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    forxiz Guest

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    Hello everybody im 17 years old and I have zero game , I've never asked girl for her number , never approached any women anywhere for intention of gaining her number... im feeling awkward arround beautiful women (I think I can work it out). I saw both seasons of PUA , saw neil strauss DVD's and Im watching atm David colangelo's dvd's for me atm it's like I want to know everything before I do it , I want to start something but dunno where to start since I've never been to a club and probably won't til im 18. any advices where to start?

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    Mystery_wannabe Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by forxiz View Post
    Hello everybody im 17 years old and I have zero game , I've never asked girl for her number , never approached any women anywhere for intention of gaining her number... im feeling awkward arround beautiful women (I think I can work it out). I saw both seasons of PUA , saw neil strauss DVD's and Im watching atm David colangelo's dvd's for me atm it's like I want to know everything before I do it , I want to start something but dunno where to start since I've never been to a club and probably won't til im 18. any advices where to start?
    Hey forxiz welcome to the club. I've just started this PUA thing about a month or 2 ago and here arensme of ly recommendations:
    1)Conquer your college pdf (day game knowledge) 2) Mystery method

    After reading these 2 pdfs you can study sytle's method and a bit of te natural method to balance your game a bit.

    Best of luck.

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    culturedpearls Guest

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    And taking off from what the masters here repeatedly say, you can't have game if you don't play. You can read up all you want on it but until you gather up the guts to practice what you read, to try the different tactics and come up with your own openers, to really approach girls despite the risks of being rejected or bombing, then you can't be good at it.

    Research is good, dude, am not knocking it. Just go out there and also live it. Start small. Start with improving the way you dress and walk and talk and smile. Start by being able to say hello to strangers, then by making small talk with kids that aren't your friends. Get people not your kin to do things for you, help you, assist you with small tasks. Go charm your librarian. When you become more at home relating to people of all shapes and sizes, then the chances of you being able to chat with a girl that's semi/attractive increases... that or you bombing out won't bother you as much.

    Surely there are dances at school you can invite a girl to. And you can also hang out in places where more girls hang out. Oh, and yeah, utilize whatever online community is at your disposal.

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    Typhoon Guest

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    Dude... we were all awkward at 17. You are not alone! And you're even way ahead of some of us because you're doing something about it already! Just go live whatever you read.

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    Coyote Guest

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    I relate to you mate. I am twice your age and I blow kids your age and older out of the water. At your age in the larger world I had dues to pay. I had to go out and actively seek knowledge and experience. Go to those ladies who work if you are really worried about sex. Just go sober and treat them properly. Melbourne workers are very clean... I don't know about your states laws. Do a bit of living mate and game in all areas of life especially the ones that interest you. Challenge yourself, believe in yourself. Find a system of ethics and beliefs that ring true. Ask yourself some questions. The one bloke we must never bullshit mate is ourselves


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