How to get the girl.

Via elephant journal
on Feb 26, 2010
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Samsara works: Dating.

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Depends how you define “Works” or “Happiness,” but the above is funny because, sadly, it’s so often true. How often? Well, see above: about 80% of the time. Be loud, charming, brash…girls love you. Be sincere, gentlemanly…they don’t return your call.

Still, as my friend Dave Rogers says, “if they’re playing that game, they aren’t grown up.” And neither are we, gents. The only ones worth it are the 20% who don’t mistake bad boy shallow distant fear-based jerkdom for non-attachment.


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4 Responses to “How to get the girl.”

  1. Alden says:

    Could you please post something on how to make girls go away?

  2. zeddy says:

    Lavish her with undying attention.

  3. anif says:

    could you (as a spiritual magazine who wishes to "enlighten" people and their greatness and variety) please stop to stereotype people (men, women and everyone else!!) BTW in which world are you living if 80% of the women which you (or any other men) ignores then will like, maybe they just don't like you at all???

  4. elephantjournal says:

    Hi Anif, Thanks for your message and agreed! we love and welcome fresh ideas and perspectives on the site. That's why we're community-based, we don't control who submits what. Perhaps you'd like to write something that addresses the stereotypes yourself? We'd love to look at something! Cheers, Sara