List of Displays of High Value

DrDEEtroitDrDEEtroit Posts: 129Silver Member
Is there a list of Displays of High Value anywhere?  I tried searching but came up with nothing.

 

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  • DarKeyesDarKeyes Posts: 651Gold Men

    Dress well

    Dress in a way to stand out

    Be casually and appropriately touchy with women (lots of hugs and taps on the arm)

    Tease her

    Take charge in a group situation and arrange a good outcome

    Tell her what to do (at first, it's good to tel her to do things you're pretty sure she will say yes to)

    Do all the driving

    Pay for everything. I know, it all comes from the same account, but it's nice to do (be sure you always have cash)

    Go out with male buddies a lot

     

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  • DaveBowmanDaveBowman Posts: 5,823Member
    large tips.
    buy her expensive gifts.
    cater to the oldest lady in the room, ignoring the hotties.
    flirt with other women "innocently"
    get a big raise.


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  • neenneen Posts: 3,390Member
    Engage and take proper care of your children.
    nothing makes me stronger than your fragile heart
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  • DrDEEtroitDrDEEtroit Posts: 129Silver Member
    I guess I am doing good with DHV.

     

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  • AngelineAngeline in the yardPosts: 11,099Category Moderator**
    Tease and neg with abandon.

  • DaveBowmanDaveBowman Posts: 5,823Member
    Being cocky in public and getting away with it. 
    Always having a funny story to tell. 
    Being in shape. 
    Good clothes that fit right. 
    Smelling good. 
    Good hygiene habits that are just shy of being metrosexual. 
    Owning your sexual identity. 

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  • PhilosophicEntreprenPhilosophicEntrepren Fort WorthPosts: 144Silver Member
    Order something from the bar that isn't beer!
    Absolutely.

    "Jameson's, splash of water, no ice," sets a whole different tone than, "Oh, a Bud Light is fine."
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  • BoneDaddyJiveBoneDaddyJive Chronically TurgidPosts: 1,010Silver Member
    Order something from the bar that isn't beer!
    Absolutely.


    "Jameson's, splash of water, no ice," sets a whole different tone than, "Oh, a Bud Light is fine."
    No appletinis.
    All humans. This business of love. You have devoted much literature to it. Why do you build such a mystique around a simple biological function?
    - KELINDA Star Trek TOS, "By any other name"
    PhilosophicEntreprenHildaCorners
  • BoneDaddyJiveBoneDaddyJive Chronically TurgidPosts: 1,010Silver Member
    Order something from the bar that isn't beer!
    Absolutely.


    "Jameson's, splash of water, no ice," sets a whole different tone than, "Oh, a Bud Light is fine."
    No appletinis.
    All humans. This business of love. You have devoted much literature to it. Why do you build such a mystique around a simple biological function?
    - KELINDA Star Trek TOS, "By any other name"
    newredpillrecruitAngelineAngela
  • ElaineElaine Posts: 1,580Silver Member
    Be witty and funny - but never at the expense of others.
  • slickshoesslickshoes Posts: 41Member
    I find that simply handling situations in frame instantly gives a DHV.

    Example-

    Other driver backed into our car, broke headlight and bumper. Before I got out of the car, I convinced myself that I would instantly know the extent of the damage, what it would cost, and asserted myself (in my head) in a way that made me powerful and in control. 

    When I got out to join the other driver and take a look, he was naturally very submissive, which worked well, but even if he wasn't, I think it still would have gone well. 

    While he was ringing his insurance company, I slyly went out of earshot, called my mechanic and asked for an estimate. When returning, I gave him all of the (second hand) details, and was very in control. 

    The Mrs must have seen this as a DHV. A situation occurred, I grabbed it by the balls and sorted it out, no questions asked. She didn't even leave her seat and we were gone in ten minutes. 

    I don't know if this adds to the conversation at all, but it's my first post (Hi everyone!), so I'm not yet into the posting swing :)
    HildaCornersJustcalmaprunnr65355
  • slickshoesslickshoes Posts: 41Member

    @slickshoes, I want you by my side in a car accident!


    My ex's first reaction, after a hasty "you ok?" was to figure out how I was at fault, and what I was going to do about it.
    ... And that's why he's your ex, eh? :)
    maprunnr65355
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