The Olympic Village is a great place to get laid?!?

I’m glad the Olympics are over.

All the “sports” that they compete in are boring to me. For example I was flipping through the channels and saw people playing ping pong and jumping on a trampoline. Those are Olympic sports?

The most interesting thing about the Olympics was this article about how Olympic Village is a major fuck fest.

It describes how Olympians are fucking like rabbits once they are done with their competitions.

This following passage is of particular interest:

An Olympic gold medal is not merely a route to fame and fortune; it is also a surefire ticket to writhe.

But - and this is the thing - success does not work both ways. Gold-medal winning female athletes are not looked upon by male athletes with any more desire than those who flunked out in the first round. It is sometimes even considered a defect, as if there is something downright unfeminine about all that striving, fist pumping and incontinent sweating.

So the female contestants are all about hooking up with a gold medal winner while the men are after the girls with the looks…

Doesn’t this seem to mimic what is taught by the seduction community about the differences between the sexes in regards to attraction to the opposite sex?

I would have never in my wildest dreams imagined that the Olympic Village was a great place to get laid. But I’ve often found the places that I’m the most successful at are the least obvious.

When I lived in Orlando, the dormitories for the college interns working at Disney World was a hot spot. Like the Olympic Village, it was a bitch to get into if you were an outsider because of security but we had our hook ups.

I’ve personally had remarkable success at a shitty tourist trap of a city a couple hours from where I live that is a haven for Chicago vacationers. I’ve had consistently more success there than at Vegas or at any of the countless spring break destinations I’ve been to.

If your game is good but your luck is bad; try someplace completely different.

It’s casual,