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Like when Mystery tries to steal Andy Dick’s girlfriend.Or when Strauss develops a man crush on Tom Cruise during their multiple day interview for The New York Times.Most of the book revolves around Mystery and Style’s deepening bromance, but it also introduces some of the other prominent “PUAs” like Tyler Durden, David De Angelo, and Ross Jeffries.
Like John Travolta’s character Danny Zuko in Grease, the men of today (and yesteryear) all labour through the trials of dating under the misguided notion that “playing it cool” gets the girl. Well, if the dating game today is anything to go by, then apparently we do.We’re sure at least some of his exploits are true, even if it was just because he approached so many women that some were bound to sleep with him.That being said, don’t read this book because you think it’ll help you get some action. Even in it’s prime, Mystery’s “Method” was pretty awkward.Even though The Game by Neil Strauss doesn’t have much actual education value for those of you looking for tips on scoring chicks, that’s because it was intended as more of a memoir in the first place. If you like (reading about) sex, drugs, and rock & roll, it’s definitely worth a skim through.Think of it as a nerdier version of a Tucker Max book but with more men wearing makeup.He learns how to attract women from his new buddy Mystery, along with private lessons from the rest of the gurus in the field.Whether it’s “negs” (backhanded compliments) or interpreting “IOIs” (indicators of interest or signs the girl likes you), he rapidly turns his haircut, style, and luck with women around Mystery, Style, and a small group of other pick-up artists eventually secure a mansion in the Hollywood hills where they spend the next few years living out their dreams of wild nights in the big city and hungover mornings sprawled on a random floor.On top of all that, the book manages to introduce quite a bit of drama and betrayal.Ross Jeffries serves as Mystery’s rival throughout the story and conflict eventually surfaces between some of the guys in the mansion.By the way, they’re all a bunch of (former) nerds, if you hadn’t already figured that out from all the acronyms and code speak.Listen, Mystery made enough of a name for himself getting ass and teaching other guys to do the same that it landed him his own TV show (VH1’s The Pickup Artist).