To be honest, when I first heard of the Pick up Artist show, I thought it was just a bunch of bullshit. I'd only seen one episode and I sort of just remember them trying to get some guys to say some pick up lines to as many girls as possible to see if they could hook someone. I figured if anyone talked to a bunch of different women at a night club, at least one would eventually reciprocate and flirt back. Needless to say, I sort of dismissed the show as useless and never really tuned in again.
Well, my sister invited me to a viewing/party for season 2 of Vh1's Pick up Artist. After speaking with a few of the guys affiliated with the show, I know now that there's a whole lot more to it than I thought. Lots of guys are completely clueless when it comes to socializing. In the show, the master pick up artists actually help people gain confidence and they also learn something that is really important when it comes to meeting others- how to read and react to body language. It's pretty interesting, even to a professional pimp like myself. =P I think I'll tune in this season to see more of what the show has to offer.
I do have to admit that some of the guys I interacted with still need a bit more practice. I noticed that some of them kept asking a bunch of questions in a sort of un-fluid fashion. At times I felt like I was being interviewed. For the most part though, some of them were able to keep me quite entertained before I was whisked away by beau after beau. It was fun because I treated it like a fun flirting game. If I didn't know what the party was for, I think I would've felt like a real piece of meat though. Some of those guys were a mite pushy and aggressive for my taste. =)
I have a few snapshots from the party, but not many. I know a bunch of people have their own pics in their personal cameras, but chances are slim that I'll run into them ever again. haha.
<Mystery, the master pick up artist. Oh, he's got game. He's really charming and he's fricken tall too...I think 6'6''. My sis loves him. haha. < Justine wearing Mystery's infamous fuzzy hat. We were posing with some charming English/Italian bloke, if I'm remembering correctly. He like likes handcuffs and skulls.
<Me with Grand Marshal B. haha. He was a sweetheart. I told him that I still watch that show all the time, which is true. It's one of my all time favorite shows. It still cracks me up. =)
It was an interesting night. The guys were fun and all. I just wish I didn't have a fucked up ear. I felt like an old lady with my vertigo and because I kept cupping my ear and saying, "What?" like a beat up old fart.
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