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Thread: Can PUA still be affective when in a wheelchair

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    havok77 is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Re: Can PUA still be affective when in a wheelchair

    Yes I did lol. Just came on to mention it. Appearently I cant post links though

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    aff219 is offline PUA in Training
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    Default Re: Can PUA still be affective when in a wheelchair

    Honestly bro, I feel for you. Bro to bro for a second, I can't imagine building a frame around that, shit has to be hard.

    Thing is, thats your life man. Like it or not those are the cards you've been delt.

    With that said, other guys are uglier than you. Other guys are poorer than you. Other guys are in worse positions than you believe it or not.

    You speak like the wheelchair is a downfall. Treat it like its an item to pecock with. Fuck it. you don't need your legs. Your smile, personality, arms, and dick say everything you need.

    Be proud of yourself, wheelchair or not. It's nothing but a spot for them to sit while you game them. Remember that.


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