Re: I need some advice on an aspect of getting lays.
Imagine a physically perfect male. Strong chin, great hair, smile, abs, and the voice of Barry White. He approaches a woman and tells her "I know you only want me for my body."
Now imagine a physically unappealing man. Overweight, balding, crooked teeth. But manages to at least smell good and a sense of style. He approaches a woman and says to her "I know you only want me for my body."
Which comes across as arrogant to you? I know I'm thinking it's the physically attractive guy who behaves as if he knows it. It's easy for him to seem really cocky and make women feel like they are not good enough, or wouldn't sleep with you just so they don't have to hear you talk about yourself.
So for you I think your main focus should be humor for night game. Being mysterious is great, but at night when energies are high and are about fun, being mysterious may just not be enough. So experiment between being the silly goofy guy and being your mysterious self until you reach somewhere in between that you are comfortable with.
Also if women come up to you that regularly then your biggest tool is Qualification. Its very easy for a woman to approach a man, then he says or does all these cocky things, and completely destroy her initial attraction to you. If you want to solidfy that initial attraction, you have to qualify her so as to show her why you should be talking to her. She will then feel she has earned your interest and won't question later why you are willing to go home with her when you don't know her.
What's more important is the SOI(Statement of Interest) After you qualify her (Ex: Are you adventurous and spontaneous?) then make sure you say something meaningful to her. (Ex: Wow its not everyday I meet a woman as interesting as you. But I'm still cautious because I believe that things can be too good to be true.) This will skyrocket her initial attraction for you and you will have ONS in no time. Hope this helps and good luck.
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