Game Review: Last Night in SLC

A retroactive review of what sparked it all. I thought about not doing it since I wrote a couple thousand words on the night, but then I realized I did make a ton of mistakes, so why the hell not?

For those who couldn’t be arsed to read my lengthy pontifications: drunk girl comes over to hit on my female friend/look at shiny things. Drunk girl teases male friend and I about being gay. I kissed drunk girl to “prove I’m not gay”. Drunk girl become enamored with me all night. Push/pull. Negs. I tried to placate the friend who was always at risk of major cockblock. Had tons of fun, but no notch.

What I knew:

  • I wanted to get laid. I wanted to have fun. Yet, I had felt no game and was targeting the wrong girl. I had no other path at the time, so I went with it.

What I learned:

  • Be forward. Always be forward. What got me this girl was taking a risk and it work out in spades. If I had ignored my instincts, I would have been pursuing the wrong girl the entire night. I wouldn’t of had fun or the motivation to keep my game going.
  • Recruit wingmen. I had C and M with me. C wasn’t bi and M was nerd-shy. With a decent wingman, I could of isolated my girl from her friend. The wingman I was looking for actually showed up much later in the night and totally outside my control. It probably would have been the perfect time to take the target away to some place quiet, but I didn’t jump at the chance.
  • No excuses. While I did amazing for what my track record has on it, I still pawned off indecisiveness as someone else’s fault. The friend, mostly. I could of gotten some. This chick came back 3 times, happy to see me. From the background, I cockblocked a couple trolling for a threesome because she liked me better than them. And this girl talked slutty all night. It was there to take and I didn’t take it.
  • Move quick. I lingered a lot. I didn’t get into the good parts of her until late when I could have been on it early on.
  • Be aggressive. I worried about her friend while her friend was being standoffish. I should of taken advantage of it since I already had her friend hooked.
  • Stock condoms. ‘Nuff said.

All in all it was a very good night that could have been better, but I’m not fretting. Abundance abundance abundance!

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4 responses to “Game Review: Last Night in SLC

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  3. What was the exact sticking point? Did you suggest going someplace quieter (“Extraction to seduction location” in nerdy PUA lingo), and if so, how did she respond?

    [J: The major sticking point was my mentality. I had just crossed from 25-year wallflower to beginner player. It was all new to me and while I had her hooked, I was mis-stepping. The secondary sticking point was her friend. This chick watched my girl like a hawk all night. The only reason I was able to keep her on the leash was that I was quick with the kiss and with the kino. She kept coming back despite her friend’s whining. Otherwise, there were plenty of other lonely bastards who wanted a stab at her that her friend approved of. The least troubling sticking point was logistics. I was driven to the club and I needed a ride home. My own car was stuffed to the hilt with my crap and was parked at my friend’s place. I could of brought her along if her friend ok’ed it, but she didn’t even like me at the end when we said goodbye. So the only place was the bathroom if I was going to hit it and my mentality, as I said, was freshly born. I didn’t even consider it until we were all talking about it back at my friend’s place and someone mentioned the sleaziness of Area 51’s bathrooms.]

  4. Jordan, a book? I want to be the first to review it when it’s done.

    [J: Simon has first dibs on book review.]

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