Fix Your Wussy Behaviour
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Yes, it’s that time once again: The day we feature your dating and relationship questions. Although we would like to answer each one personally and with as much detail as possible, the overwhelming amount of inquiries forces us to highlight those that are most interesting to AskMen.com readers.
This week’s Q&A focuses on what happens when she wants your number and how your beard might affect your dating skills (might). David DeAngelo, author of Double Your Dating: What Every Man Should Know About How To Be Successful With Women, has your answers.
A friend got me your books as a birthday present, being that before then I was pretty pathetic with the ladies. Being a wrestler made it all the more of an insult. When I did get in a relationship, it would never last more than a week and nothing would come out of it. Well, after reading your stuff, I realised how much of a wuss I was. I did almost every wuss thing in the book, not to mention just having a severe lack of confidence.
Just to see what works, I went on one of those picture rating sites. I’ll tell ya, of three pictures I ranked from 6.5 to 9.5. The 6.5 one being me as a well-groomed nice guy with a smile and the 9.5 as me a year later in a cast with a “pissed off drug dealer” look (I’d been missing a season of wrestling, it was only fitting). I realised the nice guy look wasn’t working. I also met about a dozen girls on that system and just practiced the Cocky & Funny on them. I was the one calling the shots, dropping the boring ones and sticking to the interesting ones, instead of them choosing whether I was worthy. The funny part was, they each started telling me how infatuated they were with me, and telling me about dozens of guys who piss them off, where each of those guys were doing things I used to do by nature.
Well, after I realised that I actually did have it in me, I brought it all together and started using it on girls back at college. I’m currently going out with one of the most beautiful girls in my university, and it’s you I have to thank for it.
david d. responds
You have really spelled it out.
A lot of young, hot women say that men are “annoying.” What they really mean is that men are boring and that they feel no attraction for them.
As strange as the truth is, attraction is not triggered by being a “nice” guy.
Nice will never do it.
Of course, as you know, I never suggest that men act in an abusive way, but if you want to get out of the “annoying” category, you must start communicating differently.
Predictability is annoying to women.
Being clingy is annoying to women.
Acting like a wussy is annoying to women.
Congratulations, and thank you for taking the time to write in and share your success story.
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