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mASF post by "Fransisco d'Anconia"
posted on: mASF forum: General Discussion newsgroup, March 3, 2005

Thanks for the input gentlemen. Like I said, I don't think it is that I come
across as "trying to hard", although it is a trap you got to watch out for. It
might be that I take the ballbreaking to far some times, but I am normally
pretty tasteful about it. Ah well, we're here to learn aren't we?

Gotta say, I have been wondering lately though. See, I have a new friend who is
just AWESOME with women (literally - I have been watching him, and I am in
AWE), he gets laid more than any guy I have ever seen. A single guy, he gets
laid as often as he can be bothered. We crashed a girls only party yesterday
with some amazing looking women, and he went home early because he was "sexed
out" this week. He got tons of female friends, sleeps with most of them, and
picks up easy as hell.

Here is the riddle: He is also a self-proclaimed "nice guy" and romantic. I
have never, ever, seen him bust on a girl, always just making nice conversation
and being a perfect boy scout.

Now, he is very good looking and successful, and will often be a bit cheeky and
sexual("you know, I really like you, let's go back to my place and shag") but
only after they are totally into him already. Several girls have told him that
whenever he wants to have sex, just to give them a call. I think he has
discovered a niche unknown even to most pick up artists...I'll be watching him
like a hawk the coming months.

"Biologically speaking, if something bites you it's more likely to be female."

Desmond Morris

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