When she's just about to reject you… or she isn't, but the conversation's grown stale… or you just need a boost… break out the 'interest bait', and suck her back in.
Wanna know something you're sure to find useful with girls?
By asking an intriguing question, or making an intriguing yet unfinished statement, you can draw someone in.
You can use this 'interest bait' to prop up slumping conversations. It's also great as a boost to otherwise okay interactions that could benefit from stronger energy.
Questions and statements like these serve as a powerful tactic for transitions from one conversation topic to another, too.
Such a tactic can even let you stop in her tracks a woman who's about to walk away (as I discussed in a few examples in my article last week on women who are closed off or impossible).
This is a simple tactic to use.
It also isn't anything new. I've used plenty of such questions and statements in my examples in articles throughout the years, as have the other authors here. Alek Rolstad makes good use of interest bait in his excellent 9-part series on hooking girls in, which any serious student of seduction owes a read.
Additionally, simply by using interest bait you set yourself up as a sort of authority (which is in itself attractive).
That's because, usually, the only people who talk this way are people in authority positions. So long as it comes across congruent, interest bait is powerful to use.
Yet few men use it. You ought to be among them.