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how do i help my friend? where do i even start?
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mASF post by "Pnutt"
posted on: mASF forum: General Discussion newsgroup, July 7, 2005

so, i've made my first guy friend since i was 14. i legitamately like the guy.
hes my best friend. hes 6'2 160 and black. He has sexual hangups stemming from
being molested. He looks a little on the rough side. He has amazing rapport
skills and can make friends with the snap of his fingers. hes fun and for the
most part outgoing.

BUT, he severly lacks attraction game. He's the wrong kind of funny. he doesnt
bust on girls, he talks to them. He's not confident in how he looks. He does
cocky funny, but its miscalibrated.. i think the more he hangs with me the more
hell adapt though. hes not the sharpest tool in the box when it comes to
people; hes just incredibly genuine.. most genuine person ive met ever. but hes
interested in the kind of shit i do.. he tried pulling zan's incredibly strong
tactic or whatever the fuck its called, but he did it completely wrong and it
backfired like a bitch.

now i like this guy; if theres one thing i can help people with its girls, but,
ive never taught anybody. where do i even start? do i just tell him to make fun
of girls more? do i TRY to go deeper into social configurations? I dont know if
he can really take that kind of thing... where do i start?

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