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Your unique attraction style

How to Be the Bad Boy Women Can’t Resist, Even If You’re Currently
A Nice Guy:  The Bad Boy


Hey Guys—



About 10 years ago, being a “pick up artist” was en vogue for a

certain segment of the male population.  It was fueled, in large
part, by Neil Strauss’s excellent book “The Game,” although it was
around before that.


Some men actually got great value from it, learning that attraction

was a skill, shedding the bizarre pick up artist culture, and
developing their own unique styles.


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Many guys, weird to begin with, simply got weirder and spend a lot

of time swapping strange “phone number close” stories with their
equally weird friends.  Guys like this lived for “the number,” but
never actually kissed a girl.


Like anything else (say, EST) some people chose to get value, some

guys were never looking for some, but it was certainly an interesting
subculture.  It still exists today, but in much smaller numbers
than it did while being fueled by The Game.


One of the flaws in the pickup artist culture (and only a flaw if

you didn’t move away from it, if you did it was a good teaching
tool) was the rehearsed, one size fits all lines, scripts, stories,
gimmicks, etc.  They worked for some guys, but not for most.


The reason they worked for some guys was that they happened to mesh

with their personalities. The guys it didn’t work for felt incongruent
repeating things they didn’t feel were “them.” Women pick up on
incongruencies, and they always kill attraction.


What the guys who succeed discovered was one of the great truths

of attraction:  you have to find what is uniquely attraction about
yourself and amplify it, while suppressing your unattractive
qualities.


While I was certainly never a pickup artist (and would have been

terrible at it), what I discovered was uniquely attractive about
me was my ability to tell stories, deliver a quick witted comeback,
and make a woman laugh in spite of herself.  Combine this with my
ever increasing knowledge of the world and vast amount of reading,
and I had something uniquely attractive.


It only worked when I suppressed my unattractive qualities, but

that is actually simple. By featuring what is uniquely attractive
about me while suppressing that which kills attraction, I started
to get results I only dreamed of.


And that is the key to attraction—identifying those few things that

are uniquely attractive about you so you can feature them and improve
them.  No one can copy you, no one can imitate you, no one can knock
you off. You’ll have your own unique attraction style, and if there
is one thing that is in short supply, it’s men who are uniquely
attractive.  Develop yours, and you will be a man in demand to women
you previously thought were unattainable.


How to Be the Bad Boy Women Can’t Resist, Even If You’re Currently
A Nice Guy:  The Bad Boy

On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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