I’ll give you two examples from when I was an intermediate.
Many years ago, PUA dogma preached on and on about the “makeout.” It wasn’t sex that was the goal, no – it was the makeout.
I’m sure other dating experts / PUA gurus will have definitions for these three terms that may look different from mine, and that’s fine.
I’m just here to tell you what these three terms mean to me when I happen to use them in my writings.
When talking about dating and relationship techniques, I will sometimes refer to those who are “beginners,” those who are at an “intermediate” level of skill, and those who are “advanced.” I’ve received some questions about this, and about how I’ve never clarified what these terms actually mean.
It’s only fair that if I use these terms, I should be more specific about their definitions.
If you have no idea where to start, read this article right now.Putting in the numbers starts to get to them, and when women don’t play ball the way the men expect, these men often get upset.You are an intermediate if some of the following conditions describe you: .I already had a lot of confidence back then and at least an average level of game, so I made out with (or just kissed on the lips) something like 25 women on first dates in a row. I don’t remember what they were exactly, but they were bad. My lay ratios tripled in less than two months (I think that’s the number; it was a long time ago now).I got a lot of makeouts, but I wasn’t getting laid. It was also during this time that I found some women would have an extreme amount of ASD on the second date when I tried to have sex with them, even though they were clearly attracted to me.If they do get laid, and usually they don’t, it’s almost by accident, in that they happen to be exactly the woman’s type to begin with and didn’t screw it up too badly.