Using genetics for kino escalation



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2007 6:34 pm 
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Ok, I have been field testing this one and it has been working for me. The key is you have to look for one recessive trait, and then go from there.

Everyone has some obvious traits that are either dominant or recessive.

Here are some lists
http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/sci ... netics.htm
http://sps.k12.ar.us/massengale/genetic ... tivity.htm

To initiate kino, I start with the hands (thumb, pinky, finger crossing, there is also one about hair after the second knuckle)

Next I make up one about leg crossing (most people cross right over left), and touch their legs.

Then I move up to their face. touching their cheek to point out if the do or don't have dimples, brushing back the hair around their ears and gently caressing (i mean examining) their earlobes.

Lastly I get them to do the tongue one (there is also one about rolling the tongue)

The last girl I did this on was so excited! she kept asking for more so I told her that 90% of people don't use the tongue on the first kiss, what do you do? Then I kissed her.

Why are girls so easy!

Sorry if anyone has posted this b4. didn't feel like searching the archive.

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