Here is a part of a recent newsletter I received from him:
Anyone who is familiar with my work knows that I am not about teaching men how to “pick women up” …
Because really, there is no such thing as “picking up women.”
Think about how ridiculous that terminology is:
Two guys are heading to the mall and one guy says to the other “Hey Eric, let’s pick up some women today.”
First of all, a lot of you aren’t even in good enough shape to be able to physically pick up women.
Think about this for a second.
Let’s say a woman weighs 130 pounds. You have to walk over, pick her up and then you have to hold her in your arms and carry her.
That is what “picking up women” really means.
Doesn’t this show how silly this concept really is?
So, here are 3 reasons why there really is no such thing as “picking up women”:
1. The Concept of “Picking Up Women” Is Ridiculous. Most of us really don’t want to go and lift total strangers over our head. “Picking up women” is very childish terminology.
You don’t want to be known as a pickup artist - it sounds like you’re 13 years-old when you call yourself things like a ‘master pickup artist.’
Plus, women really don’t like to be “picked up.”
If you pick them up, you may mess up their hair or you may drop them. Nobody likes to be picked up and dropped. You CAN pick up groceries, your dry cleaning, pet food or dinner, but you cannot pick up women!
This is even less funny than Extramask saying “cunt” repeatedly.
David takes a simple word play and beats it to death, eats it, poops it out, kicks it down the stairs, throws it back up them and beats it again.
This type of wordplay wouldn’t make me laugh even if I was five years old.
It reminds me of a joke Fozzie from the Muppet Babies would say right before he gets plummeted by rotten tomatoes.
It reminds me of the lame pirate jokes the guy in the cubicle next to me makes right before I hit him in the head with my Swingline.
“What is a pirate’s favorite restaurant? ARRRRRRRRRRRRbys!!!” Wooooooooooosssssh SMACK!!!
Here’s the truth: who gives a shit what terminology people use!
I don’t care if you say you are or want to become a “pick-up artist”, “master pick-up artist”, “player”, “Don Juan”, “Cassanova” or just be some girls “boyfriend”; I can read between the lines.
You are saying that you want to become better with women and there is not a DAMN THING wrong with that.
And as far as guys “hitting on”, “picking up” or just plain “talking to” women, once again who cares. It is all “in-house” terminology that means the same thing as far as I’m concerned.
If you are getting results that is all that matters.
Now on to David’s second part of the newsletter…
2. Women Want To Be The Lead In Their Own Romantic Comedy. Women do not want to be “picked up.” They want to be able to meet you and tell a story about how you met each other.
They want the story to go something like this: “I was shopping in Whole Foods and I reached for the last pint of chocolate ice cream.
All of a sudden, this man was reaching for the same pint of ice cream. So he looked at me and said ‘I’ll flip you for that pint of ice cream.’
Then he got out a quarter and asked me if I wanted heads or tails. We proceeded to talk, and I think he let me win the pint of ice cream. Anyway, I gave him my number and I can’t wait for ice cream man to call me.”
Women believe that life should be a fun, romantic comedy. They want to be able to tell their friends about how they met you. You want to be “ice cream man.” You do not want to be “pickup artist man.”
Not only that, but meeting a women under natural settings gives you a running inside joke right from the beginning. If you are a man and you don’t understand what I’m talking about, I suggest you rent any Hugh Grant movie.
You want to be able to be that lead in the romantic comedy. If you go in with a pickup line, you become the comedy.
Am I the only one who finds it hilarious that in his scenario these two people are at “WHOLE FOODS” and they are shopping for ICE CREAM!
Also…. did he ACTUALLY recommend watching a Hugh Grant movie?!?
The only possible situation in which I would recommend a man watching a Hugh Grant movie is if they accidentally drank poison, were out of ipecac and could not induce vomiting on their own.
WOMEN LOVE TO WATCH CHICK FLICKS BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN THEY ACTUALLY WANT THEIR LIFE TO BE LIKE A CHICK FLICK.
Let’s be honest, the girl who roots for the nervously stuttering British-accented “nice guy” in the chick flick wouldn’t give him the time of day in real life. She would call him a good “friend” and then hop on the back of the Harley of a tattooed guy who grunts inbetween words when speaking.
In fact Hugh Grant knows it himself. He is a womanizing drunkard bad ass in real life. I highly doubt he met the women in his life by flipping quarters for ice cream at Whole Foods.
And as far as girls wanting a “fairy tale” story about their initial meeting of you, don’t worry. They’ll take any scenario and twist it into being incredibly romantic.
I was at a friend’s wedding and during the bride’s speech she told how my friend “danced into her life one magical night”.
Then the best man spoke and gave his view of the “magic” that happened that night:
“As I recall it, that night was a bit different than how the bride describes it. Joe was drunk off his ass at a club dancing with himself in a mirror until we pushed him toward the one girl who was left in the club and he proceeded to grind the shit out of her and talk incoherently while inadvertently spitting profusely on her.”
Not so romantic in actuality, was it?
Also if I was that best man, I would not be waiting by the mailbox for my housewarming party invitation because I don’t think it will be coming any time soon.
So let’s cut the bullshit and get to the real “meat” of David’s newsletter…
Understanding women on a deep level is one of the single biggest secrets to my success - and it’s the same for many of the other ‘naturals’ I know.
OHHHHHHHHHH, finally it makes sense. This whole newsletter was just about him blasting the pick-up community and more specifically routine-based game in order to pimp his “natural game”.
Face it, he associates himself with the community when it is beneficial and distances himself when it is not.
Since David likes to talk about politics so much, I would call him a pick-up community “flip-flopper“.
Secondly, I am neutral in the whole routine vs. natural battle but I have one question…
If natural game is so great, why do they have to blast routine game ALL THE FUCKING TIME!
You never hear the gurus who are advocates of routine game talking shit about natural game.
Start having your newsletters SHOW us why your natural system is the way to go rather than spending the majority of the time TALKING shit about routine game and the PUA community.
“A little less conversation, a little more action.”
-Elvis Presley, 1968
-Mack Tight, 2008
PS: This isn’t no make-believe Mack Tight vs. David Wygant bullshit like the recent scripted and preplanned Ross Jeffries beef created to sell seminars and videos. This homie don’t play that shit. I keeps it real!