Many men who are just starting they journey of game (and even some who have been traveling the path for some time) tend to make one basic mistake when talking to women.
This conversational error is reinforced in our (western) culture with media blasts and basic social conditioning we've been exposed to since we were kids.
No conspiracy theory here, man. I know you're smarter than that. This is something that has been taught since ancient times, before there was any such thing as "fuck-me pumps" or "bae"
We have been given this ridiculous idea of what women really care about. (All the commercials we see objectifying women, portraying them as creatures who consume nothing but shoes, starbucks, and cosmopolitan have an effect on your subconscious. Believe it.)
This side effect of modern marketing has killed our ability to be charming.
We find ourselves helplessly probing sexy girls with meaningless questions, desperate for them to give us something to latch onto (conversationally).
Either they get tired of the "20 questions" game and find an excuse to use the bathroom,
OR they give you that one thing that you really have in common, and you pummel the subject to death. Then she gives her friends that look like "save me!"
The materialistic ideas that we've been brainwashed with have completely killed our natural charm.
How do you have a charming conversation in an age of Starbucks and Kardashians?
Check the blog, dawg.
Never Make This Conversational Mistake W/Her Again. | Jake Berreth Dating