Sunday, September 13, 2009


Reverse psychology is a persuasion technique involving the false advocacy of a belief or behavior contrary to the belief or behavior which is actually being advocated. This technique relies on the psychological phenomenon of reactance, in which a person has a negative emotional response in reaction to being persuaded, and thus chooses the option which is being advocated against.

It is often used on children due to their lack of psychological understanding and higher rate of reactance.

A well-known example of reverse psychology is the Looney Tunes cartoon Rabbit Fire, where Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are trying to convince Elmer Fudd it's the hunting season for the other species and not their own. After a back-and-forth with Bugs proclaiming "Duck season!" and Daffy "Wabbit [rabbit] season!", Bugs switches to say "Rabbit season!", to which Daffy begins saying "Duck season!"- even going to far as to exclaim "I say it's duck season, and I say, FIRE!"

I have to go against Hip Hop to save it.



The Transmitter said...


ChrisdotRivera said...

hip hop which has abnormaly transformed itself into 17 yr olds with big clunky chains n nut huggers PAUSE jumpin around talking bout YUAHHH n IM A JERK ..
thats not whats up yo...
you def need to do the opposite..
and i guess in that example tails switched up to bugs....cuz u def need to confuse these fake rappers with that album ... have them questioning their own music.. like is this really what im going to publicly release after show just dropped them bombs??
n then just maybe we will hear less garbage..

but thats alot of responsibility show ... so i guess you got work to do LOL...

cant wait man...

i guess you all this talk of 2010 i hear buzzing around the twitters n what not.. is actually going to be the change of hip hop..

just do ya thing n youll change the game
fox 5 spectacular beginning..
now you need to hit them with what they only think their ready for but in all truthfulness are scared shitless of some real shit to drop