Daily Archives: April 20, 2014

The Players Pitfall

 

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The modern player knows more about women then women know about themselves. Through his myriad of wild adventures, a player will develop a sixth sense and also demystify the nonsensical drama that women create. It is these traits that assist the player in obtaining success in a relationship with beautiful women with such ease.

However, one must think, what is the biggest weakness for a player when in a relationship? No, it isn’t keeping a girl on her toes, it isn’t having command of the relationship, it isn’t keeping that spark alive, so what is it? It’s the memory of previous successes with women, successes that brought about a variety and excitement which is impossible to replicate with the one girl. The drama, the highs, the satisfaction and excruciating lows of playing the field keep the players coming back for me.

The knowledge that the player has ingested through his experiences is his confidence in the aptitude to seduce women. This is the ticking time bomb which holds back his relationship durability. A player will view the world through difference eyes, after being exposed to unique experiences which many men do not face, the player will know that his abilities can allow him to bed many pretty beauties regularly without substantial effort.

In contrast, to be the inexperience male with no history of sexual plenitude, for whom the lifestyle of regular women, regular variety and wild experience seems too surreal to fathom. He is now free to step back from the beauty of a woman and consider her mark value. When this man falls in love with an accessible woman, one he can call his own, he only has little to compare this with. He ignorantly cherishes his chosen one, wonderfully oblivious of the imprecision and facileness with which he would submit to, and love dutifully, the millions of opposing options were they to be more touchable for him.

The player breaks many hearts, moves from girl to girl and is disgusted by a placid lifestyle. Toning this down into a more relaxing long term relationship poses a challenge, the exciting memories and drama-filled lifestyle is a constant reminder of the hey days.

The final curse of the player is rather calculated, the pursuit of everlasting love is stunted by a smoke screen of experiences which one cannot simply forget or unsee and that, ladies and gentlemen, is the player’s pitfall.