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  1. #1
    Salaami Guest

    Default Removing Cockblocks

    This technique for removing cockblocks can work on guys you just met, or on guys who have been friends for a long time, it's useful because they probably wont think of you as a dick and they will be completely shut out.

    The idea behind the technique is that people are very self conscious and things we say can effect how people think of themselves which in turn effects how they act.

    Let's say we have a friend who we go out clubbing with once a week, every time you get close to closing he jumps into the set and steals your girl. You can't call him out because he's your friend and you don't want to do that.

    So how do we remove our cockblock friend without appearing to be a major douche to him? Just pull him aside (usually should be done away from the club, bar, or any spot you are going to be trying to get chicks in) and tell him that he talks to much. You telling him he talks to much will sit in the back of his mind, he may forget about it in 5 minutes and go right back to being the cockblock he was but it's still there, and all we have to do now is refresh it every time we want him to shut the fuck up. If he jumps into one of your sets again and is trying to ruin it just turn to him and say "Bro remember our discussion earlier?" if he doesn't leave the group at the very least he won't be talking much if at all for the next few minutes.

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    Default Re: Removing Cockblocks

    Awesome advice Salaami. I was in a similar situation where I was sarging with another PUA and he kept coming into a set that I was in, even when I had the girl isolated, he would still come in. I usually tell him that I will catch up with him later and go back to talking with the chick. Any ideas if this is the best way to deal with a fellow pua AMOG?

    Thanks,
    -gotham

  3. #3
    Salaami Guest

    Default Re: Removing Cockblocks

    If he's leaving then thats fine, if its the kinda guy who isnt gonna leave then you wanna try the technique i posted about.

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    Default Re: Removing Cockblocks

    Hmm... In my opinion, if you know that your 'fellow PUA' is the type to interrupt your set, then it's in your best interest to take care of him first. Wing for him, get him focused on a girl. He can't bust in on your set if he's locked in one of his own. I apply the same theory to cock-blockers. If a guy is in your set talking a hole through your head, take him aside and tell him you have a plan to hook him up with the honey at the end of the bar. Get him to focus his attention elsewhere, and he's out of your hair. it's a bit more work, but it can be fun, and raises your value to your own set if you do it right. It's a strategy game. Be a player.

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    Default Re: Removing Cockblocks

    I've never really minded sounding like a d-bag when it comes to getting rid of a cock-block. I was talking to this girl recently, and some guy came up and tried to swoop in on her, so I did what usually works well for me. I told him to go sit in the corner and play with his Lego's, because this was now adult time.

    Most guys will back off pretty quickly if you can say something like that with a straight face (or they'll want to fight you - either way)

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    Default Re: Removing Cockblocks

    i think all my friends have been warned and ive teached many of then not to cockblock me. if i were to tell a friend not to cockblock me and he would constantly do that to me i would end our friendship. Yes, someone that does something that harms you for a while and still does it, its doing in on purpose. No need to have people that want the worse for you around.

    Someone can accidentally CB me, has happened with my wings, its nothing to get mad if they dont know about it. In fact happened last week, one of them did, after the night was over i told him and even himself realized it and apologized and its part of working our game together and becoming a unit.

    if its one of her friends being nice and giving him a high five may suffice. if he wants convo someone from my group will be ready to take him out of the set. if im all alone im kinda fucked and i gotta win him/her over and try to make him go politely.

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    Default Re: Removing Cockblocks

    I macked on this girl Wednesday. It got better after a few seconds. Then the stupid janitor showed up and said "Oh you like her" with his broken english..?! lol Mother*** I brushed him off as her ride came. So I couldnt do Number Close. I got into him after that.


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