My profile is up and it’s heavy on the playful douchbag, qualifying girls from the first sentence. Results (or lack of them) should come through in the next two days. I dislike hip hop, amateur dramatic, and prodnose charities.
That said, being a man, I liked your photos so I thought I’d force myself to read past the first paragraph.
Do you want to specifically attract an Asian woman?
Over the past six months I’ve watched Burto and Tony T mercilessly invade dating sites and string together an unending ho train of ready, willing, and most importantly way to get these girls – troll the fuck out of them and then turn the anger response into attraction. So I’m giving online game another chance, as of today.I’m gonna pick the brains of T-bone, B-bone and J-bone to figure out a style that works for me. Strauss's book focused on the "art" of real-life pickups. Like, the kind of person who would go skydiving or ski down a mountain strapped to a pair of naked ninja turtles. A “pickup artist” is basically a guy who feeds you a line but supposedly it’s such a good line that you don’t notice. But then, out of the blue, he said I looked really spontaneous. It turns out that inceptioning the idea of “spontaneity” into a woman’s mind is a common tactic used by pickup artists to encourage her to take a chance on him — or at least casual sex with him — outlined in Neil Stauss’ widely read 2005 book , which garnered significant criticism for shedding light onto the sometimes-manipulative tactics employed by pickup artists.
The exact same line about spontaneity, all from different guys.
Thus online game is just low value men spamming the inboxes of low value women, making out their entitlement complexes. Then look at how sites like Match and e Harmony are marketed.
They are flagrantly positioned as “find a sucker” for over-30s women to get married off.
But no, you seem like a normal, down to earth girl. I’ve left the messages exactly as written, so if the girls are smart enough to google the text they’ll find this page and see what I’m up to.
“You look really spontaneous.”A couple of years ago, I was casually browsing the magazine rack at Barnes & Noble when a strange guy sidled up next to me. But thanks to the ubiquity of Facebook and Twitter, combined with the mainstreaming of online dating sites, there's now a new genre of online pickup artistry.
Or at least that’s what I was assured by every single PUA I talked to. Forum after forum dedicated to online pick-up acknowledges this fact, and there’s a certain underlying hysteria in this realization.