When you hear someone of the opposite sex 'mmmmmmmmm' in a drawn-out, slightly breathy voice tone, what does that make you feel inside?
And when you hear someone of the opposite sex say 'ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh' in the same sort of drawn out voice tone voice tone, what does that make you feel inside?
How about when someone says to you "Hey, what's up?" How does that you feel inside?
I bet it makes you feel different than when people say 'mmmmm' or 'ohhhhhh', now, mmmmmmm, doesn't it?
Simple statements and questions like "Hey, what's up?" don't make you feel much of anything, except neutrality, or maybe a bit of boredom. But MMMMM or OHHHHHH and similar 'statements' make you actually feeeeeeeeeeel something good...feel something deep, warm, and wonderful, now don't they? Ooooooooooooo!
They really do! If they don't, it's because you're dead, and what you need to do is attract necrophiliacs -- which is entirely outside of the range of 22 Secrets, not to mention good taste. Assuming you're alive and are positively impacted by well done oooohs and ahhhhhs and ohhhhs, it works at least in part because these words are used in situations which can be ohhhhhhh so very, very pleasant. They're sensually and sexually evocative sounds. What's extra nice about these words, though, is that you can use them in situations where you're not naked and sweaty. That's right, you can say them during normal conversation... evoking feelings of warmth and sensuality in your listener.... while NOT at all seeming out of the ordinary.
Better yet, you can do more than say "ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh" or "mmmmmmmmmmmmm" alone. They don't have to merely be used, for instance, as a response.
"I went shopping today"
You can, in fact, drop them into almost any sentence. You can view these words as 'spices' to be used like spices are in real foods: appropriately (AKA contextually -- i.e, the right spice for the right food), and in the right proportions (a little here and there of one spice, and a LOT of another there and here).
For instance, let's say someone asks you a question like "Do you go there often".
You could say "Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, why, yes, in fact, I do go there often".
Or, you could say, "Ohhhhhhhhhhh, hMMMMMM, let me think for a moment.... yes, mmmmmmmm, i'd say I go there maybe 3 times a week".
There's lots of variations. You're the chef who cooks up your words and their presentation. Be like Wolfgang Puck -- the first man to at once amaze and gross out quite a number of people by putting duck on pizza -- and experiment!
By doing this, you'll can take otherwise neutral or boring conversation and add some truly sensual flair to it. You'll make others tingle... with words!
When done appropriately, people will love your gourmet way of making them tingle. They'll start to feel addicted to the way you express yourself. They'll start to wonder just what it'll be like to experience these expressions, mmmmm, somewhere else. Why, I know personally just how much certain people, when starved of this kind of stimulation, will want to come and get you.
Remember the old high school age game where you add the words "In bed", to the end of every sentence? Let's redo the last paragraph like that.
When done appropriately, people will love your gourmet way of making them tingle in bed. They'll start to feel addicted to the way you express yourself in bed. They'll start to wonder just what it'll be like to experience these expressions, mmmmm, somewhere else in bed. Why, I know personally just how much certain people, when starved of this kind of stimulation, will want to come and get you in bed.
There, now. I hope I've made myself, ahhhhhh, crystal, mmmmm, clear. Hope you're vividly seeing some of the results this secret can have in your life. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh, yeah!
1. When I say 'breathy', I don't mean gasping. Learn and note the difference in yourself and others.
What I mean for you to do is simply allowing your breath to be heard. It's like in sensual songs. Ever notice that in the most sensual songs, the producers haven't edited out the singers breathing? They allow it to be heard. So should you. This is more of a matter of not hiding it rather than amplifying much.
2. You can 'draw out' any word. Notice how I drew out the word 'feel' into 'feeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel' above. I'll actually do this verbally. I'll elongate the vowel sounds of 'yummy' words. I will play with a word with my mouth -- in a sense, 'making love' with the word aurally.
Doesn't that just feeeeeeeeeeel right? Isn't it just so taaaaaaasty to imagine hearing someone you desire talk subtly like this? Do unto others as you want done to you!