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I’m fortunate to have had good friends who really understand seduction. They save me time with posts like this. If you haven’t read the second part of Tre Tre’s piece on why pickup techniques are bullshit, read it now. It’s really damned good. There were some valid counterarguments in the comments section, and Tre responds […]

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You wanted him, you’ve got him. My good friend Tre Tre shared his considerable knowledge a year ago in Part I about why pickup techniques are overrated. Like any good sequel, Part II took some time, and unlike “Matrix Reloaded,” this one delivers the goods. I’ve coached students often about the importance of detaching themselves […]

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Amid all my grandstanding in my two-part post on false dating narratives (Part I is here and Part II is here), I left out some facts that are worth mentioning. So here they are: 1. As Inigo Montoya might say, I don’t think the word “hookup” means what people think it means. The massive college […]

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I’ve wagged my tongue for many years about the importance of knowing logistics when meeting women. Big Four and all that. And for good reason: it’s the difference between driving sober and driving blindfolded, high on mushrooms. But there’s a caveat to this: you’re better off taking those mushrooms if the girl’s not interested in […]

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This is the second and final installment of my tag-team effort with Tall Anna about the importance of men’s height to women. Click here for Part 1. GK: You do know your science, Anna, and I can’t argue with any of that. I know you don’t follow basketball, but sometimes I see height’s emotion-over-logic effect […]

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You would be surprised how hard it can be to find a 6-foot-1 woman. I’ve been trying to get my friend Tall Anna back on my blog ever since we teamed up to talk about statements vs. questions over a year ago. Anna was playing hard to get by spending her time on such things […]

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Reading “50 Shades of Grey” as a man must be just like graduating from an Ivy League school: there’s a lot of hype, it’s a grind to get through, and in the end it’s less about what you learned than just being able to say you went there. Not that I ever had the grades […]

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I almost always decline offers to guest-post on my blog, usually because the writers are either too sleazy, too inexperienced or simply too unskilled. That’s right, Simon Cowell has nothing on me when it comes to being harsh on talent. But from reading his growing catalog of articles, I actually like what this kid has […]

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