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Australian PUA interviews HOT Cheerleader/Lawyer
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Author:  djdante [ Thu Jun 23, 2011 4:34 am ]
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Here's an Australian guy interview a really cute blonde cheerleader who's also just finishing her law degree. Also, she loves guys who talk about sport....

Basically he's asking her about what she does and doesn't like when guys try to pick her up.




Author:  MrBoudoire [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 5:02 am ]
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God damn she's cute, just my type!

It's great to see another Aussie PUA representing. Are there more interviews like this one?

Author:  Chris101 [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 5:56 am ]
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As much as I like the idea behind this, it's not helpful and I can't help feel frustrated while watching it. She can say whatever she wants to Damien, but as someone who's been in the community and learning about pick-up for over two years, I know the reality is completely different. She might as well have just said "be nice and be yourself" and be done with it. And with Damien even saying that guys are more unreliable/flakey when it comes to follow-up game... what the hell?

"If they're nervous and shy, you give them a bit more time." - Maybe in a fantasy world socially-calibrated 9s and 10s actually operate like this, but in cold approach pick-up this just doesn't happen. The weak-willed AFC is harshly thin-sliced out of the pecking order in favour of the more dominant character with a high sense of entitlement. I'm actually a bit surprised Damien didn't challenge any points or probe a bit deeper with the questions, because I have a feeling this guy knows a lot more about game and how a girl's word cannot be trusted on face-value.

Author:  Real Men Secrets [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 11:08 am ]
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God damn she's cute, just my type!
Dude she is everybodys type (-:

Author:  djdante [ Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:34 am ]
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And with Damien even saying that guys are more unreliable/flakey when it comes to follow-up game... what the hell?
Isn't this true though? I can't name many women who haven't had trouble with flakey guys.

What exactly wasn't correct that she said? The difficulty in an interview is that a skilled interviewer can lead a person to say more or less whatever you want them to say with enough prodding. That wouldn't be very accurate either.

I don't think what she said was too far off the mark.

Author:  Tasty [ Fri Jul 01, 2011 3:07 pm ]
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She's putting on a schtick for the camera... smiling the entire time. I would have wanted her to insult me and show me her true personality, not TV personality

Author:  AFC Ivelin [ Sun Jul 17, 2011 9:48 pm ]
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that was a very good interview actually! ;)
I think he asked some good questions there and it was interesting to hear her answers. And yes - she's my type too ;)

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