It really hits a few. He has the balls? to make the comment. She states he has ulterior motives for the comment. He doesn’t deny the motives, but negs her by his surprise she has a brain, amplifying his own good tastes.
See, this is another area where betas fail. It’s not bad to want to fuck her. It’s life. It’s the only reason why men and women even meet and speak to each other. She’s doing it too, but the shit test is a game they play.
He’s saying he’s proud to be a male and isn’t going to pretend to be a harmless teddy bear orbiter.
Congruence. It Doesn’t fit the bill for the other options. He maintains his frame, doewnt get nervous when she acuses him of being a pig, and returns with a somewhat sly, backhanded compliment. But its not a neg.
He maintains his frame, hence Congruency.
[CH: this is the most correct answer. Congruence aka Inner Frame. There’s a touch of agree & amplify and an implied “reverse” neg, but the overriding theme is congruence with a ZFG jerkboy attitude.]
It’s hard to judge in that narrow context. Reading the first statement made me cringe, but the follow up gave me a chuckle. It’s a good response to the “you just want to fuck me statement” (a very common test when you’re taking her to tingleland and skipping the line). Overall I would argue assuming the sale, because a guy with game doesn’t blurt of that line unless he is baiting for the test to then swat away. Second up would be A&A, but it really needs more of the prior exchange to make the determination.
Disappointing poll results. This is not A&A, muh bros. It’s inner-frame/congruence.
His frame is boldly complimentary, so she tries to shame him, and he holds frame by complimenting her again. Her retort is dopey and obvious, so his second compliment could also qualify as a neg. A twofer.
A&A would be something like Yeah, you’ll be large with my child before midnight. I know it sucks, but as an example. And in that case she, not him, is determining frame.
I raised my beer and responded: “I was born a Man!”
Worked like a charm.
Not as witty, but I always thought it was my confidence in who I was and what I wanted. I’ve heard guys respond with “no no no no I really just want “. And I always think, ‘Dude… you’re a guy. Everyone knows what you want.’