Two years ago I was addicted to fantasy football. I spent at least a half hour a day analyzing stats and reading team news to create and maintain the best team that I could. It was fun and competitive. I looked forward to watching the games on Sundays. I felt a sense of accomplishment when my players’ made a lot of points.
My team was number one going into the playoffs.
Then I lost in the first round to the shittiest team!
I was pissed. I spent 100+ hours and had nothing to show for it. I learned nothing that could be applied to the real world. Like watching a Pauly Shore movie marathon; I would never get those hours back.
Last year I fended off multiple offers from close friends to join their leagues and decided to spend the time improving myself with women. On Mondays I would read posts and material. On Tuesdays I would go to the local college sporting event and sarge. On Sundays I would sarge the women at the mall while the guys were all home watching football.
It was so successful for me that I decided I should create a league this year. I would take the same drive for competitiveness that I had for fantasy football and use it to motivate me to approach and close more women.
I can see the point structure being something like:
1 point per approach
2 points for each number close
3 points for each kiss close or day 2
4 points for each 7 f-close
7 points for each HB8 f-close
10 points for each HB9 f-close
14 points for each HB10 f-close