Two Easy Ways to Raise Your Notch Count Using Social Media
Most guys are totally invisible to women. This is especially true on social media, as women quickly become desensitized to digitized male preening for female attention. It doesn’t help that the average American guys today are boring corporate drones who have invested their entire lives into GloboWorldCorp jobs and cultivated personas as PC nice guys.
Knowing this, there are two simple ways to raise your profile (and your notch count) whether you wish to network your way into some snatch using Zuckerberg’s Ghetto or a dating app. To see what direction to head in, let’s take a look at two quotes from the timeless classic The Predatory Female by Rev. Lawrence Shannon. First up, the cobra metaphor:
Q. Beyond herself and her status with other women, does anything else pique her interest?
A. Yes, any combination of money, romance, and excitement. The scent of these accommodations will have her rising like a cobra in a wicker basket. The provider of such diversions occupies center stage in her life, but his identity is unimportant to her, and it’s a temporary position. Nobody can amuse her forever. All pied pipers eventually fade into the past.
And second, the “heroes aren’t Beta Bucks guys” lesson:
How would Superman, The Lone Ranger, James Bond, or even Jesus Christ have come off as a married man? The answer is: terrible. Married men are hard to sell as heroes. A picture of James Bond trying to placate a shrieking wife while she threatens to have his wages garnished doesn’t fit the hero image. A married man is a cornered man. He is a man who has lost something, and this makes it hard for him to be the classic, free thinking, and independent hero.
So, using this knowledge, here’s how you can garner some almost immediate attention online and some panty dropping offline.
First, as an enlightened man, you should be traveling often and having adventures because it suits you, not some bitch. New and novel destinations and experiences that are photogenic work best. Personally, I enjoy posting photos of me with landmarks (like the Space Needle or the Big Buddha) on social media. After about half a dozen such photos women literally start coming to me. They want to “get to know me” or “catch up on old times” whereas before I posted such photos I could have been on fire in the street and they wouldn’t have noticed. I am most often approached by women who have never spoken to me in the past or who have ignored me for 10 or 20 years.
Showcase your own exciting lifestyle. The Cobra will indeed rise from the wicker basket, and will dance to your tune as long as she senses excitement, risk, and/or danger. Just don’t let her get close enough to you emotionally or financially to sink her fangs into you.
Second, cultivate an image as an independent, freethinking, freewheeling man. Post memes and jokes that push PC boundaries and transform you into a likeable asshole. Don’t get bogged down with relationshits. I personally like echoing Jerry Seinfeld on his eponymous sitcom, in which he quipped about having a different girlfriend every week. I post pictures of me with different hotties (usually ones that I’ve banged) ever so often just to keep the intrigue flowing. Women love a man who’s in demand and who gets a lot of ass, no matter what they say. (Always remember – watch what women do, never listen to what they say!)
If you master both these methods well enough, getting lays will become as easy as shooting fish in a barrel. Yes, women really are that superficial and shallow. Rather than complaining about that fact, the PUA can exploit it to his advantage.
Pump and dump, my friends. Pump and dump.
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