‘The bigger the ego the better’: Woman, 21, reveals how she tricks men into buying her drinks at a bar using reverse psychology – claiming the ‘secret’ trick works 99% of the time
Woman reveals how she TRICKS men into buying her drinks at a bar using ‘secret’ reverse psychology method that she claims works ‘99% of the time’
- Kendall Kiper, who lives in Los Angeles, shared her go-to trick on TikTok
- She explained that she finds a guy with a ‘big ego’ and offers to buy his drink
- Kiper said the man will almost always insist on buying her a drink instead
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An influencer has lifted the lid on how she gets men to buy her drinks using reverse psychology, claiming it has a near-perfect success rate.
‘This is my best kept secret to how to get a free drink at the bar 99 per cent of the time,’ she said. ‘I’ve only had this not work for me one time — and I do this way more often than I care to admit.’
The Georgia native, who lives in Los Angeles, explained that the first thing you need to do is get in line at the bar and start looking for a man to target.
Kendall Kiper, 21, went viral on TikTok after sharing her go-to trick for getting men to buy her drinks at the bar, saying it’s her ‘best kept secret’
The influencer, who lives in Los Angeles, has more than 156,000 followers on the platform
‘It’s very important the type of guy that you scout out,’ she noted. ‘You need to look for a guy who looks like they have a super big ego.
‘The bigger the ego the better and the easier that this is probably going to be.’
Once you found your guy, she said the next step is approaching him and asking him what he is going to order at the bar.
‘So let’s say he’s like, “Oh, I’m about to order a tequila soda,”‘ she continued. ‘You can either be like, “Oh, I love tequila sodas,” or you can be like, “Oh, I was going to order a vodka cran. I would love to buy your drink. Can I buy you a drink?”
‘Like I said, the ego is a big factor in this,’ she added. ‘Ninety-nine percent of the time they’re going to look at you, and they’re going to be like, “What? No. What? Like let me buy you a drink.”‘
Kiper admitted that her trick is ‘definitely a little f****d up,’ but she refuses to feel guilty about doing it.
‘Let’s not forget how men like to treat us,’ she said. ‘Ninety-five percent of the time they treat us like s**t, so it’s like girl, go get your free drink and move on.’
The TikTok star’s video has been viewed more than one million times in one day and has received hundreds of comments.
Kiper explained that you need to find a man in line at the bar who looks like he has a ‘super big ego’ and ask him what he is ordering. Then, you offer to buy him his drink
‘The ego is a big factor in this,’ she said. ‘Ninety-nine percent of the time they’re going to look at you, and they’re going to be like, “What? No. What? Like let me buy you a drink”‘
Kiper’s video has been viewed more than one million times. Many commenters thought it was ‘genius,’ but others were worried they’d end up having to buy the guy a drink
‘Actually the smartest thing I’ve ever heard,’ one fan responded.
‘Meeee I did this for my friend who had no money too. I’d say “it’s ok I’m buying my friends drink” and they’d offer to buy hers too,’ another added.
‘I have done this before in my single era and let me tell you… this works!!!’ someone else insisted.
However, others were worried the man in question would take them up on their offer and they would be stuck buying two drinks.
Kiper got so many questions that she filmed a follow-up explaining how to get yourself out of the situation so you ‘never buy Chad a drink.’
‘OK, listen, if this does not work then here’s what you do. You need to have a friend watching,’ she began.
The influencer advised having a signal that you each know beforehand. In this case, she gave the example of lifting her arm and scratching her head.
Kiper got so many questions that she filmed a follow-up explaining how to get yourself out of the situation if the man takes you up on your offer
The TikTok star advised having a signal with your friend beforehand. In this case, she gave the example of lifting her arm and scratching her head
Kiper said that when your friend sees the signal, she needs to run up to you and claim she’s about to throw up. She added that you can also fake sick if you are alone
She demonstrated how she would casually start scratching her head the moment a guy agrees to let her buy him a drink.
‘When your friend sees that, she’s to run over to you, and she needs to be like, “Oh my god, I’m literally about to throw up. I need you to come to the bathroom with me,”‘ she said.
Kiper added that you can also fake sick if you are by yourself, but she doesn’t recommend going out alone as a female.
‘But if you are, you just need to put on your best acting skills and look sick in the face and be like, “I— I actually think I’m going to throw up,”‘ she said.
‘I feel like that’s the easiest one just because nobody wants to be around that if you’re about to yack.’
She warned that if you claim you need to find your friends or grab your Uber, the guy will still talk to you and try to get your number.
‘If you say you’re going to throw up, they’re going to leave you alone,’ she concluded.