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    Default New PUA

    I've been studying PUA techniques for about a year, but I don't think I know enough. It all makes sense, and is interesting. I've produced amazing results so far! I've read The Game, Ross Jefferies' Speed Seduction Guide, I know the Door Pattern, Fractionation, Anchoring, etc...and October Man Sequence. What else should I learn? And I'm 18, so do these techniques work in high school? Thanks.

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    Default Re: New PUA

    Yes they can, but more social circle game. I'm not sure how much success you would get cold approaching in high school. I think you should keep approaching and gaining more experience in the field.

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    yea high school is not the best place to try out pua skills and techniques,most of those girls are superficial and afraid of what people might think of them if she went out with you.your social circle matters and you been in that same circle since freshmen year so its hard to switch,if you hang out with the geek and nerds, chances are you wont get with any of the popular girls, unless they are really into you.I did well in high school, my senior year I went out with 3 girls in my graduating class, all you have to do is be interesting, funny(not a clown),a hint of sexuality,a bit of hidden innuendos, and the most important Kino(touch), hope you started saving up for prom.....that dance was expensive
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    Default Re: New PUA

    Or talk to girls from other schools.. It could work better if you do that. By meeting them in malls and such.

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    Default Re: New PUA

    Thanks for the feedback! I think I'm fine socially...and looks/money are no problem for me. I just think all the PUA techniques makes getting women so much more interesting. But thank you!


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