This is my first post, and I'd like to give a quick introduction to hopefully provide context for my question.
I'm new to the game. I read The Game by Neil in December, then started working through Rules of the Game. I've just started my second semester at Florida Atlantic University.
I haven't had much experience with sarging; I've only done two approaches (both on New Years at a club), but I've been learning as much as possible through books and the Internet. I'm a little concerned because I'm running out of time to get some sort of game together. This leads me to my question.
I'm joining a fraternity next month, and will be introduced to a lot of different people, including a lot of different women, who I will most likely be seeing more than once at multiple events and gatherings. I was wondering how the game works on people that you meet in social circles.
I'm sort of afraid to try out a lot of what I've learned here on campus because I don't have that mental fallback of "she's just some random stranger" to rely on, since the girls I'll be meeting will see me again and again. I guess I'm just looking for some ideas on how to play the game in an environment where your screw-ups can be easily discussed and you see the women that you may screw up with again and again. I'm sure this is a limiting belief, but I'm just trying to figure out what to do about it.
Thanks in advance.