Look at both sides of the story, especially the person saying the very thing that makes you worry. I feel like whenever you log on to the internet, a sea of negativity and horror stories awaits you. As a hypochondriac guilty of Googling his symptoms, let's just say that this even has me thinking I … Continue reading Before you start to worry as a man.
Ever since the start of November, my health been somewhat vulnerable. The very first week (more like the weekend before Halloween), I got sick after not having been sick for years. Thankfully, I was able to recover by the time I went to NYC and outside of some discomforts here and there, I felt largely … Continue reading I might have Cancer…or I might be a hypochondriac
I have kept a lot of my personal life out of my posts unless I have been posting field reports but it's about time I shared with my readers what has been going on with me. For a while, I have been wanting to do this but just sort of put it off. November was … Continue reading A year from Hell and the Rebirth of Millennial Bachelor.
As usual, I have been quiet as usual. I haven't opened up much about my personal life and probably won't in the near future as I am trying to remain anonymous for now. However, I have come to a realization after a very stressful week around helping people and dealing with loved ones who are … Continue reading The hardest truth I’ve had to accept about helping loved ones.
So for those of you who read Pablo's recent post, I had the chance to spend almost a week in the Windy City. While I did get the chance to do some game, I mainly went to Chicago to check the city out. I won't bore you with tales but instead just give my take … Continue reading The Bachelor goes to Chicago.
A common question I get from guys, a complaint really, is that their dates have been flaking on them and how to really make it stop. So I decided to dedicate this post to discuss why women might be flaking on you and how to make it stop. This is all my unique perspective so … Continue reading Why she flaked.
Or you! I haven't posted in a while even though I have had a crazy August. The action section has gone dry but I will do the best to post on that more. However, I had a certain experience in August regarding women, friends, dating, and wingmen that led me to an epiphany. Some can … Continue reading No One Is Coming To Save Me.
I have commonly seen the advice given to men that of any place in the world to meet women, the easiest is a college campus. Now granted, this might seem true based on the numbers since women outnumber men in college. However, once you get past the numbers themselves and for those of us who … Continue reading Stop gaming women at college campuses.
Lately, I have received a ton of mail from men over the age of 30 asking if it is too late for them to get into the game or if they can rack up a high lay count. In my years of winging with older guys, some even in their 40s, I realized that age … Continue reading Can guys over 30 still succeed?
Maybe a friendly reminder, who really knows what to call it. Lately, I have had to travel a lot for work and in one instance, I had dinner with my boss and employees at our client. Our clients are all guys in their thirties that are married with kids and as is my boss. This … Continue reading A reminder to why I game and why you should too.
Readers, as promised, I will now be posting more about my experiences out in the world rather than theories and do I have a story for you. Now I am still deciding on how to best segment these posts, whether I create another section of the site entirely or what. For now, I will just … Continue reading The Pickup Artist infestation of Miami
For those of you who have been following my blog for a while, you know that I have not always been the biggest champion of cold approach. Even though I was not the biggest enemy of it, I was always trying to call out pickup artists as being sleazy and even proposing that things like … Continue reading Why my stance on cold approach and day game has changed.