Newbie Mission - Semnae

Discuss Newbie Mission - Semnae at the Field Reports within the The Attraction Forums. Dating Advice.; 2/27/2007 Nothing happened today. Not a fucking thing. I'm beginning to think I should start ...

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    2/27/2007

    Nothing happened today. Not a fucking thing. I'm beginning to think I should start sarging on the weekend to make up for Tuesdays, which are packed with back to back classes and provide no time for socialization. It's been a long, hard day. I got a 54 on my first OChem test. The class average was a 65 with a low of 22 and a high of 115. I'm told it was curved substantially.


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    I have noticed something in your posts, which is that some people saw you as a pointdexter, or basicly a nerd-type.

    I think this is being caused by your (clothing) style.

    Look at your own closet with a critical eye, read some tips on fashion or try to copy the style of the "coolest" guy of the college.

    The best thing would be to go out shopping with a girl who has a good fashion sense.

    Anyway, hope this helpes you out, cuz first impression you make upon people is VERY VERY important and can even kill the rest of the interaction if they percieve you negatively.

    (If you think you dress stylish just ignore this post)

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    2/28/2007

    Nothing happened today because I'm starting to get sick. I've been feeling pain in my throat. Instead of sarging, I started watching David DeAngelo's Double Your Dating video series.
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    3/1/2007

    Not much happened because I'm still not feeling well, but I did manage to sarge a couple sets.

    Set 1: I sat down next to a woman in the cafeteria studying for her Biology test. She wanted to talk about rumors that the school may soon be starting a football team. I had her hooked for a few minutes, then lost it. I didn't change the topic fast enough, and she went back to studying her notes soon as the conversation fell silent. (6)

    Set 2: I tried asking a familiar looking woman how her day was on my way off campus. She seemed responsive, but she was in a hurry to get somewhere. (2)

    Sets - 2 - Total -130
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    3/2/2007

    Set 1: Still feeling rather sick. The only social encounter I had all day was after all my classes were over and I was about to head home. A guy from band saw me putting on my helmet by my moped and called out, "So you're the one that drives that goofy thing!" I responded that it may be goofy, but it's saved me a load of cash. We talked a little bit about my moped and how it saves me money, until he had to go. (5)

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    3/3/2007

    I went shopping today! I only had 2 pairs of jeans that fit, and I was getting tired of doing laundry all the time, so I went to my local WalMart. I know what you're thinking, I'll never find good designer jeans at WalMart, but lets face it, I'm a college student on a college students budget. I simply cannot justify spending more than $15 on a pair of jeans. I did, however, get four pairs of jeans that look different from each other and from what I usually wear. At the very least, I won't look like I'm wearing the same thing every day.

    In addition to my new jeans, I'm going to try to start dressing less conservatively. My usual attire is a plain collar shirt and a pair of jeans. This may look very presentable, but it doesn't get me noticed. I'm going to start wearing some Hawaiian silk shirts I bought on a trip a while ago. I originally bought them because I got sunburned in Hawaii really bad and all my other shirts hurt to wear. They were also surprisingly cheap for 100% silk shirts. I've never worn them since I got back, however, because they are very brightly colored and tend look somewhat out of place in Texas. After reading a great deal about peacocking, I'm beginning to think that this is exactly what I should be aiming for.
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    So instead of buying 1 good thing you bought 4 trashy? Sem... Dude, that's a no-go .

    Quantity only counts when you like them' one-nighters .

    Besides, how do you know that what you chose is good? Meow...

    Ah well, anyways...

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    He is right though, 1 good quality piece of clothing can do a lot more then 4 cheap ones.
    If you know that you're wearing quality shit, you're self confidence will get boosted.

    BTW be carefull with peacocking. Peacocking boosts the image you 're sending out. if you dont have the social intellengce to back it up, it will only make you look goofy.

    "Example 1: A man walks into a trendy restaurant. He is wearing a top hat, a silk vest, and shiny white shoes. Everyone looks. "Who is this guy?" He walks confidently to the bar, greets the bartender and engages in conversation with two attractive women. They respond and enjoy his company. Twenty minutes later he is seen telling a story to a small group (men and women) who are listening intently. People start to drift over to have their picture taken with him. Women start asking their dates to introduce them to him. He is always visible, always present, and he owns the social environment. His is probably able to start in A3 (qualification) with any woman in the room, since they will already be attracted to him. His peacocked dress combined with his social status make people think he is a celebrity, or at least treat him as if he were one. He can pull it off.

    Example 2: A man walks into a trendy restaurant. He is wearing a top hat, a silk vest, and shiny white shoes. Everyone looks. "Who is this guy?" He walks around the area a couple of times, looking for groups to break into. Finally he engages a group of women but is blown out. Everyone notices. People start to stare and point. Some weirdo who can't dress is trying to pick up women and he looks ridiculous. After a few minutes, he no longer has a chance. Everyone has seen women reject him. No other women will be interested. His peacocked dress combined with his lack of social status make people think he is a loser, or at least treat him as if he were one. He can't pull it off.

    As you can see, peacocking has a multiplying effect. "

    Some tips though: try wearing more colorfull, colors like light blue, soft pink, green etc. These are colors that will peacock, without putting you on the line. Image someone awlking by in black shirt and then a green shirt.Try experimenting and some good stuff will come up. (Visualizing is your friend when doing this.)
    Fashion is something very personal, but there are some basic rules to follow though, DAS and youll find them.

    Btw have you read/done/bought the VAH book? It is VERY essential that you read it. If you cant afford it, sign up for the OAP. It covers the most basics, and youll be able to fill it up with info from the forum itself. The reason i ask is, that because i dont see u using things like false time disqualifiers, negs, DHV etc.
    Last edited by |Seraph|; 03-03-2007 at 12:26 PM.

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    Meow, I would suggest against peacocking... AT ALL, to those who are new... Some people - it's really their thing, but peacocking, atleast after a certain point, is just something which would fit some and not others - so I thinks...

    Then again, not peacocking don' mean that you can't wear interesting shit to attract attention to yourself... Like a Gallic amulet or some imperial ring or whatever... 's all depends...

    Meow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by |Seraph| View Post
    Btw have you read/done/bought the VAH book? It is VERY essential that you read it. If you cant afford it, sign up for the OAP. It covers the most basics, and youll be able to fill it up with info from the forum itself. The reason i ask is, that because i dont see u using things like false time disqualifiers, negs, DHV etc.
    Yeah, I've read the VAH, I just have a really hard time implementing many of the things you've mentioned. False time constraints are useless when you have true time constraints like when you or other people in the set need to go to their next class. Negs and disqualifiers are really hard for me to implement because I'm such a nice guy chump. DHV's are difficult to do without prior planning, and I'm not really big on routines. Routines just feel like too much memorization to me. I know I really need to work on my technique to strengthen my game, and will try to use more negs, disqualifiers, ect in the future.
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    Firstly, in terms of clothing: wear shirts that fit well to your body. Bright colours are good because they give off a warm vibe, but I generally don't go for too much writing or pictures. You don't need many different pairs of jeans, especially if they're not good quality. I don't think people worry about the pants too much, it's the top that needs to change. Also, don't worry about peacocking. You're not gonna walk around campus with goggles or a top hat or anything like that. If you do, have a story behind it. Peacocking isn't for certain people alone, it's for everyone, but it has to be used at the right time.

    In terms of negs - I think people misunderstand them. I'm experimenting at the moment with active disinterest, and that's exactly what negs do. It's also extremely effective!! You simply show a pretty girl that you're not interested in her. There's nothing special about her because she's 1 in 3-4 billion. The purpose of it is to make her think, "Why isn't this guy interested in me?" And then she begins to think more highly of you. It's to drag her through A2 so that you can then go in to A3.

    Go get 'em, Sem!

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