Dating expert shares 'cheeky' dating tactic that's ‘tricking’ women into bed
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A dating expert has opened up on a new phenomenon that sees women go for guys they wouldn't normally look twice at.
Being tall and 'handsome' is out of fashion these days as many women are becoming attracted to something entirely different, columnist Jana Hocking has argued.
The Australian journalist, who works for news.com.au, has revealed that instead of looks, women are more interested in whether or not you have the 'rizz'.
It is a term you may have heard on TikTok, but it basically short for 'charisma' and has been defined in Urban Dictionary as 'the quality of attracting women without even trying'.
Opening up on the first time she was attacked by the 'rizz', she said: "There was the skinny, lanky guy at a new job I rocked up to.
"He was giving stick insect vibes and I didn’t really pay him much attention.
"That was until our first production meeting, when he started getting really passionate about the project we were working on.
"He was confidently throwing ideas left, right and centre. Dominating the conversation in a good way.
"Giving me props for my ideas and basically being a total boss. I couldn’t get enough of it.
"By the time we made it to the end of our work contract I was absolutely gagging for this gorgeous Daddy long legs.
"His rizz worked a charm and before I knew it, we were celebrating between the sheets."
Recalling another time it happened, Hocking added: "Then there was the guy who slid into my DMs during lockdown.
"He was far too old for me and bald as a badger.
"So, when he offered to make cocktails and go for a walk around our local suburb, my bored self thought, 'sure, he’ll make for a good friend, but nothing more'.
"Jump forward a few hours later, and his deep voice, cocky attitude and complete self-assuredness had me prepared to risk Covid for a bit of sexy time.
"Have to say, worth it. The rizz I tell you. It’s dangerous."
While some might argue that dating in 2023, post-pandemic, is the toughest it's ever been, Hocking insists that 'injecting a little rizz into our dating game' will do you the world of good.
"So next time you spot a woman (or man) in the crowd that takes your fancy, why not turn on the charm and go up and say hello?" she said.
"Woo them with your broad smile, confident demeanour and ballsy bravado. And heck, if you’re not feeling all those things, simply fake it till you make it.
"You may very well surprise yourself. It certainly worked for Pete Davidson."
Always shoot your shot.
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