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The simplicity of a beer and a steak

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Hey Guys—


While I don’t think it is as common as it used to be, for awhile

guys (especially self described pick up artists) were inventing
all kinds of spiels, lines, recitations, etc. in order to get a
woman interested in them.


Every time I heard a new one, it reminded me of an old Saturday

Night Live skit (not old, as in classic, just old as in several
years ago) featuring The Rock and a militant feminist.


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The whole gist of the skit was The Rock was confused about the

whole militant feminist thing, and merely said, “I don’t know
about all that, I just like to ask a woman if she wants to go
out for a beer and a steak.”


Of course all the women are swooning over him, and one says,

“I’d like to go out for a beer and a steak.” It was actually
pretty well done, and there is, shockingly, a good lesson there
(not usually the case for the now Poofter-ish SNL).


When it comes to attraction, you don’t want to overthink it. 

Women are naturally programmed to like men, and generally respond
favorable to men who offer food, especially in a confident manner.


The man who knows every pick up line, every comeback, every goofy

way to dress often fails because he makes things way too
complicated, and comes off as strange and weird.  The simplicity
of talking to a woman and asking, “hey, you want to get a beer
and a steak this week?” is vastly underrated.


Yes, of course, you want to have a knowledge of attraction, but

part of that knowledge is understanding that simplicity is a
good thing, as is asking a woman out for something, well, normal.


Women will say they want to go on moonlit walks or some other

clichéd thing, but when asked to do something simple, something
normal with a fun, cool guy, it is often a breath of fresh air
in a world full of Poofters with their strange and weird ideas.


Also, when you ask a woman if she wants to go get a beer and a

steak, it doesn’t feel weird, like you are trying to put something
over on her.  It doesn’t sound like you are trying to impress her,
or bribe her with a foo-foo experience, it sounds like you’re a
normal guy asking what should be a normal guy question.


When you think about it, a beer and a steak sounds pretty darn

cool, and a woman would much rather hang out with a cool guy
than just another wanna be pretending to be hip and cool.  So
make it (or something like it) the thing you ask a woman you
like—you’ll get a hell of a lot more yes’s than no’s.


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On with the fun…


-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


PS Got something for me personally?  Email it to: questions@johnalanis.com

 

 

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