I'm talking about the fact that many women will openly and unashamedly admit that some guy was good-looking and/or nice, but "he had no game." Why isn't it enough for a man or a woman, for that matter, to be attractive, physically and otherwise?
If you already think he's sexy, why not sex him?
If you already think he's dating material, why not date him?
As advanced as we like to think we are, as high as we've supposedly evolved beyond the other animals on this planet, we still seem to need to observe or perform a mating dance, of sorts, before we'll connect with each other (literally or figuratively). Why is that?
I framed this from the male perspective, not just because I'm male, but also because
Whodathunkit? Even in The Seduction Game, it really ISN'T whether you win or lose. It's about how you play the game.
What's up with that?
Personally, I don't play that game - either of them. If a woman digs me, she digs me. She'll just have to dig me being myself, though. On the flip-side, if a woman wants to get with me, the only reason I'd give any consideration to how "easy" it was to get in her panties, is if I'm concerned that she's giving out coochie coupons to every guy in the neighborhood. I don't have a problem with a woman having a "history" or enjoying sex, but I don't want EVERYbody to have been where I am and, of course, I don't wanna catch anything. Otherwise, if she gives it up on the first date, it's because she wanted me as much as I wanted her. Simple as that. I judge her by the same standards that I judge myself. Seems fair, to me.
What about you?