Thanks for the auto-post feature, I will pondering this from from a pool party:
My liking for game is a direct result of my skepticism. I have long been a member of the Skeptics Society, and I’m a fan of James Randi’s work. Books on critical thinking and cognitive bias count has leisure reading.
My skepticism has helped me realize two things: Game works. Mmuch of what passes for game is bullshit. There are many game-related myths.
We often hear little guys, for example, claim that women don’t like muscles. Women are not visual creatures. No, instead they wanted charmed. Sometimes even women claim, “Muscles are gross. I don’t like muscles.”
My direct experience contradicts that dogma of game. Guys write posts about gaming what they call “hired help,” and most guys fantasize about banging strippers. Banging a girl for free that other men pay for is sort of the holy grail of game.
Many of my guy friends are fitness competitors and models. I can tell you that when we go into the Spearmint Rhino, they are outright propositioned for free, no-strings-attached sex. Although not in fitness model territory, my association with these guys has brought me the same offers.
When you see muscle guys getting propositioned, and when you yourself had sex with a quality girl at a pool party after doing nothing more than chilling with your hot friends, you realize how fraudulent most game advice is.
I’m at a pool right now. You know what I don’t see? I don’t see any “muscle guys” with fat women. I don’t see any muscle guys with ugly women. (Some of the women may be a bit lean for athletic for my tastes; but the women are objectively attractive.)
I also don’t see any skinny guys hooking up with hot chicks. I see a lot of skinny guys spending $3,000-$5,000 on bottle service, but those girls will only get drunk off their vodka, and fuck the muscle guys for free.
Of course, you need not trust my observations. Las Vegas posts huge photo galleries. Check out Spy on Vegas. Show me the muscle guys with fat or ugly women. (And for every guy you show me with one, I’ll show you nine guys with hotties.)
There aren’t a lot of game-related rules that are universal. One thing is certain: Anyone telling you that muscles do not improve game are frauds.