That was the headline figure I received after I had snapped a few selfies and sent them over to him via his Fiverr offering. I thought it would be a laugh to get a rating from someone who spends a lot of time on his YouTube channel measuring male faces and, for less than the price of beer, to send some money in the direction of another Manosphere creator. I’ve benefitted personally because even though it’s a very small piece of information, it’s encouraged me to go online to identify my face shape and make changes which are suitable for it.
The service was very quick and he responded to my messages promptly. I guess it’s quick work in and of itself and so a good earner for him. I’m quite confident in my looks so just went for the basic product but if you were new to Game then it could be worth paying more and he’ll give you a full analysis of your looks overall (not just your face) and make recommendations. Even if you don’t agree with the Black Pill – and I don’t identify as being a part of it myself – these guys are focused on looks and so I imagine they are the ones who will be able to give you the best advice there as long as you can handle criticism.
Now, the question is “why would I promote a guy who’s Black Pill?” The answer to that question is that it’s possible to agree with someone on some things and not on others. On one hand I have seen how Game contributes to a guy’s SMV, but on the other, I’ve said the following:
Invisible: five and below; it doesn’t make sense for a girl who is at least a five to go anywhere near a guy who’s also a five when she can get fast sex from a six or better.
That’s from my post on Realistic Expectations and Male Quality.
I’ve only watched a few of Wheat Waffles’ videos so can’t/won’t give a full breakdown of his theories. If you want me to respond to specific points then leave them in the comments below, preferably with a video to back up that he did actually say it. I did watch his livestream with Troy Francis and James Tusk, though, and I tweeted my thoughts as it went along, which you can find here:
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