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    Hansen is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default How does your interaction look like?

    Hey

    I find daygame pretty easy. Just walking up to a girl and giving her a compliment to show your intention is unique and cool enough to gain her interest.

    However, nightgame is a lot harder. Because the girls are expected to get hit on and a lot of them have their shields up. And if your hitting on 8-10's you have a lot of competetion. And usually there are friends that could mess it up.

    It would be interesting if you guys could write the steps on how your typical interaction/approach during nightgame looks like? A 1-10 routine beginning with eye contact, opener, when you approach, questions you use, how you close the deal etc.

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    Default Re: How does your interaction look like?

    I've rarely seen girls go by themselves to the night clubs and bars in my town, so it's good to have someone to wing the obstacle and help you Isolate your target. This can be a wingman or a pivot. For me the game starts before I've even gotten to the club. I listen to some loud music, groom myself and generally get psyched. I envision success: myself in set exactly what I am saying and how she is responding. She's laughing at my lame jokes and teasing me back.

    Before I get inside the club, I make what I'll call "social momentum approaches." I smile at strangers, ask for directions and generally warm up by talking to men & women, old & young, attractive & unattractive. Inside the club, I keep this momentum going, especially talking to the bouncers, bartenders and Hired Guns. Now I'm not just warming up, I'm starting to build social proof. This is especially good if you are a regular at a venue because the staff will recognize you. Women notice this subconsciously.

    Before I've even seen my target, I've decided on three openers and three transitions that I can fall back on. Then it's time for the three second rule: within three seconds of seeing my target my feet have to start me walking in her direction.

    1) I smile, say my opener, blah blah, move into my transition based on her responses,
    2) my wing comes in & introduces himself, blah blah, start weaving multiple threads, blah blah,
    3) get her laughing a little, lightly touch her elbow or shoulder when I make a point, things are going well, hopefully my wing and I have figured out who is my target and who is the obstacle that he's winging for me
    4) we pull them back to the VIP section (okay I've only bought VIP tickets twice, but it was definitely worth it)
    5) we isolate our targets, maybe we sit in between them so that they have to lean over us to talk to each other. hopefully the obstacle isn't too bad such that my wing is still having a good time, we run some mentalist stuff or riddles or whatever without being dancing monkeys
    6) we start building into relationship question, what is your dream job? where are you going to go on your honeymoon? keep on teasing her by misinterpreting her responses or disqualify her "I don't want our honeymoon to be in Vegas." or "I could never see myself long-term with a (whatever job she says)

    Hopefully that give you some insights. I wish that I followed all of those steps every time, but it take a while to form this into good habits.


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