Yesterday was a national holiday here in Canada and we all stood proudly to celebrate the birth of our nation. It is an exciting day with events planned in all cities and towns. The skies are later filled with bright bursts of colour through firework displays. People young and old are mingling throughout fairgrounds, downtown streets, and public parks in joyous celebration.
It’s a great day to be a single male. I, on the other hand, learned a valuable lesson. I decided early in the day that I was going to swing by a popular location that hosts live music and a spectacular fireworks show.
Upon my departure, four friends contact me and strongly encourage me to join them for the evening. This was, as an aspiring Red Pill User, a poor call. I had my solo gameplan in my head and then caved.
Although I had a good night with friends, I missed several opportunities with attractive women due to the following:
1. Couples want to sit where there is the best “view”. Believe me when I say that this view does not include attractive women being within the vicinity; you will literally be sat with hoards of other couples. I also believe the female intentionally does this as a “guarding” tactic to protect herself from potentially threatening (more attractive) women.
2. There is no interest in meeting new people. The couple is satisfied with their current network and does not feel a need to welcome new people or mingle. Also, count the male component out as your wingman.
3. As soon as the event is over, couples will rush to their vehicle in an attempt to beat traffic. Where a single male may casually walk toward an exit with a keen eye for attractive women, a couple will dart out. The closing of a large event is a great opportunity to meet new people and begin brief conversation that leads to getting a phone number. You may not be able to do so while running through the crowd.
For future events, I will keep this in mind (or visit this blog again) as a cautionary tale.