If you ever watch good verbal movie seductions – like, say, one featuring Sean Connery or George Clooney – you’ll notice there’s often a moment when the male suddenly cuts all the cute stuff, leans in, and says something that locks the tension in and dials it up through the roof.
This is usually the moment of the seduction when you smile to yourself and say, “Wow, he’s good.”
Sometimes when one of these men do this, the woman in question is going off on a tangent, or rambling, or even panicking.
And then he just hushes her up, leans in, drops a little word bomb on her, and the tension goes through the roof.
If they’re somewhere private, they may start kissing... then disrobing. If they’re in public, the tension might be thick enough to chop with a meat cleaver (and the man will follow it up either by lightening the mood a bit to avoid cresting emotions too high and causing the spell to break... or by pulling her somewhere private, if it’s an option).
For the sake of discussing this technique more easily, I’m going to call the phrases the male uses ‘tension locks’; there are four (4) of them, they can be really effective, and best of all, you needn’t be a movie star or a master seducer to use them.
You just need to know what they are, and when to put them into play.