Women Want to Fuck Me Everywhere I Go

by Eric Disco
Mar 10

It first came out as a joke.

I’m in an art gallery with my friend looking at some photos. There is a hot photo of a girl with a guitar practically making love to the camera.

“Wow, she’s pretty hot,” I say to my friend.

“Oh yeah. That’s Michelle Branch” he says.

“She wants me, I can tell,” I joke with him.

But in a way, I’m serious.

This superstar, sexy-as-hell girl with a guitar in a photo wants me. There is no way that is reality, is there?

Yes, it is possible. And no, this is not some Twilight Zone episode.

Agreed, she’s never met me before or even seen me. But I truly do feel like she wants me.

I’ve always shied away from things like affirmations. I hate the idea of sitting in your room trying to improve yourself when you really should be out in the world improving yourself by living your life.

And I still believe the best way to improve your life is to actually live your life.

But a while ago I began adding a different dimension to my confidence, inspired by some suggestions from the one and only Cory Skyy.

No matter how good I got with women, there was still a problem.

I would see a hot woman and the first thing to enter my mind was some sort of exclamation like “Holy shit that girl is hot.”

The second thing to run through my mind was doubt.

Some kind of doubt.

Can I get a girl like that?

Or perhaps even worse.

I can’t get a girl like that.

No matter how good I got and found out that, yes, I can get a girl like that, my confidence was still faltering at that first instant of seeing her.

Then Cory Skyy turned me on to a simple mantra:

Women want to fuck me everywhere I go.

He wanted me to say it everywhere.

All the time.

With a bit of hesitation I decided to do it.

And the payoff was incredible.

I would walk onto the subway train. I might get a look or two from a person. Instead of feeling self-conscious and wondering whether they liked what they saw, I had the mantra running through my head.

Women want to fuck me everywhere I go.

All of a sudden I walked with more confidence.

I would lock eyes with a girl and instead of freezing up and worrying whether or not she liked what she was seeing, I knew. Instantly.

Women want to fuck me everywhere I go.

Like a knee-jerk reaction I said it over and over.

And then I started to live it. I started to walk it. I started to be it. I started to know instead of wonder.

Instead of questioning if women liked me, I was questioning whether they were good enough for me.

When it started to happened automatically, I was dumbfounded.

I was looking in a window and noticed the reflection of a hot girl looking somewhere near me. Without even thinking, without even forcing it, the words popped into my head.

She wants me.

Is it true, or is it just in my head?

It doesn’t matter.

In Depression: The Evolution of Powerlessness, Paul Gilbert talks about the benefits of postive self-deception:

In order to make space and take initiative, it would appear that humans have evolved the ability to be somewhat over-confident in their estimations of their own ability and the controllability of things. We may make estimates that are not entirely accurate. Self-deception has overcome the potential problem of having to be sure of (honest with) oneself. There is now evidence that humans overestimate their abilities in many situations and see themselves more positively than others see them. The depressed person, however, may be more honest and realistic, not necesarily more negative.

In a review of a large number of studies, Taylor and Brown found that positive self-deception allows us to take care of each other, look forward to the future and work creatively. All of these may be extremely adaptive from an inclusive fitness point of view. It also has clear advantages to mental health. But self-deception may also lead to increased explorative behavior and a greater willingness to show off to each other and take risks.

Is it any wonder that women find confidence attractive?

So much of this huge life-defining thing called confidence boils down to just one tiny little moment.

At the beginning when you and another person are first aware of each other, you either do or do not worry that that person likes you.

If, from the start, you are 110% sure that you are infinitely likeable, from there you’ve pretty much got it made.

You may ask yourself, will she like you or will doubt creep in?

As for me, I don’t wonder anymore, I know.

She wants me.


Cory is a good friend of mine and one of the best guys out there when it comes to women. He is unlike anything you’ll find in “the community.”

His life-changing audio program Magnetic Mindset is available for pre-order here: http://badboywithaheart.com/mindset


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