What I Learned Reading “The Game” (by Neil Strauss/Style)

Most of the best PUAs In the book started off nerdy as hell, some of them remained that way.

Mystery did too much shit in the beginning, but at least he became more social as a result

There’s peacocking, then there’s premadonna, IMO only a woman should have over the top make up, eyeliner and accessories.

Women with “bitch shields,” and “inflated egos” do need to get knocked down the peg.  If she was the greatest woman walking, she wouldn’t be single.

Even married women doing the same need to be brought back down to earth

Men can be attention whores too

There was way too much time spent trying to get some pussy. Yes pussy is good as hell but it seemed like these people didn’t say much about outside hobbies.

The HB scale is flawed, because it varies by the preference of the person.

It’s good to have male friends to swap war stories with, however to only go out and beat the pussy up to brag about it to others seems off.

At some point in time you’ll have to leave “The Community” because that shit tends to drive people crazy.

Analyzing is great but over-analyzing can drive a man insane.

Being thirsty is counter intuitive to game

Eventually you must take what you learn and put your own spin to it.

The Mystery Method worked best for him because he is Mystery

Don’t get your ass beat trying to take another dude’s girl. If she chooses, she’ll find a way to get to you.

Even your “bros” in  “The Community” can sell you out for some pussy. (Not all do)

The majority of validation should be internal and from self, not only external from friends and women.

Being an entertainment monkey is only the first few times around.

Balance your life out with more than just pick up, shit does tend to fall when you don’t take care of your priorities.

Neil/Style had great insight and could read people

I’ve noticed a pattern of people almost getting fired or getting fired for spending too much time in  “The Community.” Again,  balance.

Keyboard jockeying is bullshit. Real world experience >  Keyboard Jockeying.

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12 thoughts on “What I Learned Reading “The Game” (by Neil Strauss/Style)

  1. Socialkenny says:

    Funny thing is,I read the Game pretty late(compared to others).I read it about a year ago(or less).

    Many ppl turned against Strauss saying that he gave away too much info in the book that supposedly women weren’t supposed to know.

    I doubt it.Chicks know my shtick and what I’m about.That never fucked up my Game.

  2. Socialkenny says:

    I’m not sure.

    I was wondering the same question for a while now if Mystery still pick up.I wanna believe that he still coaches.

  3. cookie9001 says:

    I’ve never really intended on reading this book, because I had always thought it looked whack. But it looks decent, might have to check it out after all.

  4. Socialkenny says:

    @Cookie-Ok cool.I figured that he’s not out sarging weekly unless he’s in bootcamps coaching.

    As far as the Game book;check it out.

    • cookie9001 says:

      My guess is that Mystery probably is more focused on his business now anyway. He really hasn’t done a whole lot in the past couple years, but I’m sure he still does speaking appearances and boot camps.

      Also I just picked up a copy of “The Game” from amazon.

  5. Socialkenny says:

    @Cookie-It reads more like a bunch of field reports opposed to a “how to”.

    • Morpheus II says:

      @Cookie to piggy back off of Kenny it really weren’t too many worthy field reports but the insight into the community at the time was worth the read. A lot of people tend to come off as invincible but Strauss showed them in a more “human light”

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