For the guys and curious girls

 Pavel (@pablinov) 10 years, 6 months ago

About a year ago I read a book called "the pickup artist" and it was a new york time best seller in it theres a group of guys called Pappa and Tyler Durden aka Owen Cook anyway I was really intrigued by them so I followed them up. These guys ARE THE SHIT, they are dedicated to improving peoples social intelligence, and helping guys improve their "game", i watch the blueprint decoded and it blew my mind. I think this is a MUST for any guy that wants to improve his life and most of all his relationship with women,MUST DO IT, watch their videos. It can benefit women by seeing the guys perspective, and maybe improbing your game a bit. P.s check out the articles’ videos to get sucked in. HEe hee anyway this is their site:

http://www.rsdnation.com/articles/all

April 12, 2011 at 5:20 pm
Rain (23) (@rain) 10 years, 6 months ago ago
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Ramsh (1) (@ramsh) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

The Legend of Durrr
Think about it. In the club, while most guys are scheming and plotting their moves, what are the girls doing? They are partying and dancing. Their thought process looks something like this:

“YAY… FRIEND… DRINK… LADY GAGA… FRIEND… DANCE… HOT GUY OMG… DRINK… YAYYYYYYYY”

Yes, this is my highly misogynistic representation of the female thought process in the club.
Funny thing is, when I told my ex gf about this, her response was, “Wait a minute Jeff.. isn’t that what YOU are thinking in the club?”

I had to laugh because it was true. My crew is composed almost entirely of retards and sex addicts. There’s not a whole lot of “thinking” going on per se. It’s more like,
“YAYYY… BEAST… DRINK… BOOBS… RUNNING MAN DANCE… FLICK MULLET… BOOBS… DRINK OMG… FRIDAY, FRIDAY DURRRRRRR YAAAAYYYY”

Seriously.. Lol

Also, Yeyyyy Barney!!!!

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Jon Leo (78) (@d503) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@pablinov, Papa and Tyler Durden learned from Style and Mystery. If you’re interested in their shit, I recommend you read ‘The Game’ by Neil Strauss. Great story, good read and with a lot of information. Style goes and talks to every master pickup artist in the business and learns from all of their unique styles and stuff.

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TheSkaFish (962)M (@theskafish) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

I used to think there was some kind of science to all of this and I read up on it a ton in the beginning of this year, but the more I think about it, if you just use common sense and stay on top of your own life, the rest should take care of itself. There’s no reason to overcomplicate it. Attractiveness (at least in guys, can’t speak for girls cause i’m not one) seems to be a function of being in command of your life, and having fun while doing that.

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Manimal (2,998) (@manimal) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

It’s a lame book, but their newer stuff (called Real Social Dynamics) is pretty damn good.

It’s not really about that PUA bullshit anymore, the newer stuff is intelligent and sane.

I don’t recommend getting into that kind of stuff though, just get out there and meet some damn girls. It’s really simple. Really.

Though Owen has some good videos on a lot of other subjects that are not directly related to the “pickup” stuff. I like those, it’s so nice to see his continual development.

As for the RSD stuff, again I don’t recommend it but if it floats your boat then use it. At least it’s not like that dumbass PUA BULLSHIT. These guys love and respect women.

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Bryan Hellard (307)M (@xyver) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

I’ve always wondered about stuff like this. Can there really be a set of “rules” that you follow, and people like you?

Why can’t you just be confident with who you are, and comfortable with yourself and in a group. If you are following a set of “rules”, are you being yourself or trying to “play the system” to get a reward? Assuming there even is a “system”…

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Bryan Hellard (307)M (@xyver) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@mercurial, Not sure if you’re being sarcastic or not, but its things like that that seem to be total bullshit to me.

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O’Reilly (804) (@oreilly) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

I got into this stuff a few years ago after reading The Game. The book is a good read, and I recommend it to others. However, the advice it contained didn’t work as well with me. I did better on my own, but it did teach me some valuable information and I did have some fun with it. A couple of friends of mine got really into it and now work for Mystery under the names Prophet and Showcase. I recommend getting into the game if you feel that you’re absolutely lousy at meeting women. If you feel like you’re starting at ground zero, it can help. Otherwise, the info you get from learning ‘game’ might interfere with the stuff you would just do naturally, like it did with me. I actually prefer information provided by David DeAngelo. Its not all routines and stuff so much as it is just general information that you can work around your personality. These days, I’m quite happy in a serious relationship. I don’t have as much use for ‘game’ as I used to.

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ButternutSquash (75) (@equanimity) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

I actually really like Owen Cook. He seems to be an incredibly grounded guy that pushes his level of comfort repeatedly.

I watch a lot of the free videos from http://www.rsdnation.com/ simply because the messages are pretty spectacular. I ignore most of the “gaming” aspects of it.

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ButternutSquash (75) (@equanimity) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@mercurial, Haha yeah. I was more referring to Owen (or Tyler’s) videos, like the second one on this page: http://www.rsdnation.com/tyler/blog/3-jaw-dropping-new-vids-why-game-10-years-deep-crawling-out-pit-waking-fuelling-your-adve
Also the third one.

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