1008 Confusion

2 days ago we briefly covered the economics of compliments. Today we'll be covering a somewhat similar topic. If you want someone to think about a sentence you say, the sentence has to catch them off guard. As an example, if someone came up to you and said: "I don't want to offend you, but that's a nice hat," you will be confused to an unbelievable degree.

Another fun idea: go up to a person who appears to have an obvious gender and say: "Damm, if only you were 'insert obvious gender,' I would ask you for a date." Some will find that statement humorous, some might get incredibly enraged, but whatever the case, you'll be living rent free in their head. You'll also be tell a lot about that persons character.

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