Why My Texting Formula Kicks Fucking Ass

Tue, 31/01/2017

Hey it’s Brad,

There are a few good programs out there on text game.

Mine is hands down the best, I’ve been saying that for a
few years now.

A guy in 30/30 Club recently asked why?

What about my texting method makes it better than
anybody else’s?

…He said every dating coach out there has a texting
product ad every single one of them claims that it’s the
best, that it has magical powers, that it gets you in
her pants instantly, etc.

And you know what?

He’s right.

So what makes my program different? Well…

…Everything.

I took everything I know about female psychology and
applied it to texting.

Guys have had more luck texting with my methods than
with any other I’ve seen.

And I’ll give you a concrete example of a sweet
technique that I’ll arm you with in this program….

I call it the “Sitcom Sequence”.

This is something I created and it ropes her in and
makes her comfortable and attracted like nothing else.

If you have ever watched a sitcom, you probably get the
idea of how the plot works:

Sitcom is short for “situational comedy” and the idea is
that the entertainment comes from the situation that the
characters are put in.

This is a great formula for fun and entertainment, and
I’ve adapted this formula to text game.

The idea was simple:

How can I create a text method where people are
generating their own fun, rather than copying and
pasting text messages from the book?

This “sitcom sequence” was the result of that idea.

In a sitcom, most of the fun comes from the fact that
one of the characters tells a “little white lie,” which
seems harmless at first…

…Then as the episode continues, the lie gets out of
control, and other characters have to cover for the
character that first told the lie.

It’s a timeless formula.

Time and time again, it’s proven to be successful and
entertaining.

And it ropes her in.

In my program, I show you how to adapt this same formula
to your texting so you can stand out from all the other
guys, who usually text something like “WASSUP?”

In a sitcom sequence, the plot unfolds and the girl is
swept up in it. There is no pressure for her to
contribute, and the drama is magically unfolding around
her.

If you are getting a lot of “low investment” short texts
from women, this is a great method for you, because it
doesn’t require the girl to do very much.

Do you want to learn how to do it?

It’s in this video.

Talk soon,

Brad P.