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The Sofa / Re: New 25 min infield video of Sasha :)
« on: July 24, 2011, 11:47:50 AM »
Sasha is the Man!

The Sofa / Re: 17 too young?
« on: July 24, 2011, 11:46:45 AM »
I am 43 and my last g/f as well as the current fwb are both 27 and another is 22.  I think you know where I stand.  LOL!

Actions & Techniques (Outer Game) / Re: Oriental Girls
« on: May 08, 2011, 11:06:04 PM »
THESIS.17 - Great points man. Thanks.

The Sofa / Re: numberclose follow up txt
« on: May 08, 2011, 10:58:51 PM »
Disclaimer- I am new so I may not know what I am talking about.  hahaha   But yeah, what has worked for me so far is nicknames NOT that do any 'negging" but that are so sort of juvenile. Yeah like twinkle toes...or silly face or smurfette or buttercup.

Hey guys. I am new to the Community and at first I blew off the idea of ever going Mode One.  I thought there is no fucking way. "If you want to get it, go for it" right? So long story short Mode One works and I have Alan to thank for my blow/hand job in the parking lot from the Israeli hottie.
Point is- Don't be scared. CHECK OUT DIRECT DATING SUMMIT and listen to and practice what David X and Bad Boy and Alan Roger Currie have to say.
If it worked for me it can work for you!

The Sofa / Re: Yellow fever is a 'bad thing'?
« on: April 21, 2011, 10:57:21 PM »
I agree with you Gavin. Who gives a fuck? Other than some Asian chicks but it comes back to the (rhetorical?) question of why would they care?  We all have our fact not wanting a guy who only likes Asian girls is also a preference.  Whatev.
Thanks for the input guys.

The Sofa / Re: Yellow fever is a 'bad thing'?
« on: April 19, 2011, 06:22:25 PM »
...on American Asian girls negative attitudes to guys who like them because they're Asian,...

Bingo. I agree with most of what you all said and no, I have not stopped opening anyone in particular. We all have our preferences. How many times have we heard Yad talk about eastern european birds?

I'll tell you were I noticed this mostly- I am also on (but not so much since discovering DayGame) a certain online dating site that is NOT geared toward a certain race. On there I quite often see Asian American girls saying "Don't contact me if you have some weird Asian fetish..." or similar comments.  And then what got me to thinking more about it was while flipping through a catalogue I saw a t-shirt that in Japanese said "Looking for a Japanese girlfriend" and I was thinking perhaps a guy wearing that shirt would be giving himself the kiss of death?

So yeah, bottom line, I agree we should go for whatever we like. NEVER ever ever settle. What would be the point right?

The Sofa / Re: Yellow fever is a 'bad thing'?
« on: April 18, 2011, 11:39:37 AM »
Thanks for the thoughts and input.
Sure, hit me up a bit before you head this way. I will PM you my mobile number or email and we'll figure it out. Sasha asked me for a list of places where the girls hang out so I could tell you a few of them as well.  :)    (With one of the locations being where I work.   hahaha)

The Sofa / Yellow fever is a 'bad thing'?
« on: April 17, 2011, 10:58:46 PM »
**  I live in America and here 'Asian' refers to Japan, China, Philipines etc so we are gonna use that definition in this thread.  **

I have noticed that there seems to be a sort of resentment by Asian girls for guys who have 'Yellow Fever'. I have heard more than one say it is creepy or weird or even call it a "fetish".  I open the table to discuss - Why? How is that weird? If we as humans have preferences than why is that a bad thing? And then how to deal with it? There are a ton of Asian girls here in Las Vegas and if I as a white guy am seen running in Asian circles or only with Asian girls then may that give me a bad reputation? Or do most people have open minds like me and not see it as such?

Or am I just thinking too much?

The Podcast Sofa / The listeners are demanding more...
« on: April 17, 2011, 10:49:13 PM »
Someone please give MINI and SASHA a raise and have them on EVERY podcast.  Their words and ideas are PURE GOLD!

Self Perception (Inner Game) / Toastmasters
« on: April 10, 2011, 09:02:45 PM »
Hey guys. I hear a lot of talk about being scared to talk to girls and all this AA and such. May I make a suggestion?
Join up with Toastmasters.
Here's why- At Toastmasters it is not just a place where they teach you to be a better speaker infront of large auditoriums of people though that certainly can be learned but it is also about learning to be comfortable in smaller groups and even one on one in Daygame.
Here's how- The very first speech you give is, if memory serves, 3 minutes about you. Yes, it is you introducing you to the group. Should be easy but for many it is not. Still it is a good foundation for the following exercise: Speak for 60 second about ________ . (Where _____ is a random topic chosen by the Toastmaster.) That is a very strong and powerful exercise. Imagine it when an uber hottie asks what you think about horses. Go! Talk for a bit about horses. See? Certainly not as easy as it may sound but there are techniques to help out even if you know absolutely nothing about horses.  :)
So something to really think about doing.

The Mirror / Re: T-Shirts
« on: March 26, 2011, 10:44:48 AM »
For what it is worth I almost always am in a tshirt when not in a proper dress shirt. 
I will go black tshirt with nice slacks and proper polished shoes. If it is cold I will wear a black blazer and maybe a fedora.
Here in Las Vegas that outfit will get me into almost any establishment or situation with the exception of where a tie is required and those places here are not that common. It is not too dressy so can be worn for just 'hanging out' but also in a nicer venue. I think it also sparks a certain sense of mystery and sophistication...much more than an "I'm with Stupid" tshirt no?

The Mirror / Re: Dressing smarter...
« on: March 26, 2011, 10:32:27 AM »
May I recommend this book- "You Are What You Wear (Business and casual style in a 'clicks and mortar' world)" by William Thourlby.
The acclaimed best seller that re-defines business and social style in our 'Clicks and Mortar' Society. Featuring CALCULATED CASUAL How to maintain respect and authority when you dress down.

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