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A Motivational Post for RVF College Brahs Starting their Year
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Take it from someone that blew too many college opportunities for a steady pussy pipeline, imagine the following situation:

You've arrived at college for your first year (or second, third, or fourth, maybe even fifth if you're a high achiever and know what's up on college campuses), don't know anyone hardly. You live in a dorm, or apartments close to campus. You should be hearing around you that stuff is going on, alcohol fueled parties, guys playing video games, loud music, you name it. There should be the bustle of activity all around you. My first challenge for you is to figure out where the activity is coming from. Maybe your common room, the people in the room next to you, and so on. You are then to go introduce yourself to someone, it can be dudes or girls. Now is the time to meet new people, and it just takes a little effort on your part, and the uncomfortableness of it to produce some small talk that helps you discover common interests... You should be friendly, and open. I could go on. This is all it takes to make a new friend, and you just continue to repeat the process, being a potential friend to everyone. Believe it or not, girls are just as willing to meet you as the dudes are at this point. So you should be friendly, you have no excuse not to.

Point number two. You will be starting new classes. Get to class a good 10-15 minutes early. You can butt into a conversation happening next to you (politely), or strike one up with someone who's silent... It's a good idea to talk about the class, that's a commonality you both will have, or something about the day, or something going on, on campus. You can even cold read a guy or a girl, to get them talking. Especially about something they're wearing or a sticker they have on a laptop. It's SO easy. Strike up a convo with a girl, yeah it's never easy, but stop making excuses!

Third point: speak up in your class. I know you don't want to be noticed, but speaking up with a clever comment or a comment maybe with a joke will show you don't give a f*** about the teacher's supposed credentials, or, are interested in learning. I will tell you that girls notice guys who speak up, especially if you say things from time to time that are relevant and well thought out. When you actively participate in class, they notice you, and if they fancy you, this gives them plausible deniability for them to open you... I've had it happen to me.

Which brings me to my fourth tip. Ad Hoc study groups form all the time based on class social dynamics and interest shown by guys. Chads if you will. You can say something like "we should study together", and many times girls will agree and give you there number. That's how you open women in college, gents; then it's your game to loose at that point.

Maybe in the future I will post about parties, which is it's own subject.

These can be some of the better years of your life, based on easy access to pussy, high quality women all around you, and the common ground that you all go to the same college. Sometimes that final thing is all it takes to get a girls interest.

Most guys are too Chodey to have that killer instinct in college and do these simple things. Don't be one of those guys this year.

You can make it boys, get on that grind, and Chad up! You're gonna make it!

Chad.

p.s. if you're some sort of autistic engineer or computer programmer, do this in your non-engineering classes, because engineering is a sausage fest full of beta guys that are awkwardly chatting up engineering girls-- don't do that. Talk to girls about something other than engineering. I guarantee they are 100 percent not interested in engineering or your f***ing weird hobbies including cosplay. Small steps at first. Talk about something you're passionate about too, this makes it way easier to talk to a new girl.
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09-09-2019 06:14 AM
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Solid guide- I would add one important footnote:

Attain a leadership position as soon as possible

If you're a "fratty" personality, get a head position in your house. If you're part of a club or society on campus, attain a "Chairperson" position. I did the latter, and despite the fact that my title meant very little in reality, women loved that (in their eyes) I was in a leadership position. All the better if you give seminars/host events, as it's automatic social proof. Women lap this shit up.

Assuming you've already looks-max'ed, and have a solid level of game, the above is a blueprint for success. Back when I was in uni I did this and was slaying, despite the fact I didn't even have a dorm (no excuses). Club/Society "alpha" males (read: guys with a fancy title) were getting more bangs than some of the sports guys I knew. A title means nothing without game, however - make sure your sword is sharpened. As a bonus note, shoot for the ESL/International students; they tend to be much higher quality than the native American girls
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Yes, i would add that houseparties, especially if you throw/ organize them are great. If for example, you can learn how to DJ or pick proper tunes, or be a Gatsby-eque figure, you will get additional women thrown your way... It's not hard to DJ at all; but if you're not inclined, play a cool, must be cool, instrument, and wow them with an impromptu show.

Frats of course are the way men start swimming in women.

Clubs are super easy to get membership positions of, because no one wants to do the minimal work that comes with it.
09-09-2019 08:16 AM
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I would like to add that the strategy will change based on the type of Campus. My campus is full of commuters and locals who did not move out of state to get here. However, good looks and a smile go a long way. The study group thing is still relevant, but mostly for the classes where you have at least 40% women. Electrical and Computer Engineering students need not apply.
09-09-2019 08:21 AM
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We're going deep, Chad loves it! More ideas:

Liberal arts classes, heavily female. Class participation gets you a long way, for example classes you can take with lots of women:

Marketing, Psychology, Sociology, Women's Studies, History, Languages, Basic Philosophy or ethics classes (they often want to have study groups because they're not good with these subjects for some reason, also, they are great for you to show your knowledge, reasoning skills, because teachers want to have debates or get opinions, do not be afraid to take the contrarian view in such situations), or any other subject that is women heavy, which is often Humanities, Liberal Arts, Soft (AKA Social) Sciences and so on, as well as 100/1000 intro level basics classes.
09-09-2019 08:27 AM
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