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Christine (Part 1 of 2)

She was the roommate of my good female friend. She had that blonde, girl-next-door kind of look. She’d also grown up in a town close to me.

I’d hung out with her in a group a couple of times, went to a concert with her once (very casually), and then eventually we ended up going to the beach together one night.

I was one of the cool kids who had his own car, a rarity for a freshman in college. That car could have gotten me so much pussy if I’d just known what I was doing…

Anyways, that night at the beach.

I’d still never kissed a girl in my life, and was nearly 19 years old. I distinctly remember, as we walked on the beach with the waves crashing on the shore, her hand brushing mine a half dozen times.

Game-savvy me now of course realizes that was a clear indicator of “TAKE MY HAND YOU CHICKEN SHIT!”, but 18 year old me just thought it was an accident.

We sat down on the pier and looked out at the Pacific Ocean. It was probably 11pm, and we were the only souls on the beach.

She sat right next to me and brushed her thigh against mine for good measure. She looked right in my eyes and held the eye contact. I saw the glimmer in those big blue eyes.

And I looked away.

The next time I looked back the look on her face had changed drastically. I know now.

The desire vanished, just like that. She saw me for what I was – a coward.

The glimmer was gone.

I didn’t see her for three years, until I picked her up in my new car, after I’d gone through my Game transformation, and was living the life.

I’ll tell you the rest of that story Wednesday.

For now, if you want to master the art of getting and then succeeding on first dates (including how to get them straight to your pad without even going on silly beach date), click here.

  • Jack says:

    Oh, man. I used to do this too. Isn’t this kind of a rite of passage for pre-red pill guys? hahaha

  • Brock Robinson (@TheCityBachelor) says:

    The fear of rejection or an awkward moment can be paralyzing in those early years. We have all been there. I remember being 18 and a girl asked me to sleep in her bed and I still didn’t even try to make a move. It’s like I had to be 100% sure I wouldn’t get turned down.

    • Kyle Trouble says:

      Fear of rejection rules you until you learn to relish it. Over time it becomes better to get the no and move on to something better than fishing for a yes.

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