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A large portion of this blog is devoted to helping guys put their best foot forward socially so that women like them. We shouldn’t pretend to be above wanting to be liked. And as I discussed in my Jay Cutler post a while back, few of us can go through life without being liked at all. […]

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Sugar and Socializing Don’t Mix

by GK on July 25, 2011 · 6 comments

In my crusade to teach good, healthy game to my fellow man, I’ve compared myself to broccoli while likening the flashy pickup gurus to sugar. But this year I’ve had a wake-up call involving real sugar, and for those wondering how you can improve your energy when socializing, this post is for you. I’ve covered […]

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Today’s question comes from Barry O’Herlihy: Ok so, recently I was going through Dirk’s blog and came across his “stop blaming others” post. However, it’s not the post I wanted to email you about, but rather, a line from it where he talks about refraining from using cockblocks as an excuse why she didn’t like you. So […]

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When to Approach a Large Group

by GK on July 4, 2011 · 2 comments

We’ve often heard about the “three-second rule” when it comes to approaching people at a bar or party, but I was reminded of one scenario where waiting a little longer can pay off. I was with a student at a bar in the Mission recently, and over our shoulders stood a party of perhaps eight people — guys […]

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Does game really matter? I’ve seen it debated, most recently in the comments section of my post on looking for women’s interest. Heck, even I’ve contradicted myself — on one hand I talk about how technique is overrated and often irrelevant, and yet, um, have you noticed the name of this blog? My buddy Tre Tre represented […]

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I’ve talked before about the benefits of making friends with women rather than just pursuing them, and I was reminded of it last night with some helpful feminine insight. I was sucking down Malbec with Tre Tre and his female friend from out of town — she’s a lovely, outgoing woman with plenty of dating experience.  The topic that arose was whether […]

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As I mentioned in my last post, I do wish I’d gotten around to coaching women on flirting. But it’s nice to know that a girl I met a few nights ago didn’t need the help. Perhaps this story will give you an example of what I’d teach a woman: how to clear the path and make […]

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