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Eric Disco

The problem with high-octane routines is that they are entertaining but non-personal. During nightgame when there are a lot more distractions and women are in a more social mood, they’ll get sucked into routines because there is so much stimulation in the surrounding environment. Daygame allows for something more conversational.

My recommendation is to have more substantive conversation but push “high octane” elements within a substantive conversation framework. So instead of a whole routine to qualify her, qualify her within a real conversation. Let’s say you talk about a trip to Berlin. You ask if she’s ever been. She says No. You say, “What? You’ve never been to Berlin? The art capital of the world!” It’s a subtle neg that she’s weird for not having ever been there. But the whole conversation isn’t a routine. You’re still communicating substance.

That being said, I do highly recommend a certain amount of scripted or canned conversation, particularly at the beginning of the conversation. I typically inject some type of conversation that I’m familiar with and pull her into my deep waters. I may say, “I was just out looking for a book on philosophy. Ever get into philosophy?” And from there, I talk about an interesting philosophical question that I bring up in all my conversations. You can do this with almost any topic. But the idea is that this is something *you* are the expert in. It’s not just random conversation. You are dragging her into your deep waters. It’s girl-relevant talk that shows off an intelligent side to you. It takes some experimentation to figure out what pieces of conversation are attractive to women, but when you do have those in place, it makes every conversation an interesting conversation for the women you open, regardless of what they bring to the table.