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When you start preparing for death you soon realize that you must look into your life - now - and come to face the truth of your self.
Death is like a mirror in which the true meaning of life is reflected.
You guys are making me consider trying to find it again...think its worth it?
There's a chapter on not orgasming that made me realise that if you don't wank you get proper super powers when it comes to pickup. After reading it I realised that the tests chicks throw at you are great for sign posting your weak areas.
De Angelo believes that women are not as obsessed with the appearance of prospective mates as males are. Rather, De Angelo asserts that a woman will feel attraction automatically when she perceives a man to have certain characteristics such as confidence, lightheartedness, humor and independence, qualities he labels "cocky and funny" or "cocky funny." Thus, while a typical man might hope to appeal to a desirable woman with obsequiousness and unbridled enthusiasm, carefully hiding any reservations he might have about her, a "cocky and funny" one would actually make his reservations abundantly clear from the outset, albeit flirtatiously and with humor.
The Blueprint By Tyler Durden (Owen)--Such a reality twisting, life altering program. Arguable # 1 on this list How to Win friends and influence people By Dale Carnegie-- A must read for any and everyone. Not about pickup but about life (therefore about pickup). I'm reading Radical Honesty by Brad Brandston at the moment.
Tests became fun, but again it's not have in the can responses that's important, but great values branded to your inner self.
It gets a bit wooly language wise occasionally, but if you can decode what he's saying it really makes sense.
Forgive me for any grammar errors, I'm rushin to go jogging, might finish this later if I have time.
I heard way of the superior man was good and read the first 40 pages or so but somehow it never hooked me so its sat under a pile of other books ive been reading.
De Angelo argues that much human social behavior is related in some way to sexual reproduction , and that human mating habits do not differ significantly from other species.