After close to a year in a city that some consider to be highly competitive when it comes to dating and meeting women, I decided to make this post. You tend to hear it all the time really and guys are obsessed with the magic place they can go to where single women outnumber single … Continue reading Why you probably shouldn’t worry about male competition, PUAs and gender ratios.
Around a week ago, Miami had the Ultra music festival which was hyped up non-stop. In the past years, music festivals have been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Now your typical music festival has a start singer or a few, overpriced tickets, and tons of drugs and booze to help with the … Continue reading Why music festivals are overrated.
After posting my verdict on Miami, I am going to share with you guys how it compares to a city long-considered great for single men, NYC. I have had the chance to be in Miami for a few months now and NYC for quite a few years. While the two cities are loaded with beautiful … Continue reading Miami vs. NYC
After spending quite a few months in Miami, I wanted to share whether or not this city is worth it for men to move to for dating and meeting women. Instead of making your read a bunch of words, I will give you the verdict right now and you can continue reading afterwards if you … Continue reading The verdict on Miami.
A few years ago, I was very active on pickup forums but I never really posted all that much. I was the guy who would see the conversations take place but never really get actively engaged in them. As anyone may be familiar with forums and pickup communities online, there are guys who post the … Continue reading The Bachelor Tales: Winging with a Pickup Artist.
You heard it many many times in the past few years of why NYC is THE city to be in if you are a single guy. Before the pandemic, I myself hyped up NYC as the best city in North America, if not the world, for single men. In no other large city do you … Continue reading Five reasons why single men should avoid NYC now.
I remember around six or so years ago as I walked around in East Village (Manhattan), it was around the end of the year so starting to get cold. You had some of the homeless issues that NYC faced but it was a bumbling city. Now this was all before big tech had opened its … Continue reading All good cities live on borrowed time.
For those of you who live in NYC, you are now slowly adjusting to the reality that all indoor activities whether it is restaurants, gyms or nightclubs are going to require a proof of vaccination. I don't think that this is going to go away anytime soon and will likely stick around for years to … Continue reading What impact will proof of vaxx have on nightlife and social outings?
For those of you who had the chance to read about my decision to quit the party lifestyle recently, I thought I'd share even more on why it is tougher to meet women in that lifestyle. Now once again, I define this lifestyle as not exactly going out and drinking. I highly recommend men go … Continue reading Why it is actually harder to meet new women when you live the party lifestyle.
As those of you who know my story or have come across it spread across many posts, you know that I was never the popular frat boy type in college or even in any fraternities despite going to a school where it was big. When you go to school down south, Greek Life is about … Continue reading The night I learned the reality about Fraternity Life.
When I first started going out, nightclubs were the places to be if you wanted to meet women and take a girl home the same night you met her. After all, when you are new to going out, you want to get that loud music and alcohol in your system so you can appreciate the … Continue reading Why nightclubs are overrated.
Story time, kids! As the world starts to slowly open back up, I think to my experiences traveling before it had locked down. I am going to start traveling yet again but for now, I want to reflect on the various cities I have traveled to in the past as they are still on my … Continue reading The bachelor goes to Montreal