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This guy would set his buddy up with all kinds of women that he knew to go on a date with, but every time, the women would say he was way too nice and boring and that they wouldn’t go on a second date with him.
It wasn’t because he wasn’t a great guy, it was because he was like every other guy out there.
He liked one-night stands and would never commit to a real relationship. Every Friday night he would go out, find a good looking woman, take her home, and sleep with her.
Of course when morning came, he would kick her out.
So I ask, why do we tend to group different experts into the same category when it comes to dealing with the opposite sex?
The answer is simple: ordinary people don’t know the difference. We will start with the pick-up artist, seeing as they are the ones who focus on the meeting stage, are newest on the scene, and surrounded by the most controversy.
Asking a pickup artist about dating is like asking a car salesman how to repair the transmission in my car.
He should have talked about fun topics and showed a sense of humor, but he was scared that anything he said would offend her or put her off, so he’d stick to boring subjects like his job or ask her tons of questions as if he were conducting an interview.
But like I always say, you can’t change what someone is attracted to, so why not just help them find what they like?
The guy was a complete idiot in my opinion, and should never be hired to help anybody get a date.
There seems to be a lot of misconception these days about the difference between a pick-up artist, a dating expert, and a relationship expert. Others may say that they are all the same, and if you are one of them, you most likely will know how to help an unfortunate, lonely guy out there with all three.
However, they are the same: while someone may be great at “picking up women,” it doesn’t mean they will know what to do on a date, or how to sustain a long-term relationship.