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    Default Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    So, I just signed up! I have been lurking for awhile, reading endless material on the PU world and I think I am ready. I needed a change in my life. I am a 27 year old bodybuilder from Canada and my social life is at the worst ever. I have been lacking confidence and have anxiety issues ,I want to change my life around for the better. The only problem I have with starting to sarge is that I will be doing everything alone. Anyone have tips for sarging at bars/clubs alone? Thanks guys! See you around.

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    Default Re: Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    If your social life is that bad, you should get some male friends first or start with day game so being alone seems normal enough. You can make friends in the field while sarging but it requires social skills and confidence.

    BTW since you're muscled, consider wearing tight t-shirts (V-necks are best). I work out and wear those and a lot of women just can't hide the fact they're hugely attracted to it. Hell, I've attracted half my class by looking good and it doesn't even require confidence. Though it might increase if you can tell they're attracted to you.

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    Default Re: Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil View Post
    BTW since you're muscled, consider wearing tight t-shirts (V-necks are best). I work out and wear those and a lot of women just can't hide the fact they're hugely attracted to it. Hell, I've attracted half my class by looking good and it doesn't even require confidence. Though it might increase if you can tell they're attracted to you.

    I SWEAR BY V-NECKS.

    Virgil is absolutely right. From a psychoanalytic background, V-Necks show a bit more skin, and are a different style opposed to the norm; Hence women know that you're comfortable with yourself, and know you care about your body, and clothing appearance.

    Another cool psych fact, are that V-Necks actually make one look a bit taller than they actually are.


    As For The Social Situation:

    You're a body-builder, no? If you frequent the gym, there are many guys with similar interests there. People are usually always looking to be spotted, etc. Many opportune moments for you to engage in conversation, and exchange numbers.

    Since you're fit, there are many athletic clubs out there you can join. One of my close friends has started frequenting a City Pool every Sunday morning for fitness swims (Doing Lengths in lanes, not the 55+ aqua fit). Since then, he's met about 10 different people who he strikes up conversation with in between sets.

    It's all about knowing what your interested in, and being involved with things associated with it. It's the best way to make friends who share your common interests.
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    Default Re: Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    OOKE, how does it work when you open two or three buttons on your shirt (not like a t-shirt but a neat one). You also get to see some skin but it's not "different".

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    Default Re: Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil View Post
    OOKE, how does it work when you open two or three buttons on your shirt (not like a t-shirt but a neat one). You also get to see some skin but it's not "different".

    Not all V-Necks are the same. I have some V-Necks that are quite Deep. It's more or less that V-Necks are seemless, thin, and pressed tight against your skin.

    Ordinary V-Necks aren't that different, but they're different apart from 3-Button Polo's. They also do not have a collar.

    I suppose it depends on what people wear, where you live.

    Where I live, barely anyone wears them, so people notice more often than not.

    They also work great with Necklaces, and such.

    These are a few of my shirts:

    [Admin: That link won't work. I suggest an image on flickr maybe]
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    Default Re: Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    Yeah, the one on the left seems really deep. What I wear is the one in my picture, for example. It's not deep at all but it's a V-neck and I think the strength of it lies in the fact it's a tight shirt and I'm fit.

    What I mean by those neat shirts is one where the buttons go all the way down. I usually have the top two or three buttons open, depending on how far apart they are. And I've had positive comments about my lack of chest hair and girls looking at my skin or touching it. So there really is some strength in showing that bit.

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    Default Re: Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    Thanks for replying guys. I totally agree with the v-necks. I usually do wear them, but with the right fit towards my body. I hear many girls are intimitated bye muscles or they perceive guys as "cocky" or "into themselves". Could this hurt my chances? I guess it is all about the game at that point to prove them wrong.

    I do meet many people at the gym or through other activities but I have never really connected on a freindship level with any of them, more just the odd small talk here or there.

    Daygame is a good idea, so I don't feel totally out of place. So I guess that is a good starting point to learn more about!

    Thanks guys.

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    Default Re: Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    People "hear" a lot of things. Virgil and I both work out. I haven't had any bad experiences because of what I wear (MANY V-Necks haha).

    -but yes, of course the majority of it rests on the tightness. My additional knowledge to v-necks are only a small fraction to the main cause, but does help to know every advantage none the less.


    I fixed my link, and it is now a direct image:



    -apologies about that.
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    Default Re: Hey everyone, bodybuilder from Canada here

    There might be the occasional girl here and there that thinks muscles are a turn off because you won't fit those girls. But that is a really small percentage and I only had a girl imply that to me once. IF it happens you can always game it right.

    Good luck, bro!


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