but I think central London is not a good place for it anymore
Hmmm, last time I checked ?Central London? didn?t just consist of one, mile long road from Bond Street to Tottenham Court!?!.....
Saturation isn?t the problem here, rather guys being lazy and having a ?herd mentality?.
I can think of five or six places off the top of my head that have better girls and are only a five or ten minute bus/tube ride from Oxford Street. There?s no shoppers, people handing out flyers, charity chuggers..etc.
You can easily approach a girl from the side, without having to run past her, navigating five other people in the process!!!
Now I found these places by going out, hanging around, and seeing what I thought. Some were well known places, some not really known. Several were gold mines for girls and still are, other times I went home having not even SEEN a decent girl, let alone approached one! But the point was I WENT AND LOOKED!!
A lot of guys seem to think that day game in London is just ?Oxford Street ? PERIOD?! Now some of this understandable. They read stuff like ?Tom Torreo?Oxford St?hot Swedish girl?open?instadate?closed on the D2? and think Oxford Street is some sort of ?Miss Universe? pageant. It?s not.
Yes, it has attractive girls, but that?s based on sheer volume and you can spend a lot of time ?searching through dozens of oysters before you come across a pearl?. Guys, it seems, would rather spend three hours walking around and then saying they only opened two girls they liked, than hop on a tube and try somewhere else. Now I understand why Tom and Co. do bootcamps there. It?s a Central Location, easily reached and because they have about 6/7 students, the volume of girls covers the various ages, races, etc.. of the bootcamp students, which a smaller area wouldn?t offer.
But for guys who are on their own (or have a mate with them) there?s no excuse for trying other places. Sure, spend an hour in Oxford Street but then try another area. You might be pleasantly surprised!?