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September 07, 2006

Tired of worrying about women?

Dear friends and subscribers,

I've always loved Alfred E. Neuman's "What, Me Worry?" saying from Mad Magazine. To tell you the truth, that kind of describes my view on women and relationships. Why? Because I know if one goes bad, I just put my own "system" to work for me, and two (or more) great ones show up. To be as "worry free" as the King, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

Then you too, can say, "What, me worry?"

-John Alanis
"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

PS Don't delay--or you may spend a lot of time worrying that you missed out on what may be your last chance to choose your own relationships with women forever! Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm at once.

Posted by john at 04:45 PM

Re: name calling and butt-smacking

Hey guys,

A few days ago I sent out an email regarding whether or not you should confess your feelings to a woman. That email included a conversation with a female friend of mine, where she told me she was tired of wimpy guys, and just wanted a MAN who would "smack me on my ass and call me a biy-atch."

I got a lot of emails about this one line, most of them a bit confused about why a woman would want such a man. Here is one of them, and my answer below:

A whole new approach to dating, women, and relationships that allows me to choose my own relationships with women, anytime, anyplace, anywhere, devoid of all heartbreak or misery, and I'm convinced any man can copy what I'm doing, no matter your looks, age, or income. Why would any sane man reveal these secrets if they were true? To discover the answer go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

Hello John,

I just read your article about confessing or keep'em guessing. I want to get to the part there your lady friend says that she's sick of nice sensitive whimpy guys. I want a man to smack me around and call me his biy-atch. John! Isn't it against the law to hit women? Second, why do women or society complain about us guys calling women bitches; especially in rap music and now all of a sudden your lady friend wants a beat down and to be called a bitch? Rappers have enough bad images. And now this story re-enforces the stereotypes and theorys. I like some Rap but not all. Especially if it degrades women. Or am I being to sensitive about the issue? And another thing....What is it about these women going around saying; "I WANT A THUG! I WANT A BAD BOY!" Don't thugs and bad boys get shot, stabbed, sell drugs, loot, shoot, stab grab and go to jail? U need to break down what a naughty boy or bad boy really is. Why would a woman want somebody like that?


JA: Thanks for the email--there seems to be a lot of confusion about what a "naughty boy" really is. No, women do not want a man who beats them up or calls them disrespectful names... but they do want a man who is fun, playful and naughty--naughty like the class clown in grade school was naughty.

When my friend said "all I want is a man to smack me on my ass and..." she meant she wanted a playful MAN who was not afraid to push the limits. It is important a woman understand you have a kind heart underneath your manly exterior... but that it's underneath a manly exterior. And women love to be called all kinds of names when you use the RIGHT TONE and in the proper context. Once I've created attraction with a woman, I can call her any name in the book and she'll giggle like a little girl. Why? Because she picks up on my tone and demeanor, and knows I'm playing around.

A woman wants someone like this because that's what makes her feel attraction. The element of playfulness and teasing is very important in creating--and maintaining attraction. It is important you master it.

On with the fun....

-John Alanis
"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

PS Are you ready to choose your own relationships and lead a lifetime of power and success with women? Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

Posted by john at 10:39 AM