A while ago I put out my regular tweet asking for post ideas, and Mr Tabernack (no idea where that name comes from) responded. Let's start with how I define social hook points. To me that means the girl is willing to give you some time, but it says nothing for her interest (the conversations … Continue reading Social vs Sexual Hook Point
About a month ago I wrote a post about creating a habit to improve charisma because it seems to be an underappreciated and under-worked trait in the Game community. I promised to read a chapter of Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People each day for 30 days - in fact, it’s perfectly … Continue reading Creating A Habit Of Charisma (Part 2)
Recently I’ve been adding to an Inner Game category on this website - you can find all of the posts here - and today I want to highlight some specific ones and a central idea. It’s not all of what Inner Game entails, there’s certainly more to it than that, and I don’t know the … Continue reading Inner Game Round-Up
I recently asked Lee Cho and Mr White the same question: “If you had to choose between these two options, which would you pick? Either, you get one lay in 100 approaches, but 99 of those approaches are blowouts, and then you get a SDL, or, you get one lay in 100 approaches but with … Continue reading Do We Enjoy Failure?
Now that I’ve got you with that clickbait-y title, let me clarifying my question: I’m not asking whether the act of Game is effective - that it’s all smoke and mirrors in front of money and looks - because we can clearly see that at the very least some elements of Game such as systematically … Continue reading Does Game Work?
I was winging with Mr White recently, just as lockdown lifted, and we were near Covent Garden. It was refreshing to see so many people walking about. Compared to just one week before, the volume seemed ten times heavier. I saw Jane walking up towards the station - tall (5”10’), slim, well dressed, 25 years … Continue reading #76: Pretty Fly (For A White Guy)
Recently Midwest Daygame released his Indoor Daygame guide. You can find it here. Today’s post was going to be a review of the guide, but in reality, that review would be very short. His e-book has many useful tips and I recommend it. It begins with a discussion of the most important concepts for Daygaming … Continue reading Midwest Daygame Indoor Daygame Guide Review
“When I’m doing a set I always think “21… 22” and it makes me slow down.” Kaiser That was some advice given to me recently by a German Daygamer - let’s call him Kaiser, for now - on how to slow down in-set. I asked him why “21… 22” and he said that in German … Continue reading How To Slow Down In-Set
I’m proud to announce that my new book Dead! is now available for purchase. I’ve been working on this book for the past year and it feels great to finally be able to make it public. Check out my post on how I wrote it here. Dead! is a Daygame textbook told through a series … Continue reading Dead! Out now
After writing Demolition Lovers in 2018 I wrote a post that went over how I wrote that book and my reflections. Today’s post will do the same thing for my new book - Dead! - out Friday. Were the stages the same? Is my aim the same with this book? How do I feel now … Continue reading How I Wrote My New Book