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Why Creepy Guys Don’t Get Laid

August 29, 2011

Modern society is relatively safe.  Of course, violent crimes do happen, but they happen at much lower rates than they did in the past.  20,000 years ago, life was much more violent.  There was no military or police force to protect the weak, no justice system to keep violent criminals segregated from the population.  In that environment, weak people had to be very careful with who they let their guard down around.  On average, women are much weaker than men.  Now you’re beginning to understand why women feel a strong instinct to keep themselves physically safe.  So how does being creepy play into all this?

I want you to imagine three scenarios.  I have three tasks for you and I want you to imagine yourself completing them.  Think of how you would feel in each situation and what physiological changes you would go through.

1.  You need to find the nearest Apple Store so you can have them replace your laptop battery.  You will be walking down a street in a major city and stop to ask the first cute girl you see.  Once you get her to tell you or look it up on her phone, you’ll thank her and be on your way.

2.  You need to get a girl’s phone number.  You will be walking down a street in a major city and stop to ask the first cute girl you see.  As a pretext for talking to her, you’re going to pretend you need directions to the nearest Apple Store.  Once you get her to tell you or look it up on her phone, you’ll thank her and then ask for her number so you can meet for drinks later.

3.  You need to chloroform a girl so she falls unconscious.  You will be walking down a street in a major city and stop to talk to the first cute girl you see.  As a pretext for talking to her, you’re going to pretend you need directions to the nearest Apple Store.  Once you get her to tell you or look it up on her phone, you’ll thank her and then grab the back of her head and shove a chloroform soaked handkerchief in her face.

Yes, this is a pretty dramatic demonstration, but if you did the exercise right and imagined yourself doing these things, you probably came to an important realization.  If you’re a normal man with relatively weak game, you probably would have undergone many of the same physiological changes during tasks two and three.  A girl can’t tell the difference, all she can tell is that you’re nervous about something.  Her instincts will tell her to get away from you as soon as possible.  If you’re a normal man with relatively strong game, your physiological changes under task two were probably closer to task one than to task three.  If any of my readers felt the same level of nervousness under tasks one and three, there are two possibilities.  One, you are extremely nervous in all social situations.  Two, you are not nervous in any social situations and are probably a sociopath.

The average man is strong enough to overpower over 90% of women.  Think about what that means.  Think about what it meant in a time and place where there was almost no penalty for violent crimes like rape.  If you’re sending off a creepy vibe, a woman isn’t going take the risk to see if you just want her number or if you want to play lambs in your basement; she’s going to protect herself and get the hell away from you.

How do you avoid giving off the creepy vibe?  Practice!  If you don’t want to scare girls away when you’re planning on chloroforming asking them out, then you need to be so used to that type of situation that it doesn’t make you so nervous that you give off the creep vibe.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. August 29, 2011 6:36 pm

    Thanks for explaining why girls can be easily spooked. It’s not always because we’re bitches.

  2. johnnymilfquest permalink
    August 30, 2011 5:01 pm

    “If you’re a normal man with relatively weak game, you probably would have undergone many of the same physiological changes during tasks two and three. A girl can’t tell the difference, all she can tell is that you’re nervous about something.”

    Good illustration.

    It also highlights why some men can have the right vibe with women that they are not actually attracted to, but the wrong vibe around the ones they like.

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