Game IRL: A Field Report (of Sorts)
I could have taken her back to my hotel and banged her that very night.
One in particular seems to have a bit of a soft spot for me- and the fact that she's on the accounting side of my business, with the power and authority to make life difficult for anyone who doesn't give her what she requires of us every month, means that she is a very useful character to have on-side. During a recent conversation one Friday, it became quite clear that despite the fact that she has been married 13 years and is on the wrong side of homely and has children and is evidently quite happy with her marriage, I've made a bit of an impression. I did so through both overt and subtle gestures of strength- excellent posture, slow and deliberate movements, and concrete and absolute demonstrations of complete mastery over what I do. I was only half joking when I subsequently told one of my clients that I had stepped away from my desk to flirt with someone in finance.
Now let's not get off on the wrong track here. Few women are going to get turned on by listening to you describe with perfect barometric accuracy the ins and outs of daily P&L (and those that do may well be head cases). Fewer still are going to swoon over a well-pressed suit and a nice tie- if that were all it took, Armani or Raymond's suits would be worth more than their physical weight in gold. But, when you combine undeniable competence, real physical strength, and a limited or non-existent tolerance of nonsense with a bold and powerful look, you project an image of absolute Alpha maleness. And whether they admit it or not, women will notice this and they will react according to the dictates of their biology. I'm not exaggerating when I write that this woman's interactions with me were right on the borderline of what is considered "appropriate" within the confines of today's stifling, politically correct workplace environment- and I work at a firm where you could make a mistake that costs someone $2M and not get fired, yet the moment you cross any kind of line with HR, you're out on your ass.
The lessons to be learned here are simple:
- The lies you have been told all your life are just that- lies. They will not stand up against the truth because they quite simply cannot do so. By learning game, you are taking the first step towards destroying these pretty lies.
- Get thee hence to a gym and build yourself a body. You don't even have to be that strong, but you will notice the difference very quickly. So will the people around you- especially the women.
- Physical contact is key to establishing intimacy. My friend in London reacted very positively in a very physical sense when I reached over and yanked her hair, hard, to show her why men prefer women with long hair. Roosh's Bang and Day Bang are great guides for showing you how to escalate into intimacy quickly and effectively.
- Power is something that you can pick up and discard at will with a little practise. I'm reminded of a poem that I learned back in elementary school. I cannot for the life of me remember the author, but I remember the contents very well- power is a suit, that smells of mothballs at first, but eventually that musty smell clears away as you get used to it and grow comfortable with it, until at last it becomes a part of you, as instinctive and as natural as breathing.