I am starting to realize how good the “London Daygame Model” is. The skill of improv and creating fictional caricatures about the way the girl looks and what she is doing is highly effective. It’s giving this fairy tale dream, that all little girls have in one form or another, and placing her as the main character. And then the ability to be able to listen, as well as create this story, and twisting any information she gives me to make it part of the story and tease her a bit about it.
The teasing in this part of the set is crucial because it gives her everything she wants; she gets put on a pedestal and a fairy tale created around her, but she gets teased and challenged so she doesn’t feel too weird and self conscious on her pedestal. Also teasing about assets she has or things she would normally consider qualities is good since there is little chance of really offending.
I have found my improv skills improving since I have been critiquing my audio recorded sets and going into creative rants about what I could have said. This is setting up language patterns that I an later able to use in set, by thinking them, writing them and then proof-reading them before I post them live some of them sink in and the more I do the better I get.
I tried toastmasters in the beginning of my “lets get social” efforts and I was so impressed with the improv skills the members had and believed if they could do it, so could I. I didn’t enjoy toastmasters much, mostly because I didn’t relate to the other members on a social level and couldn’t find a strong enough motivation for wanting to be good at “table topics” and the other improv exercises they did, at best it would have been a fun thing to learn.
But out in the street doing it with women and watching their eyes light up, their cheeks redden, and imagining their pussies getting wet; now that’s motivation. Not to mention cool – while the toastmasters guys were good at improv they were so far from cool, their body language was very beta and they were more like dancing monkeys. Some of them, while I appreciated the skills of language and wit, creeped me out a bit by their delivery. It was sort of like watching a car accident and I could feel that they were acting and there was such a incongruence with their real personality. In daygame I can learn to do it with cool, so my core is calm and sexual, and congruent with my personality.
But in the end, while this skill set is pretty cool, I do see in-field footage on youtube of guys just saying the most stupid things and asking questions, but because their frame is so strong and they are so calm in set they can get away it.
Maybe after a couple thousand sets I will have this calm as well. In this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewcYLsowOSo a lady walks past Tom holding out a plastic take away container asking for money and mid set Tom says “no thanks” and then look at the girl and says “that’s my mum” and then continues with whatever he was saying without pause and certainly without any validation seeking from the girl for as I see it the most witty daygame comment I have ever seen.
Being in the moment like this is something I have experienced with a group of male friends and I believe with more exposure to cold approaching women I should be able to get close to that sort of calm and confidence.