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If You Start a Relationship This Way You're Setting Yourself up For Disaster.
Framing/Teasing/Negging w/ younger girls (ages 20-25): via text message: Guarded, act unimpressed and sometimes even go into bitch-mode in person: Very receptive to it,
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Negging will sound like, “You look good today, I wasn’t expecting that” or “I thought you were too pretty to be clever.” 2. Look out for insults disguised as questions As well as back-handed compliments, negging can span disguising insults as
Framing/Teasing/Negging w/ younger girls (ages 20-25): via text message: Guarded, act unimpressed and sometimes even go into bitch-mode in person: Very receptive to it, laughing, really gets them going Framing/Teasing/Negging w/ older girls (ages 25-30+): via text message: Receptive, they usually laugh and go along with it
“Okay.” (then do what you were going to do anyway) “Howabout no.” Take a beat of sweet, cold, delicious silence. Maybe give a confused shake of the head, like you saw a dog do a magic trick. Consider the shrug. Then go back to whatever you were saying or doing without acknowledging what John said.