1. Let’s Play A Game of You Be Quiet
Description: A short routine to establish dominance over the girl, pushing her into the child role of waiting for the adult to finish speaking. You are essentially telling her to be quiet and let the important person finish, but in a playfully rogueish manner. Inspired by the scene of Dr Evil with his son.
Use: When you are telling a story, DHVing or otherwise in the middle of talking and she tries to interupt to add something. To be used when there’s already some rapport. You give her a playfully admonishing serious stare, hold your index finger up and say “shhhh”. When she giggles and resists, move your finger to her lips and shush her more dominantly. She’ll then keep trying to say something and each time you shut her down the pussy tingle grows.
Me: So, blah blah blah….
Me: *stare at her* Let’s play a game of you be quiet. Can you do that?
Her: *tries to say something*
Me: Shhhhhh *raises finger* Shhhhhhh. Let the adult talk.
Her: *giggles, resists*
Me: Shhhhh. [right infront of her face draw the letters with your fingers] http://www.shhhhhhh dot com *smirk* blah blah blah
Variation: Watch the Austin Powers sketch. You’ll get the idea. The point is to be deliberately annoying in a playful manner.
2. We’re Finished Here
Description: A way of maintaining a dominant leading frame on a girl, leading her and kinoing. It shows you do what you want to do and she is tagging along for the ride. Best used on an instant date (daygame) or day 2 after you’ve already established good non-sexual kino but haven’t kiss closed yet.
Use: When you are both in a shop or otherwise standing still, such as you have been looking at dvds in a record store, or just collected takeaway coffees in Starbucks. It’s almost entirely about the kino – commanding, outrageous, yet playful and not hurting her.
Me: [walking over to girl at a dvd rack]. Ok we’re finished here. *grabs the dvd out of her hand and puts it back* Let’s go *Grabs her with a light claw on the back of the neck and turns her to face the exits. Gives a playful shove on the back*
Variation: Can be used when she’s finished putting the milk and sugar into her coffee. Reach over her, put the lid on, place it in her hand, say “We’re done here. Let’s go” and turn her to the exit.
3. I’ve Got A Better Idea
Description: This is a way of reframing her suggestion to make it sound like your idea, but doing it in such an obvious way that it’s making fun of the act. Can be used any time in set, but is best to use either for something completely pointless or when dealing with her shit test / frame control attempt of suggesting what to do next
Use: Whatever she suggests doing, appear like you are considering it and then give her a condescending fatherly look (perhaps draw her in a side-on-side hug, or pat her shoulder) and then say “No. I’ve got a better idea. Let’s….. [suggest exactly what she said]” The whole point is you’re shamelessy pretending you had the idea first when you both know you didn’t.
Her: *on a day 2* How about this place? We could have a coffee and sit outside.
Me: Hmmmmm. No. I’ve got a much better idea. *pause* Let’s go in here and get a coffee. Then we’ll sit outside.
Variation: This is general use. Any suggestion of what to do, what to drink, where to go. No matter how big or small. Just make sure it’s something you’d want to do anyway. If she’s suggesting something you genuinely object to – object, don’t use this.