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    LIL G is offline PUA Forums Respected Contributor
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    Default Re: should i tell her that I am a PUA

    THx batman i get it now that was probably the best way 4 me 2 understand

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    FauxPas is offline PUA Forums Respected Contributor
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    Default Re: should i tell her that I am a PUA

    Lil G, hello, FauxPas here. I would tend to agree with everyone else here. However, here comes the naive part of me, the good guy with the white hat, I truely believe I am here to learn how to be a better man first, and the PUA will follow. I believe I'm learning to interact with women in a more positive way. I don't believe I'm being manipulative or sneaky. I'm just returning the serve, (as in tennis). If you play tennis, with others, who are better than you your game will improve a certain amount. If you also practice you'll improve a certain amount more. If you read about it you'll improve a certain amount again. And if you're open to investigating new techniques your game will again improve a certain amount more. And that's what I do. Granted my overhead serve, backswing, forehand, and volley all need work, lots! But by me only concentrating on one of the four items above my game doesn't improve. So if I have a match and don't tell someone who has beaten me before, I'd prefer not to let them in on what I've been up to. Should I win my match I'll just keep it to myself. This is how I look at what we're all doing here. We're just improving our tennis Game! Good luck, and good vibes. Ciao, FauxPas.


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