An entertaining feature used in Blind Date is the pop-up wisecrack: these comments, which appear written on the screen in the “dialog bubble” style of comic strips, candidly suggest what the two people might be thinking about each other.
In most cases, the dates that capture our interest are the ones that don’t go very well.
We’ll talk about why Doc Love advocates some of the crazy advice that he does, and what parts men should follow.
When a woman meets a man, she is either interested in him or not.
Not only does it have a strict game plan for men to follow, but it also was written by a man for men with the intention of keeping a good woman in a happy relationship.
Prior to Doc Love, most relationship focused material was written by women, and therefore had no bearing to reality, or was just about scoring sex (e.g. Doc Love tapped into this unexplored niche first and probably has profited the most from it, having been a regular columnist at Askmen for a decade, as well as hosting radio programs and seminars for men.
Doc Love rates a woman’s interest level on a scale of 0-100%, with 0% being totally indifferent and 100% being so madly in love she would take a bullet for you.
You need to choose your words carefully and give the impression that: a) you are so "above" sex that you couldn't care less about it, and b) you're looking for something (or someone) challenging.
Do not try to give her the impression that you are a player or that you've had sex with a lot of women.
has a ton of valuable advice, but it is sold at an unreasonable 0 per copy, and so much of the wisdom contained within is unavailable to the average man.
With the down economy, and the modern flood of dating products, most men aren’t going to pony up 0 for advice that can be found online if one searches hard enough. The book is particularly notable for being the first of its kind.