You see a beautiful woman at the pub. You’d like to meet her, but she’s surrounded by friends. Do you:
A) Use a cheesy pick up line, like “What’s your sign?”
B) Ask her the same boring questions that she’s heard from every other guy, like “Where are you from” and “What do you do?”
C) Give up, and settle for a girl you’re not really attracted to.
My friend and I visited Gypsy Bar not long ago to watch a group of guys test their pickup skills. The men desperately wanted to know whether their lines were effective - mainly because they had paid about $3,000 to learn them.
They were students of Love Systems, a pick-up training program that claims to teach men how to decode "female psychology" for the purposes of dating.
Enjoy this video of Pick Up Artist / Dating Coach Nick Savoy helping Lawrence Leung find his dream girl on the Australian show “Choose Your Own Adventure."
What you do on Valentine's Day really depends on your status. If you are totally committed, do the traditional boyfriend thing. If you're single, Valentine's Day is a great night to meet women. But if you're just casually dating, Valentine's Day is not your friend. But if you're in this position, relax - at Love Systems, we've written a 'Blueprint' to help guide you.
A "wingman" or "wing" is no longer a term used strictly by fighter pilots and aviation junkies. Today's use of wingman can also be applied to a friend who is willing to fall on the proverbial grenade in order to help you score a beautiful girl. Whether you’re a natural with women or not, your wingman’s skills can be the difference between a successful and unsuccessful night on the town. In fact, a wingman today is your first mate in the meeting beautiful women. He is not your competition, nor is he your crutch when you're game is too weak. No, a wingman is your number one fan, a teammate in the game of meeting women who don't roll solo.
Norwegian magazine DinSide covers a bootcamp with instructors Soul, Mr. M, and Keychain in the in-depth article "De forforer deg pa minutter." (Norwegian)
A New York Post writer takes a bootcamp and learns the ropes in "A 'Booty' Camp for Wannabe Players."
Watch what happened when 5.0 taught UK hip-hop band, The Streets, the art of pick up and day game.
Savoy gives a ground-breaking interview with Testosterone Nation and reveals the "Science of Getting Laid."
How can one guy be so good at pick- ing up women that they refer to him as an artist? Nick a.k.a. Savoy knows exactly how. He is the president and CEO of Love Systems and author of “Magic Bullets,” the company’s “bible” on dating and social dynamics.
He has been teaching men how to pick up women for years. He recently sat down with College Times for a quick Q&A.