No bigger turn off to a girl than hearing about your failed ventures as a male. You get what you bring into the world, and if you’re a walking billboard for how you’ve failed to get a girlfriend, then it will just continue to be a self-fulfilling prophecy.

I have a friend who’s like a lot of you. Can’t go 10 minutes in a conversation without bringing up the fact that he’s 32 and never touched a woman. Even to girls he’s just met. As if he thinks some kind of pity party will get him laid.

Think about it — if you were at a party and some girl was going from group to group spilling stories about how she’s never been with a man at age 32, what would your first instinct be? If you’re smart, you’d wonder why. What’s wrong with her? Is she abusive? Crazy? Something wrong with her?

If you’re stupid and thirsty you might think “Now’s my shot!” — and hell, it might be. But you’re going to regret it.

The point is that its not something you should walk around advertising. Its not something to bring up in casual conversation, and more than anything its not something to base an entire internet community culture off of.

MOST women (the good ones anyway) like average dudes. Losers come off like… well… losers. Outwardly successful people just come off as arrogant pricks. Most women just like regular old dudes. Fat, skinny, muscular, chubby, whatever. It doesn’t matter. I’ve seen every dude imaginable find happiness with a woman. Some of the ugliest people I know have settled down with a girl — because they found someone who has similar interests as them, or someone they can just connect with.

You know what they all had in common?

None of them ran around telling everyone and their auntie how long its been since they’ve had a girlfriend. Because that’s a SURE FIRE way to NEVER get one.

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