Before we get into speaking like a good bimbo, just think about what a good bimbo is trying to do when she speaks. Obviously, when you speak you want to say something and being a better bimbo doesn’t change that. But when a bimbo speaks there is much more to it than just speaking words! Much of what makes a bimbo a better bimbo is her relationships with others. A lot of this has to do with being seen as a bimbo: you want to be accommodating to others, you want to show the proper attitude, you want to be desirable and you want others to desire you. Whenever you speak, you should emphasize these things.
When you speak, don’t be afraid to smile or to giggle and laugh a lot. They say that laughter is contagious and when you smile, people smile back. Whenever you open your mouth, you want people to know that you are fun to be with! Te-he! People are more attracted to the happy, fun girl than to the somber buzz-kill. The better bimbo lets people know how much fun she is and how much fun it is to be with her!
Being a bimbo does not mean that you need to sound stupid. Bimbos are fun, nice people who are easy to be with. They are not intimidating and they are not rude. This is not the same as being dumb or gullible.
Sure, the stereotypical bimbo may not know anything about physics or medicine, but that is not because they are unable to learn about these subject – it is because a bimbo chooses to focus their attention on other things in life. Bimbos are smart – very smart – but in subjects that they matter to them. A lot of people may not appreciate how smart a bimbo is only because a bimbo doesn’t go around trying to convince people just how smart she really is.
Smart people often intimate people who aren’t as smart as they are. If you try not to show others how smart you really are, you are less likely to make them feel uncomfortable. Nobody likes a pushy know-it-all. Bimbos are fun to be with and being intimidated is not fun. This is why a good bimbo does not advertise her intelligence.
How many times have you been in a party and someone starts a conversation with you but they really don’t talk with you? Instead, they talk at you like they were a teacher giving some lecture. They tell you about their opinions as if they were facts. They will often complain about others and tell you the way things ought to be. They may even get angry and that anger may even feel like it is directed at you. They don’t let you say much and when you do, they cut you off in mid-sentence or ignore what you say. These people don’t make you feel comfortable.
A bimbo would never act this way and takes a different approach to make the people they talk with feel at ease. When a bimbo approaches someone, they do so in a non-threatening manner. The better bimbo has a smiling, friendly expression, they make eye contact, and they are cheerful. Bimbos avoid smirking, sarcasm, and criticism. When a bimbo asks a question, they do it ways so that they don’t sound like an interrogator. The better bimbo makes the other person feel comfortable.
The better bimbo will talk about things related to current activity since that is a shared experience and therefore it is more bonding for the two. They try to ask question that encourage a real conversation. For example, instead of asking a question like “Did you like the movie?”, a good bimbo would ask “What did you like about the movie?” The better bimbo shows that she is genuinely interested in what the other person has to say.
Many people like to brag a little about themselves or their family. It makes them feel better about themselves and the better bimbo will often invite their speaking partner to do talk about about those things that they are proud of. Also, by asking things about the other person, they feel like they are noticed and people like being noticed. The better bimbo shows that she really is interested in the other person and values them enough to give them their undivided attention.
When a bimbo speaks, her voice should rise or fall as a way of expressing more than just the words. The better bimbo’s voice is expressive and she never speaks in a monotone. A “rising intonation” can help convey such things as emotion, interest, surprise, politeness, and insecurity. For example, “She was so glad to see him” might come across as differently if it were said as “She was SOOOO glad to see him” rather than “She was so glad to see HIM.”
Using an ultra-high, squeaky voice rarely works well unless it is your natural speaking voice. For example, Trisha in the following video. Although she is likely speaking with a higher register on purpose, you can tell that she already has a fairly high voice. Just about any sissy who suffered through a testosterone-driven puberty could not pull off a voice like hers.
|Valley Girl, circa 1981|
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