldn’t enjoy myself. I kept thinking about work and spent most of the time checking my emails” (assuming you’re not someone who would actually do this of course)
On our daygame courses we teach that the knack of getting this right is to make sure we exaggerate to a point where people know that we are joking. Generally speaking the more extreme we make the exaggeration the more fun, exciting and spontaneous it will make the conversation.
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