• Compliance Threshold

    by AlphaWolf & Co.

    Quick Definition: The limit of a woman’s (or man’s) compliance towards a PUA at any given point in time. The threshold determines what she (or he) is and is not willing to do.

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    Full Definition:

    Compliance thresholds can be determined via a couple of attributes: attraction, BT, and long term passive value, as well as your relationship history.

    Not all need to exist for the woman to comply. For example, if the woman’s BT is high (bachelorette party), she will likely allow you to kino her even if you don’t have that much attraction on the approach. If you are a movie star and have extremely high social value, her compliance to sleep with you goes way down. A girl with normally low BT levels will comply with the movie star’s request.

    Generally, the PUA wants to gauge someone’s compliance level accurately without pushing it over its limits, while asking for compliance that allows both parties to benefit from the following actions. For example, if a day game conversation is going well, the artist can ask for compliance to get some coffee down the street.

    Usage:

    I think you exceeded her compliance threshold with the cavemanning you did back there.


    Related Terms: Compliance, Kino Escalation, Passive value, Congruency, Hoop Theory

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