Welcome in my knee-jerk, ready to war, expecting to hear the same old bull readers. The title you just read is a variation of an article I just read: How My Life Regained Harmony After I stopped Dating American Women where the author, Maverick explains why his experience with the dating games, demands, and power jousting by American women led him to try his hand overseas and it opened him up to a bevy of beautiful, easy-going women.
Maverick speaks on the same dating game that we discuss here on The Hall, but instead of looking for strategy in how to talk to unnecessarily challenging women, he switched the game and went overseas – where according to his account the need for game is pretty much nonexistent. Sounds absolutely wonderful right?
Here are a few of the highlights:
My last encounter with an American woman was such a soul-crushing and thought-provoking event that I was forced to go back to Europe on a yet another soul-searching mission.
It made me realize how much less I’m able to connect and “get” American girls; where as before I could at least tolerate them.
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On one of my most memorable nights in one of Rio de Janeiro’s best nightclubs, I remember approaching a beautiful woman without any games, lines, or gimmicks. I simply smiled and said that I couldn’t believe a beautiful woman like herself was sitting all alone (she was truly stunning). She smiled, and feeling flattered responded whether I start a conversation with every woman like that. Can you imagine a beautiful American woman responding the same way? She sure wasn’t bitchy and defensive like a typical American woman in similar situation.
Women love compliments they deem as sincere and genuine. Know the typical Italian behavior towards women? How they usually go overboard complimenting every woman by calling them “bella donna, beautiful, etc”? Well, that stuff works very well because non-American women usually respond very warmly to compliments. Of course, you must fine a fine line between being too stoic and too complimenting, and recalibrate that line for every woman you meet.
Overtime my game has naturally adjusted more to the complimenting and sweet-talking side rather than my dick and combative side. It has worked pretty well. [SOURCE]
Maverick’s story is a bit extreme but it isn’t to say that it isn’t true for his experience. A lot of people dating come to hard-line decisions like this and it has been happening for hundreds of years. Stop me if you don’t have a friend who has said the following:
I’m done dating (insert race or nationality) women because all they want is (insert negative).
Of course you have and it has nothing to do with the person saying it — what it does speak to however is that person’s dating experience. You can think positively and hypothesize on how he should try dating different types of women from that same race or nationality but many times the few bad experiences are enough to kill the notion forever. It’s the “fool me once” cliche within many of us to steer away from obvious patterns of annoyance.
I don’t think there is anything wrong with writing off a whole race, culture or country of women – you just owe it to them to be 100% transparent and upfront about it. Don’t preach to men who still date these women that they are making a mistake; don’t write on your online dating profile that you date every kind of woman; don’t tell men who are in relationships with these women that they are fools. You don’t have to be a dick just because you don’t date a certain kind of woman.
So what do you think of Maverick’s article and the notion of giving up on American women due to their lust for material gain and having a man that can outwit them in conversation? Have you ever been tempted to write an entire group off due to your experiences?See some words or phrases that you don't understand? Check out The Dragon's Lexicon.