The Painter

One block from where I live, on a residential street corner, I saw a lanky, unkempt white man talking to two attractive blondes dressed in the uniform of the City Bitch On Her Way To Do Something So Very Important At Her Paper Pusher Job: crisp Banana Republic skirt, tennis shoes for the sidewalk commute, and hair in a ponytail. Upon closer inspection, I noticed the man had a tall painter’s easel in front of him with a postcard-sized canvas propped on the easel. He was dangling a brush from his right hand rather effeminately, while the girls smiled broadly, flipped their ponytails to and fro, and engaged him in animated conversation.

The canvas had a few splotches of pastel-colored geometric shapes on it. If this was supposed to look like my neighborhood, I couldn’t make out the resemblance. I figured it must be some postmodern stylism that only the illuminati, and City Bitches, could comprehend.

Then I noticed something else; I recognized this guy. I’d seen him ambling around my neighborhood, walking with that loserly shuffle. He was a local. I’ve never seen him painting outdoors on a weekday morning either, and until now I’d never seen him in the company of women. This new painter’s schtick he had devised was clearly working. There he was, three random colors on a tiny canvas, a cheap art store easel on the sidewalk corner, and two hot blondes eating out of his palm. He was probably smacking himself for not coming up with this idea sooner.

Go ahead and try it. Buy an easel and a canvas board. Set up shop on a corner in the daytime, ideally during the morning or evening pedestrian commute. Dangle a paintbrush from your hand effeminately whilst cocking your head like you’re deciding how best to capture the majesty of the street corner. Wait for girls to approach you (which automatically signals their lower status relative to yours, as girls are programmed to never approach men), and run your normal game as usual.

“I’m surprised you can recognize the deep spirit of the land and its people I’m trying to evoke. I wouldn’t have taken you for the type of girl who could appreciate art.”

You don’t need to be an artist, or even have painting skills, to pull this off. All you need is the ability to handle the public attention you will get, and a cultivated sense of haughty arrogance.





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  1. “You don’t need to be an artist, or even have painting skills”

    I’m unaware of any current artists that have painting skills so this should be quite doable.

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  2. art/music is catnip for most kinds of girls – literature/book smarts as well for some types, fewer in number. the theory seems to be that art is a proxy for male display – mental peacocking, of the emotions, mind, inner world, to DHV. and it even works for posers – like said fake-artist. or like any talentless college kid in an awful, bullshit garage band can get *way* more female attention – *even* if obviously talentless.

    what’s up with that, ladies? why is the pose as good or better than actual talent?

    another question, off-topic, that entered my mind over the weekend threads. why is it that, of all the female images that have come on this blog over the years, the most durable is… CIGSTACHE. she comes up over and over again as a shorthand for undesireability. maybe that’s it, but .. please. i’d have been just as happy to erase that image from my mind forever and ever.

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  3. So tempting to cockblock the guy by telling the chicks “It’s amazing what medication can do for homeless schizophrenics these days, but a lot of them still have odd little mannerisms” (then you nod towards the guy).

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  4. Back in college, I drew with markers on a large sketch pad in the street capturing the sidewalk and the stores in my drawing. I sat in a folding chair with a book bag across the back. I got lots of attention and so did my friends who were doing the same thing. People of all ages immediately become interested in why you are doing it. It takes a certain level of confidence to be drawing in public and people respond to that.

    Doing the same in a coffee shop isn’t as effective as being on a street with passer byers. Having a chair, claiming your spot and drawing shit looks professional. Drawing at a table next to everyone else on their laptops just looks like you are trying to blend in.

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  5. Cigstache is an archetype for a woman so bereft of sexual power over men, combined with a cheery humility-borne wisdom, men see her as a confidant-type or a cool broad to do shots with.

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  6. either that, or a living example of the old adage: “beauty is skin deep, but ugly goes clear to the bone…”

    i wouldn’t want to do shots with her, unless she was wise, especially friendly or wickedly funny. all three of which are unlikely. very unattractive girls often have self-esteem issues or chips on their shoulders around men. (much as, to be fair, unattractive guys who nevee get laid are not usually at their best around attractive women.)

    also, painting on a street corner is such a cliche. almost too obvious. surprised city-bitches were going for it. i’s think something more contemporary or edgier, like video art or whatever, might be cooler.

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  7. “You don’t need to be an artist, or even have painting skills, to pull this off”

    No, you sure dont. And not only in the Jackson-Pollack sense of talentlessness. You can simply paint a normal picture with slip-shod proportions, but put a ridiculous “artistic” twist on it like making damn near all of your brush strokes be vertical or horizontal, or make a perverse number of your shapes in the painting be semi-circles, or make every eye-shape in the photo the same, or give every car the same droll shade of metallic hue, but paint the people colorful.

    Art has to be about the biggest gimmick in the known world since the dawn of the 20th century. Much of what is regarded as “important” since then is really just ugly junk. Jackson Pollack is one of the more obvious examples of this.

    Pretentious women can be deeply stupid. However, since we finance their stupidity, they can more-or-less get away with a good deal of it.

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  8. I faced a situation very similar. My profile forbids me for trying to imitate a painter, for I would look ridiculous. SO painters have always been the enemy.
    So there was this painter in college, and four girls –one of those I was interest in- chatting with him when I arrived. Hostility between males in this situation appears as quick as you can imagine. I don´t remember the entire conversation, but he was crushing me. One line I remember was:

    Gig: do you sell your paintings? (naively playing financial game)
    Painter: only to selected clients

    And so on. The massacre was getting so bad that I was begging for a chance to leave. Until I delivered the coup de grace. He got even more hostile, instead of less, as he started to look more and more like the winner. I remained calm since it was the only way to avoid looking even worse and said to him: “calm down bro, the girls are throwing themselves at you anyway” .

    That was a huge neg that left not only him, but also the girls unbalanced. They –the girls- immediately started to justify themselves to me.

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  9. I remember clearly that I started the verbal duel. This is a mistake I would never commit again, unless the other guy looks as harmless as the guy in the picture with the 4 girls in a recent post. You don´t start argument with high status guys. The guy who starts in the defensive has a huge advantage.

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  10. I previously would have rejected this proposal at too far-fetched (that women could fall for such an obvious con). That was until I saw this documentary about a four year old girl who paints “abstract art” and sells them for 10’s of thousands of dollars.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Kid_Could_Paint_That

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  11. Actually, I think you’d get MORE girls with abstract splotches than with pretty photorealistic landscapes. Then you can something like, “It’s not every day I meet a girl who appreciates the complexity and subtlety of abstract art.” The girl will feel smarter and more sophisticated appreciating something outside the mainstream. Catnip.

    This game may work in DC, but it sure as hell WOULDN’T fly in New Orleans – there are weirdo “street artists” crawling on every corner here. I think it depends on your city.

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  12. I tried that once with a cap, overalls, a ladder, and a dropcloth. It didn’t work.

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  13. This painter story reminds me of a great alpha character in the movies: the painter played by Javier Bardem in vicky cristina barcelona (I know, Woody Allen, so SWPL). The guy interrupts 2 American girls having dinner and offers them to have a threesome, just like that.
    Have a peek at the scene in the trailer : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zKbFS8Hzo4

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  14. @maurice:

    “what’s up with that, ladies? why is the pose as good or better than actual talent?”

    Look at the number of talentless stars that make it on the t.v. and radio and you’ve just answered your question.

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  15. It’s the sad state of our cutlure that the shit thrown on canvases by anyoen can be considered “art.” That’s why you can get away with this. Used to be you had to have talent and years of training and a lot of chops to pull this off.

    Kind of like what the guitar/rock/jazz did for musicians. You need only strum a few chords that take maybe 2 weeks to learn, and “improvise” and bammo—panty city.

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  16. “with a postcard-sized canvas”

    I wonder how/if the size of the canvas would affect the pick up…

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  17. I say this only works if you have some artistic orientation to begin with. I understand, for example, that this is the case w/Roissy. If you’re a musician, or painter, or have some appreciation of art history and so on, then go for it. While I personally find some ethical problems with it, it doesn’t raise to the level of something out and out problematic, so long as, like I said, you have some kind of artistic bones to start with.

    Personally, this is something I would never do. Its not me, and would only come off as forced and fake. But I don’t knock it for others, have at it, God bless ya.

    As for why so many Women go for artistic types real or fake, I really don’t know. It would be nice for the ladies to answer that one, but we all know that’s a tall order for them, given their inherent natures. It takes an uncommonly clear-eyed Woman, who is usually older (say, well into her 40s as a rule), to be able to be brutally honest about the ways of Women-and then, usually, in this venue, her words are usually met w/disdain.

    So the beat goes on.

    O

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  18. “Illuminati” haha – imagine the possibilites of a sophisticated, intelligent pua running “Artiste Game” on pampered Ivy League pussy habitually spouting deep thoughts overheard from somebody else. I’m erect.

    kalli0pe

    Actually, I think you’d get MORE girls with abstract splotches than with pretty photorealistic landscapes.

    fairly good observations girl. i’m a fan of old Sade – what album did you get your av from?

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  19. on August 3, 2009 at 1:00 pm DCDistraction

    I don’t want attention from girls who like street painters.

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  20. @ Firepower

    That’s not Sade, that’s me!

    I’m flattered by the mistaken identity though, she was lovely back then.

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  21. @mandy- actually, no, it doesn’t answer the question – it only amplifies it, magnifies the confusion.

    but i wasn’t actually talking about the mass media – there, it’s just promotion, publicists, connections, etc. that can turn an average nobody into a star.

    i was actually thinking on a micro level, in a social circle, casual conversation, whatever. any whiff of artistic “pretention” ( as opposed to genuine talent, which is usually quite modest by comparison) is catnip. that was the point of my musing above – if the evo-psych purpose of art is mental peacocking, why does it work of the tail is puny and laughable instead of glorious and beautiful? why do girls fuck the ridiculous crappy garage-band guys instead of laughing out loud at their lack of talent?

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  22. props. it takes balls to post one’s real picture

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  23. Maurice,
    I think the answer to your garage band question lies in the fact that these guys are on stage and addressing a crowd of people, and its been shown that ANY Man addressing ANY crowd for ANY reason is likely to turn Women on. It has to do w/social proof and all that.

    O

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  24. Balls, really? Why? I’m not easy to track down, and I wouldn’t say anything here that would get me in trouble IRL.

    And if someone wants to dis my looks here, I would pay no mind unless they posted their own pics. The haters always like to stay anonymous, for good reason.

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  25. @kalli0pe

    i agree fully about haters. hey i didn’t say anything bad about your looks – don’t be so sensitive

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  26. @ Firepower-

    Oh hon, that wasn’t directed at you! Just reasons why I’m not concerned about posting my pic.

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  27. oic – just be cool then or roissy will think you’re cluttering the board hitting on me

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  28. “Artist” game works well, but you’re a bit hamstrung by all your gear if the canvas and/or easel are too large. I’d suggest having a painting kit where the canvas fits opposite your paints, and the whole thing folds up to a briefcase. The easel should also be small-ish so you can carry it under the same arm that’s holding your art supplies/canvas, while your other arm is snaked around the waist of your hottie admirer.

    Maybe something along the lines of:

    http://www.amazon.com/Italian-Floor-Easel-Art-Accessories/dp/B00066J0PE/ref=pd_sim_misc_3

    http://www.amazon.com/Hobby-Do%2592S-Italian-Backpack-Easel/dp/B000UI5XM2/ref=pd_sim_misc_8

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  29. on August 3, 2009 at 1:45 pm D. Ray Morton

    @ Obsidian

    “As for why so many Women go for artistic types real or fake, I really don’t know.”

    Artists and musicians remain society’s deviants. Why they’re still thought of that way, I don’t know (not that I’m complaining). But, for most people, artist/musician spells instability and danger.

    The power to create a work of art (good pr bad), via voice, pen, brush, or whatever other instrument, is also, in its own way, an instant display of dominance, importance, etc. And even if you totally suck, people are generally stupid enough to think that you know what you’re doing.

    There are other considerations, too, but I’m too out of it right now to put the words together…

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  30. on August 3, 2009 at 2:14 pm Willard Libby

    Go ahead and try it. Buy an easel and a canvas board. Set up shop on a corner in the daytime, ideally during the morning or evening pedestrian commute.

    And perform like a street monkey for women who at best will be merely amused and then walk on.

    [editor: as opposed to all the women who walk on from guys doing nothing special.]

    Street performers of any kind are pretty low status.

    [who said this had to be your primary job? think mcfly.]

    You’re better off making a negative comment about the artist/dirtbag in the presence of some women.

    [if the girls are smiling and enjoying the faux artist’s company, then your deliberate effort to sabotage their good time by tooling the guy in front of them will make you look like a resentful loser.]

    Tell the truth about the males low status and pathetic pretensions.

    [“my other job is in finance.”]

    The women will recognize this and he will be destroyed in their eyes.

    [more likely you’ll come across like a schmuck.]

    Or she will see you as an “insensitive” asshole.

    [your “insensitive asshole” game needs calibration.]

    Nothing wrong with that.

    [sez the guy who thinks 6s and 7s are equivalent in looks to helen thomas.]

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  31. Pathetic… I bet the guy is toast if one of the girls asked him on his perspective of Frida Kahlo. Unless you have basic knowledge on the subject it is best not to fake it… oh wait this isn’t Europe. Americans girls don’t have brains, since it fell out from sucking so much cock.

    Bad advice. If you are going to fake then act like a rich guy… fake rolex and old Porsche. Or have a BMW or Benz and say that your Ferrari is in the shop getting new rims. Gold diggers r easy and lying is good.

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  32. Warsaw circa 1993:

    World-class talent Russian musicians, painters and dancers performing for coins to utter indifferece of stone-faced passerbys while clusters of street-crapping Gypsies sit like empty-eyed ravens except when their empty-eyed urchins rush a rare Western tourist for the same coins that would have been dropped into the sidewalk cup planted at the feet of Soviet Orchestra’s former first string violinist.

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  33. Said “empty-eyed” twice. Damn.

    No — it was such a brilliant image it didn’t hurt to reuse it.

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  34. this one is fairly obvious . any guy who i’m interested has a facial hair and also is artistic.
    the panties fly off for an artist. my current bf is a working artist and he actually does know what he’s doing.
    but this might work for a one night thing. i wouldnt date a guy who didnt have talent . If i was led to believe he was a painter i expect to his his work at some point and if i don’t like it (not to be confused with “if i dont get it “) he is no longer impressive. He won’t have my attention much longer.

    i also like photographers so holding an SLR Canon with a big ole lens may do the same as the easel. In fact i think its a better idea. if i find out a guy is artistic its always a plus .
    when speaking to a friend about guys we are interested saying “hes artistic” is never a negative thing.

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  35. An actual artist would be annoyed by the interruption.

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  36. “An actual artist would be annoyed by the interruption.”

    Great observation. If you act annoyed, like the girls are a distraction, they will want to interrupt you even more.

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  37. Maurice: “why is the pose as good or better than actual talent?”

    Because you need a brain capable of rational thought to recognize actual talent. Most women judge men (and art) by herd behavior. Which is why any assclown with an easel can pull tail. And it also explains all of “contemporary art” consisting of artistically displayed urinals. It makes the ladies feel speeeeyshal, like they’re in some elite crowd of rarified aesthetes, to “appreciate” obvious nonsense.

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  38. @lupo- OK, but in my preferred area of musical taste and activity, women are every bit as discerning as men in their taste and understanding. but then again, that area is the opposite of the rebel/chiche/misunderstood outsider kind of artist. maybe it’s that as much as anything else – the pose is a kind of social signalling that everyone can pick up on, both the male and female sheeple, but true aesthetic understanding and refinement are much rarer.

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  39. Maurice: no matter how much the art snobs they might be, their brains shut down when their ‘gina tingles, and they all move in herds. The only woman I can think of who isn’t obviously an artistic camp follower is Camille Paglia, and she’s a dyke. I mean, I don’t always agree with Paglia, but she has the balls to march to her own drummer.

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  40. I like this one a lot. Ladies do love their artists, and doing something like this makes you very approachable. (Maurice, I hear your point about it not being edgy, but some things just never go out of style. With the ladies, at least. Plus nobody wants to talk to the poser with a video camera in his hand.)

    The only problem I see with this schtick is that it would be a very difficult ruse to sustain as is, even for one day. First, even by modern art standards, my painting would suck. If I try to insist I’m a real painter, she’s going to think I’m some retard painter-in-training and the van will be picking me up soon. And if I do get her to my place, I can’t exactly fill my house or apartment with my own paintings, because I don’t have any!

    So I would add a John Lennon twist. Yes, I’m an artist, but this is a new avenue for my creativity. You see, I’m painting this scene for an album cover idea. My own album, of course, and I want the whole thing to be very personal and my own. (Artist and sensitive musician? Countdown to sex in 5 . . . 4 . . . 3 . . . )

    Or maybe I sheepishly admit I’m painting this for my mother’s birthday, because she wanted something handmade this year (instead of the usual expensive jewelry.)

    Or maybe I don’t want to talk about why I’m painting this . . . but . . . well, since you asked . . . it’s because a good friend recently died. And right here is the last place I saw him/her. And . . . no . . . I shouldn’t have said that because I really don’t want to talk about it . . . but . . . golly, you’re so nice . . .

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  41. maurice, RE: what’s up w/ that?

    Two things.

    For the haters: Chicks look for emotional meaning in low quality “creative output” the way dudes look for “patterns” in the payouts of slot machines.

    As a veteran: Putting yourself out there creatively takes GIANT balls. It is serious social risk-taking, particularly in our current cultural context, to say, “Here’s what I think is cool.” A thousand douches will lean against the wall and pick you to shreds from a detached, unassailable stance. Of course, these people are the human equivalent of pairs of khakis from banana republic, folded and stacked.

    Except you can’t fuck a pair of khakis’ girlfriend. 🙂

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  42. If you’re Faking It with Art, play to your strengths. For example, if it was roissy, he could simply do a painting with Faceless People (a rough outline) then filll the rest of the piece with writing: something that looks poetic, dramatic colouring for seperate words. Giving the background one matt colour to start off with helps.

    Consider charcoal, pencils and combining mediums.

    It sounds like a fun routine, with or without women (looks like you’ll have to choose your location carefully here to make sure you’re targeting the demographic you want). A bit lonely, though. Could you vary it using a person posing for you(who is in fact a “friend”, but this may be unknown to your audience)?

    Anyway, an unfinished piece can somewhat fool the discerning. “I’ve not even started!” All the potential and possibilities are in a sketch.

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  43. Roissy, are you an artist? I’m curious because you often post about art on this blog, which seems atypical for most PUA blogs. Also, your use of the language has a poetic ring.

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  44. My buddy has a Reticulated Python about 9 feet long. On occasion, he takes it for a walk down on Main St. You should see the woman who come up to him for conversation and more.

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  45. Maurice: “why is the pose as good or better than actual talent?”

    Talent is subjective. It just depends on someone’s tastes. What you consider talent, I could consider dull or boring, etc.

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  46. Ya, gotta admit the artist thing can work, but only as the hook, it doesn’t mean he gets to be a keeper.

    I went on a date with this guy who only worked part time so he could pursue his art, he was a painter. I thought that was pretty cool. Until…I found out he worked part time at Home Depot, his apartment smelled like stale beer and his art seriously could have been reproduced in a kindergarden classroom. When I asked him why he didn’t return the thousands of empties littering his place he said he couldn’t afford a car! Ya, date ended quickly. Just sayin….

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  47. Roissy, next time you see the bullsht-artiste on the cornr trying to pull chicks, walk over and tell him only fucking dead painters become famous.

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  48. on August 4, 2009 at 5:56 am Epoxytocin No. 87

    @ aoefe

    I went on a date with this guy who only worked part time so he could pursue his art, he was a painter. I thought that was pretty cool. Until…I found out he worked part time at Home Depot, his apartment smelled like stale beer and his art seriously could have been reproduced in a kindergarden classroom. When I asked him why he didn’t return the thousands of empties littering his place he said he couldn’t afford a car!

    This story is incomplete without at least a ballpark figure of the guy’s age.

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  49. on August 4, 2009 at 6:02 am Epoxytocin No. 87

    Roissy, next time you see the bullsht-artiste on the cornr trying to pull chicks, walk over and tell him only fucking dead painters become famous.

    AMOG tactics, or just plain old shit talk?
    If it’s the latter, I don’t see the point. I have better things to do than talk shit to random people in the street.
    If it’s the former, then verbal AMOG is probably not the way to go, since this is the type of guy who has probably memorized anti-verbal-AMOG tactics (since he couldn’t fight a sixth grader).
    Instead, I’d like to see the reaction if you just walked over and knocked his stuff to the pavement. Perhaps “accidentally”, perhaps not.
    If he’s really “lanky”, “unkempt”, and the proud owner of a “loserly shuffle”, it’s good to test his mettle anyway. If he folds, he doesn’t deserve the chicks.

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  50. ”””””Epoxy,
    Instead, I’d like to see the reaction if you just walked over and knocked his stuff to the pavement. Perhaps “accidentally”, perhaps not.”””””

    Dang the evil begins to come to surface.

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  51. on August 4, 2009 at 6:18 am Epoxytocin No. 87

    Dang the evil begins to come to surface.

    Note the subject change from “I” to “you”.

    I am personally well above the level of such neanderthalesque conduct, of course, as may be ascertained from the halo round my head.

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  52. lol I should have read for comprehension

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  53. Nadia:
    i wouldnt date a guy who didnt have talent . If i was led to believe he was a painter i expect to his his work at some point and if i don’t like it (not to be confused with “if i dont get it “) he is no longer impressive. He won’t have my attention much longer.

    Ahhh…

    Another beautiful example of the woman’s self proclaimed worth.

    She is the one to decide if a man has talent.

    And she definitely deserves a man with talent.

    Hell, he has to have a beard, and artistic look, and damn lot of talent to be worthy of the females attention.

    Wonder what talents she has that makes her so valuable.

    Reminder: I have heard women call Einstein a loser.

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  54. lol Z.G.

    Even aoefe didn’t have the decency to clean the guys apartment. he he he

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  55. on August 4, 2009 at 6:56 am Epoxytocin No. 87

    @ z.g.

    Hell, he has to have a beard, and artistic look, and damn lot of talent to be worthy of the females attention.

    Wonder what talents she has that makes her so valuable.

    We like women who are hot, too, a preference that’s no more (or less) rationally justified than Nadia’s stated preferences.

    You write like someone who strikes out, a lot, with women.

    The difference is this:

    * Describing, objectively, women’s preferences and attraction triggers (as roissy and 10,000 other PUA bloggers do) is chill.

    * Describing the consequences (to society and to women themselves) of pursuing those preferences and triggers (as only roissy does among PUA bloggers, as far as I know) is chill, too.

    * Passing judgment on the triggers themselves is something you wouldn’t do if you were getting laid on the regular. That’s all.

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  56. on August 4, 2009 at 7:02 am Cannon's Canon

    kall: “Also, your use of the language has a poetic ring.”

    Your story has the ring of truth; it rings true!

    How nerdy are we, after all?

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  57. ””””’Epoxy on a roll,
    * Passing judgment on the triggers themselves is something you wouldn’t do if you were getting laid on the regular. That’s all.”””””””’

    Yea man ya just get the shiney car the shiney watch and the shiney green loot. Shit is easy to trigger the womans gina.

    bought a 300 dollar pair of sunglasses everyone giving me compliments and shit. Sometimes ya just got to paly the game to win instead of always using a handicap he he he

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  58. on August 4, 2009 at 7:33 am Epoxytocin No. 87

    Yea man ya just get the shiney car the shiney watch and the shiney green loot. Shit is easy to trigger the womans gina.

    Epoxytocin No. 87 maxim #2:
    Nothing repels a woman faster than lavishing money and attention on her.
    Nothing attracts a woman faster than lavishing money and attention on yourself.

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  59. Dam yea good one. Gonna be getting the lamborgini because the car gives me a hard on when i see one but yea woman will probably want to ride in it he he he

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  60. on August 4, 2009 at 7:47 am Epoxytocin No. 87

    Gonna be getting the lamborgini because the car gives me a hard on when i see one

    Either (a) you’ve never been in an Italian car, or (b) you’re not very tall.

    I’m only 5-11 and I scrape the ceiling of any Italian car. I can barely even get into a Ferrari.

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  61. Have not been in one I will rent one when I hit the states. The asthetics are the hotness of it. I should probably drive one to see if I actually like. Saw them somewhat often when I lived in germany. If there was a car I wanted to fuck that would be it.

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  62. @epoxy- OK, 14 more maxims to go, if i’m counting correctly.

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  63. @ Epoxytocin No. 87

    Ooooh, I judge a princess.. Oooohhh.. I committed the ultimate sin, damn it must be because I am not getting laid, not because I can think, have standards and impose them.

    We like women who are hot, too, a preference that’s no more (or less) rationally justified than Nadia’s stated preferences.

    See, you use, “like”, she uses “he better have talent or no attention”, different way of using words, which makes about half the difference.

    You write like someone who strikes out, a lot, with women.

    And here comes the “you cant get laid” response. Congratulations on your infinite originality.

    For your info I am easily in the top 20% of men, if not 10%.. (To the top 5, did possibly not make it, could not find good statistics).

    So, there it goes.

    Why is it that, once a man criticizes or judges one of the daffy dame’s behavior/choices, suddenly it must be because he is somehow bitter?

    The difference is this:

    * Describing, objectively, women’s preferences and attraction triggers (as roissy and 10,000 other PUA bloggers do) is chill.

    Yea, and many of the bloggers, after claiming “love a woman for what she is with all her flaws” etc, go on to brag how they got to get this one man’s girlfriend to bang them after using the “you have a boyfriend who loves you as you are, who cherishes you for what you are, etc etc bla bla” routine.

    Sorry, dont buy it.

    Objectively reporting on woman’s nature can only lead to her being objectified as nothing more than a sex toy, or an accomplishment.

    Natural PUA’s claiming they always use the same story about their dog to attract the ladies, then tell me about sharing something special with her? Come on…. At least Roissy is honest in this sense. Respect.

    Most of these objective descriptions are results of not having the fucking balls to judge the holy hole.

    * Describing the consequences (to society and to women themselves) of pursuing those preferences and triggers (as only roissy does among PUA bloggers, as far as I know) is chill, too.

    Check some Devlin stuff to read about the real consequences. Check Garbage Generation. I am sure Roissy had read these. As it is impossible not to talk about the consequences once you realize them.

    And this is chill, as it tells it as it is. No need to accept the ladies behavior as “oh, so innocent children, they not know what they do”…

    And in my opionion this is the best service Roissy is doing to the men reading his blog. The only way to free yourself from the schackles of the princesses is to realize that there is the other side, AND you are nt the nly one seeing this.

    * Passing judgment on the triggers themselves is something you wouldn’t do if you were getting laid on the regular. That’s all.

    Man, then all women who happily passed judged on me must have had some bad lives. Oh my.. Oh.. my…

    It is my life. I will judge, criticize, observe and report as I wish.

    MY fucking standards.

    See, they are free to behave as they want, and I am free to fucking judge how I want.

    In any case, they always judge my behavior, no matter what I do, so I guess we are even.

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    And about the triggers.

    I was not judging the triggers in this post. I was judging her attitude.

    I am triggered by beauty, yes, but I know, I got something to provide more than a hard throbbing pulsating dick. And I appreciate my trigger.

    She is triggered by beard and talent, but the attitude was that she was judging her triggers for not being worthy of her.

    What is she giving back except princess attitude and a pussy?

    Was a simple question.

    Maybe you can answer it, instead of going the usual cant get laid way.

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  64. Painters and musicians can do this. Writers or poets can’t. Well, maybe the comic ones.

    Men dominate women in visual art and music, while women hold their own with words. So, they’re attracted to manly qualities.

    [editor: this would explain the appeal of male photographers too. as for writers, eh, they do alright. (note: i don’t tell most girls i’m dating about the blog.) the hip swpl writers get plenty of female groupies. dave eggers once wrote about how easy it was for him to get laid at a b&n book signing.]

    The same goes for guys judging girls — you’re fine if you see a girl writing in a journal. But there’s something slightly off-putting about one who’s drawing in a sketchbook or playing the guitar.

    It’s not repulsive, but those are more masculine roles, and it’s like seeing a woman who’s mannishly tall or muscular. Something’s just a bit off.

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  65. (just to spell it out — I’m also saying that women are attracted to comic writers because women are not funny.)

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  66. You all do realise that Epoxytocin No. 87 is Lilgirl’s bitch, ah I mean – boyfriend.

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  67. Gunny:

    Even aoefe didn’t have the decency to clean the guys apartment. he he he

    Yeah, you should’ve burned it to the ground, girl!

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  68. lol Bhetti the violent bhetti is coming out of the booth.

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