Watch this immediately. Then watch the other videos.
Converse has a viral marketing campaign going on featuring a hot chick, and I kinda think it’s hilarious. Notice the excellent satire on the looks vs. social value thing. If you can wade through the BS, Jennifer actually gives some good advice.
I recently received an e-mail from a fellow who saw my post on The Seduction Bible. He wanted some advice regarding his ex-girlfriend, who he’d been seeing for almost a year. Out of respect for his privacy I won’t reveal the details, but the relationship seemed pretty full of drama and, although they’re broken up now, they are still blurring that line between friends, friends-with-benefits, and romantic partners. The thing that struck me about his e-mail was that he said several times that he’s always “in it till the end,” and that if he feels there is even the smallest chance of saving a relationship then he will keep trying.
This, of course, raises the question: when is enough, enough? How do you know when it’s “the end”? How do you know when “the smallest chance” for saving a relationship has passed? Read the full article
See here. Normally I like Lynn’s stuff, especially her Breakup Girl blog, but the inner-pimp in me hates the idea of a “rule” where guys have to pay if they do the asking. Fellas, stop buying dinners on first dates! Just don’t do it. Paying for dinners is approval seeking and that’s not what us playerz do.
My thought process is this. On a first date, you’re essentially meeting a stranger, especially true if you met the person online. If a stranger, guy or girl, walked up to you on the street and asked you to buy them dinner, would you do it? Hell no! It’s not your responsibility to feed hungry women, as attractive as they may be. And don’t talk to me about romance, chivalry, or being a cheapskate. That stuff is crap.
Hope everyone had a bitchin 4th of July weekend. I know I did, to the tune of going out three nights in a row and two backyard parties.
I want to give a big shoutout to Bobby and Mike over at The Seduction Bible (TSB) for including us as guest bloggers in their 31 Days To Better Game Series. I personally have gotten a lot of value out of the series, with excellent posts by Cajun, Christian Hudson, Asian Rake, and a slew of others, plus TSB has become a daily stop for me. They run informative articles on social artistry AND throw in fun stuff like pics of hotties and articles on fashion and general living for guys. Keep up the good work…TSB rocks!