Mystery gained mainstream attention for his role in Neil Strauss's New York Times bestselling exposé, The Game.
Now he has written the definitive handbook on the art of the pickup.
The trick is that you must remember you’re not there to impress her, and you’re not on a job interview.
The more you act nervous, stilted, and uncomfortable…like you’re trying to impress her and get her approval…
Please, spare me the pain of the usual school-job-family conversation.
Let’s save that until we’re picking names for our kids.”Here are a few other good ideas for conversation:1) History.
If you’re in an interesting part of town, tell her the story of how the area came to be named, or why the city was built where it is.they have to watch it on TV too.””I’m so bummed that J-Lo and Ben are on the rocks. I was hoping that they’d have a daughter with perfect hair and a bedonka donk butt from birth.””Have you tuned into this “Cheaters” TV show?Don’t you just love it when they come storming into someone’s house and catch the wife in bed with another guy on national TV? First, let’s talk about WHY most guys allow the conversation to turn to these ultra-boring topics…Most guys approach a first date from the perspective of “I don’t want to screw this up”.WOMEN AREN’T ATTRACTED TO THE SAME OLD SAME OLD, BORING, PREDICTABLE CONVERSATION. So if you want to create ATTRACTION instead of BOREDOM, you’re going to have to learn a new way.