Recently one of the top scam-artists in this community launched his new Lifestyle Seduction program.
He purports to teach you how YOU can be a number one VIP in the club, have the doormen licking your ass, the manager eager to rush you into the super-VIP section, so you can enjoy bottle service, bottle-blondes, and all the hootchies you can fit on your warbly little cock.
Aside from the unintentional confession on the part of this wanker that he does, indeed, rely on "bottle service game", what I find funnier is the idea that guys would even WANT to be club "VIPs".
PUA Training is all about social proof and entourage game. Every product they put out talks about this. Not a secret. Adam Lyons talks about it non stop, gambler talks about it non stop.
(VIP: Very Inebriated Prick. )
Look: the biggest failure of "lifestyle" is when it works.
Meaning, if you warp yourself to meet and match the values and lifestyle of women who LIVE in clubs 7 nights a week, you become someone whose top values are status and stimulation. That's what you wind up living for.
If you are into club chicks, club game is for you. If you are not, then puatraining is the wrong company. Not a big deal. It's not a scam to sell a product explaining how to handle club game.
Not enjoying as an occasional distraction. But your devotion and your dedication.
Is it any wonder that the guys who pursue this-who put "cool" and "status" above everything else-wind up burning out, drinking like fish, and otherwise living in some very unhealthy ways?
The irony is, none of it is necessary in the first place.
Now, does this scammer(read: Gambler, aka Richard LaRuinyou) really believe that most guys can live his lifestyle? Can the average guy out there buddy up to the bouncers, managers, bartenders etc and-without major cash changing hands-get bottle service/VIP status?
How about a guy who lives in upstate Idaho? A guy who is in his 40's?
A guy who is in his 40s could definitely do lifestyle game. Yes, if you are in Idaho buying a product geared around high end club game is pretty stupid. It's pretty clear that high end club game is what Lifestyle Seduction is about, so if you don't live near clubs DON'T BUY THE PRODUCT!