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The guy who didn't get invited to the party

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Hey Guys—  

You have, doubtless, at some point in your life met a guy who

didn’t invited to the party everyone else was going too.  And
odds are, he didn’t get invited to many parties.  Maybe he was
a dick, a loser, a creep, or a whiner, but for whatever reason,
he didn’t get invited.

When asked about his non-invitation, his response is always the

same:  “I didn’t want to go anyways.”

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It is, of course, a big fat sour grapes lie.  Of course he wanted

to go to the party because there are girls at parties and he might
have met one, or gotten laid.  But because he didn’t get invited
to the party, he won’t meet any girls, and he certainly will not
get laid.  So he makes a big show of how he didn’t want to go in
the first place, how parties are debauched and evil, and only bad
people go to parties.

Every time I see another whiner in the media babbling on about

toxic masculinity or male culture or the patriarchy or oppression,
I think the same thing:  dude, you didn’t get invited to the party,
did you?

Deep down inside, everyone wants to be invited.  Even if you don’t

want to go, it feels good to be invited so you can turn down the
invitation.  But if you are a man, and there are girls there, you
usually want to go.

The mark of a loser is to badmouth the party in the first place.  

The mark of a winner is to find out the reason why he is not
invited to parties and change it.

Now, I’m not talking about making yourself popular with the

in-crowd, pleasing the group and all of that nonsense.  I am
talking about getting invited, both in reality and metaphorically,
to social gatherings or events where opportunity lurks.  I
certainly get invited to many of them, and while I can’t attend
them all, I am always happy to get the invite because it shows
other people (still) hold me in esteem.  And I do go to some so
they will continue to invite me.

I didn’t used to get invited to parties because I wasn’t much fun.  

I didn’t really know how to tell a story, I could be insulting to
people, and most importantly I was not a reason for others to come.

So I started learning about humor and story telling, started

studying how to be cool, started acquiring valuable knowledge and
skill set, and started to get other people to talk about me.  And
when I was invited to the party, I made sure the host heard good
things from other people so he or she would view me as an
influencer.  Now I get invited to a lot of parties.

If you’re the guy who’s not invited to the party, you have a choice.  

You can become a simpering, whiney girlie man who will never be
invited to parties (or see a sexy woman with her clothes off) OR
you can analyze why you’re not and take action to correct that.  
But that’s the good news—you’re the one who determines whether or
not you are invited to future parties, and once you attend a few,
I assure you that you will never want to be the whiner on the
outside sniveling you didn’t want to go in the first place.

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On with the fun,

-John Alanis

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Oh, and hey, forward this email to your friends, too—don’t leave

them out of the fun!

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John Alanis
Art Of Steel, Inc.  
4424 Gaines Ranch Loop #1035
Austin, TX 78735, USA
512 892 8839 Phone

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