So some of my housemates got some assorted alcohols today and some apple-flavored shisha and had a smoking party in the living room today. I poked out of my dungeon for an hour and a half, indulged in the finest boxed wines you can buy and observed the interactions between several of my roommates and some girls.
I swear I’m not as creepy as I sound.
Anyway, I came upon the realization that where you live in relation to the party makes a significant difference in the method you have to use to bed women (with respect to speed seduction, etc). When the party is at your house, you have to be very aggressive; your end result can either be reached if you can convince the girl to stay at your place, or if you can convince her to stay at yours. In many cases involving significant amounts of alcohol (especially highly chaotic scenarios), the later is a very likely and easily reached conclusion.
In all other cases, such as the one tonight which was a very small get together and only involved a little bit of drinking, the outsider has a significant advantage because he can initiate pseudo-intimate contact, then announce that it’s late and he’s going home. This passive act can lead to the common (around here) “I need someone to walk me home” from the girl, which irrevocably presents further, more direct possibilities.
Granted, this is only really apparent in a small subset of all encounters; it requires that the male, first, has ample opportunity to present his intentions to the target, and second, can successfully bait the female into going home at the same time. The later is more difficult when there are other competing males who also have to walk home, since (especially at smaller parties) they’ll be more likely to leave as well.
What this means for the home-game player is that he has to be especially aggressive, especially against the outsider who can play a passive game.
tl;dr: Announcement of Desire → Group Kino → One-on-One Contact
Blah I’m kind of drunk. The problem with my style of learning (pure observation) is that I rarely get to observe the later steps, so I always end up losing late-game. And while I say I “should do more reading”, I’m sure any experienced practitioner would counter with “you should do more practicing”.
Which is my argument as to why I’m not creepy.No comments