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Men, what do you notice about your friends who always go home with someone when they go out? It probably looks like they don’t try at all. They come over to you and tell you they’re going home with someone, and you think, “I barely even saw him talking to her.” Maybe you tell yourself, “But he’s hot, so he doesn’t have to try.” No, no, no! That is dangerous thinking. And probably the reason you try incredibly hard with women when you’re at bars. But you’re striking out. You’ve bought a lot of drinks for a lot of women who just took the drinks, thanked you, and went on their way. You didn’t even get to have a conversation with them. Why is this happening? Why can’t you get laid? You’re doing everything within your power. That’s the problem—right there. Here is why trying to get laid will never get you laid.

 

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The term “Getting laid” is insulting

First of all, the term “Getting laid” is insulting, annoying and immature. When you have sex with someone, both people are getting something (ideally, but maybe not if you’re terrible in bed). The term “getting laid” implies you got someone to give you something, and you gave them nothing in return. If you’re even using this term, you’re probably selfish, and women can sense it.

 

 

 

 

 

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