Well, that didn't take long.
I know, it was only a couple of days for you guys, but to be honest, I'd been dropping out of PU for about a week or two before I turned in my "Leave of Absence". So don't rag on me, it's been a while.
I've finally gotten to the point where I can focus on my game. I won't say that I got my social circle all worked out (it's really not easy for an independent in a small school run by frats, but fark it if I'm not trying). People know me, I've gotten to the point when I'm approaching more people than I can remember (not too hard, I suck with names). I've gotten to the point where people say hi to me on the street, and while I'm still a little rusty, I'm really working on getting to the point where I can create comfort with everyone.
One thing that I think will really be good for my game is that I've picked up a new hobby. And not just a new hobby, but one that's also a lady-killer. That's right, the Bandit is now a photographer. I do a bit of everything, from landscapes to still life to street photography or photojournalism, but my favorite right now is by far portraits. And that means models, and that means beautiful girls. Guys, I never realized this before but girls love getting there picture taken if you do it right. They get to dress up, look fantastic, and show off their looks. And the whole time you're talking to them and joking with them and making them comfortable and flirting, it's fantastic. And girls think it's sexy. But despite that, how is something taking time away that I could be study game going to be good for my game? Doesn't make sense right? Wrong. I've said it before and I'll say it again, you can't get too serious in this business. You do, and you start over-analyzing and putting pressure on yourself and what not. That's what threw me off in the first place I think.
The time off has given me a good chance to realize what I need to fix in my college game. I understand the basic mentality as well as anyone, I know various tips and tricks, but there's not a lot of material out there that covers all the pitfalls and all the variations that come with college game. I plan on putting that information out there, and I'm sharing it with you guys.
So here's what pitfalls I've come across:
- Getting girls numbers
- Working on daygame
- Cafeteria Game
- Remembering names and faces
- Finding my niche and working it.
- Finding a tight social circle that I can expand from.
- Out-AMOGing the AMOGs
- Having a metric-@ss ton of Fun.
These are problems I have run into with my college game, and no doubt I'm not the only one. I plan on answering/addressing all of theses points as I nail them down.
So there you have it. The Bandit's back. Crank up "The Boys Are Back In Town" and get your game faces on. It's game time, b!tches.