How to Imprint Your Soul Onto Your Lovers

The Girl Is Yours, But The PUSSY is Mine

Joseph Mayuyo
5 min readSep 12, 2022


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Here is a little secret I have been hiding: everyone falls in love with a hustler. There, I said it, now go and be great. In all seriousness, though, we tend to gravitate toward someone who is preoccupied chasing something else. It is our human nature; once you unlock this truth and apply it in your life, by every stretch of the imagination — love transcends all understanding. It shall be readily available.

Even if you are a little masochist, which most of us are when we’re bloody love drunk. When you actually have control of someone versus most of the time when you do not control, things are so much easier. However, you have to be heartless when it comes to imprinting.

Imprinting your soul onto someone is the process of becoming one of the worse (if not the) individuals they will ever meet. They will dream of you with their new partner and the next one. The goal is to leave them so damaged that they unknowingly bring you into all their new relationships. As messed up as that sounds.

This process of imprinting your soul comes at a cost. But, much like an investment you make, there is always a risk of losing yours. To begin imprinting onto someone, you must master intimacy. Moreover, you need to know them more than they know themselves.

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It does not mean you have to be with a person for a certain timespan because that is not how relationships work. You can be with someone for years and leave them for someone you just met. We value individuals by the quality of their impact, not the quantity.

Good sex plays a huge factor. But do not worry, I got you.

It plays a huge factor because when was the last time you were so obsessed with someone you did not smash? We already have a hard time remembering the ones we actually add to our body count.

Imprinting is prime when the emotions are high. Being intentional is how you purify this crystal. We are awfully forgetful, but we also remember the dumbest…



Joseph Mayuyo

I write about being a functional addict in dysfunctional relationships. Living in a world that wasn’t created for us to thrive, I write to keep us alive. #Hope