Tyrese and Rev are unlikely best friends—Rev is married with six kids and Tyrese is a single dad still hesitant to settle down. But after an unexpected disagreement in which Rev insisted that marriage is forever, and Tyrese pushed that you could bail when the sex went bad, the two decided not just to agree to disagree but to team up and open their debate to a larger audience. Manology is a guide to regaining your relationship confidence and weeding out the cheaters, MANipulators, and pimps from the good men. No matter how painful or distressing that truth might be, if you know it, you can confront it and move past it.
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The prayer does indeed seem to set the tone for the page tome that Simmons calls a "man-ual on how not to be man-ipulated. Take sex on the first date, for example.
But his co-author countered. Check out a clip of Rev Run and Tyrese further explaining their views on the topic in the video above. Should I let him go? Magic is all about creating distractions. He might wear a bright red handkerchief, or be assisted by beautiful women, for the same reason. To create a distraction. He wants you to get so caught up in the loud voice, hand motions, colors and smoke that you never notice him pulling that card out of his sleeve.
How I went about dealing with women was no different. I was a MAN-gician, who had mastered the art of distraction. No, I was a good dude who treated them well, showed them an incredible time and always put it down in the bedroom if I may say so myself.
Yet despite all that, they were often unhappy being with me. And they were right, of course. In other words, if I sensed that a woman was getting hip to my run around, I might surprise her with a new hand bag. We need to figure out where this thing is going. Of course not. And the loudest distraction that I had at my disposal were elaborate romantic gestures. One of my favorite would be to tell my girl to be ready to go out at eight, but then insist on keeping the rest of the night a surprise.
After that…. Believe it or not, there were some cases where I had to step my ERG game up even higher than that. I remember I met a beautiful, super smart doctor just as she was coming off a bad break up. She decided she was going to be celibate until she got her head together and despite the connection we both felt, she told me in no uncertain terms that sex was not going to be on the table anytime in the near future.
I know women think all men are always in a rush for sex, but the patience part was actually easy for me. Respecting her wishes was a different story. Even though I did care about this woman and appreciated what she was going through, I still tried to flip it on her.
I understood where her head was at and that it was actually a relief for me to not have to worry about sex. I was happy to just spend time with her. True to those words, for several months I never made even the slightest move towards sex when we got together. At first she was skeptical, but after awhile she was impressed and decided I had in fact been telling the truth. It feels foul to admit this today, but I can even remember calling her from a hotel room with another women in the bed with me.
I just wanted to hear your voice before I went to bed. After a few months of alleged good behavior on my part, the Doctor finally started to let her guard down just a tiny bit.
We started going on little weekend trips together, even sharing the same bed. Which just made her fall harder and harder for me. She was a beautiful, intelligent, successful woman that guys were constantly trying to seduce. The fact that I was content simply spending time with her got her mind twisted.
She found herself in un-charted territory and started to question herself. When I first met her, she was unwavering about her decision. Now, her plan was coming apart at the seams. One night we were sitting in my car outside her house, having one of those magical conversations about our lives, our pasts, our dreams and our fears.
After hours of intense conversation, I finally said goodbye. Not even a peck on the cheek. But before I could even unbuckle my seat belt, suddenly she was on top of me. Insisting that I take all of her. I had MAN-ipulated her so thoroughly that she threw all her plans and principles out the window in a passionate moment. I had MAN-ipulated her right into my bed or in this case, my backseat. Once we catch them, however, all that interest and intensity starts to rush out of us like air out of a popped balloon.
Some men might have to wait a month, or six months, for one opportunity. A dude from the hood might have to sit there and rub two sticks together like a caveman to create his smoke. So rather than worry about whether every man can run the same games that I did, the bigger question is why do men in general spend so much time trying to MAN-ipulate rather than just be up front about their intentions? Of course it would. But our insistence on concealing our true feelings is one of the great ironies of the male mind-state.
Manology: Tyrese, Rev Run Divulge 'Secrets Of Your Man's Mind' In New Book (VIDEO, EXCERPT)
Tyrese and Rev are the unlikeliest of best friends—Rev is married with six kids and Tyrese is a single dad still hesitant to settle down. But after an unexpected argument in which Rev insisted that marriage is forever, and Tyrese countered that you could bail when the sex went bad, the two decided not just to agree to disagree, but to team up and open their debate to a larger audience. Manology will help you weed out the cheaters, MANipulators, and pimps from the good men, and it will give you the tools to know if your man is the marrying kind. Without a doubt, she is, and always will be, the love of my life. Or more specifically, men will.
The prayer does indeed seem to set the tone for the page tome that Simmons calls a "man-ual on how not to be man-ipulated. Take sex on the first date, for example. But his co-author countered. Check out a clip of Rev Run and Tyrese further explaining their views on the topic in the video above. Should I let him go? Magic is all about creating distractions.