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Why Negs Work And What People Are Doing Wrong
That's not what I was saying.
When I said;
Quote: Originally Posted by GameBoy
"If you want to seem natural - and include a validation point - you have to pause between the two or wait for a response."
The key point is when you want to include a validation point.
The classic Mystery Neg
M: Are those nails real?
M: Oh... well they still look good.
Follows this structure. (*With one notable difference.)
Is "You blink a lot." a backhanded compliment? Not that I can tell, but it is a classic Neg example.
This returns me to the original text and topic-flow:
It is apparent that Neg-Theory is an unfinished (or, at the very least, unrefined) concept.
By looking at how Negs work we can derive a new language and understanding about this concept.
Perhaps Negs should only represent a backhanded compliment.
How then do statements fit into the picture?
EG: You blink a lot or the (primarily online-only) It's good that you posted that picture.
What about 2 part routines - which work better as initial target interaction:
"Is your hair real?"
"Are your nails real?"
Rhetorical questions like: 'Is she always like this? How do you roll with her?' Fall into the Active Disinterest category - or Implied Lower Value (ILV)
By using the same term (Neg) to describe many different techniques, a lot of people are becoming confused. For ease-of-understanding: Lets breakdown what Negs are - how we see them - what kinds of negs there are - and why they work. From there, we can rebuild it into a stronger and easier-to-understand foundation.
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