The first two words raise the expectation of another crime, equally severe, but then switch it out with jaywalking.
The origin of the name comes from a now-illegal advertising practice in which a store would a customer into their store with an advertisement featuring a product selling for a reduced price, but when the customer got there he would find out that they were "all out" of the advertised product...
It becomes a bait and switch scenario and I have heard too many stories of this happening.
He will ask for more sacrifices of your emotional energy and time (isolating you from loved ones and discouraging your professional endeavors), more commitment, more sexual transgressions, or more money: all depending on what he wanted from the relationship.A type of joke where a character leads the audience or other characters into thinking he or she is going to say or do something, but says or does something unexpected.If the punch line of the joke causes the first part to take on a new meaning (i.e., "I just flew in from Chicago, and boy are my arms tired"), it is technically called a "paraprosdokian." In Dialogue, Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking is one example.Wait a few months, and you’ll begin to notice the switch. Once the psychopath intuitively senses that you have fallen in love with him, believe his lies and false promises, need him and have begun to organize your daily life around the relationship with him, he begins to switch his behavior and enters the manipulation phase of the relationship.By then the idealization phase is over–forever–and you’ll only see again brief glimpses of it, especially when he senses that you are withdrawing from him.Psychopaths notoriously promise you the moon and deliver… They target victims who are vulnerable: feeling vulnerable as well as being vulnerable to flattery.