I went to strip club with some friends and a friend’s girl. Some of the strippers were awesome, but one was just downright boring. I didn’t even want to look at her. She had no expression on her face and didn’t look like she was having fun. She just looked like she was going through the motions. Compared to the other fun, raunchy dancers, she was a real downer.
Later in the car my friend’s girlfriend told us, “When guys don’t act confident, when they’re not having fun, when they’re afraid to show their emotional side, they look like that boring stripper.”
The lesson? Approaching women while being timid and introverted is about as incongruent as being a stripper that doesn’t want to be on stage. Don’t be a boring stripper.“
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http://www.facebook.com/brett.i.segel ) tried to go up against me by saying that there was no way my argument was valid because there was no way I was a doctor. Better yet he said it was because “You don’t sound like a doctor.” Wow. Just because I don’t write journalspeak all the time he wrote me off. So which is worse, arguing based on the current science, or arguing by attacking the messenger. Brett. I’m a doctor. You are just a medical student. As a medical student you started misstating the science by saying peptide flow makes no sense because pheromones cause group cycling in women etc. Dude. Peptide hormones exist. Some pheromones are peptide hormones. All you did was prove my theory in your argumentative state. And look like a fool to all my hundreds of students and colleagues who know how good of a doctor I am and my reputation. It’s a basic lesson.