I just wanted to write a post about No girls.
Daygame is hard. It’s very hard. There’s a section at the end of ‘Balls Deep’ author Nick Krauser about most girls being a No.
It’s an interesting view on biology and, why most girls you’ll meet will be a No.
I won’t go into the biological take on why most girls are no. It’s highly recommended that you read Nick Krauser’s ‘Balls Deep’ memoir. In particular the part at the end of the book about why most girls are no.
What I will talk about in this blog post is that there is a sliding scale of No to Yes. A girl could fit anywhere on that scale.
Let’s say a 1 is an extreme Yes girl and a 10 is an extreme No girl. Let’s say a 5 is in the middle.
According to Krauser’s biological take on the subject matter, most girls will be somewhat in the middle. Some might be a 6 or a 7 towards the No side.
Some might be a 3 or 4 on the Yes side. Meaning more likely to say Yes with enough comfort time.
5 is in the middle leaning toward a No.
So according to Krauser, most girls would be around the 4 to 8 levels of No. Also known as Maybe girls.
His saying the reason for this is that biologically women will produce a limited number of eggs throughout their life time.
A man will produce an unlimited number of sperm over his life spand.
Nature has programmed women to protect their limited supply of eggs, while programming the guy to propagate and, scatter his sperm with many women as possible over his life spand.
This allows the offspring to be as robust as can be so the next generation is strong enough to survive and, replicate the species.
So when a girl ends up being a No. You gotta work out on what scale is she a no.
You then play the percentages accordingly with comfort time based on each individual girl.
That’s why Same day lays are rare because only a small no. of girls are in the extreme Yes side of the scale.
That’s why the Game is played in the Maybe category.
Some girls are Maybe. Most girls are No.
That’s why you got to do the numbers. 30 – 50 sets a week.
Because most girls are No.
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