20 Little Truths is a father/son collaboration article.

My father and I put a lot of thought and effort in to this. It’s the result of us sitting down together and talking for hours. 20 Blue Pill Lies was a solid start. 20 Red Pill Lies really made you wonder. I wanted to conclude this mini-series on a high note… by giving you guys TRUTH instead of entertainment (made up stories). So I got my father involved.

*** For those of you who are subscribed to the e-mail list, you know how important truth is over entertainment. For those of you who are not, you’re missing out… There’s nothing to lose. Plus, you get a Free PDF out of it.

I’ve talked to him about the red pill movement and some of the ideas promoted by it. For the most part, he thinks most “red pill authorities” are just a bunch of guys who are bitter towards women (for whatever reason) and simply lack real life experience.

For now, here are 20 little truths brought to you by the Arvado boys. Unlike the previous 2 write ups, each point includes a nexplanation as to why it is true. Enjoy!

1) You are a brand competing in the business of people.

You want the truth? Here it is… You are a salesman whether you like it or not. Your product is you (your brand).

Getting chicks.

Getting friends.

Getting a job.

Getting clients.

Playing the networking game

Your success and happiness is largely dependent upon the value of your overall brand and how well you can demonstrate that value to others.

2) College is a double-edged sword.

Society paints a misleading picture of what college really is. The media positions college as a magical experience where for 4 years you will be guaranteed a crazy college experience filled with lots of parties and hookups with tons of hot girls (just like the movies). You are also guaranteed to learn everything you need to know so that by the time you walk across that stage and receive your degree you will be set for a lifetime of financial success and happiness. Quite the storyline right? If only it were always true.

But the masses eat that up. The American college system is a business first and foremost. They want naïve parents and their children to buy into the scam.

Is college a scam? For the obvious reasons, yes. You see here’s what I know about the employer/employee relationship. For the most part, employers don’t care that you got a degree from a prestigious university.

They care about 2 things:

1) What can you do for them?

2) What is your experience?

That’s it. Unfortunately, you don’t really learn any job related skills in college. You learn how to do assignments and take tests. As a result, most 22 year old college graduates don’t have a valuable brand that really sets them apart from their competitors in the job search. They don’t have a solid skillset and they don’t have experience… So, in the eyes of employers, they would not be able to do much for them. They soon realize this (as I did) once they face rejection after rejection when they try to find a job.

But the icing on the cake is the mounting student debt which now totals over $1.2 Trillion. Today, we have a class of young adults who are truly trapped. They are mostly limited to entry-level low paying jobs (due to the lack of experience and work related skills) and are forced to pay back their student loans (average $28,000).

Why would anybody want to go to college? Here’s the other edge.

A college degree is a legitimizer.

Red Pill Authorities seem to ignore this. But it’s the truth… As much as everyone wants to skip college and live the entrepreneur lifestyle, it’s largely a pipe dream. You’re not going to start a business at age 18 and become the next Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg.

In today’s society, if you do not have a college degree, people will not take you seriously. You will be looked down upon. And people will automatically assume you to be of lower intelligence (and lower class).

The college scene reinforces how the world works.

In reality, high school does a thorough job of teaching you how the world works. But in case you didn’t get it in high school, college gives you another opportunity (with greater a degree of independence).

The most important lesson hammered in to your head in college:

Valuable Brand + Skillful Networking = Greater Opportunities

3) You cannot DO THINGS TO BECOME an alpha male.

This might be the biggest shocker to some of you but here it goes.

The term “alpha male” is one of the most watered down overused terms in the self-improvement community.

You see countless sources on the Internet giving advice on “how to become an alpha male” and how you should become an alpha male because girls are attracted to alpha males.

The most common advice you see revolves around the idea that “becoming an alpha male is easy… all you have to do is not give a fuck and do what you want to do.”

Here’s the truth:

You cannot decide one day to become an alpha male. Status as a legitimate “alpha male” comes from years of conditioning as a guy of universal respect. It’s the result of years of being the top dog (or amongst the top dogs) in nearly every social situation you are involved in.

In other words, an alpha male is a proven winner in the business of people. All of those things that add value (looks, money, status, personality); an alpha male brings more of those things (not necessarily all of them) to the table than other guys. That’s why he is so highly valued and given more respect.

I will discuss this topic in greater detail in a future article.

*** Not to call anyone out, but I have yet to see another red pill authority who is a legitimate alpha male. Most of them are just “Internet alpha males”.

4) You don’t get good with girls by trying to get good with girls…

You get good (better) with girls by getting better at yourself aka improving your brand’s value.

The more valuable you become, the more attractive you will be to women. The more attractive you are, the more CONFIDENT you will be. And the more confident you are, the more ENTITLED you will feel (as opposed to faking entitlement).

Most dating companies and pick-up coaches just don’t get this. Part of this is their fault (for perpetuating the PUA scam), part of is the result of them just not knowing any better.

Here’s the reality… I have never met anyone in my entire life who has legitimately gotten good with women (to the point of having whatever kind of dating life they want) by dedicating a significant amount of time to going out during the day/night to hit on chicks. Neither has anyone else in my circle.

Any time I have seen someone completely turn their dating life around, they all had one thing in common- They significantly improved their personal brand and became better men.

This brings us to our next point.

5) Becoming the real deal is a far better game plan than faking it till’ you make it.

Let’s be honest here… you can’t fake confidence and self-esteem. Positive affirmations can only take you so far.

You can tell yourself “I’m the shit” or better yet “I don’t give a fuck. I’m an alpha male and I do what I want” all you want but… if it’s not you, then it’s not you.

If you repeatedly try to tell yourself you are something that you are not, you might be able to briefly fool others. You might even be able to briefly fool yourself. But in the end a lie is a lie. You can’t hide from the truth.

Positive affirmations only have meaning when they are true (or are at least on the way to becoming true).

Again, if you want an example, look no further than the traditional PUA community. PUA coaches and “experts” thrive on selling inexperienced guys hope that you don’t have to become the real deal, you can learn this magical thing called GAME to overcome society’s definitive value system (looks, money, status) and essentially fake it till you make it.

The truth is you can’t. Nothing will ever replace real value. This goes for a lot of things (especially business).

So make it easy on yourself. Don’t try to lie to the world and fake it till’ you make it. Do everything you can to become the real deal… you’ll thank yourself in the long run.

6) For minority guys who want to experience the fast-paced party lifestyle with cool friends and hot chicks (like in the movies), here’s the cold hard truth…

It’s a white man’s world, the way you put the odds in your favor is by networking and integrating yourself in predominantly white social circles.

This is another point that is probably going to offend some people but it’s the truth.

If you fit the bill of a traditional minority stereotype (this doesn’t necessarily apply to black guys), you are not going to get a rotation of hot chicks or have cool well-connected friends by going out with a group of guys of the same ethnicity and doing cold approach pick up.

You need to learn how to blend in with the normal culture and that everyone is comfortable with. One of the first steps toward doing that is to start associating with predominantly middle-upper class white social circles.

Those groups are “mainstream” in the eyes of society. They open the most doors and offer the most valuable networking opportunities.

7) The most important thing in life is YOUR HEALTH.

Any old wise person will tell you this.

It’s amazing how many people completely disregard their health by not exercising and eating unhealthy food.

Life is a lot better when you look good and feel good. This is common sense.

8) Marriage can work… but it’s not for everyone.

A successful marriage is dependent on 2 things (not including financial stability).

1) The man knows his wife.

2) The man knows himself.

Most marriages are doomed to failure because the man does not have a full understanding of either.

Let’s start with the woman. Your wife is your life partner. She comes first (second if you have children). You’re supposed to trust her with your money and children.

That’s a huge responsibility and it is imperative that you know everything about the woman you choose to fulfill that role.

You need to know her past. You need to know her present. Most importantly, you need to be able to accurately project her future.

Ultimately, you must be able to read her like a book because this will enable you to communicate with her to the best of your ability.

Now let’s look at you. You must look yourself in the mirror and be honest with yourself.

You must know yourself inside and out. Knowing everything about yourself is the basis of confidence in your brand and it enables you to lead and make important decisions.

This kind of knowledge and experience cannot be rushed. It comes with time and being seasoned by life which is why most men today should not even consider marriage before the age of 35.

9) Only burn bridges when absolutely necessary.

Again, many “authorities” on the Internet seem to preach a trigger happy approach toward people.

They instruct people to “immediately cut people off” for even the smallest little things.

This is a one dimensional mindset. Think of it this way… a person might think he is a big bad alpha male because he says “I cut them off” but what if that contact could have been a powerful business ally down the road? If that’s the case, the person has effectively cut themselves off as well.

Bottom line: Don’t be too trigger happy to “trim the fat”. Keep em’ dangling just a little bit longer before you pull the trigger.

10) The way you get friends (and keep them) is by providing VALUE that they need.

Again, you are a brand competing in the business of people. Real value is always in demand.

When you bring massive value to the table, you don’t have to put any effort into your social life.

People will always be hitting you up, inviting you to parties and cool shit.

This starts to become evident in elementary school and continues into adulthood. Once you get married and have kids, it gets a little bit different.

Your “social circle” is mostly made up for you: friends from your single days, neighbors, parents of your children’s friends, and coworkers.

11) The way you get a job is by knowing the right people to get your foot in the door.

Getting that first job out of school can be very frustrating. I would know. It took me 7 months to get my first job out of school.

In that time, my resume and job applications got rejected time after time. I wasted a lot of time and it was definitely one of the angriest time periods in my life.

Eventually, I got smart. I stopped applying for jobs and started messaging alums from Wake Forest. They took the initiative. They started reaching out to their contacts for me. They started finding jobs for me. They got my resume on the desks of hiring managers.

I should have just done that from the beginning. Oh well, at least you guys will be able to once I create a “How to Get a Job” series.

12) The best way to get girls is… there is no “best way.”

The Internet (namely PUA websites) glorify cold approach pickup. In the early days of Strength By Sonny, I used to write on PUA forums as a way to get the word out. It didn’t help.

The guys on the forums hated me. They hated me because I’m the stereotypical guy that got laid a lot in high school and college while they played video games and jerked off into a tissue.

“Seduction” is like a religion to many of those guys… there’s no getting through to them.

One time I caused “flame war” because I talked about all the pussy I got in college. I told them the truth. It was all social circle and knowing the right people. I wasn’t cold approaching chicks.

They ripped into me for that (and other things). They said things like the following:

“That’s not cold approach pick-up. It doesn’t count.”

“You know nothing about seducing women.”

“You’re a good looking guy with a lot of friends running chestbrah game, doesn’t make you a master seductionist.”

Here’s what I told them: “I don’t give a shit.”

I don’t know about you guys but when I bang a hot chick I’m not thinking… “Geez it really sucks that my friend Pat’s girlfriend introduced me to her friend Sarah. The pussy would have been so much better if I had met her daygaming at the mall instead.”

Pussy is pussy. It doesn’t matter how you get it. The idea that getting girls from cold approach is somehow better than any other way of getting girls is PUA fanboy fantasy.

Truthfully, if you look at yourself like a business, the best way to get girls is to become the real deal and put as little effort into getting chicks as possible.

14) Working a regular 9-5 job is an experience that “seasons you”.

One of the biggest red pill lies the Internet teaches you is the idea that you should never work a job because working a job means you are worker bee for the system.

The truth is… you should be doing whatever you can (legally) to make the most money because at the end of the day it all comes down to dollars.

Also, while the monotony of the worker bee lifestyle DOES SUCK, it gives you yet another opportunity to interact with people and learn the psychology behind why people act the way they do. Most people refer to this as “office politics”.

Bottom Line: Working a traditional job sucks and you will eventually want to plan your escape (entrepreneurship). However, a job also represents a time period where you are “seasoned by life” because it gives you yet another opportunity to learn how the world works.

15) The red pill is a cheat sheet.

You’ve taken the red pill. Big deal. You’re not special. You’re not better than anybody else. There I said it.

A lot of guys that read these red pill type websites occasionally fall into the bad habit of developing a bit of a superiority complex where they start to think they are better than “normal people” because “normal people” haven’t “swallowed the red pill.”

Some of you guys have fallen into this trap when you e-mail me saying that it’s hard for you to relate with others because “no one lives up to your standards.”

Here’s the truth. The red pill will never be mainstream. If everybody woke up and tried to go against the grain by trying to become a bad ass motherfucker, society would collapse because everybody would realize all these lies we are told are just perpetuated in order to inhibit our freedom through consumerism.

So what’s the answer? The answer is to keep your head down. Don’t try to stand out and “convert” people by telling them “the truth” about how things really are. No one cares about your opinion and if you told them what you really thought, they would want to put you in a straitjacket. Just focus on yourself and think of the red pill as a little cheat sheet in your back pocket. Give it a look when life throws you a test.

16) Women aren’t universally good or bad.

A lot of guys go on the Internet to vent about how much they hate women. They then rationalize their own shortcomings by placing all of the blame on women.

They make rationalizations such as: “American women are not relationship material if you want a proper woman you have to go to Asia” or “Deep down all women are sluts who will cheat on you if given the opportunity”. All bullshit coming from inexperienced man children.

Here’s an analogy: Women are like eggs. There’s some good ones. There’s some bad ones. You just have to be careful not to be the sucker who gets stuck with the one with all the cracks in it.

17) The handshake business is dying.

It’s getting increasingly difficult to find old school friends who are loyal, keep their word, and most importantly, know how to keep their mouth shut.

If you’re lucky enough to find such people, make these guys your friends for life… You won’t regret it.

18) Being good with your hands is a surprising source of confidence in life.

The most “manly” men in my life are the types of guys who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty.

My father uses his hands to cook, clean, and use tools to fix stuff around the house.

My uncle is a mechanic by trade. He has used tools his entire life to fix cars. He’s also a fisherman and regularly uses live eels as bait.

My best friend from high school is a blue collar old-school knock around guy from Brooklyn. He has worked manual labor jobs his entire life and now works in the shipping industry.

My best friends in Austin are all from East Texas… real “woodsman” type of guys that hunt, fish, and could all probably build a house from scratch.

All of those guys come from different walks of life. They are all different shapes and sizes… But the one thing they have in common is that they are all very confident and are all very secure with who they are.

One common theme I have seen with almost every single one of my clients from my live consulting programs is their lack of experience using their hands… this has contributed to their overall lack of confidence in life.

Ex. One of my former clients from a few months back was avoiding the gym because he didn’t want people to think he looked stupid when he messed up.

Although he wanted to just work on “getting a rotation of hot fuck buddies” this represented a much larger problem that needed to be addressed immediately.

Going out for 3 days doing nothing but cold approach would have done jack shit for him. It just would have made him an even more socially awkward kid who was unsure of himself. Moving forward, the answer was to start “manning this kid up” so that he could develop some real confidence in himself… none of that “I am enough” bullshit.

It makes you really think about what’s important in life…

19) Society defines who we are.

It’s the truth. We can tell ourselves how awesome we are all we want but in the end it comes down to what value you bring to the table.

Society has its own markers of value that people universally accept and follow (looks, money, perceived status, personality/communicated skills).

These are the criteria upon which we are all judged.

You can fight it all you want. You can say: “Fuck the system. No one can judge me.” But in the end if you want to happily exist in mainstream society, you’re going to have play by those rules by offering what’s valuable.

20) Lady Luck is very real.

I’m not talking about winning the Lotto or hitting it big on the slots.

I’m talking about good fortune… meeting certain people at just the right moment, life throwing certain “signs” your way, or even learning something right when you need it.

That’s very real.

Is there a way to improve your odds of this?

I don’t know… maybe.

It’s something that’s been on my mind for a while now.

I’ve said my piece. Let’s hear yours.


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  1. Xavi
    April 14, 2015 at 5:33 pm — Reply

    I would like to add the fact that getting laid through screening has helped me get more puss than social circle. But again Im a salesman. If I want to sell an product it needs to have demand. Essentially im playing the numbers game HARD as a salesman. When I notice someone wld not buy this product I immediately move on to the next potential client. Choosing the right product is of utmost importance. You need to look good and talk to girls if you want to get laid. Look really damn masculine and hit on a lot of chicks aka give them the opportunity to buy. When it comes to long term relationships money, status and personality come into play. Be the best fucking salesman by making yourself a high demanded product. Network HARDCORE.

  2. April 14, 2015 at 7:13 pm — Reply

    Thank you to you and your father. Fantastic list.

    Also I think it’s wonderful that you are creating a series on “How to Get a Job”.

    Great content Sonny.

    • April 15, 2015 at 9:17 pm — Reply

      Yea that series would be a hit… a lot of “hacks” that would save people a lot of time.

  3. April 14, 2015 at 7:52 pm — Reply

    I’ve had some time to digest this post.

    Here are my favorites:

    9) Only burn bridges when absolutely necessary.
    The career I’m doing now is actually the first one I can see myself doing for the next 5-7 years.
    A catalyst for this job was a friend of mine . While I was working in a pub in the kitchen (going on eight years) he gave me a call out of the blue and ask me if I wanted to help him with his youth personal training gym. I said yes.
    Now I have a job working with youth.

    Because I wasn’t loser fuck-head and made an effort to keep in contact with good friends I was able to turn an opportunity into a career.

    10) The way you get friends (and keep them) is by providing VALUE that they need.
    My friend needed another personal trainer in his gym to take on one or two clients. That’s where I came in. I had no experience, with the gym or youth, but I was so ready to move on from the kitchen gig that I was willing to plunge into something I wasn’t quite familiar with.
    My friend saw the value I provided and kept me on as an employee for as long as he had the business.

    11) The way you get a job is by knowing the right people to get your foot in the door.
    Almost all of my employment, since I started working at fourteen, was gained from knowing the right people. My neighbors, friends, parents, extended family and coworkers. At one point or another they all helped me get a job.

    14) Working a regular 9-5 job is an experience that “seasons you”.
    This is a great observation Sonny. I couldn’t agree with you more.

    Although a lot of motivation to leave my cooking job of eight years (pretty much all of my twenties) came from not wanting to do that for the rest of my life, it most certainly “seasoned” me and helped mold me into the person I am today and eventually propel me to find something new.

    As I said, the “How to Get a Job” series is such a good idea.

    If there are any young guys out there reading this I would recommend getting a part-time job in a restaurant, front or back of the house. You can learn a lot about yourself and other people.

    17) The handshake business is dying.
    After quitting the cooking job and getting my new one in order, I found that I took a hit financially. So what did I do? I went back to the pub and asked if the owner needed any help. I sucked up my pride in the spirit of making more money. He welcomed my help and then gave me a handshake to remember. I’ve known him for years and he doesn’t say much, so it was a surprising but great gesture.

    18) Being good with your hands is a surprising source of confidence in life.
    Even though at the time I wasn’t able to value myself and the skills that I was learning in the kitchen, I still was cultivating (unknowingly) a source of confidence that is still with me to this day.

    Thanks for letting me share a bit more.-dcl

    • April 15, 2015 at 9:21 pm — Reply

      good points and good to see you’ve lived out some of the examples

  4. Jay
    April 15, 2015 at 2:29 am — Reply

    Another great article bro.
    The luck thing is definitely real. As weird as it sounds I find that it’s a nature thing. Like if someone is doing all the things they need to be doing things go smooth, but then they decide to cheat on their diet etc and on the way to the store to buy junk food they almost get into a car accident, then drop all their money at the cash, then spill their food when they get home…it’s like mother nature saying “You’re not doing the right things fucker and I’m letting you know it”

    • April 15, 2015 at 9:15 pm — Reply

      Yea weird shit… def been something I’ve been thinking about for the past few months.

  5. Ryan
    April 15, 2015 at 2:52 am — Reply

    This was a seriously good and genuine article Sonny. Keep it coming!

    • April 15, 2015 at 9:14 pm — Reply

      Thanks dude!

  6. April 15, 2015 at 3:14 pm — Reply

    Well done Young Man!

    Your writing is getting better and better. Lots of value here.

    • April 15, 2015 at 9:14 pm — Reply

      Thanks bro that idea of college being a “legitimizer” were your words from one of our first convos 🙂

  7. April 15, 2015 at 7:38 pm — Reply

    Hey Sonny,

    You’ve got a great blog here man. That’s awesome that you can have an honest collaboration with your father — most Gen X/Millenial guys don’t have that kind of father son relationship.

    I agree with the hyper aggressive cut off being a pointless thing. I feel like it’s more of a selfish desire to outspokenly shame your target, rather than being a strategic move to better your life. I always say — the best way to cut someone out is for them to not be aware they’ve been removed. Be tactful. Besides, a bad influence that’s been close to you before probably has some dirt on you. Why give them a reason to throw it around? There’s no point.

    Besides, people do come around sometimes. Why burn the bridge that might be a great one to cross in 5-10 years?

    • April 15, 2015 at 9:14 pm — Reply

      Yea good points man.

  8. GT
    April 15, 2015 at 8:42 pm — Reply

    Another great post Sonny! I know this might “wow” a few people, but I’m actually more excited to see a strength by sonny post more than a bold and determined post, no disrespect to him or nothing. It just feels like your advice makes sense. Uncommon common sense.

    Keep it up man, personally I’d like to learn more about social skills and social circles. I feel like how outspoken someone is generally gets them more respect. A lot of guys on this side of the internet are pretty introverted, at least I think as much.

    • April 15, 2015 at 9:13 pm — Reply

      Thanks man glad to hear it! Yea there’s so much more to cover… I’m in no rush 😉

      • GT
        April 17, 2015 at 2:01 am — Reply

        Awesome, I already started some changes in my life by joining a young professionals group at work. Went out to a bar with them last week and networked with some guys and girls. Another meet-up by the end of the month, I’ll let you know how it goes! 🙂

        • April 18, 2015 at 2:51 pm — Reply


  9. hackleech
    April 17, 2015 at 3:41 am — Reply

    ahh man glad someone finally said something about that alpha male term, it’s becoming one of the most irritating things on the net lol, everywhere I go(like just youtube comments) I find it plastered all over alpha this alpha that.
    yeah the alpha word sounds cool, kinda like omega and some other words but using it to describe everything humans do(or even trying to categorize specific actions into alpha and beta) is moronic, I hope these guys who won’t stop spamming this “alpha male” crap don’t truly think society is divided into 2 categories alpha and beta.
    In my opinion it’s not even worth using, just like pickup lingo, I avoid it.

    • April 18, 2015 at 2:53 pm — Reply

      Yea it has lost it’s meaning.

  10. Kama
    April 21, 2015 at 9:08 pm — Reply

    I admit I’m guilty of number 9 haha. I guess that’s because I don’t really care about many people I meet in the first place.

    Number 18 is so true, and it makes me think of another problem with today’s young men. They can’t seem to be able to repair anything without technical assistance, if they don’t throw the thing away beforehand. My grandfather used to work on railways as an electrician and has always been fixing things or taking care of the garden, house, etc.. As a result, when something is broken (except things that require special technical skills to be repaired such as internal circuits of smartphones, but that’s pretty obvious), he repairs it instead of buying a new one. Not only is it manly but it’s also good both for your wallet and the environment.

    I’m slowly but surely following in his footsteps concerning this, mostly because I like being able to fix things and the feeling of satisfaction that comes when you succeed, and I am shocked by the number of guys who can’t do shit with their hands. Seriously. In my house, we’re several roommates, I’m the youngest (21) and the 30 yo guys there can’t even fix a door handle, they prefer calling the landlord and tell him to come over to fix things… Good for me, I learned how to fix stuff, but holy shit. That’s depressing. And then people complain about the environment becoming shit when they’re one of the main reasons why we’re producing so much waste.

    • April 25, 2015 at 5:27 pm — Reply

      Yup DIY is slowly dying away along with masculinity.

  11. EneaG
    May 5, 2015 at 6:43 pm — Reply

    hey man,did u die? xp

    • May 5, 2015 at 7:23 pm — Reply

      Nah. I have been busy working with clients and recently just moved across the country.

      Just got settled in to my new home.

      More stuff on the way 🙂

  12. jim
    May 24, 2015 at 2:15 am — Reply

    They’re all internet alphas but I’m a real alpha, because I said it on the internet.

    • May 24, 2015 at 2:57 am — Reply

      Good to know.

  13. Bout number 6
    March 24, 2016 at 3:19 am — Reply

    I know I am going to get blasted hard for this but I have to share it. Sonny, sometimes I feel like spending all that time reading “red pill” forums has made you develop the typical ethnic guy inferiority complex I see in so many Asians, Indians, and minorities in general.

    Wouldn’t it be wise to say “assimilate into the given culture” rather than pedestalizing white men at every turn? I also notice that you tend to pedestalize black guys as well while berating Asian and Indian dudes just like any other PUA would.

    My question is, don’t certain races suck with women because they just suck in general in regards to game? I am Asian and my culture is all about obedience, I feel like Asian culture has hurt me more in terms of women than my Asian appearance ever did.

    It pains me that while you have written out some solid stuff, you do have the same ethnic guy inferiority complex that makes me think twice before taking advice from you.

    • March 24, 2016 at 10:47 pm — Reply

      Race is irrelevant in my case… When you look as good as me, you don’t have to put any effort in to get bitches. So there’s no inferiority complex.

      Chicks from all backgrounds consider me “handsome.”

      No matter where I go the Universe has (and always will) take care of me.

      The fact the my (or anybody’s) words on the Internet “pains you” proves that you’re weak, plain and simple.

      Weak DNA is not meant to be successful with women.

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