Allerdings verstecken sich einige Techniken und Prinzipien in dem Buch, die nichts anderes sind, als… … vollkommener Bullshit. Nachdem ich das Buch durchgelesen hatte, entschied ich mich dazu, an einem Seminar in Utrecht teilzunehmen. Na, schaut euch das mal an… Dieser Moment der Gemeinsamkeit — das ist eine Art der Telepathie, die nur beste Freunde haben. Ich kann eindeutig erkennen, dass ihr beste Freundinnen seid. Du bist schon der Vierte!!! Game over.
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Shelves: non-fiction I spent the first pages utterly confused. Was the point of The Game to meet lots of girls, get a girlfriend, or just have lots of sex? After a few hundred pages I realised that The Game I spent the first pages utterly confused. They could just make the whole experience up, and they would have the same response. Strauss himself realises that "it was really shared emotions and experience that creates relationships, not seven hours of [PUA] routines followed by two hours of sex".
I learned a few rules of succeeding in The Game: 1. Get used to rejection. One wannabe-PUA spent a weekend trying to chat up exactly women - and "even managed to get a few phone numbers".
As soon as you can, puff up your chest and crow about your successes to any other PUA who will listen. The most disturbing part of the book - hypnosis - is mentioned, but never explored. Strauss mentions a PUA who "approached the girl This is never mentioned again in the book, but is the most sinister aspect, crossing the line from harmless pickup routines into nonconsensual sex.
Excluding that aspect, I do feel the need to defend The Game. If a woman wants to go home with a guy, she will. Is there really any harm in a guy trotting out some bullshit lines, just to get a girl to notice him? These men are sad, lonely, and socially inept. They need all the help they can get. I met a guy in a club, he started reciting all the lines. We talked for a while, and when he asked for my number I reminded him that I had a boyfriend - to which he said that he just wanted my number so we could continue our conversation about Wuthering Heights you at the back, please stop laughing at my gullibility.
He texted a few times, then started to mention sex, at which point I told him to please go away, then deleted his number. Yet, in terms of The Game, he won. He could have had approval from other men, and that is the whole point of The Game.
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